Just now it looked as if Borussia had the worst in terms of injury worries. The bank was again occupying a prominent position against Werder Bremen. But in the 3-1 it has Laszlo Benes (22) and Christoph Kramer (28) met. Coach Marco Rose (43): "I do not know when we could change last time if we wanted to."
Nuri Sahin with the bad foul
But: The two did not get it as bad as was to be feared especially at Benes. Werder's Nuri Sahin (31) moved with his stabs towards the Slovak's ankle on the edge of a dismissal. Benes had to be supported as he limped off the field. The diagnosis on Monday revealed, according to Borussia: The midfielder (prepare against Bremen 1: 0 before, already four assists free-kick) suffered only an ankle bruise.
In the evening, Benes reported via Instagram story to word and thanked for the numerous recovery wishes: "Fortunately, nothing bad happened, but unfortunately I can not go to the national team. I'm doing everything to make sure I'm back on the pitch quickly "
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Manager Max Eberl had already explained shortly after the game: "He was hit on the nerve. That's why he was so scared because he did not feel the foot. It seems to be normalizing now. "
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Kramer, meanwhile, had been hit by Werder Davy Klaassen on the knee in the short time between 1: 0 and 2: 0 (20/22). He had to get down shortly afterwards. The 2014 world champion has an in-band strapping in his knee and, like Benes, will not be missing long. In both of them, the international break is particularly convenient.
Borussia MOnchengladbach has been unlucky for weeks
Borussia have been following injury-threatening changes for weeks: Breel Embolo (22) pulled a hamstring against Frankfurt, Ramy Bensebaini (24) had thigh problems against Dortmund, while Nico Elvedi (23) also had a thigh with Leverkusen and Marcus Thuram (22) The knee was irritated and Jonas Hofmann (27) got a horse kiss, against Rome it was then Tony Jantschke (29), who had to go out with a hamstring in the first half.
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"The squad is fortunately wide, we are in a good mood and we are also rotating. That's essential in these phases, "said Rose. Now his players – at least those without international obligations – can first catch their breath. The next game will be on November 23 at Union Berlin.