Two top games are coming up in the Bundesliga tomorrow, Sunday. In addition to the duel FC Bayern against SC Freiburg, there is a clash between Union Berlin and Borussia Dortmund. But at BVB nobody talks about the top game, but about the criticism of defender Mats Hummels.
After the draw in the Champions League against Sevilla FC (1-1), Mats Hummels criticized his team for a lack of "game intelligence". That's why the top game at leaders Union Berlin has taken a back seat. BVB coach Edin Terzic now supports the 2014 world champion in his criticism. "In the past it was said: We are too nice to each other, but as soon as we say something, you only hear: This is angry speech. It was important to me that he used the word WE. He did that," said the head coach before the game at the Iron.
While Terzic is primarily concerned with the development of his team, Mats Hummels is also concerned with his own future. The central defender beckons an extension of his contract, which expires in the summer. At the latest after the World Cup in winter, talks should take place between BVB and the veteran, who has found his way back to his old form this season and has become the stabilizer of the shaky BVB defence.
This article was originally published on 90min.com/de as BVB coach Terzic supports Hummel's criticism.