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© Supplied by Sports.fr SIgnal Iduna Park Yellow wall As Borussia Dortmund continue their disappointing season, with two last poor performances in the Bundesliga which relegate and his teammates to 6th place, At 6 points from the top 4, the arrival of Marco Rose on the team bench was announced on Monday.
Ilkay Gündogan from Manchester City warned of the Bundesliga club's strengths before the Champions League game against Borussia Mönchengladbach.
National player Ilkay Gündogan from Manchester City warned of the strengths of the Bundesliga team before the first knockout round in the Champions League against Borussia Mönchengladbach. "Gladbach is always dangerous. On a good day they can beat any opponent," said Gündogan before the duel on Wednesday (9 p.m. / DAZN) in Budapest.
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The players from Borussia Mönchengladbach had Tuesday off and thus had time to process the announced departure of Marco Rose. Sports director Max Eberl, however, had to do. © Stefan Puchner / dpa Max Eberl, sports director of Borussia Mönchengladbach, is facing difficult tasks. The challenges are enormous. The most urgent question to be resolved is who will succeed Rose as coach in the summer.
Although Borussia only scored two points in four league games, Gündogan warned against underestimating the five-time German champions: "Gladbach has the necessary quality of players to play good and successful football. On a good day, they are hard to beat. "
After 18 competitive games in a row, the Premier League leaders are brimming with self-confidence. "We know how good we can be. And we know what we have to do. It's up to us," said Gündogan, who justified the recipe for success with the "mixture of the right tactics, the quality of the players and the mentality" .
team manager Pep Guardiola also relies on the strength of his team. "We have to push our game on them," said the former Bayern coach. Guardiola also emphasized "that he had a lot of respect for German teams in this competition".
returnees Pekeler warns: "Certainly not the saviors" .
Hendrik Pekeler from THW Kiel warned the German handball players against too high expectations of the returnees before the Olympic qualification. © Provided by sport1.de returnee Pekeler warns: "Certainly not the savior" national team returnee Hendrik Pekeler from THW Kiel warned the German handball players against too high expectations of the returnee before the Olympic qualification.