Marco Reus in an interview: "I have never really doubted"

Marco Reus in an interview: "I have never really doubted"

BVB captain Marco Reus tells why he has always trusted his body despite numerous injuries – and explains how he wants to take over the position of Mesut Özil at the DFB.

Interview by Christof Kneer

Marco Reus belongs to the generation of Thomas Müller, Mats Hummels and Jérôme Boateng, but in terms of the number of his internationals (36), he belongs to the group of younger ones to Joshua Kimmich, who has also accumulated 36 times for Germany. Due to numerous injuries, Reus has missed many international matches, for a while, the sad rule of thumb was that this talented offensive player punctually injured before tournaments. Reus was the eternal subjunctive of German football, but at the moment he shines as captain in Dortmund …

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The striker Paco Alcácer has presented himself with a furious hit rate at BVB. He talks about his style of play – and why his heart beats for Valencia.

Interview by Javier Cáceres



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