BOrussia Mönchengladbach continues to storm furiously through the Bundesliga. Coach Dieter Hecking's side won 3-1 (1-0) at Werder Bremen on Matchday 11 thanks to three goals from Alassane Plea (39, 48 and 52) and put pressure on Borussia Dortmund. Nuri Sahin scored with his first Werder goal nor the honorable goal (59.).
Before the top match in the evening between BVB and Bayern Munich shortened the Gladbacher with the furious boasting Plea the gap to Dortmund on only one counter. The record champions from Munich could equal before the international break with the foals for points at the most.
Gladbach shone in the Weserstadion once more with tactical maturity and determined offensive football. The Hanseatic League acted again after the setbacks of the past few weeks, however, for the first time under coach Florian Kohfeldt Bremen collected three Bundesliga bankruptcies in series and are now table screen.
The Hanseaten found no means against Plea. The Frenchman beat Martin Harnik and Davy Klaassen brilliantly in his first goal and then pushed into the far corner. At goal number two, Plea stood right after a corner and pushed in, even with his third goal, he used the space offered skillfully. For the 25-year-old, it was already the season's number six to eight.