Borussia Dortmund defeated Munich in 1860

Borussia Dortmund defeated Munich in 1860

BWith Edin Terzic coming back as BVB coach, the Dortmund team in the DFB Cup set a first football scent brand right away. In the constant rain in Munich, Borussia literally wet the overwhelmed third division club TSV 1860 with their speed and enthusiasm when they made it 3-0 (3-0) on Friday.

Even the absence of the seriously ill Erling-Haaland successor Sébastien Haller (tumor operation) in the center of the storm did not matter in any phase of the 90 minutes in front of 15,000 spectators in the sold-out Grünwalder Stadium. The outstanding Donyell Malen (8th minute), Jude Bellingham (31st) and newcomer Karim Adeyemi (35th), who scored from a position suspected of being offside, ensured with their goals that the one-sided game was decided early. In terms of football, he impressed BVB against the promotion contenders of the third division.

With Terzic, Borussia won the DFB Cup in 2021. After a year break, the 39-year-old has now released again Marco Rose as a coach.

The “lions” actually wanted to prepare a “hot dance” for BVB, like coaches Michael Kolner said. But the fans’ wish didn’t come true. Dortmund were in the game straight away and approached the task in a very serious and determined manner – above all Malen from the Netherlands. The 23-year-old quickly forced 1860 goalkeeper Marco Hiller to make the first save (4th). Shortly thereafter, he again ran away from opponent Christopher Lannert, who had been substituted early on. Malen’s low shot into the near corner jumped from post to post and then into the net.

The hosts were also unlucky that third division top scorer Marcel Bär limped off injured (19′). Only the BVB ensemble played on the pitch. High-speed football overwhelmed the 1860’s defense. Malen, captain Marco Reus and goalscorer Bellingham combine almost undisturbed. Malen also set up goal number three, with goalkeeper Hiller slipping the wet ball through his arms when Adeyemi shot.

Source link