Canada Bundesliga: "Enormous": Bürki praises FCB in the highest tones

10:20  25 september  2020
10:20  25 september  2020 Source:   spox.com

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keeper Roman Bürki (29) from Borussia Dortmund praised long-standing rivals FC Bayern Munich in the highest tones before the direct duel in the German Supercup on Wednesday.

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"I think it's the best team in the world," said Bürki in a media round on Thursday. "To be so dominant all the time after the change of coach, that's enormous. I saw the Schalke game, they started after the 6-0 win and wanted to score even more goals. That is impressive."

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Ultimately, FC Bayern won 8-0 against FC Schalke 04 on matchday 1. Bürki's Dortmund team also impressed at the start and won 3-0 against Borussia Mönchengladbach. The two 17-year-olds Jude Bellingham and Giovanni Reyna created a lot of enthusiasm.

"It is good for them that they are offensive players and can play relatively freely. The further back it goes, the responsibility grows," explained Bürki and advised: "The boys are well advised, even for the experienced players like Piszczek, Hummels To hear Schmelzer or others. "

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at BVB The 29-year-old Bürki is one of Dortmund's leading players together with Lukasz Piszczek (35), Mats Hummels (31) and Marcel Schmelzer (32). "We can show them what it is like to prove yourself every day in training that you always want to win. We can exemplify this attitude, they are at the perfect age to learn a lot. Also what you have to do for your body to stay healthy. Generally everything you need to be successful for longer. "

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Dortmund will be visiting FC Augsburg on Saturday (3:30 p.m.) and, like in the two previous competitive games this season, will probably play again with a back three.

A good decision for Bürki: "You just have to look at the numbers, then you know where the team feels more comfortable. And that's with a three or five-man chain when we don't have the ball. We have the players for it, we do feel comfortable in this system. " In preparation, coach Lucien Favre had experimented with a back four.

German Supercup: The last games at a glanceYearHeimGastResult2019Borussia DortmundFC Bayern Munich2: 02018Eintracht FrankfurtFC Bayern Munich0: 52017Borussia DortmundFC Bayern Munich4: 5 nE2016Borussia DortmundFC Bayern Munich0: 22015VfL WolfsburgFC Bayern Munich0: 22015VfL WolfsburgFC Bayern Munich5: 4 nE2014 Bayern Munich: FC Bayern Munich5: 4 nE2014Borussia Bayern Munich: Dortmund2FC Bayern Munich2FC Bayern Munich2FC Bayern Munich4: Bayern Munich2FC Bayern Munich2FC Bayern Munich2FC Bayern Munich2012: Bayern Munich4 Bayern Munich2FC Bayern Munich2012: Bayern Munich4 Bayern Munich2014 Bayern Munich 2012 Dortmund2: 12011FC Schalke 04Borussia Dortmund4: 3 nE2010FC Bayern MunichFC Schalke 042: 0

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