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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old August 21st, 2015, 09:09 Thread Starter
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[BL 2015/16 - matchday 02] FC Ingolstadt vs BVB

matchday 2 - Sunday 23.08.205
kick-off: 15:30

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post #2 of 10 (permalink) Old August 22nd, 2015, 11:33 Thread Starter
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dont expect any experiments by Tuchel for this one as we need a good start into the season. means we have to show Ingolstadt their limits and grab the 3 points. think we will start with the same formation as against Gladbach

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I don't know who'll start at right back because it seems like Lukasz Piszczek's got a bit of a knock, Erik Durm is still out too...I hope it won't be Gonzalo Castro after that horrible display from him against Odd...It will be a tricky match because we are playing away and we've been conceding in away games, mainly Europa League but hopefully Miki, Auba and Reus will continue their goal scoring form...3 points in the bag with a 1-3 win..thats my prediction...
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Good chance to take the lead in the table. 3-0 or 3-1 are enough.

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0-4 final score. Goals by ginter, reus, kagawa and pea.

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Congrats on ruining the perfect season for me.

I was more impressed today than I was against Gladbach because Gladbach made those amateurish mistakes.

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I just watched the game and honestly the scoreline flatters Dortmund. They were efficient without necessarily playing particularly well. I can't believe I'm saying this about a game that finished 4-0 but boy was it boring. Also, the Ingolstadt fans have got to be the most quiet football fans in Germany.
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Tarik, Dortmund weren't efficient at all in the first half. They spurned many opportunities - Reus, Mkhitaryan, PEA, Kagawa etc. all had good chances but they were all wasted. They had fewer chances in the second half but they were more efficient. I thought Dortmund were quite good against a very limited opponent, they were in cruise control really.

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Tarik, Dortmund weren't efficient at all in the first half. They spurned many opportunities - Reus, Mkhitaryan, PEA, Kagawa etc. all had good chances but they were all wasted. They had fewer chances in the second half but they were more efficient. I thought Dortmund were quite good against a very limited opponent, they were in cruise control really.
I know they were not efficient in the first half but when you analyze football games, you analyze them as a whole. And in the game as a whole they were efficient, much more efficient than in 90% of games last season. Wasting chances in the first half doesn't matter much if you end up winning 0-4 in the end, which is something Dortmund hasn't managed to do in a while before this game. In fact, it's in games like these last season that Dortmund lost or tied (Frankfurt away, Bremen away, Mainz away, Hamburg away, Augsburg at home, Koln at home etc.)
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Not a great first half because we wasted a lot of chances, but I'm glad we managed to sort that out and came back stronger in the second half....It was good to see Subotic in the lineup...Ginter is not bad as an alternative right back... Burki, Weigl and Schmelzer are continuing to impress me especially the latter since I thought he was finished but boy I was wrong...Another thing that impresses me the most about this Borussia Dortmund side is that we don't rely on one individual to score goals as was the case with Auba last season....Mkhitaryan, Reus, Aubameyang are scoring while Kagawa is getting there too....Its a great feeling to be on top of the Bundesliga and I hope we can keep on winning...
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