Borussia Dortmund shines in the Champions League

Borussia Dortmund shines in the Champions League

Et must have been mixed feelings with which Sebastién Haller accompanied his team’s comfortable 3-0 (2-0) victory over FC Copenhagen on Tuesday evening. The Borussia Dortmund striker, who is suffering from a testicular tumor that has since been successfully operated on, was in the stadium for the first time as a BVB player, where he was cheered up with a good dose of affection and a lot of sympathy, and at the same time had to watch his colleagues at the end of a great evening of football with much more were showered with love.

Captain Marco Reus was celebrated in the final phase after a brilliant performance with standing ovations, the team danced in front of the singing south stand after the final whistle. “I’m happy that we won this must-win game,” said Reus, who then formulated a few surprising sentences: “I thought we didn’t do so well in the first half, we would have had a lot more have to create opportunities.”

The rivals from Munich actually cultivated this kind of grounding self-criticism in moments of joy. Now this form of hunger for more and more seems to be developing at BVB. It will be exciting to see if this works. In truth, there was little criticism after what will go down in history as the first Champions League event to feature a full stand-up stand since 1998.

Recently, standing room has also been allowed in the European Cups, so the famous Dortmunder Süd sang and cheered with joy about a nice game, while the guests from Copenhagen organized a glowing pyrotechnic excess. A veil of smoke lay over the lawn for almost the entire season. “It was loud,” said Dortmund coach Edin Terzic, who was only dissatisfied with the first minutes of the two halves.

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