The Borussia Dortmund captain is frustrated after the 1: 3 at the Champions League opener in Lazio Rome and vented his anger. The attacker speaks clear language.
1: 3 in Lazio Rome, the Champions League opener completely failed and showed unprecedented weaknesses: for Borussia Dortmund, the first group match was a day to forget. And BVB captain Marco Reus was visibly disappointed after the game – and expressed his frustration with clear words.
“We slept fully through the first half,” said Reus in an interview with “Sky”. And further, “We just weren’t determined enough on the front.” The 31-year-old was particularly uncomfortable with the team’s performance: “We didn’t play well together, didn’t defend well.” Dortmund played cautiously for much of the game, got carried away with unnecessary loss of possession and was offensively harmless over long stretches. Reus’ resigned conclusion: “We missed everything completely today.”
And BVB will hardly have time for changes: a great program awaits the coming weeks, including the Revierderby against Schalke (October 24), the Champions League games against Saint Petersburg (October 28) and Bruges (November 4). ) – and immediately afterwards FC Bayern (November 7) in the league.