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post #1 of 17 (permalink) Old April 27th, 2015, 10:45 Thread Starter
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[DFB Pokal - Semi-final] FC Bayern München vs BVB

Tuesday 28.04.2015
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BVB goalkeeper Roman Weidenfeller suffered some pelvic bruising and a torn ligament in training on Friday. Due to this injury Weidenfeller will be out for about two weeks.

This means that the goalkeeper will miss the matches against FC Bayern Munich (DFB Cup), TSG Hoffenheim and probably also against Hertha BSC (both in the Bundesliga).


this fact doesnt change much, as Mitch is our Pokal-goalkeeper but i am "happy" for him that the finally gets some more matches. Mitch Langerak is still unbeaten against Bayern, 3 matches - 3 victories.

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Would be great to beat them one last time for Klopp and have a crack at the trophy again to send him off on a winning note, but it'll be tough. I have to say that I do feel a bit more confident now than I did when the draw was made and our chances are better of beating them in a semi rather than a final, especially with the injury problems they have at the moment. We'll certainly be up for the occasion and make it tough for them as usual, just a matter of defending well as a team and taking our (few) chances.

Really like that projected lineup btw, think it's the best we can put out with Piszczek not quite yet ready and Sahin still missing. Have doubts on Klopp starting Kagawa though as he's benched him in every big game this year and he might opt for a harder working midfielder to free up Reus and PEA, could see Heno or Kampl get the nod instead. We'll see.

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The lineup is exactly as posted above by Mich with Alomerovic, Ginter, Subotic, Kehl, Mkhitaryan, Kampl, and Ramos on the bench. So Immobile and Piszczek don't make the cut in the end but good to see Klopp put his faith in Kagawa in a big game for once this season. Let's hope he delivers.

On the other hand, Pep has gone with Weiser instead of Gotze and Rafinha as a CB. Also thrown Benatia into the fire and left out Schweini. Interesting decisions from him, hope we could take advantage of their weakened right side though. Hummels, Gundogan, Reus, and Kagawa need to have big games if we are to get through here and to the final. Heja BVB!

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So damn proud of this team. We had a lot of luck to get through but you need things to fall your way sometimes in order to win and we earned it with that spirited fight back in the second half.

I see that none of the Bayern supporters/sympathizers/fan boys don't have any congratulations to give but want to complain about a handball in the box for them. Seems as if they forget that Kampl got sent off for just making two fouls and Alonso got away with worse or that they forgot that we had a legit goal disallowed in last year's final which changed everything. Very interesting behavior from them.

But who cares, after such a long and disappointing season, to have a game like this and prevail over them in such circumstances is just fantastic and a moment to savor for Dortmund fans everywhere. Hope we go on to win the final now to give Klopp the perfect send-off. Heja BVB!


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So damn proud of this team. We had a lot of luck to get through but you need things to fall your way sometimes in order to win and we earned it with that spirited fight back in the second half.

I see that none of the Bayern supporters/sympathizers/fan boys don't have any congratulations to give but want to complain about a handball in the box for them. Seems as if they forget that Kampl got sent off for just making two fouls and Alonso got away with worse or that they forgot that we had a legit goal disallowed in last year's final which changed everything. Very interesting behavior from them.

But who cares, after such a long and disappointing season, to have a game like this and prevail over them in such circumstances is just fantastic and a moment to savor for Dortmund fans everywhere. Hope we go on to win the final now to give Klopp the perfect send-off. Heja BVB!

You can't be serious. I actually mentioned Alonso. :rollani:

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You can't be serious. I actually mentioned Alonso. :rollani:
Wasn't even talking about you but that troll cagane who only mentioned the Schmelzer handball at all as a critical point in the game.

Alonso should have been sent off more deservedly than Kampl should have. He made two fouls after coming on, neither of them too malicious, and got booked for both. The referee was crap, simple as that, he didn't favor either team.

You didn't see me cry as much about the Hummels goal in the final last year as your forum is doing about the Schmelzer handball. It's a cup game, anything can happen in these and sometimes you have luck on your side sometimes you don't. Last year we didn't but this time we did and I like to think that we earned it after fighting back well in the second half. Don't see what's wrong with that at all.

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I guess you noticed I was talking a lot about our missed chances. But of course - and you can't deny that - the handball was the very first debatable scene in the game and therefore of course would have had the biggest impact.

But I also agree with Neuer (that was a great interview) when he said "the way we did the penalties today we would have missed anyway".

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how crazy was it that they both slipped almost exactly the same! then Goetze stepped up like he was standing on ice!! mental


and yeah Bayern should of had a blatant pen earlier in game

also agree that Alonso could easily of got a second yellow


not a good night at all for Bayern with RObben getting injured again as well. Barca must be licking their lips!

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The Schmelzer handball was a clear penalty but given that Bayern have been awarded several cheap penalties in the league and the CL in recent years I personally wasn't disappointed that it wasn't given. What goes around comes around.
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awesome win! didnt expect anything after the first half where we did exactly nothing.
Heja BVB! proud of the team that they made it to berlin!


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Mickey really had a strong impact on the match when subbed in. also Socratis had a very good game i would say, strong in the one on ones and they didnt offer much for Lewandowski despite of the goal on this counterattack.

so, Bayern missed 4 penalty kicks but still think they would have scored after the Schmelzer handball?

and, MIIIIIIIIIITTTTTCH!!!!!!!!!!!

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no big surprise yesterday, Wolfsburg beat Bielefeld with 4-0 and are the team to beat in the final

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Yeah, was never really in doubt. Should be a good final though with plenty of attacking talent on display between two of Germany's rising powers in recent years. Hope we'll have Piszczek, Sahin, and the rest available for it so we can give Klopp the farewell he deserves.

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I guess you noticed I was talking a lot about our missed chances. But of course - and you can't deny that - the handball was the very first debatable scene in the game and therefore of course would have had the biggest impact.

But I also agree with Neuer (that was a great interview) when he said "the way we did the penalties today we would have missed anyway".
Well, Gagelmann apologized afterwards so clearly admitted he made a mistake there (although it meant nothing by then anyways). I'd disagree about that being the first debatable scene, I thought we could have had one for a Benatia handball earlier than that which wasn't given. I still think Kampl was harshly sent off especially when considering what Alonso got away with.

Gagelmann was a joke in this game. That scene during extra time when he gave Dortmund a freekick about 20 seconds after playing advantage before coming back to give it surely must have broken some sort of refereeing law, don't think it is allowed anywhere to do that. He lost all control of the game and badly too.

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