Hummels admits the red card made the team harder. Borussia Dortmund defender Mats Hummels has revealed that Mahmoud Daoud’s red card in the first half. Had put the team in a lot of hard work in the past few games.
Dortmund lost 1-0 to Borussia Monchengladbach in the Bundesliga on Saturday. The away team had to be left with 10 men. When Mahmoud Daoud was sent off in the 40 minute.
After the game, Hummels stated that the red card caused the team to work even harder. Because before that. He had to be behind the young lion in the 37 minute.
“We put ourselves in a very difficult job. With having to have someone fired It turned out to be normal for me. To be a very difficult game.” The 32-year-old said.
“We are missing two cores that affect the game: Erling (Haaland) and Marco (Reus).
“We are also missing the other attacking players. A lot of times we are lacking in attacking dangerous areas of the opponent. However we should have done better. It was a 50-50 game until the red card. We worked. In terms of protection. It’s very good and showed the power of desire in the second half. But we cannot control the timing.”