The artificial intelligence has made a decision. SPOX ChatGPT asked about the best players in Borussia Dortmund’s history – that’s what came out.
According to ChatGPT, Stefan Reuter should have played in central defense – and defensive chain dog Jürgen Kohler on the right in a back four. But why Matthias Sammer or Erling Haaland don’t even appear in the Honorable Mentions may not even be explained by an artificial brain. Or?
But ok, we asked about the best XI in the history of Borussia Dortmund from ChatGPT.
Quote: “I would field the best Borussia Dortmund team in history in the 4-2-3-1 system. In goal is one of the best German goalkeepers of all time, followed by a strong defence, a dominant midfield and an explosive attack .”
Goalkeeper: Roman Weidenfeller
The legendary Weidenfeller was an important part of the BVB team that won the double in 2013. Appearing in more than 450 games for the club, he was known for his incredible reflexes and will to win.
Left defender: Jürgen Kohler
Kohler is one of the best defenders in German football history and a key part of the successful BVB side that won the Champions League in 1997. He was known for his excellent defensive work and leadership qualities on the pitch.
Central defender: Mats Hummels
Former BVB captain Hummels is known for his exceptional skills as a central defender. His anticipation and on-pitch reading has helped him stop some of the best strikers in the world. He was also a key part of the team that won the championship in 2011 and 2012.
Central defender: Stefan Reuter
Reuter was an important part of the BVB team that won the Champions League in 1997. He was a versatile defender who could play both as a full-back and as a centre-back. He was also known for his energy and tireless dedication on the pitch.
Brazilian left-back Dede was a crowd favorite at Dortmund. He was known for his powerful thrusts and ability to play both offensively and defensively. He was an important part of the team that won the double in 2002.
Defensive midfield: Sebastian Kehl
Kehl was an important part of the BVB team that won the championship in 2011 and 2012. He was a strong defensive midfielder with an incredible work rate and keen tactical acumen. He was also known for his leadership qualities on the pitch.
Defensive midfield: Nuri Sahin
Sahin was the youngest captain in Bundesliga history and a key part of the BVB team that won the league in 2011 and 2012. He was an excellent passer with incredible technique and an important part of midfield.
Attacking midfield: Andreas Möller
Möller was an incredibly talented playmaker who played for both BVB and the German national team. He was an excellent passer with an eye for the deadly pass and was a key part of the BVB team that won the 1997 Champions League.
Attacking midfield: Mario Götze
Götze is a prolific attacking player known for his dribbling, speed and technical ability. He was a key part of the BVB team that won the league in 2011 and 2012 and scored the decisive goal in the 2014 World Cup final for the German national team.
Attacking midfield: Marco Reus
Reus is another attacking player known for his speed, dribbling and shooting technique. He was a key part of the BVB team that won the double in 2012 and was voted Bundesliga Player of the Year in the 2011/12 season.
Forward: Robert Lewandowski
Lewandowski is one of the best strikers in the world and a key member of the BVB team that won the double in 2012. He scored 36 goals in all competitions in the 2012/13 season and became Bundesliga top scorer. His speed, technical ability and scoring instinct make him one of the best strikers in the world.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang – Aubameyang was a goalscorer for BVB who became Bundesliga top scorer in the 2016/17 season. He was known for his speed and ability to score goals from difficult angles. Overall, he scored 98 goals in 144 games for BVB.
Jan Koller – Koller was an important player for BVB in the late 90s and early 2000s. The Czech striker was known for his height, skill in the air and ability to score goals from difficult positions. During his time at BVB he scored 74 goals in 177 games.
Marc Bartra – Bartra played for BVB from 2016 to 2018 and was an important part of the team during this time. The Spanish centre-back was known for his technical skills and ability to build the game from the back.