Marco Reus apparently has to cancel his participation in the World Cup due to injury. Teammates Youssoufa Moukoko and Karim Adeyemi are said to be there. Before that, the BVB youngsters could look forward to an award. The news and rumors about Borussia Dortmund.
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BVB, News: Marco Reus apparently missed the World Cup
Bitter setback for Marco Reus. The offensive star of Borussia Dortmund apparently has to cancel his participation in the World Cup due to persistent ankle problems. That reports sky.
Reus missed a World Cup finals for the second time since 2014 due to injury. Back then, he tore a ligament in his ankle in the last friendly before leaving for Brazil.
The attacking midfielder has been struggling with an ankle injury since the district derby against Schalke in mid-September. He then made two comeback attempts against Union Berlin and VfL Bochum, but then complained of ankle pain.
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In the current Bundesliga season, Marco Reus has two goals and two assists in nine games. He has made 48 appearances for Germany since his debut in October 2011 and has contributed 15 goals. He was last on the pitch for Germany in November 2021.
While Marco Reus national coach Hansi Flick is not available, two Dortmund offensive colleagues are said to be there for the German national team at the tournament in Qatar.
As sports1 reports, youngster Youssoufa Moukoko is going to the World Cup as a replacement for the injured Timo Werner. Noisy table footballinformation is also Karim Adeyemi.
The only 17-year-old Moukoko has not yet played an international match for the German national team. He scored six times in five appearances for the U21s. Adeyemi is currently in four appearances for the DFB team, the 20-year-old is currently playing a mixed season for BVB, he was goalless in ten Bundesliga games, he scored once in the Champions League (five games) and in the DFB- Cup (two games).
BVB, News: Youssoufa Moukoko and Karim Adeyemi honored
Borussia Dortmund’s Karim Adeyemi was awarded the Fritz Walter Medal by the DFB as the best young player of his year.
As the best of the 2002 vintage, the 20-year-old received the gold medal retrospectively for 2021, as the award was canceled the previous year due to the corona pandemic.
The subsequent U17 gold medal went to Adeyemi’s offensive colleague Moukoko. Here is the detailed news.
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