Edin Terzic expressed clear criticism of his team’s performance after the end of the DFB Cup. Emre Can snubs Jude Bellingham for hiring him on the pitch. You can find all the news and rumors about BVB here.
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BVB, News: Terzic criticizes the team after the DFB Cup
After the disappointing 0-2 draw against RB Leipzig in the DFB Cup, BVB coach Edin Terzic took his team to task. “We played a disastrous first half and got off to a bad start. We had to thank Greg (Kobel, editor’s note) that it was only 0-1 after the first half. In the early stages we were overrun,” said Terzic am sky-Microphone.
Criticism rained down for his team, especially in terms of duel behavior. “We were surprised that there were duels on offense. On defense we were far too far away from our opponents. You can’t advance to the next round like that,” Terzic continued.
After the defeat in the Bundesliga against FC Bayer, it was the second bitter bankruptcy for Dortmund within a few days. “We said weeks ago, when we had the fantastic run, that we might not be as good as we were made out to be. But we’ll settle accounts at the end of the season,” said Terzic, when asked about the goals for the season.
Midfielder Julian Brandt was also critical of the team’s performance. “We showed in the first half of the season that we’ll go under completely if we’re not fully focused. It was even more extreme in the first half of the Bundesliga season, but we were extremely lucky to have survived the first ten minutes. We should have it can already be 0: 2, 0: 3.”
It was only thanks to the strong Kobel that you didn’t go under completely. “I would wish that he wasn’t such a factor for a game, that we can get it sorted out like that,” said Brandt. The fact that the Swiss kept Dortmund in the game with his saves in many encounters “is actually something we can’t be proud of.”
BVB, News: Emre Can reprimands Jude Bellingham
Emre Can has publicly slammed fellow midfielder Jude Bellingham for hiring him on the pitch. The 19-year-old has bad body language when a teammate makes a mistake, the German international pointed out to the US broadcaster ESPN at.
Can explained in detail what the Englishman still lacks from his point of view: “Jude is still young. He still has a lot to learn. On the pitch, here in front of 70,000 or 80,000 spectators, there are things you can’t do. You need a good one Body language when a team-mate makes a mistake. That’s what we need to learn as a team too.”
Dortmund’s officials did not rate Can’s statements negatively in the direction of the teammate. “We are also accused of being too humble. Now two guys have shared their opinions,” said BVB coach Edin Terzic before the cup semifinals at RB Leipzig sky-Microphone. Sports director Sebastian Kehl said: “A little friction is not bad at all.”
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