After the Gladbach season had gone very well so far, the foal has been slacking in the last few races. Bitter low point: the house bankruptcy against Hoffenheim. Marcus Thuram was very negative.
Borussia Mönchengladbach’s striker Marcus Thuram has his Spit attack in the 1: 2 defeat apologized to TSG Hoffenheim. “Something happened today that is not in my character and should never happen again,” the Frenchman wrote on Twitter.
Thuram continued: “I misbehaved towards an opponent. It was a mistake and not meant to be. I apologize to everyone. To Stefan Posch, my opponents, my teammates, my family and everyone who saw my reaction. Accept of course. I have all the consequences of my actions. “
Thuram had spit in the face of opponent Stefan Posch in Corona times from very close range (78th) and saw the red card after the video evidence. The majority of the guests scored the winning goal of Ryan Sessegnon (86th). Immediately after the match Gladbach coach Marco Rose had already apologized “also on behalf of the club”.