Signal for Madrid: Dortmund also makes a fool of themselves

Signal for Madrid: Dortmund also makes a fool of themselves
Signal for Madrid: Dortmund also makes a fool of themselves

Four days after touching the sky and eliminating the PSG to seal the ticket to his first final of the Champions After more than a decade, the Borussia Dortmund made a fool of themselves on their visit to Mainz that received him in the middle of the fight for permanence and ended up handing him a very tough 3-0 defeat. Borussia Dortmund was a sticker compared to the team that brought down PSG, both in names and attitude, the latter a source of anger throughout Germany due to the importance that the crash had for the fight not to be relegated.

Borussia remains fifth and with its participation in the next edition of the Champions League very assured. And Mainz, for its part, managed to get out of the relegation places and, with one match left to go, put Union Berlin in the red zone of the table. This match will give a lot to talk about.

Terzic varied his eleven in numerous positions with respect to the Champions League semi-final against PSG and ended up paying dearly for it. The borussen, with unusual ones like Morey, Wolf and Bynoe-Gittens in the lineup, he showed signs of laziness and Mainz, in the midst of fighting to avoid relegation, took advantage of it mercilessly. In a matter of eleven minutes, Barreiro and Lee twice made the score 3-0 which was not well regarded in much of the Federal Republic. There was even talk of adulteration of competition on networks.

Terzic tried to bail out water and introduced Sancho and Brandt for the second 45 minutes, but things did not get better. Mainz continued to command and intimidate a Westphalian team that, in addition, annulled a goal Moukoko for offside. Regardless of that black and yellow mini-push, the visitors were not able to correct a very unfortunate first half that will bring a lot of queue in Germany and It helped Mainz take a deep breath in the dangerous part of the classification.

Sesko saves Leipzig and Cologne resists

He Cologne, which has accelerated in recent days with two draws before this victory, does not depend on itself, but can reach the last session with options. So what Union Berlin, which marks the salvation and whose permanence is not yet assured, had a 0-2 lead after twenty minutes. After fifteen minutes he took the lead thanks to Robin Knoche and four minutes later, Kevin Vollandfrom a penalty, scored the second visitor goal.

At the top, the Leipzig avoided defeat at the Red Bull Arena against Werder Bremenwho took the lead after half an hour thanks to an own goal from Nicolas Seiwald. But the set of Marco Rose He scored in the 62nd minute thanks to Sesko, who established a tie that remained until the end and guaranteed fourth place in the Bundesliga for Leipzig to the detriment of Borussia Dortmund, with one match left to play.

He Borussia Monchengladbach closed the course at Borussia Park with a one-goal draw against the Eintracht Frankfurt, who will play in Europe next year. He Borussiawhich is going to close a gray year far from its expectations, was advanced through Robin Hack at nine minutes, but at half an hour the French Eirc Dina Ebimbe established the tie for the visitors.

He Freiburg has yet to seal its European spot. He is seventh, he did not go beyond the tie against Heidenheim (1-1) and is threatened by Hoffenheim, which only has two points. The set of Christian Streich took advantage in the duel Europa Park Stadion with a Japanese target Ritsu Doanheadlong, but on the verge of rest Kevin Sessa managed to equalize for the visitors, with nothing at stake.

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Julian Brandt (45′, Salih Özcan), Ian Maatsen (45′, Mateu Morey), Jadon Sancho (45′, Donyell Malen), Ole Pohlmann (68′, Felix Nmecha), Kjell-Arik Wätjen (75′, Jamie Bynoe-Gittens), Edimilson Fernandes (75′, Anthony Caci), Danny da Costa (76′, Silvan Widmer), Nelson Weiper (86′, Brajan Gruda), Marco Richter (86′, Lee Jae-Sung)


1-0, 11′: Leandro Barreiro Martins2-0, 18′: Lee Jae-Sung3-0, 22′: Lee Jae-Sung


Referee: Tobias Stieler
VAR referee: Dr. Matthias Jöllenbeck, Henrik Bramlage
Marco Reus (40′, Yellow), Andreas Hanche-Olsen (45′, Yellow), Leandro Barreiro Martins (55′, Yellow), Nico Schlotterbeck (79′, Yellow)

Classification P.T. P.J. P.G. PE PP
13 3. 4 33 7 13 13
14 33 32 7 12 13
fifteen 32 33 6 14 13
16 30 33 8 6 19
17 27 33 5 12 16
Classification P.T. P.J. P.G. PE PP
3 69 32 22 3 7
4 64 33 19 7 7
5 60 33 17 9 7
6 46 33 eleven 13 9
7 42 33 eleven 9 13
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