Borussia Dortmund coach Edin Tergić (41), who faces Chelsea, emphasized that the recent six-game winning streak is meaningless.
Borussia Dortmund will face off against Chelsea in the first leg of the round of 16 of the 2022-2023 European Football Association (UEFA) Champions League at Signal Iduna Park in Dortmund, Germany, on the 16th at 5 am (hereinafter referred to as Korean time). On the 15th, ahead of the game, the club reported on the press conference of Dortmund coach Edin Terjić through its official website.
“We are playing against a team that reached the top of the Champions League two years ago,” Tergić said.
The atmosphere in Dortmund is good right now. In the league that resumed after the break, it is running on a 6-game winning streak, and captain Marco Reus has returned from injury, as well as Sebastien Allé, who suffered from a long-term injury for 6 months. In addition, the two also tasted goals in recent league matches.
Unlike Dortmund, Chelsea are not in a good mood. In the last 5 league matches, they have 1 win, 3 draws and 1 loss, and the league standings are still in 10th place.
But he didn’t let his guard down. “What has happened in the league over the past few weeks doesn’t matter at all in this game. We start from zero. We want to fight at a high level in the first and second games. We are optimally prepared for that. We performed really well and I want,” he said.
“We know we need at least one win to qualify for the next round, and it’s easier for us to win at home with the support of more than 80,000 fans,” Tergić said. 바카라사이트
Terzic completed a coaching course with Porter in England. In response, he said, “Porter is a fantastic director with an impressive personality. We are still in constant contact and have been waiting for the day we will meet again.”
At the same time, he defended director Porter, who was in a slump. “It’s not always easy to analyze the whole thing,” he said. “And you never know exactly what line-up Chelsea will bring out. That’s why we have to be prepared for everything.”
“I’m expecting a great game. It’s not all over tomorrow. We have to play two games,” Tergić said.