After the Champions League elimination, Sky expert Didi Hamann not only attacked the Borussia Dortmund team, but also the BVB bosses. The share price fell to its lowest level of the year. You can find Borussia Dortmund news and rumors here.
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BVB, News: Hamann distributes heavily – and fears Haaland will leave this summer
After the embarrassing end of the Champions League, there has been – and rightly so – strong criticism of BVB. Now Sky expert Didi Hamann has spoken out and brought those responsible to court. “If you win the first two games and you get knocked out after five games, it’s not worthy of a Dortmund team,” Hamann wrote in his pay-TV column.
And further: “The inconsistency of BVB leadership is a reflection of the way the team is acting now: indecisive, timid, hesitant. Hamann also attacked the bosses and they had undermined the authority of coach Marco Rose from day one by making a lap. “The fact that Edin Terzic stayed looked to me like someone had said, ‘Well, we’ll keep him in case something happens. “And that’s exactly how they play football.”
In the fierce fight over Erling Haaland’s whereabouts beyond next summer, Hamann no longer sees any great chances. “I think it’s almost impossible to keep Haaland next summer. The best players want to play in the Champions League round of 16. It will be incredibly difficult to keep him and I prefer to worry about Bellingham and Adeyemi than wasting too much time with Haaland. “
BVB scores: catastrophic defensive trio – Reus all pale
Borussia Dortmund are eliminated from the Champions League after a 3-1 loss to Sporting Lisbon. Several BVB players had a dark day. Individual ratings and reviews.
GREGOR KOBEL: Was not to blame for the goals against, even retained the penalty to make it 3-0 on the first attempt and prevented another Sporting goal with a solid save against Sarabia shortly after the break. Note 3.
THOMAS MEUNIER: It started out very strong, but gradually fell apart as the game progressed. Before the 0: 2, he did not put enough pressure on his opponent. Level 4.
MANUEL AKANJI: The only BVB defender who still radiated reasonably safe and who also offered a good opening. Note 3.
MARIN PONGRACIC: Poor communication with Schulz before 0: 1, weak duel and positional play before 0: 2 – no convincing performance from Mats Hummels’ replacement. Level 4.
NICO SCHULZ: Joined the starting XI of Guerreiro, who was injured during the warm-up. To blame for the first goal with a glaring error. Stayed in the cabin for the break. Score: 5.5.
REINIER JESUS: Had his chance early on, but didn’t use it after a good start. Weak: his tackling behavior before second goal, when he ignored his opponent behind the back and did not pursue. Level 4.
AXEL WITSEL: Calm imagination. One of the many matches this season has been played by the Belgian. Rose took him off the field after 66 minutes. Rating: 4.5.
JUDE BELLINGHAM: Barely took place in the first round, but improved with the break and was Dortmund’s best in the second round. It was still not enough. Note 3.
MARCO REUS: Picked up a lot of balls from behind, but with his pale performance he symbolized BVB’s tired offensive play. After all, he delivered the assist to Malen’s goal in stoppage time. Score: 4.5.
JULIAN BRANDT: Considered Dortmund’s strongest attacking player all season. Well combined with his colleagues, dared to do a lot and launched the only goal of the BVB. Rating: 3.5
DONYELL MALEN: Very lively appearance in the first half, missed the best chance of the game for BVB shortly before the break. At halftime two long pale – but with the goal of consolation. Rating: 3.5.
EMRE CAN: Replaced Schulz in the second half and did a solid defensive job. Did his colleagues a disservice with his – albeit tough – sacking 15 minutes before the end. Score: 5.5.
MAHMOUD DAHOUD: Came 25 minutes before the end for Witsel. No longer seemed remarkable. Level 4.
STEFFEN TIGGES: He came in in the 67th minute for Pongracic and should take care of the goals. But remained ineffective except for a mini-chance. Level 4.
DAN-AXEL ZAGADOU: Replaced Reinier in the 67th minute and had a final phase to forget. He was responsible for the sanction that ultimately made the decision. Score: 5.5.
BVB, News: Borussia Dortmund’s share price drops after CL-Aus
BVB stock collapsed on Thursday morning after exiting the Champions League at Sporting in XETRA, hitting an interim annual low of 4.27 euros. At the start of the season, the newspaper was still close to nine euros per share. After all, the stock was able to recover a bit during the day on Thursday and closed at 4.36 euros.
Nevertheless, the general trend of recent years continues. And with the gloomy outlook for the pandemic and the expected shortfall from ticketing and sponsorship, shareholders are unlikely to like it in the near future.
BVB: The next games
Opponent Competition Date Place 27. November, 3.30 p.m. Bundesliga VfL Wolfsburg Guest 4. December, 6.30 p.m. BundesligaFC BayernHeim7. December, 9 p.m.Champions LeagueBesiktas IstanbulHeim11. December, 3.30 p.m. Guest Bundesliga VfL Bochum