Borussia Dortmund Players Try To Placate Angry Fans After Yet Another Bundesliga Defeat (Video)

Alan Duffy

4th, February 2015


By Alan Duffy

The toast of European football only a year or so ago, Jurgen Klopp has seen his Borussia Dortmund side utterly collapse this season in the Bundesliga.

With a relegation battle already staring the Black and Yellows in the face, the 2012/13 Champions League finalists lost again, this time at home to Augsburg (1-0), who even had a player sent off midway through the second half. That defeat sees Klopp’s side bottom of the Bundesliga, a situation which is pretty incredible.

After the Augsburg loss on Wednesday, Dortmund Mats Hummels and Roman Weidenfeller went to try and placate their fans, as a rather shellshocked Klopp himself looked on. Bizarre scenes.

(Video: wclsport)

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  1. Vasko says:

    What the hell happened to them? I don’t follow German football closely enough but how can a team with so many quality players and such a brilliant manager who were competing for top honors just last season fall apart like this?

  2. LBRL says:

    Losing Götze and Lewanowski are big goals to replace. Credit to the Dortmund players for fronting up though.

  3. Per says:

    Great manager, great players, great fans, great club. This is just heartbreaking.

  4. Ryan says:

    I agree with @LBRL well done to the players for facing the fans. Wayne Rooney should take note, don’t curse at your detractors, calmly face them. I hope Dortmund can turn it around and save their season.

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