Historic catastrophe after derby bankruptcy: Borussia Mönchengladbach fell into a deep autumn depression just 39 days after flipping the trophy against Bayern Munich. Adi Hütter’s side suffered their highest home defeat in the Bundesliga in 23 years after an underground performance in 0:6 (0:6) against SC Freiburg and dropped to 13th place.
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“Oh, how cute,” he roared through the slightly packed Borussia Park even before the break. Gladbach fans sang with contempt, Freiburg fans delighted – but not everyone believed. Because they tested the history of the Bundesliga: it was already 0:6, after only 25 minutes Freiburg scored five goals away from home – as the first club in the history of the league.
“We played shit and absolute disaster,” Patrick Hermann said after the Borussia Moenchengladbach 0:6 (0:6) disaster against Pricegauer. dazn. Sports director Max Eberl found the first half to be “partly surreal,” and asked himself, “Why not resist?”
For coach Adi Hütter, after a week of bitter 1:4 bankruptcy in the derby at 1. FC Köln, things are slowly getting uncomfortable. The Austrian doesn’t have to worry about his job, even after his biggest home defeat in 23 years and relegation to 13th. “You go one way,” Eberle said. “That means you go through thick and thin.”
SC Freiburg with a lightning historical start in Gladbach
Hutter himself apologized to the public for “our unacceptable behaviour”. His team was “in shock”, “it just wasn’t possible for me”.
Older Gladbach fans might remember the last 6-0 in the first half: in April 1978 in the 12-0 win over Borussia Dortmund, the highest win in Bundesliga history, the colts had hit the colts, not the opponents.
Freiburg coach Christian Streiche also found the memorable first half to be “a little strange”, with Maximilian Eggstein (second), Kevin Schad (fifth), Philipp Leinhart (12th), Nicholas Hoefler (19th) and Lucas Hoehler (25th). ). ) and Nico Schlotterbeck (37.) punished the many shortcomings of the host with coldness.
Freiburg ended its three defeats streak with the highest victory in league history. So they are in the Champions League position even after round 14.
The guests got off to a great start: After Shady’s preliminary work, Egstein took the lead from close range. Shady followed Christian Gunther’s cross after just three minutes. Defending the five-time German champion was like a pile of chicken. Neither room layout nor design – the residents of Freiburg were amazed at their freedom. Central defender Lienhardt has already scored his fourth goal of the season, and Hoeffler, Haller and Schlutterbeek have scored two, three and four headers at Borussia Park.
Gladbach fans react with whistles
Gladbach fans among the 10,025 spectators reacted early to their first home defeat of the season with a whistle. Some left the field after the first half.
and hooter? He was shocked on the sidelines and reacted to his team’s presentation with a double change half an hour later. Stefan Lehner and Alasan Blea had to go down – the coach could have replaced the other nine players.
Mönchengladbach – SC Freiburg: squad
Mönchengladbach: Sommer – Ginter, Elvedi, Bensebaini – Lainer (29 Herrmann), Zakaria, Kone, Scally – Hofmann – Thuram (71st Stindl), Plea (29th Embolo)
Freiburg: Flekken – Kübler, Lienhart (82. Gulde), Nico Schlotterbeck (82. Keven Schlotterbeck), Günter – Eggestein (74. Haberer), Höfler – Schade (61. Sallai), Grifo – Demirovic (74. Jeong), Höler
Mönchengladbach – SC Freiburg: votes
Adi Hütter (Coach Borussia Mönchengladbach): “After this defeat it is not easy to find words. This is inexplicable. The disappointment is great.”
Christian Streiche (Coach SC Freiburg): “In the first 30 minutes, every shot was there. I’ve never seen anything like it. The team played a great game. In the second half we worked hard and with will.”
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