Dortmund Reus Could Not Play This Weekend

Dortmund Reus Could Not Play This Weekend

Dortmund Reus Could Not Play This Weekend

Dortmund – Borussia Dortmund Steps to be creeping up the standings and secure a Europa League ticket will not go smoothly, after this weekend they will still be played without the presence of Marco Reus.

Dortmund is still stuck in the 9th position with 40 points from 31 matches. By leaving the league three weeks, they are still five points ahead of Schalke 04 in fifth place and three points of Augsburg in sixth position, which is the last spot of the Europa League zone.

In the remaining three games they will face Hertha Berlin, Wolfsburg and Werder Bremen. Three opponents are arguably quite heavy for Die Borussen and will increasingly severe as time against Hertha at Signal Iduna Park this weekend, Dortmund has not been able to play Reus.

Reus itself is called experience fatigue due to successive injuries hit this season and made 25 appearances that year player is not maximal. He had missed the offset Dortmund 1-1 Hoffenheim last week,

Not just Reus, Dortmund has not lowered Oliver Kirch, Lukasz Piszczek, and Roman Weidenfeller.

“Marco Reus can not be played this Saturday. We studied the injury later in more detail,” said Dortmund coach Juergen Klopp, as quoted by Soccerway.

“It seems like he can start training again mid-next week,” he continued,

“Oliver Kirch (knee) has returned to training, also Lukasz Piszczek (ankle) will soon recover.”

“Roman Weidenfeller will soon be back in training, but we’re still going to wear Mitchell Langerak in goal on Saturday,” said Klopp.