Reus: “We didn’t play well throughout the game”

Up until the 89th minute, Borussia Dortmund thought they were the winners against Werder Bremen, but then the promoted team turned the game around in added time and won 3-2. Marco Reus complained about the Westphalians’ lack of game control, but could not explain the reasons for this.

As on the first two matchdays, Werder Bremen made a brave appearance at Borussia Dortmund, while BVB could hardly get the game flowing. Black and yellow scored the first goal, Julian Brandt scored just before half-time to make it 1-0 (45+2). After the change of sides, Raphael Guerreiro made it 2-0 (77 ‘), but Werder went away as the winner due to a furious final sprint: In the 89th minute Lee Buchanan reduced it to 1: 2, in the third minute of added time Niklas Schmidt scored the Compensation and just two minutes later Oliver Burke refined the comeback with the goal to make it 3:2 (90+5).

Reus: “We had no control the whole game”
On the Sky microphone , BVB captain Marco Reus struggled less with the late goals conceded than with the performance over the entire 90 minutes: “We had no control throughout the game,” Reus complained, “we didn’t play well throughout the game. ” However, the 32-year-old could only guess the reasons for the shaky appearance: “If I knew that, we would probably have turned it off,” Reus quarreled and added: “It was a bit too wild. Then they do it in the 89th minute goal and come again.”

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