Borussia Dortmund starts the next attack on Bayern with coach Marco Rose.
In a test against Athletic Bilbao, things get heated.
There is also a speedster vortex.
St. Gallen - While Julian Nagelsmann was unable to win the second test match at Bayern Munich and was even exposed to mobbing in the Allianz Arena, the Bundesliga title rivals are not going according to plan either.
On the contrary, the test match between Borussia Dortmund and Athletic Bilbao ended in bankruptcy for coach Marco Rose's new team, Marius Wolf also suffered a serious injury and had to be brought into the dressing room with an injury shortly afterwards after being substituted at half-time.
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The fact that the gruff Spaniards won the duel in St. Gallen (Switzerland) 2-0 was almost a side note.
In addition to the replaced Wolf, Mahmoud Dahoud also had to leave the field prematurely.
"We put a lot of energy on the pitch. But we were too dirty. It's a big topic that we have to work on," said Gladbach's ex-coach Rose after the game.
A scene before the half-time whistle was also curious: a speedster ran onto the pitch and straight to star striker Erling Haaland * to get an autograph from the Norwegian, as
Before a policeman could intervene, the Dortmund man fulfilled the wish before the intruder could be led away.
"I hope I made him happy," the BVB professional is quoted as saying.
The Bundesliga runner-up started his training camp in Bad Ragaz (SUI) on Friday:
In the goal of Borussia Dortmund * was against Bilbao Roman Bürki, who will apparently leave Dortmund in the current transfer period due to the commitment of Gregor Kobel.
A new club is reportedly also being sought for the injured Marius Wolf, so a longer break from injury would be all the more tragic for both sides.
Meanwhile, BVB midfielder Marco Reus discusses the reasons why Bayern were able to win so many titles - and calls for a feature to be adopted *.
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