After the embarrassing and worrying 2: 4-home of Borussia Dortmund in the Playoff first leg of the Europa League against the Rangers from Glasgow was the mood around the BVB in the basement. A few days before the second leg in Scotland (Thursday, 9:00 pm live at RTL), however, a small shimmer is growing that the black yellow could still move into the second round. That’s not just the company’s own result.
Borussia Dortmund dropped on Sunday against Borussia Mönchengladbach powerful steam. With 6: 0 Marco Reus and Co. shot the foals from their own stadium and showed a first reparation for the defeat in the Europa League.
Due to the many performance fluctuations in this season, however, not all BVB fans is likely to be convinced that the eleven by head coach Marco Rose also wins in Scotland. Due to the first leg, the Borussia goes into the race with a two-goal mortgage.
Nevertheless, the six hits against Gladbach should be a little glimmer of hope and show that even without top-tower Erling Haaland goals are possible.
Rangers Pats in front of BVB second leg in the domestic league
Another circumstance that comes to Dortmund too good: Since this season, the away gate rule does not reach the BVB, therefore, the BVB requires “only” a win with two goals difference to force an extension.
Ultimately, a look at the most recent league game of Rangers is a reason for optimism. The Glasgow trained by Giovanni Van Bronkkhorst, who had burned down a few days earlier in Dortmund a ruling fireworks and won highly deserved, efforted in the domestic prime rate for a 1: 1 (0: 1) at Dundee United.
Joe Aribo (76th) finally found the answer to the leadership of Ross Graham (29th). Personnel had set Van Bronckhorst except for an exception to the winner eleven, only defender Borna Barisic moved to Filip Helander in the starting formation.
In the league, city trival Celtic, which won against Dundee FC 3: 2, is now ahead of three points.