Borussia Dortmund wins at FC Sevilla

Trainer Edin Terzic took his players in his arms relieved, the fans were already singing their hearts out for the league summit against FC Bayern after the encouragement in the Champions League. With an easy 4-1 win at FC Sevilla, which was completely overwhelmed, BVB warmed up on Wednesday for the German Clásico on Saturday. Raphael Guerreiro (6th minute), Jude Bellingham (41st), Karim Adeyemi (43rd) and Julian Brandt (75th) decided the one-sided game. Youssef En-Nesyri scored for Sevilla (51st).

“That was definitely the reaction we wanted to show,” said Captain Bellingham at DAZN, looking at the disappointing 2: 3 in Cologne. On Saturday, however, a completely different caliber will come with Bayern. “We showed today what we can do. And we’ll give it our all,” Bellingham announced. “We’re always ready for Bayern,” said Julian Brandt.

After the second win in the third game, the Westphalians can make it through to the round of 16 in the second leg against the Andalusians next week. Then it will be Seville arrive with a new coach, Julen Lopetegui was released from the Primera División shortly after the final whistle at the crisis club. Dortmund, however, showed the hoped-for reaction to the disappointing 2: 3 at 1. FC Köln. On Saturday, however, a completely different caliber will come with Bayern.

Coach Terzic’s team got off to a perfect start against a weak opponent. After a wonderful change of sides from Bellingham, Guerreiro struck from the edge of the box into the far corner to take the lead. After about 20 minutes, BVB would almost have been outnumbered. The referee of Sevilla’s En-Nesyri had already shown red because of an emergency brake against Salih Özcan. But then he looked at the video images again and recognized a foul by Adeyemi in advance. He took back the red card.

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