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After a first half of comfortable control, Borussia Mönchengladbach adjusted their forms of shot creation and blazed through a fragile Werder Bremen defense. This result has relegated Bremen for only the second time in their history.  Tactical analysis and match report by Joel Parker.  Forty years. That is how long Werder Bremen had remained in the […]

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After twelve consecutive defeats, Mönchengladbach have finally beaten their fellow Borussia team. In a chaotic, fast-paced, and open game, Marco Rose’s team adapted after strong Borussia Dortmund counterpressing got them in front. Once taking the lead, Gladbach exposed Dortmund’s poor ball circulation and inflicted further punishment for a huge win. Tactical analysis and match report […]

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Gladbach have beaten Hansi Flick’s Bayern Munich again. Coming from two goals down, their elite transitional play exposed continuous defensive issues on the right, as Jonas Hofmann ran riot with his diagonal movements down the channel.  Tactical analysis and match report by Joel Parker. Before the Bundesliga marketing department created Der Klassiker, the original big game […]

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The pressure was at a historic high for Real Madrid, but in turn, they put the pressure on their visitors early. Borussia Mönchengladbach were thus prohibited from getting into a rhythm in possession all game. Madrid would capitalize on the advantages they had on the flanks, especially attacking the right side, to set up a […]

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In a game of hectic attacks, organized transitions and questionable defending, Bayer Leverkusen and Borussia Mönchengladbach provided vintage Bundesliga action. Although the hosts outplayed their North-Rhine counterparts, it was Gladbach that would be made to rue missed opportunities, created on the counterattack.  Tactical analysis and match report by Joel Parker. Back in May, both Leverkusen and […]

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Though the Bulls raised him, loanee Hannes Wolf delivered a first Bundesliga defeat to his parent club, in a game that was unusually dim considering what we have come to expect from these teams. The change of shape for Leipzig banished their efficient positional play, into a regressive buildup structure, whilst Borussia Mönchengladbach had passing […]

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Mönchengladbach’s compact block and intense pressing provoked many problems to Inter’s buildup, but with the time passing and a tactical plan leaning on the likes of Lukaku, Antonio Conte’s team managed to improve and create many chances. The fruits of their offensive effort were almost nullified by two mistakes that led to the guests’ goals; […]

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