Bosz Praise Dortmund’s Collective Performance

Bosz Praise Dortmund’s Collective Performance

After his team’s 6-1 victory over Borussia Moenchangladbach, Borussia Dortmund coach Petr Bosz praised the collective performance featured by Die Borussen.

In the game, Pierre Emerick Aubameyang and Maximillian Philip successfully became a star for BVB.

Aubameyang managed to record a hat trick, while Phillip successfully recorded a brace for them. Julian Weigl successfully closed the BVB victory, with a spectacular volley, and Bosz emphasized that the victory could happen, because of the good collective performance.

“The players who helped in the process of goal creation, also have a big role,” said the former Ajax Amsterdam coach told reporters.

“That’s the reason, why I call our performance today, as a great collective performance. You can not win against an organized team, if you only rely on two great strikers you have. “

Ancelotti Praise Appearance James Rodriguez

Ancelotti Praise Appearance James Rodriguez

Bayern Munich coach, Carlo Ancelotti, admitted satisfied to see the performance of James Rodriguez. Ancelotti revealed this after Bayern won 3-0 over Schalke 04 in the Bundesliga continued at the Veltins Arena on Tuesday (09/09/2017) local time.

James contributed to the victory. The 26-year-old scored in the 29th minute to complete Robert Lewandowski’s goal through the penalty spot in the 25th minute and Arturo Vidal (75 ‘).

The Colombian international made three special things as well as his first goal for Bayern. He played for the first time as a starter since imported from Real Madrid in the summer transfer market in 2017 and incised first assists to help Vidal score goals.

Ancelotti catapulted praise regarding the impressive performance of former US player Monaco. In fact, James has not been in the best fitness after a thigh muscle injury.

“He played well, played with the team, for the team, together with other players featuring a combination of beautiful games,” Ancelotti said as reported by from

“I think his fitness condition is better because he is not 100 percent, but what he did today is very good,” he said.