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“Do not feel like!” Julian Brandt unimpressed by Müller’s teasing



BVB, news and rumours, Borussia Dortmund, Julian Brandt, Sébastien Haller, Hans-Joachim Watzke, Edin Terzic

After BVB’s groundbreaking away win at FC Augsburg, Julian Brandt didn’t want to get involved in a taunt from Munich. Meanwhile, Mainz 05 doesn’t want to be cannon fodder on the last day of the game, while Hans-Joachim Watzke is looking forward to the “final”. The news and rumors about Borussia Dortmund.

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BVB – News: Julian Brandt is not “in the mood” for Thomas Müller’s teasing

With the win on Sunday at FC Augsburg, Borussia Dortmund took advantage of FC Bayern’s mistake against Leipzig and took the lead in the table with one game to go. Then Julian Brandt did not want to get involved in a skirmish from Munich.

Thomas Müller had said on Saturday that he wanted to see from BVB that he would win both of the remaining games. When asked about it, Brandt said in Augsburg DAZN: “I’m staying out of all the arguments after Munich. I really like Thomas Müller and I know that after a game like yesterday you’re a bit frustrated.”

Brandt added: “Basically he’s right, we have to win the two games first, we’ve won one of them now. But that doesn’t mean that we’re German champions now, we have to win the home game first,” said Brandt , but admitted: “I’m not in the mood for an exchange of blows now.”

BVB now has it in their own hands and would be German champions again for the first time since 2012 if they beat Mainz 05 at home next Saturday.

BVB – News: Mainz 05 announces a challenge to Borussia Dortmund

Mainz 05, who no longer have anything to do with the relegation battle or a place in the European Cup, could tip the scales in the championship fight as BVB’s opponents on Saturday. And the 05ers are well aware of that.

Striker Karim Onisiwo, who recently extended his contract in Mainz until 2026, said with a view to the 34th matchday: “We don’t want to give them the bowl for free.”

Sports director Martin Schmidt said: “Football Germany will be watching us all week.” Mainz will therefore “resist and be a fair opponent for the league. It is a very important game for our honor”.

However, Mainz travels to Dortmund with a series of four bankruptcies in a row, which does not bother Schmidt: “We all scored against them up there – except for Union. I’m convinced that we are currently doing better against the top opponents.”

BVB, News – Dortmund full of anticipation: “The city will burn”

Hans-Joachim Watzke looked forward to “the final” with great anticipation – and Edin Terzic also knew no more restraint. “Now we have to sleep six more times, get up once and give it our all. And then hopefully we can finally hold up the championship trophy,” said the Borussia Dortmund coach after the redeeming 3-0 (0-0) win at FC Augsburg. 90 minutes and a win against FSV Mainz 05 separate BVB from dethroning Bayern Munich after ten long years.

“We are pleased that we are in this situation at all,” emphasized Terzic. “This year we’re closer than we’ve been in a long time. But we’re not done yet.” There was only one motto on Saturday against Mainz, who had been very weak recently: “We want to show a really good game, be there from the start and see it through.”

Then, said Terzic, the time will come for joy, for pride, for all emotions. The players could then “buy their next car, their next house”, everything – “but they can’t buy this moment”. Julian Brandt reported that some of the pressure of the past few months had dropped: “It really takes a load off your mind. For the time being.”

This season, which brought so many setbacks for BVB, Sebastien Haller’s cancer, many injuries, absurd sporting slumps, it could end with the championship trophy on the Borsigplatz. “We’ve taken a giant step,” said Sebastian Kehl DAZN-Interview. “The euphoria will be huge, we will absorb it and take it with us.”

However, the sports director did not want to get carried away too much. “We need another 90 minutes. We can’t let that take us anymore!” he demanded. Brandt knows what Dortmund now expects: “The city will burn for a week.”

BVB, News – Edin Terzic: Return of Sébastien Haller the greatest miracle

For Borussia Dortmund coach Edin Terzic, the return of goalscorer Sébastien Haller after his cancer is “the biggest miracle” of the season. No matter what happens now, “that he’s back with us is a pure miracle,” Terzic said after BVB’s 3-0 (0-0) win at FC Augsburg.

The 28-year-old had testicular cancer in the summer and was out for months. Haller wasn’t just missing as a goalscorer, Terzic continued, “but also as a person in the dressing room. He’s so important.” He now hopes that his striker will be “similarly successful” in the final on Saturday (3:30 p.m.) against Mainz. Then he’ll be the hero of the season. But we’re so happy with him anyway.”

Against Augsburg, Haller put BVB on the road to victory with his goals. As a result, Dortmund can hope for their first title since 2012 in the championship fight with FC Bayern. Haller is not only “important for the goals”, said Terzic: “He also lets the others shine next to him.”

Sports director Sebastian Kehl was also full of praise “about Sébastien’s special story. He deserves a very special praise.”

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