Borussia Dortmund beat SC Freiburg 5-1 in the Bundesliga. Above all, the goal by Sébastien Haller then ensured black and yellow bliss. “Scoring my first goal of the day means a lot to me,” said the striker afterwards sky. The votes on BVB’s victory.
Haller alluded to the fact that he met on World Cancer Day. “When I scored the goal, I felt that the whole stadium was on fire,” said the former Frankfurter: “Not just the fans, but also the team-mates and the staff.” He had “been looking forward to this goal from the very first moment”.
“He worked towards it for a long time,” said Sebastian Kehl about the Haller goal: “It took a lot of weight off him, everyone was excited.” Nevertheless, the striker can play “even better” and is still looking for his rhythm. “But goals help a striker,” explained the sporting director.
Haller fell ill with testicular cancer in 2022 and has not played a competitive game for a long time since moving to BVB. The 28-year-old has only been back since the beginning of the new year.
BVB – Sebastian Kehl: “You can count on us”
It was the fourth win in a row for BVB. “I think the team has gotten a good rhythm now,” Kehl analyzed the situation: “I think we’re finding each other now and we’re in the right phase to have to find each other.”
He followed the situation at Bayern Munich around Manuel Neuer. “Bayern are actually always able to deal with critical issues, and they have always been good in the past,” said Kehl. BVB is now “on” and “we can be counted on,” announced the former midfielder.