Borussia Dortmund motivates itself in front of the Europa League second leg at the Glasgow Rangers on Thursday (21.00 clock) for a small football miracle. “It’s a do-or-the game in which it goes too much,” said Captain Marco Reus on Wednesday at Ibrox Stadium: “We are highly motivated and full of concentration to help a lap. We are big before optimistic.”
When Blamablen 2: 4 last Thursday in the first leg of the play-offs around the eighth place “it was not our day,” Reus said. “We were bad, we hope this time it will be our day. We want to do it.” Trainer Marco Rose demanded “a good balance over 90 minutes – but above all we have to attack and go to goals”.
The Ibrox Stadium will be sold out. “We expect 50,000 spectators, we look forward to that, because we did not play so many fans at home,” Reus said. “It’s going to be a hot atmosphere. That’s even hotter.”
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Erling Haaland was not on board on Wednesday: The Norwegian exceptional door was not fit in time for adductor problems. In addition, the injured central defender Dan-Axel Zagadou and Manuel Akanji and Gio Reyna are missing. Right defendant Thomas Meunier, on the other hand, is back.