After the bitter from the U19 by Borussia Dortmund in the quarterfinals of the Youth League, young director Lars Ricken and coach Mike Tullberg harsh criticism of opponent Atlético Madrid practiced. The referee did not feel well with the BVB officers.
Great played and in the end excreted: the quarter-final duel in the Youth League against Atlético Madrid on Wednesday was for Borussia Dortmund’s U19 a bitter afternoon.
More than 19,000 spectators in the Signal Iduna Park signal, the guests from Spain reached a penalty gate through Javier Currás (31.) to make the move to the semifinals perfect. Bradley Fink spoke already in the initial phase (6.) a penalty for the strong BVB.
BVB coach looks “best game so far”
“That was our best game so far,” Dortmund’s coach Mike Tullberg praised his team after the final whistle to the “Ruhr news”. “The departure is really hurt.”
Dissatisfied showed the 36-year-old Den with the performance of the Austrian arbitrator Julian Weinberger. “For me that was not a penalty,” Tullberg commented the duel between BVB defender Souhaela Coulibaly and opponent Salim El Jabari, which ultimately led to the crucial goal for Atlético.
“Then, if in the end, not the players decide to decide the game, but the referee,” supplemented young boss Lars.
“So I would never see a BVB team play”
Both the Champions League hero of the BVB of 1997 as well as Tullberg did not leave good hair at the style of the Spaniards.
“As Atlético has played, I would never see a BVB team playing. That almost looked like handball,” Ricken ricked. Tullberg Unte: “I have never played against such a defensive team.”
The U19 of the BVB can now focus on the events in the A-Juniors Bundesliga West after the end of their European trip. After twelve of 17 matchdays, Borussia proves the first stage place there, with already seven points lead to pursuit of Bayer Leverkusen and eight meters in front of FC Schalke 04 in three.