BVB in Seville: A game without excuses
BVB has to go to the limit in the Champions League game against FC Sevilla. When the ball rolls at 9 p.m. on Wednesday evening, BVB must show themselves as a unit and make amends for the defeat in Cologne.
Of the BVB can take a gigantic step towards the round of 16 on Wednesday evening when they play in the Champions League at FC Sevilla. Arguments and excuses don’t count in Andalusia: now this team has to show that they can live up to their own standards.
With a win at FC Sevilla, BVB can extend the lead over the Spaniards to four points. With the expected course – both Borussia Dortmund and Seville lose against Manchester City and win against Copenhagen – and no BVB defeat against Sevilla in Dortmund, that’s enough for the round of 16 of the premier class. So much for the initial position on paper.
Winning in Seville is not a sure-fire success. And measured against the personnel problems that have accompanied BVB throughout the season and are still affecting Borussia today, a defeat would even be justifiable on the argumentative side.
I count myself among the BVB fans who prefer a logical and understanding analysis of dissatisfaction and anger when things don’t go perfectly. I promote that Edin Terzic It takes time, as do the many newcomers and the fact that BVB has even reached the highest maximum so far this season with the unspeakable bad luck with injuries.
No miracles are to be expected from a team that is so on the stick like Borussia, whose rhythm is repeatedly disturbed by new injuries and failures. And I usually base my expectations on this standard.
BVB in Seville: Success is only possible collectively
It’s different today. Today it’s about whether you win or lose – nothing more. Today, no excuses, no analyzes or logical arguments count for me. In recent years, this highly talented team has always failed to be there at the moment and simply want to win more than their opponents. It’s less about the tiresome question of mentality and much more about having the courage to believe in success, no matter how unlikely it may be.
That’s what I expect from BVB today. Not making excuses, pushing against the odds and getting three points, no matter what. That is the claim that the club has and communicates: to go to the limit, to be successful and not to make yourself comfortable.
This is only possible in a collective and the question comes to mind Dortmund on: is this team a unit that pulls together and pursues a common goal? Or does everyone somehow cook their own soup? When the floodlights go on in Seville and the ball rolls at 9 p.m., it’s time for BVB to answer this question with an exclamation mark. Everything else doesn’t count today.
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This article was originally published on 90min.com/DE as BVB in Seville: A game without excuses released.