Borussia Dortmund have been the most disappointing team in all of European football. Not only did they manage a draw against Belgian giants Andrelect, they are also in 16th place of the Bundesliga. That is just 2 spots above a regulation. Borussia Dortmund is coming off their worst start in franchise history. They are filled with world class players who are ready to leave for Manchester United or City during this winter trading deadline.
Jurgen Klopp says it is not his fault, but his team is suffering off too many injuries. He should just shut his mouth because he is thinking that Marco Reus is his only player that can get Dortmund a victory and he will not return from his knee ligament sprain until January 19th.
Marco Reus is the team's top player. He leads Borussia with 2 goals and 3 assists before being outdated against Entrant Frankfurt due to a knee injury. Reus has been the most important player for Dortmund in his previous seasons, leading them to 2 Bundesliga titles in 2010-11 and 2011-12. He led Dortmund to a second place finish in the 2012-13 UEFA Champions League, losing 2-1 to rivals Bayern Munich.
Former Bayern centre back Mats Hummels has gained several years of experience working with Serbian centre-back Neven Subotic. However, they have not combined a very good pair on the defense either, offering to allow 22 goals while they have managed to score just 15 goals.
Ciro Immobile and Adrian Ramos, picked up from Torino FC and Hertha BSC Berlin, they have only managed to score single goals for Borussia this season. Aubameyan has managed to score 3 goals as well for Borussia, but it is still not a good enough number for Dortmund.
Shinji Kagawa returned to Dortmund after 2 unsuccessful seasons for Manchester United. He could not show he wanted to play for the reds any more after a dreadful World Cup performance with Japan, but should be regretting his decision because United is in 3rd place of the Barclays Premier League and are the winners of 6 straight. This is a team that will need some help for sure, because their players are not getting along very well these days. Dortmund has a record of 4-2-9 for just 14 points. At least it is better than Parma.