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Gladbachs Neuhaus establishes the battle announcement at the BVB: “We want to hurt Dortmund again”

After a sobering pocket, the form curve showed Borussia Mönchengladbach Florian Neuhaus last back up. The midfield man seems to have recognized the seriousness of the situation as well as his teammates. In front of the West Duel at BVB on Sunday (from 17:30 in the live ticker), the national player has shown the new self-confidence of the foal.

Borussia Dortmund vs. Borussia Mönchengladbach | Full Game | DFB-Pokal 2019/20 | 2nd Round

Through the 3: 2 victory against FC Augsburg last weekend, a load has fallen from the shoulders of Gladbach professionals. In Dortmund, Florian Neuhaus and Co. want to prove that the success was not a mayfly.

Plus: At the coming opponents, the protégés of coach Adi Hütter still have good memories. The first leg in September had won the Gladbacher with 1: 0.

Neuhaus is self-confident in the signal Iduna Park. “We want to hurt Dortmund again. We know exactly how important this game is in our situation,” the 24-year-old realized in an interview with the “picture” clear.

Gladbach wants to attack the BVB

One possible advantage is that you do not go to the game as a favorite. “The big ones do the game against us – and we have our strengths then in the switching game. We get so spaces that meet us,” Neuhaus revealed.

On Thursday evening, the DFB star has already operated opponent observation, when Dortmund in the Europa League against the Rangers from Glasgow Antrat and 2: 4 (0: 2) underged. “Sure, that was a compulsory program,” says Neuhaus.

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In recent months, the midfield actor banished in the meantime was repeatedly associated with a farewell from Gladbach. As possible new employers, among other things, FC Bayern and – excluded – the BVB was traded.

On a question about his willingness to extend his regularly to his contract until 2024 contracts, Neuhaus reacted. “We are currently in a difficult situation, so we have to come out. I like to live in here and now,” explained the Borussa.