Showing posts with label Marco Reus. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Marco Reus. Show all posts

Thursday, December 8, 2016

Auba and Reus outwit Real Madrid

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Marco Reus tied Real Madrid in knots in the Champions League group stages, as they each scored in an exceptional two-goal comeback.

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Friday, July 22, 2016

Reus and Götze bromance

Reus and Götze cartoon
As Mario Gotze rejoined Borussia Dortmund from Bayern Munich, Marco Reus spoke of his happiness that the pair had been reunited. The bromance lives on...

Tuesday, November 4, 2014

Bayern, Chelsea, City...? Top clubs make beeline for Reus

Marco Reus is the hottest property in Europe after Bayern Munich revealed his €25m (£18m) release clause, set to come into action next summer and there threatens to be an almighty scramble for his signature.

But with every elite side on the planet keen on Reus, it's inevitable that someone will get stung...
Friday, 31 October 2014 13:38

Wednesday, December 25, 2013

Bayern on top of the World

Bayern Munich brought their sensational 2013 to a spectacular end with victory at the Club World Cup on Saturday.

Pep Guardiola's side, who won the Bundesliga and Champions League last season, beat Raja Casablanca 2-0 in the final of the competition in Marrakesh.

Bayern wasted no time in establishing a hold on the game, scoring in the seventh minute through defender Dante, before Thiago Alcantara found the back of the net shortly after.

The victory leaves Bayern boasting an impressive trophy haul as the New Year approaches, and having shot to the top of the table in Germany heading into the winter break, there could be plenty more to come for Guardiola and Co.
Sunday, December 22, 2013 12:00

Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Jurgen's Kloppstars host Wenger's orchestra

Borussia Dortmund host Arsenal in the Champions League on Wednesday night with both sides looking to gain an advantage in a hugely competitive group.

But will the 80,000 supporters in the Signal Iduna Park be taking in a football match or a battle of the bands?

Jurgen Klopp compared the two club's contrasting styles as he spoke about Wenger. "He likes having the ball, playing football, passes... it’s like an orchestra," Klopp said, miming playing a violin.

"But it is a silent song. I like heavy metal more. I always want it loud."

No matter the football on show, one thing you can be certain of in a raucous Westfalenstadion is noise.
Wednesday, November 6, 2013 10:34

Friday, May 24, 2013

Can Dortmund stop the Bayern Munich juggernaut?

The Champions League final at Wembley Stadium is just a day away, and the big question is: can Borussia Dortmund stop the Bayern Munich juggernaut?

Jupp Heynckes' side has been simply unstoppable this season, romping to the Bundesliga title with a record points tally, booking a place in the DFB Pokal final against Stuttgart and demolishing the mighty Barcelona over two legs on their way to the final.

Dortmund, meanwhile, surprised many by negotiating their way out of a group featuring Manchester City, Ajax and Real Madrid, before eliminating the Spanish giants in the knockout stages.

Jurgen Klopp's men finished a staggering 24 points behind Bayern in second place in the league, but both domestic meetings between the two have ended as 1-1 draws.

Can Klopp mastermind a victory over the German powerhouse, even without the injured Mario Gotze? 

Saturday, October 13, 2012

Rampant Germany hit Ireland for six

Even the most optimistic of Republic of Ireland fans may not have been expecting to defeat Germany, but the 6-1 hammering in Friday's World Cup qualifier certainly wasn't part of the plan for Giovanni Trapattoni's men.

Doubles from Marco Reus and Toni Kroos, alongside goals for Mesut Ozil and Miroslav Klose, ensured Joachim Low's men secured a rampant win at the Aviva Stadium.

And while Andy Keough may have grabbed a late consolation goal, there is no denying that the Irish were smashed out of the park by their German counterparts...

Thursday, October 4, 2012

Hart saves the day for Manchester City

Manchester City had Joe Hart to thank on Wednesday as the England goalkeeper produced a superb performance in the Champions League against Borussia Dortmund.

The City shot-stopper was in top form at the Etihad making several sensational saves as the German champions took the lead through Marco Reus and threatened to add many more in a dominant second-half showing.

Ultimately it was Mario Balotelli who showed nerves of steel to net a late, late penalty and salvage a draw for the Premier League champions, but there was no denying that the real hero was City's No.1.