Borussia Dortmund supervisor Peter Bosz has slammed the “ridiculous” objectives his aspect conceded in Friday’s 2-1 loss to Stuttgart.
The loss continued Dortmund’s latest hunch in type. Bosz’s males have now taken only one level from their final 5 league matches heading into Tuesday’s Champions League conflict with Tottenham.
Goalkeeper Roman Burki was at fault in each objectives on the night time, together with the opener when a botched back-pass between Burki and Marc Bartra led to an open-net objective for Stuttgart striker Chadrac Akol.
And Bosz mentioned after the match: “The defeat actually hurts. We got here right here to win, so we’re very upset. Whenever you see the objectives we conceded, it borders on the ridiculous. It hurts as a result of we really put in a comparatively good efficiency within the first half.
“The group carried out properly after conceding the early objective, solely the ultimate ball was missing. The second half wasn’t nearly as good. We have to maintain going, we cannot quit.”
Andre Schurrle, who noticed a penalty kick saved earlier than Maximilian Philipp fired within the rebound, echoed Bosz’s sentiments, calling the efficiency “annoying.”
“A match like that could be very irritating. After we just about handed them the opener on a plate, we really carried out comparatively properly within the opening interval,” Schurrle mentioned. “We had management, performed good soccer, moved the ball round and acquired near their objective. It was a disgrace that we did not handle to get a couple of objective.
“The second half was very annoying. We won’t enable a efficiency like that in our present scenario. We made too many errors and conceded one counter after one other. It was virtually harakiri stuff.
“The sport was finish to finish, and not using a midfield. As Borussia Dortmund, one of many high groups, we can not enable that. Each group has an opportunity in opposition to us if we play like that.”
In the meantime, Stuttgart boss Hannes Wolf hailed his aspect’s show, whereas acknowledging there was some luck concerned.
“Our techniques paid off completely. The early objective within the first half naturally performed into our palms, thereafter we acquired a bit fortunate in a number of conditions and did not defend so properly till the break.
“However we had been significantly better within the second interval, we must always’ve really scored a 3rd objective. I am extraordinarily happy with my group.”
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