Schampagne Football and the return of the Zak

Two games in four days vs Shakhtar and Schalke, and Gladbach produced composed and efficient displays in both, scoring eight and conceding just one. When the schedule is tightly packed as it is this season, it makes a difference that both games were at Borussia-Park – saving a bit on travel and tiredness – andContinue reading “Schampagne Football and the return of the Zak”

Shakhtar 0-6 Gladbach: Pléa takes charge as BMG’s cup overflows

Shakhtar Donetsk : (4-2-3-1) Trubin; Kornilenko, Khocholava, Bondar, Dodo; Marcos Antonio, Barberan; Solomon, Marlos, Tete; Taison Gladbach: (4-2-3-1) Sommer; Bensebaini, Ginter, Elvedi, Lainer; Kramer, Neuhaus; Thuram, Stindl, Hofmann; Pléa In short This was a phenomenal performance and a historic night for Gladbach. It was only their third win of the Champions League era in the competition, butContinue reading “Shakhtar 0-6 Gladbach: Pléa takes charge as BMG’s cup overflows”