The Westfalenstadion boiled when Anthony Modeste scored the last-second equalizer against Bayern on Saturday night. Edin Terzic's thoughts were also with his family at that moment.
BVB coach Edin Terzic has had a particularly emotional week. Not because Black & Yellow first managed an important away win in Seville in the Champions League. And not because Borussia caught up 2-0 in the classic against Bayern at the last second and still played a draw.
"It wasn't an easy week for me personally, I was very emotional. I don't want to talk about it, please. A few feelings came up," Terzic explained after the game on the Sky microphone - close to tears.
The 39-year-old lost his father last Sunday at the age of 72. After the Modeste equalizer, the BVB coach was seen looking up at the sky and stretching both hands up. A gesture that was certainly meant for his late father.
On Wednesday in Seville, Jude Bellingham ran to the coach after scoring and hugged him tightly. That too was certainly due to the fate of the Terzic family.
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This article was originally published on 90min.com/de as "Not an easy week" - BVB coach Edin Terzic had to cope with his father's death.