News : BVB in the individual review: Haaland faultless, Dahoud and Meunier disappoint
Scores against FC Bayern: BVB in the individual review: Haaland faultless, Dahoud and Meunier disappoint
Borussia Dortmund loses a spectacular top Bundesliga game against FC Bayern. Despite a 2-0 lead, in the end it was 2: 4 from Dortmund’s point of view in Munich. But it is not as clear as the result sounds. BVB in the individual review.
Bayern’s 4-2 win sounds pretty clear in the end. Again, BVB conceded four goals in a Bundesliga guest appearance at the Allianz Arena. For the sixth time in a row, Dortmund cannot stop the German record champions around striker Robert Lewandowski.
Everything started after nine minutes with a double pack from Erling Haaland. But FC Bayern is coming back. The notes for Dortmund.
BVB for defeat against Bayern in the individual review
MARWIN HITZ – NOTE 4: Powerless at 1: 2, beaten at 2: 2, without a chance at 2: 3 and out of reach at 2: 4. No game to prove yourself. There was no sense of security in heat. He was even lucky with a ricochet. An insecurity with the ball at your feet.
DAN-AXEL ZAGADOU (up to 70th minute) – NOTE 2: When Munich equalized, he should have been 30 centimeters higher. But if that’s the only criticism of the Frenchman’s game, then he played a great game. Incredibly strong in duels (100 percent duel quota) and with good positional play. After 70 minutes, the score was 2: 2 for him.
MATS HUMMELS – NOTE 4: Four goals conceded in Munich, that’s what the defense chief has to be chalked up to. The newly restructured three-way chain only works in the initial phase, then BVB entrenches itself too much and is ultimately overrun. A mistake against Bayern. Hummels has to react earlier.
Loss of the ball by Can becomes the scene of the game
EMRE CAN – NOTE 3: His loss of the ball in the Dortmund counterattack before the 2: 3 is the most discussed scene after the game. But it is not intended to symbolize Can’s game. In the back three, he does a great job and is the savior in many tricky situations. A defensive anchor with important ball conquests.
THOMAS MEUNIER – NOTE 5: Ball acceptance like shots on goal – its technical deficiencies are sometimes fatal. On his defense side he had a lot to do with Kingsley Coman and saw yellow early. When the score was 2-0, he then had the template for the third goal on his foot, but his cross pass to Haaland did not come through. At 2: 3, he then unluckily puts on Leon Goretzka.
NICO SCHULZ – NOTE 3: Moved into the starting line-up for the injured Raphael Guerreiro and started well at first. He initiated the 2-0 win. Overall, he always set good accents up front, but defensively he was a weak point. In the subsequent goal in Munich, he is duped by Leroy Sané on the largest stage.
THOMAS DELANEY (up to 70th minute) – NOTE 4: Not a good game in the center of the Dane. Should actually relieve Dahoud as a defensive part, but never really got hold of it in the duels. He only won 20 percent, too little for a six. His pass rate is also manageable at 78 percent.
Dahoud was strong as a bear recently, today he is completely submerged
MAHMOUD DAHOUD – NOTE 5: The face of the Dortmund boom in recent weeks has remained pale, far too pale. In the new system, Dahoud was completely lost in midfield and was never really able to influence the game. Next man Delaney was of no help to him. Then he also caused the penalty, which led to the equalization. Difficult and ungrateful game.
THORGAN HAZARD (up to 60th minute) – NOTE 3: It was not enough for more than an hour in his comeback, in which he was in the starting XI due to the injuries-related failures of Guerreiro and Sancho. But he reported back with a template at 2-0. Otherwise quite inconspicuous in the defensive game of Dortmund. After the break I had the 3-2 on my back, but only hit the side netting.
Haaland hits twice, then has to go down
MARCO REUS (up to 76th minute) – NOTE 4: The captain could hardly set any accents. His best sign that evening was the rainbow-colored bandage around his arm. Because BVB went too low after the 2-0 win and hardly any counter-attacks, the Reus player type was hardly in demand.
ERLING HAALAND (up to 60th minute) – NOTE 1: Two shots on goal, two goals. Alone the 1-0 after 80 seconds is a feast for the eyes. In the duel with Bayern’s goalscorer Robert Lewandowski, he presented terrific. But the Pole is the world footballer and can keep up. However, that speaks more for than against Haaland. A machine that had to leave the field after an hour with a technical defect.
STEFFEN TIGGES (from the 60th minute) – no rating.
JULIAN BRANDT (from the 60th minute) – no rating.
MATEU MOREY (from the 70th minute) – without evaluation.
JUDE BELLINGHAM (from the 70th minute) – no rating.
REINIER (from 76th minute) – without evaluation.
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