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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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Borussia Dortmund and Borussia Mönchengladbach provided each other with a tough test to kick off their Bundesliga campaigns. Matching up in similar three-at-the-back shapes, these two were generally tough to separate in this contest. It was Dortmund’s young attacking core that provided the cutting edge that Mönchengladbach lacked as a notable attacking pair were absent […]

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The final matchday of the 2019-20 Bundesliga season saw Borussia Mönchengladbach needing only one point to secure Champions League participation. Marco Rose’s side delivered on this aim in style, as striker Breel Embolo put the finishing touches on a superb season for one of Germany’s great entertainers. Tactical analysis and match report by Manasvin Andra.  With […]

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Tactical analysis SC Freiburg Borussia Mönchengladbach 1-0 Bundesliga

With just four games left on the schedule, SC Freiburg and Borussia Mönchengladbach both could not afford to lose, if they were to compete in their desired European competition. Gladbach dominated possession, got into fantastic positions and created great chances. However, the head of Nils Petersen puts their Champions League dreams into total disarray. Tactical […]

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