Borussia Dortmund supervisor Peter Stöger has mentioned that his aspect did not supply sufficient in assault in opposition to Hertha BSC on the Olympiastadion. Nevertheless, the 51-year-old additionally claimed that there have been positives to take from Dortmund’s second-half comeback.
Hertha striker Davie Selke put the hosts into the lead simply 42 seconds after the restart in Berlin, with Shinji Kagawa nodding Dortmund again onto degree phrases later within the second-half.
Regardless of neither aspect having the ability to discover a winner, Stöger was pleased with how his staff carried out following the introduction of 18-year-old striker Alexander Isak on Friday.
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“The opener was troublesome to defend, Hertha did nicely down the flank,” Stöger informed Eurosport (by way of bvb.de) relating to Hertha’s purpose. “And people balls into the field are all the time horrible. Selke did nicely too.
“We did not get into the sport as a lot as we wished within the first half and did not actually get at them. We have been a lot better within the second half, discovered the little pockets of house and have been rather more within the recreation.”
Hertha BSC supervisor Pál Dárdai additionally spoke after the sport, claiming that he was “happy” with claiming a degree in opposition to Dortmund, with Die Alte Dame now sitting comfortably 9 factors away from the relegation locations within the Bundesliga desk.
“After taking the lead we must always’ve scored the second purpose, we had the possibilities with our switch-play,” Dárdai mentioned. “However in the direction of the finish, Dortmund cranked it up after which it will get powerful in opposition to the world-class gamers they’ve. We’re happy with the purpose.”