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Discussion in 'Germany' started by soccerfreak #1, Nov 7, 2003.
On sunday we got our match against struggling Bayern.
And it´s time for our second away win!
This is the line up from the official BVB-website www.bvb.de
Weidenfeller - Fernandez,Woerns,M.Metzelder(Bergdolmo),Jensen - Reuter - Odonkor,Ricken,Senesie - Koller,Ewerthon
Bergdolmo very doubtful cause of knee problems, with Malte as replacement, Gambino replaced by Senesie, cause he is overplayed and Odonkor as replacement for Kehl.
For those of us in the USA the game can be seen on FSW 11:30 ET.
All on the same weekend. Looks like the social life is sitting tight for a few days.
Don't forget Liverpool-ManU prior to the Bayern-BVB match
Isn't David Odonkor a striker?
I haven't seen this guy play yet
This is true.
This Game is Live on Fox Sports World, 11:30 EST
Want a little quiz?
Here is one:
Who will make his first league debut for BVB against Bayern?
(got 5 minutes)
Minute 2-Ballack off a free kick hits he post.
Minute 6-Scramble for Bayern, header off the crossbar, then off the post. Dodging early bullets.
Minute 19-Off the Crossbar again for Bayern. This is getting worse.
We slept too close to the fire. Ballack.
Ewerthon back the other way, shouldve been a corner. Ewerthon booked for "sarcastic remarks"
Reuter sent off in the 42nd minute
Too tough, ah?
It´s 19 yo amateur Markus Brzenska!
Oh, yeah. thats´s something to be proud of......
winning 4:1 at home against a team that playes without 14!! players.
Would have been very interesting if bayern also would have played without 14 players.
Lizarazu, Sagnol, Linke, Kovac, Demichelis, Ballack, Jeremis, Hargreaves, Deisler, Scholl, Salihamidzic, Ze Roberto, Schweinsteiger and Makaay?
Doesn´t sound that funny, ey?
Just a cheeky remark don't get your panties in a knot. During the match I was thinking how Bayern would fair if Dortmund were full strengthed after this "crisis" and whether the intensity Bayern brought to the game would still be there. The result could have been very different.
Still it makes my day when we get one over Dortmund.
The last eleven standing at least took on the fight!
(jonam) BVB travelled with next to no hope to Bavaria to face mighty FC Bayern. With 14(!) players missing they showed some passion but were at last easily defeated by the Redwhites and lost 4-1. Not a shame to get back to Dortmund without a point as the Borussen at least fought back. At halftime already one man down and trailing 0-1 they managed not to get slaughtered....
the whole match report plus picture gallery now on http://www.schwatzgelb.com !
a video made by a bvb supporter in sunday's guest (bvb) section:
http://www.abi01.de/abikalypse/muenchen01.avi (ca. 6mb)