Gladbach celebrates extraterrestrial yann summer

A winner had the 1: 1 between Borussia Mönchengladbach and the FSV Mainz 05 then: Yann Summer.

Heavily conceivable that the Gladbacher in this for them so difficult season without the Nationalkeeper rippled to the European top-class Nationalkeeper from Switzerland would have been so stabilized.

“We need to thank you in Yann Sommer, who held us in the game with his alien parades,” said Gladbach coach Adi Hütter after the righteous, but finally almost a lucky point in the Football Bundesliga.

Like a octopus with eight fang arms, summer in the final phase of the game seemed to suck the ball, holding the point and made sure the Gladbacher remained undefeated in the third game. “Without Yann Sommer we would have won this game,” said Mainz Coach Bo Svensson. This was not measured despite the incredibly bad first half of the Rheinhessen, but apt.

In the first half, only Gladbach played, meant only by Breel Embolo (33rd min) a goal. After the change, Mainz came up and dominated by the takeoff of Jonathan Burkardt. A game with two completely different half times, only the Mainz had more and better opportunities than the Borussians in the first round. But more than Karim Onisiwos compensation (73.) was not in it – because of summer.

Yann summer gives himself modest

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This was also necessary for the opponent. “A super-summer prevents this today,” said the Mainz game director Martin Schmidt about his Swiss compatriot. With incredible reflexes, the 33-year-old shots and headballs of the Mainz partly served up close. “I’m glad that worked,” Summer said himself very modestly. In recent months, the goalkeeper was not only constant borusse and thus a fist plan for his dumb team, but was also internationally focused.

Already at the European Championship last year, summer in the secondary finale of the penalty hero was against France when he parried to World Star Kylian Mbappé. Also in the quarterfinals against Spain was summer with distance the best man. His performance for the Swiss Nati remained top, just as in the Bundesliga. No keeper in the German Eliteliga holds more balls as a summer.

Without your goalkeeper, the worries and fears of the Borussen in this season would probably be considerably greater than anyway already. “We now have three games with seven points and only one goal, that’s a good balance,” summer was the situation of his team, which no longer hoverses a risk of reliance. Probably in the first place thanks to him.

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