Terzic laments “poor defending” after loss to Gladbach

Terzic laments

Germany: Bundesliga

J. Hofmann (4), R. Bensebaini (26), M. Thuram (30), K. Kone (46)

J. Brandt (19), N. Schlotterbeck (40)

By Rune Gjerulff   @runegjerulff

Edin Terzic was critical of Borussia Dortmund’s defending following their loss to Gladbach last night.

Edin Terzic.

Borussia Dortmund coach Edin Terzic was left to rue “poor defending” and “unforced errors” after watching his side slip to a 4-2 defeat at the hands of Gladbach on Friday.
“We created enough chances to equalise in the first half, and I think it was more like a 3-3 at half-time than a 3-2,” Terzic said in a post-match interview with ESPN.

“But when you see the opportunities we game them to score after unforced errors and poor defending in many situations, you can’t really complain about conceding four goals.

“At half-time, we talked about getting a good start to get back into the game and about creating a lot of chances like we did in the first half, but then we conceded again from their first opportunity, and then it was basically game over after 46 minutes,” said Terzic after Dortmund’s second defeat in a row.

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