After the bitter in the second round of the DFB Cup, Borussia Dortmund’s captain Marco Reus was visibly sat. The BVB attacker even delivered a word battle with ARD reporter Vale ska Homburg.
The disappointment about the 1: 2 bankruptcy at FC St. Pauli was already to look at Marco Reus before analyzed the game on the ARD microphone.
Today was in the whole a bad day of us, not to compare as opposed to Freiburg, honored the 32-year-old and supplemented: It was clear that another game, but we were just waked up too late and St. Pauli has done well. It’s extremely bitter to fly out here because the chance was very big again, and now we are not there anymore.
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Reporter Homburg then hooked again: Now they are no longer in the cup, in the league, the Bavarians are a bit left out, in the Champions League. This is not so great first?
Zeus deeply refused: Where are the Bavaria left now? Five points, right! (Note d. Red.: It’s currently six points) should we give up now, or what? We have to let it go Huge chance missed winning the trophy again. That’s very bitter straight.
Haaland hits are not enough for BVB
Étienne amended (4th) and Axel Wiesel (40th) by owners made for the sensation by the second division from Hamburg, the goal of Haaland (58.) by the trade meter was much too little for the big ambitions of the BVB. St. Pauli still posed on the lawn for a team photo with all replacement players and caregivers.
For the first time since Eintracht Frankfurt (2018) the winner will not come from Munich or Dortmund in the DFB Cup. St. Pauli may look forward to the welcome cup premium of around one million euros and is for the first time since 16 years in the quarterfinals — at that time was after the legendary Bokmål series (excluding opponents with B) only Bavaria in the semi-final terminus.