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Erfolgreicher Start in die "Woche der Wahrheit": Borussia Dortmund hat das hitzige Duell der Bundesliga bei Borussia Mönchengladbach. , Uhr. Von Judith Malter. Spielplan veröffentlicht Gladbach startet mit Kracher in die neue. DFB-Pokal: Die Einzelkritik zum Pokal-Knaller Borussia Dortmund gegen Borussia Mönchengladbach. 1 | Share. New Orleans Team Invictus Gaming. Hummels stark, Sommer stärker Eckball von rechts, Free Real Hazard ins Zentrum bringt: Hummels schraubt sich hoch und setzt sich im Kopfballduell geschickt durch. Gefährlich wird es in der Folge aber trotzdem nicht. Die Hausherren sind giftig, setzen die Dortmunder Hintermannschaft auch wieder Das Beste Spiel zu Beginn unter Druck - und wollen das Lainer stibitzt die Kugel von Guerreiro, macht Tempo - und verliert den Ball am Ende wieder an den gekonnt nachsetzenden Portugiesen. Premiere für die Fohlen? Intensives Duell Die Teams schenken sich weiterhin gar nichts.
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How do I get a bus ticket from Dortmund to Mönchengladbach? The game at the Esprit Arena this past Tuesday is a poor reflection of what Dortmund have been capable of this season, with emphatic wins over Bayern Munich and Atletico Madrid underlining their strength as a team.
They are still the team with the most goals scored in the league 42 , with Paco Alcacer and Marco Reus contributing to 22 of these goals alone.
Dortmund also hold one of the better defensive records in the league with only 17 goals allowed. The stats only count for so much, however.
While some may be tempted to see this loss to Düsseldorf as the beginning of the usual Dortmund slip many of us have become used to in the past few seasons, it is the aforementioned mentality and general unity of the team that makes me think otherwise.
This was an anomaly, brought about both perhaps by match fatigue from playing many matches consecutively and a Düsseldorf team fighting for survival in the Bundesliga.
It is my belief that this team is strong enough not to allow this mistake to get into their heads and for them to push forward and come into the game against Borussia Mönchengladbach at full tilt, ready to remedy the mistakes of a Tuesday we all surely want to forget.
That being said, we can now turn to Borussia Mönchengladbach. Currently sitting in second, the foals have had a sublime season of their own.
Having scored a total of 35 goals and only allowed 16 on the other end, Die Fohlen have shown their capability to challenge and beat some of the best teams in the league, their victory over Bayern Munich this past October indisputable proof of this.
Its safe to say that Gladbach have been a force to be reckoned with this season. Gladbach are clearly not invincible, however.
Losses to teams such as Freiburg and Hertha Berlin in the league, on top of a drubbing at the hands of the struggling Bayer Leverkusen show their relative instability with results fluctuating in the extremes throughout the season.
They are coming into this game on a relative high, with their most recent win over Nürnburg this week, and convincing wins over Stuttgart and Hannover also showing that this is no team to be trifled with.
The club's spectacular run had come to an end with eight trophies to their credit, and although they would continue to be competitive for many years, success would be much harder to come by.
Many regulars left the club, such as the later vice-president Rainer Bonhof, or announced their career end, such as Jupp Heynckes and Berti Vogts.
Lattek did not succeed in offsetting these departures with appropriate new signings. On Matchday 30, the team was in 15th place with a goal-difference of goals: three wins from the last four games improved the finish to tenth place.
It was the first season in a long time in which the club finished with a negative goal-difference. Borussia signed Jupp Heynckes to be assistant coach to Lattek this season.
The second international title started on 9 May The season was marked by two new entries. The club signed Harald Nickel of Eintracht Braunschweig.
With a transfer fee of 1. From Herzogenaurach came Lothar Matthäus. Borussia finished the season in seventh place. At home, the team won against Eintracht Frankfurt 3—2.
In the second leg on 21 May Eintracht Frankfurt won 1—0 against Borussia Mönchengladbach and secured the trophy due to the larger number of away goals scored.
In the s, Borussia could no longer build on the titles of the past decade and fell behind of the former rival from Munich. Due to the lack of ticket revenue from the small Bökelbergstadion the club had to sell top performers again and again.
Nevertheless, it was possible to settle frequently in the upper third of the Bundesliga and play in the championship fight. They replaced Wolfgang Kleff in goal to Uli Sude.
The team reached this season's sixth place in the table. The sporting record did not improve in the following two seasons. With a seventh place in Borussia missed the participation in the international competitions.
The following year, Uwe Kamps guarded the goal for the first time, and remained long-time goalkeeper for many years. In the —84 season Borussia played for the title.
It was the first time in the history of the Bundesliga that three clubs tied the table on the last matchday. In the same season, Mönchengladbach also lost the DFB-Pokal final to Bayern Munich on penalties, Lothar Matthäus and Norbert Ringels both missing from the spot after the game originally ended all square at 1—1.
Matthäus subsequently joined Bayern Munich for a then-record fee of 2. In the —85 season Borussia won 10—0 on Matchday 8 against Eintracht Braunschweig which is so far the last two-digit victory in Bundesliga history.
This remained the only goal of the evening, so that Borussia missed the entry into the final. The season —86 brought no sporting highlights in the Bundesliga with the club finishing fourth.
In the —87 season was again a coach change. Jupp Heynckes announced his move to Bayern Munich. The club nominated Wolf Werner as the new coach.
At the end of the season Borussia stood with the third place in the table for the last time in this decade at a UEFA Cup place.
It was also the first defeat in a European Cup game on the Bökelberg. After the departure of Jupp Heynckes , the era of long-standing engagements of head coaches ended.
In the first 23 years from to Borussia only had three instructors; Since the departure of Heynckes, Borussia had committed 16 new coaches until , with the exception of interim solutions.
It was Werner's release on 21 November that saw first premature dismissal of a coach at Borussia at all. Only three later coaches managed to succeed in Mönchengladbach for more than three years, Bernd Krauss — , Hans Meyer — and Lucien Favre — In the next season Borussia signed Stefan Effenberg , a player who worked long and successfully for the club.
Borussia finished the season in seventh place and thus missed the participation in international competitions. The early s followed a significant downward trend.
As a result of the sporting decline, the number of spectators at the Bökelberg was declining for the first time. In the following years Borussia placed in the midfield of the league.
In the Cup semi-final goalkeeper Uwe Kamps held on penalties all four penalties of the players of Bayer 04 Leverkusen.
Borussia reached the final. The final on 23 May saw the Mönchengladbachers lose against the club from second division Hannover 96 on penalties.
In , the club signed the players Heiko Herrlich and Patrik Andersson , and in , Stefan Effenberg came back, who played for Borussia Mönchengladbach from to Under coach Bernd Krauss , they managed a renewed connection to the Bundesliga top end.
Borussia would also win the Supercup against the German champions Borussia Dortmund a few months later. The team's performance slipped significantly in the s and Die Fohlen soon found themselves struggling in the lower half of the Bundesliga table.
The club dismissed coach Krauss due to the sporting failure. At the end of the season, the Mönchengladbacher were in 11th place.
None of the other four coaches to Krauss remained in office for more than a year. Under Friedel Rausch could Borussia only hold the bundesliga position after a dramatic season finale in Before the last matchday, the Borussia were three points behind a relegation zone.
On the final day of the season succeeded a 2—0 away win at VfL Wolfsburg ; Karlsruher SC lost to Hansa Rostock and went down due to the worse goal difference.
In the international arena, the season was disappointing despite two victories in the first round of the UEFA Cup against Arsenal.
Borussia lost in the second round of the first leg 2—4 against AS Monaco, the most recent victory Borussia reached with a 1—0 in Monaco, but were eliminated from the competition.
As a result, the team lost six matches and drew two draws, so they stood on the ninth day at the bottom of the table.
On the tenth and eleventh round followed by a defeat against Bayer 04 Leverkusen and a at Vfl Wolfsburg two high defeats in a row.
The team remained until the end of the season in 18th place. After a total of 21 lost games, the consequence was the first descent from the Bundesliga.
As a consequence of the descent, several top performers, including goalkeeper Robert Enke , defender Patrik Andersson and midfielder Karlheinz Pflipsen and Sebastian Deisler all left the club.
Finally, in , Gladbach were relegated to 2. Bundesliga , where they would spend two seasons. Upon returning to the Bundesliga in , Mönchengladbach remained uninspired as they continued to be mired in the bottom half of the league.
The first season in the 2nd Bundesliga started the same way as the previous one ended. Four points were missing for direct promotion.
On 1 August , Borussia Mönchengladbach celebrated the year anniversary of the club. Later, large-format posters with images of the players on the north and east sides were attached to the steel exterior of the stadium in Borussia Park.
Borussia won first place in the national fair play ranking in in the draw for a place in the UEFA Cup , but the lot was not drawn. A victory against the Alemannia would have been enough, because the final opponent Werder Bremen was already qualified for the UEFA Champions League due to the table position.
The season was under the motto Bye Bye Bökelberg , because on 22 May , the last Bundesliga match took place in Bökelbergstadion. Uwe Kamps came on in the 82nd minute and came to his th match in the Bundesliga.
In , Mönchengladbach appointed Dick Advocaat , who had guided the Netherlands national team to the semi-finals of UEFA Euro and was a successful manager at Rangers , as their new coach.
However, Advocaat was unable to turn the team's fortunes and resigned in April of the following year. Former Mönchengladbach player and German international Horst Köppel was appointed caretaker for the remaining five fixtures of the season.
Köppel had managed the club's reserves since leaving Borussia Dortmund in June For the —07 season , legendary Mönchengladbach player and coach Jupp Heynckes was appointed as team coach.
Borussia had taken steps to improve their financial situation with the construction of a new state-of-the-art stadium called Borussia-Park with a permitted capacity of 59, spectators limited to 54, for Bundesliga games and to 46, for international games.
The club had long been hindered by playing in a much smaller and older facility Bökelberg , capacity 34, and with the opening of the new stadium in can look forward to increased revenues through higher ticket sales and the ability to host lucrative international matches.
On the 31st matchday of the —07 season, Borussia Mönchengladbach were relegated from the Bundesliga after fellow relegation fighters Arminia Bielefeld upset Werder Bremen 3—2 while Mönchengladbach lost 1—0 at home to VfB Stuttgart.
They were promoted back to the Bundesliga on the 32nd match-day of the —08 season after winning the match against SV Wehen 3—0.
For the th anniversary of the club, the club brought out a DVD on which the club's story is told in a minute film.
On 28 July it was premiered in a cinema in Mönchengladbach. In the Bundesliga they succeeded after 16 years in getting.
Due to the seasonally poor athletic performance, a merger of leaders from the local economy founded the initiative Borussia , which accused the club management of mismanagement.
According to the initiative, the old, encrusted structures should be dissolved in order to give Borussia a future. So the money should be invested in the sport rather than in the planned museum complex with attached hotel.
At the Bundesliga home game against 1. The first newcomer in the winter break was the free transfer of striker Mike Hanke of Hannover On 13 February Michael Frontzeck was dismissed due to continued failure as a coach.
Borussia competed in two relegation matches against the second league team VfL Bochum and were able to prevent relegation with a 1—0 at home and a 1—1 draw in Bochum.
Under Favre, who took over in January , Borussia Mönchengladbach has in recent years shown ambitions to re-establish themselves in the top regions of the Bundesliga.
In the —11 season , after a disastrous first half of the season, Borussia Mönchengladbach managed to narrowly avoid relegation through the post-season relegation play-offs.
The following season, —12 , followed this up with a strong season in which they were for much of the year in contention for the championship and eventually finished in fourth place.
During the —13 Bundesliga season, after losing some key players, notably Marco Reus who was voted player of the year in the Bundesliga in the previous season, Borussia Mönchengladbach still contended for the international places until the last match day, eventually finishing in eighth place.
In the —14 Bundesliga season, they had another very successful year, achieving an excellent third-place after the first half of the season and finishing the season in sixth place, entering them into the —15 Europa League competition at the play-off stage.
The club found itself in a tough group  together with Juventus , Manchester City and Sevilla and although they finished bottom of the group, they claimed a respectable points tally of five, claiming draws home and away against Juventus and defeating eventual Europa League winners Sevilla 4—2 at home.
The club's fortunes immediately changed, as it won six-straight Bundesliga matches and eventually finishing the season in fourth position, earning qualification to the Champions League for a second successive season.
In the —17 season , Borussia drew a difficult group in the Champions League , but managed to finish in third place above Celtic and qualify for the UEFA Europa League knockout phase.
However, after a promising start in the Bundesliga, the club experienced a poor run of form exacerbated by injuries, and had dropped to the 14th position by the winter break.
Hecking began with three wins in four Bundesliga matches as Borussia rose to ninth place and also earned a place in the quarter-finals of the DFB-Pokal.
A new record transfer was made by the club for the season. For the German international and world champion Matthias Ginter , the club transferred 17 million euros plus bonus payments to Borussia Dortmund.
In the ninth edition of the Telekom Cup , Borussia had as early as January of the same year again to be content with the fourth and last place after a defeat on penalties against Werder Bremen and against TSG Hoffenheim.
In the league prelude, the Fohlenelf kept by a goal of Nico Elvedi 1—0 in the Rheinland derby against 1.
FC Köln the upper hand and "overwintered" after a final 3—1 home win against Hamburger SV to half-time as sixth with 28 points from eight wins, four draws and five defeats.
In the DFB Cup Borussia were eliminated on 20 December in the last competitive game of the year after a 0—1 defeat in the second round against Bayer 04 Leverkusen in the Borussia-Park at home, after the "Werkself" had already on the 9th matchday of the Bundesliga at the same place won 5—1.
The second round match failed; the decisive goal to 1—2 defeat at 1. FC Köln fell in the fifth minute of stoppage time. By contrast, the financial data in the financial year was more positive.
Despite a lack of participation in international competitions, the association posted the second-best result in its history with a turnover of The —18 season ended for Borussia after a 1—2 defeat at Hamburger SV left them in ninth place and thus missed, as in the previous year, the qualification for the European competitions.
The game was also the last for Hamburg in the highest German league after 55 years of uninterrupted affiliation. Thus, Borussia surpassed the previous record, which had been set by the club in an 8—0 victory in the away game at 1.
In the —20 Bundesliga , Mönchengladbach started the season well, and was on top of the league in December , after defeating Bayern Munich 2—1.
However, a shaky run of results in the second half of the season meant they ultimately finished in fourth place, 17 points behind champions Bayern.
After the DFB Cup match against the 1. FSV Mainz 05 on 25 October , a 6—4 win for Mönchengladbach , a fan friendship developed between Mainz and Borussia, which is now maintained by only a few supporters.
On the other hand, the long friendship with Liverpool F. Fans of Borussia travel to Liverpool at regular intervals to watch local Reds games.
Conversely, followers from Liverpool still use a visit to Mönchengladbach to symbolise the mutual fan friendship of both clubs.
The match in front of 51, spectators in the Borussia Park Mönchengladbach was won 1—0. By contrast, there is a strong sporting rivalry between Mönchengladbach and the regional rival 1.
FC Köln. Widely considered the most severe of Mönchengladbach's rivalries,  the animosities between Mönchengladbach and Cologne had their spark in , when Cologne manager Hennes Weisweiler switched allegiance in favour of Mönchengladbach.
Weisweiler is a central figure in both clubs' mythologies; the mascot of Cologne is named Hennes in his honour, whereas Mönchengladbach venerates Weisweiler as the coach of its "team of the century".
Mönchengladbach's stadium, Borussia-Park , is furthermore located at a road named Hennes-Weisweiler-Allee in Weisweiler's memory. This initial outrage on behalf of FC Köln supporters was soon met with a serious sporting rivalry: Although Cologne initially had had the athletic edge as a founding member of the Bundesliga and the league's first champion, Mönchengladbach quickly closed the gap.
Between the seasons —70 and —78 , Mönchengladbach won five championships, Cologne won one, and FC Bayern Munich secured the remaining three.
The 77—78 season has become remembered in both club's collective memories: Although Mönchengladbach defeated Borussia Dortmund in the highest victory in Bundesliga history with a crushing 12—0, Cologne carried the championship with a 5—0 win over FC St.
To add insult to injury, Cologne was back under the leadership of Hennes Weisweiler, the personified point of contention between both clubs.
Although neither club has been able to win a Bundesliga title since the —78 season, the rivalry remains, with several incidents of violence between supporters of both clubs.
Notably, Mönchengladbach is more likely to win than FC Köln even in away matches 24—10—17 in Mönchengladbach's favour.
Cologne defeated Mönchengladbach 4—1. The official club anthem is the song The Eleven of the Lower Rhine ,  which is sung before every home game.
The song was recorded by the group BO, the band of the fan project. It is accompanied by the sonorous announcement "Tor für die Borussia", by Rolf Göttel , who worked as honorary announcer of Borussia in Bökelbergstadion for decades.
A first mascot was created by manager Helmut Grasshoff and was called Bumsi. The head was a Telstar - style ball with eyes and black, curly hair.
The official mascot of the club since the season opener in , is the foal Jünter , whose name refers to the Mönchengladbach native and longtime Borussia player Günter Netzer.
Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. Borussia Mönchengladbach's five Bundesliga championships entitle the club to display two gold stars of the "Verdiente Meistervereine" [ clarification needed ].
Intercontinental Cup :. German Under 17 Champions :. Under 17 Bundesliga West. For a list of every Borussia Mönchengladbach player with 50 or more appearances, see List of Borussia Mönchengladbach players.
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