YlonenXabi wrote:How can you say that Dortmund don't deserve the title? If they finally win BL it will be TOTALLY DESERVED.
They lost their key player (Sahin), they are having big trouble with injuries (First Barrios, then Subotic, then Götze and now both Götze and Kagawa)... but even with that they are at the top of the table being the most consistent team in BL. We lost Schweini because of an injury and look what happened to us. Added to that they kicked our ass in BL for the third time in a row.
What Gladbach is doing this season is amazing and nobody expected it, but Dortmund 100% deserves being at the top of the table
AssemFCB wrote:Has anyone realized that it's been over 300 minutes since we last conceded?
Mazen96 wrote:Can't believe some of you guys already gave up on the title. We're in the middle of February for crying out loud, ok we're 3rd but we're 4 points from the top. It's not like last year when we were 19 points off the top.
bayern4l wrote:"I am not so much worried about the league table as about our performance though. If we continue to play like we did today, it will be very hard to win the Bundesliga title."
bayern4l wrote:Bayern Munich captain Philipp Lahm was frustrated with his side's performance in their 0-0 draw away to lowly Freiburg on Saturday.
Germany international Lahm said Bayern lacked aggression, and has warned his team-mates they must improve to stay in the race for the Bundesliga title.
"We did not invest enough (effort) in the first half," he said.
"We weren't prepared to run hard enough, we weren't aggressive enough, we didn't show up in fact."
"We have plenty to discuss over the next few days. The result is a huge setback. Before the weekend, it was in our own hands, but we've thrown away that position now."
"I am not so much worried about the league table as about our performance though. If we continue to play like we did today, it will be very hard to win the Bundesliga title."
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