January 30, 2023

Bundesliga: Dortmund slumps to defeat at Gladbach without Haaland, Reus

No Erling Haaland, no Marco Reus.

Borussia Monchengladbach featured Borussia Dortmund’s dependence on its two headliners as it managed its Bundesliga rival a 1-0 loss in previous Gladbach mentor Marco Rose’s profit from Saturday.

Dortmund was without top-scoring forward Haaland because of what it said were “strong issues” and skipper Reus as a result of a knee injury. Haaland was straightforwardly engaged with 11 objectives from Dortmund’s initial five Bundesliga games, while Reus set up four and scored one.

The guests discovered they couldn’t be supplanted, however Mahmoud Dahoud’s first-half shipping off likewise hampered endeavors at a rebound.

“Many, numerous others were missing, as well,” Dortmund commander Mats Hummels said. “You could perceive that we were deficient with regards to that front line. Without Julian (Brandt), Without Gio (Reyna).”

Gladbach fans gave a warmed climate to Rose on his first re-visitation of the club since his rancorous switch between the groups. They showed a pennant blaming their previous saint for having faked his relationship with the club and making “bogus guarantees.”

Denis Zakaria’s 37th-minute objective was sufficient for Gladbach’s second dominate in six matches to facilitate the tension on Rose’s replacement, Adi Hutter.

It was obvious from the start that not just three focuses were in question, with an erupt inside the principal minute between previous Dortmund player Jonas Hofmann and Jude Bellingham.

The principal half was a hard-faced conflict with not many possibilities at one or the flip side, and a lucky objective for Zakaria.

Raphael Guerreiro could just half-clear Lars Stindl’s cross, and Zakaria benefitted from a caring redirection off Bellingham before he terminated past Swiss comrade Gregor Kobel in the Dortmund objective.

It deteriorated for Dortmund three minutes some other time when Dahoud got American protector Joe Scally with a late test and was shown a subsequent yellow card for his response when official Deniz Aytekin blew for the foul.

“For me it was about an absence of regard,” Aytekin said.

Kobel kept Gladbach under control in the subsequent half, however Thorgan Hazard nearly asserted a late equalizer when he headed over in injury time.American mentor Jesse Marsch wasn’t stressed when Leipzig lost three and won just one of its initial five Bundesliga games. Marsch said it was inevitable before the outcomes followed.

That stand by finished Saturday when Leipzig embarrassed Hertha Berlin 6-0 to at long last calm the tension in the wake of beginning the season against a few intense opponents. Marsch’s group lost against Mainz, Wolfsburg and Bayern Munich in the association, before it was lowered in a 6-3 misfortune at Manchester City in the Champions League.

“I generally put stock in the group and remained hopeful,” Marsch said. “Yet, it’s not difficult to remain hopeful when you have such a lot of value in the group. It was anything but an ideal beginning to the season however we basically continued to work. We’re not yet done, yet today we showed how well we can play.”

Christopher Nkunku chipped the ball over the Hertha goalkeeper in the sixteenth moment, then, at that point, set up Yussuf Poulsen for Leipzig’s second in the 23rd. Lukas Klostermann had an objective precluded as Leipzig piled up nine endeavors to the guests’ one preceding Nordi Mukiele made it 3-0 in first-half injury time.

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