Penalty frustration and desire to attack: BVB wants to ‘disturb’ Bayern Munich – sports news on ice hockey, winter sports and more

The congratulations were soon followed by a small declaration of war. After the next lesson in the championship battle, Borussia Dortmund want to end the Munich title streak early next season.

In the midst of the hustle and bustle of the Munich championship, coach Marco Rose announces a new attack on the title Borussia Dortmund Permanent Champion Bayern Munich.

“We are talking about football. And in football you can be champions for 10 consecutive years, maybe 15 champions,” said Eredivisie coach Rose. “But there are always teams trying to change that – and we’re one of them. We’ll shake ourselves up and get back together.”

BVB is being promoted for next season

This is with the runner-up appointed after a disappointing season in the Champions League, Europa League and German FA Cup Also much needed. Only a minimal goal of first-year qualification was achieved with Gladbacher Rose on the bench.

“You can do that today Bavaria First of all, congratulations,” Rose said after 1:3 and a lot of beer showers from the series’ rival champions: “But I think we should all try to make the tournament exciting and more exciting next year and the journey of the German record champions.” Borussia Dortmund will certainly be one of the first to try it.”

BVB is working to be more competitive. Defender Niklas Sule is coming on a free transfer from Bayern Munich and is supposed to help stabilize a shaky defence. National team players Karim Adeyemi (RB Salzburg) for attack and Nico Schlutterbeek (SC Freiburg) for defense are other steady additions in Dortmund.

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As a possible successor to striker Erling Haaland, whose nagging future question should be clarified soon, there has already been speculation about the talents of Storm Hugo Ikitaki (19) of Reims Stadium or Adam Hluzik (19) of Sparta Prague.

“Dortmund is trying to modernize a bit,” former Bayern coach Karl-Heinz Rummenigge said on Bild TV. And they’ll still get the money from Haaland’s transfer into the fund. The Norway international could leave Dortmund early this season thanks to a release clause of 75 million euros.

Manchester City are said to be in pole position in the race for the storm giants who have been repeatedly injured. “A move from Erling Haaland to the Premier League would not be a complete surprise for us,” sporting director Michael Zorc said on Sky.

Dortmund struggles with referee’s performance

On the other hand, Dortmund was surprised that the score was 1:2 after a leg scissor made by Benjamin Pavard against Judd Bellingham. “There wasn’t only one who was completely blind who had told me this,” Rose said of her assessment. Video Assistant decided otherwise. “Of course I can do a somersault now, but I wouldn’t get a penalty for that either,” Rose commented sarcastically. Already in the first leg at 2:3 at home, the BVB was furious with the referee’s performance.

Perhaps another penalty – the first converted by EM co-owner Emery Kahn to become 1:2 – could have been better for Dortmund. But even without getting a point, the frail Westphalians could claim that at least there wasn’t a massive difference in class, as has usually been the case in Munich in recent years, with huge bankruptcies at times (2:4, 0:4). , 0: 5, 0: 6, 1: 4, 1: 5).

In summarizing the season, captain Marco Reus said: “Bayern are very consistent. Our eight defeats are too many.” “We weren’t good enough. They were more consistent today. I felt like we were always in it, but it didn’t work out.” That should change after the main Munich contract next year.

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