February 9th this morning, Dortmund played in the 1/8 final of the German Cup
China defeated Bochum 2-1.
General Dortmund said after the game that the team deserved to win and advance, and the goal hero Emre Can also talked about his lob shot.
Coach Terzic said: “Especially in the first 30 minutes it was a mediocre game. After that we adapted to the game and the field, the situation became very crazy. In the end we scored two beautiful goals, which is in
Bochum is not easy, so we are very happy to win and qualify here.”
Sports director Kyle: “It’s a matchup that we’re looking forward to. It’s a game with a lot of fighting and a lot of confrontation as a mark. But we could have made it easier for ourselves in the first half, we had that
“Due to the conditions of the field and the style of play in Bochum, we didn’t go into the game calmly. With that penalty, it was of course debatable whether it was handball or not. In the end this victory gave us a lot of confidence.”
Goalkeeper Kerber said: “The Bochum players are very aggressive in attack and run deep. We have our plan for how to play the game, but Bochum has done a good job in the high press.”
“The 1-0 goal before the break certainly helped us. We had a couple of good chances before that but we couldn’t take them. Our performance wasn’t outstanding but it was a good one.
A win we would love to take. We fought to get this promotion.”
Emre Can, who opened the scoring for Dortmund with a lob shot, said: “We participated in a battle, which is the key to the cup. Not everything in today’s game was great. We were not ideal in terms of passing.
But overall it was good. In the end it was a well-deserved victory.”
“In my goal, I actually didn’t shoot very well. If I didn’t have that good first touch, then I wouldn’t have hit the goal. When the opponent’s defender rushed over, I knew
It could be a goal. It’s a beautiful goal.”
When talking about the disaster caused by the recent earthquake after the game, Emre Can said: “My thoughts are with the people of Turkey, Syria and all the countries affected by the earthquake. There are things in the world that are more important than football. It is happening
It shows that football is not the most important thing in life.”