BVB: Stars react to Mats Hummels criticism after cup win Sports

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BVB stars react to Hummel criticism

In the cabin, it’s a problem…

After the embarrassing bankruptcy in the league on Sunday at Union Berlin, the BVB trembles in the cup on Wednesday evening Hannover 96 2-0 in the round of 16. Dortmund was able to thank its outstanding goalkeeper Gregor Kobel (24) for continuing to dream of the final in Berlin.

After the match, Mats Hummels (33)’s criticism of his family is also in the spotlight.

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What happened? The defensive star is known for clearly dealing with anomalies and errors after a game. Against Sevilla and Union Berlin, the defender was annoyed by unnecessary ball losses and a lack of game intelligence. Raw text spoken on camera. This really annoys his teammates.

Now his colleagues are speaking.

In the post-match interview, BVB star Emre Can (28) made clear Hummels’ public criticism of his own playing on ‘Sky’. “Everyone is different. I prefer to do it internally, I prefer to discuss all of this internally. But everyone has to find out for themselves. I would do it differently. Everyone has to know for themselves.”

BVB star Mats Hummels

BVB star Mats Hummels


But he also says, “I’m not one for that. The Mats are different there, I can’t blame him for that.”

In addition to Can, goalkeeper Kobel, who has been instrumental in the progress at Hannover, also has his say: “I think it takes a good mix. It’s appropriate in the situation we find ourselves in right now. ” And carry on. “But it’s also important that we address this in the team.”

Means: Can (correctly) agrees with teammate Hummels. BVB make too many unnecessary mistakes that result in goals conceded.

But what really bothers the stars is that Dortmund’s No.15 doesn’t tackle dressing room issues first. Either way, it’s not for everyone.

BVB coach Erdin Terzic (38) is also not happy with his team’s performance, saying after the cup performance in Hannover: “We need to be more mature. You need some form of motivation intrinsic on the part of the guys to want to turn it off themselves.

Terzic also criticizes the team for being too sluggish in one or the other phase of the match. “Yes, in certain phases yes. This is obvious. Otherwise, we would turn it off and improve it. We don’t learn anything from it. “Boom!

It’s starting to boil more and more on all sides in Dortmund! Only a home victory against VfB Stuttgart on Saturday will prevent the camel from overflowing…

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