Dortmund fans were impressed.
Dortmund drew 2-2 with Mainz in the final round of the 34th round of the German Bundesliga in the 2022-23 season held at Signal Iduna Park in Westphalia, Germany on the 27th at 10:30 pm (Korean time). With this, Dortmund (71 points) tied Bayern Munich on points, but fell behind on goal difference and stayed in second place.먹튀검증
The victory that came before my eyes was frustrated at the end. As of the end of the 33rd round, Dortmund had 70 points and Bayern Munich had 68 points, a two-point gap. Munich was ahead in terms of goal difference, so the best way not to count the number of cases was ‘victory’. However, Dortmund allowed Mainz only two runs in the first half and was drawn 0-2, and it was only in the second half of extra time that they balanced, but could not win. In addition, Munich defeated Cologne 2-1 with Jamal Musiala’s theatrical goal in the 44th minute of the second half. In the end, the whereabouts of the championship cup changed at the end.
cruel result. Dortmund and Munich were tied at 71 points. However, Munich had a goal difference of +54 and Dortmund +39. Not on points, but on goal difference.
Signal Iduna Park was in shock. Fans and players all shed tears. I expected to be able to win the championship for the first time in 11 years since the 2011-12 season, but it ended up being a waste. ‘Captain’ Marco Reus fell on the ground and couldn’t get up for a while.
Dortmund fans did not boo or criticize despite the failure to win. Rather, they comforted and supported the team called Dortmund with hot applause. In addition, they welcomed the players and coaches with a beautiful cheering slogan.
According to German media outlets, Dortmund’s players and coaches lined up in front of the supporters’ seats. Afterwards, Dortmund fans chanted the name of manager Edin Tergić. Tergić then burst into tears that he had been holding back. In addition, the fans sent their support, saying, “Even if we win and stand on the top, and even if we lose and fall to the bottom, we still sing. Borussia, BVB!”
Dortmund is third in the number of championships (8 times) in the first division of Germany, following Munich (33 times) and Nuremberg (9 times). We aim to win again next season and rank second in the number of victories of all time.