In the Revierderby, which took place almost after one and a half years, Borussia Dortmund star Marco Reus pulled a horror injury. The Germany International had to be stretchered off by the medical staff. While Black Yellow managed to win because of a late goal from 17-year-old Youssoufa Moukoko.

The win helped BVB to get on the top of the Bundesliga table. On the other side of matchday 7, the defending German Champions Bayern Munich suffered from their first defeat of the season at the hands of FC Augsburg. Julian Nagelsmann’s tactics are seemingly falling apart without Robert Lewandowski. 

A still from Bayern’s match

If Union Berlin or SC Freiburg won their next match, which will take place tonight, they can also reach the top of the league. And interestingly enough, Union Berlin is the only unbeaten team in Bundesliga. 

Talking about Borussia Dortmund, Sébastien Haller’s injury gave the Black Yellow a huge shock before the commencement of the season. They completed the signing of Anthony Modeste in hotchpotch as a second option because the experience was required.

What about Marco Reus?

But BVB’s attack is still far from leaving a proper impact on the ground. They gave scored only nine goals in seven matches. And they have already conceded seven. The goal figure is indeed quite concerning for Edin Terzić’s side.

A still from Dortmund’s match

Borussia Dortmund’s serving captain Marco Reus’ injury has given a huge shock to the Signal Iduna Park club. The attacker had to be taken off from the playing ground after an ankle injury that looked quite horrific. Marco Reus was selected in Germany’s sqaud for the nations League. 

The 33-year-old has always played the game of hide and seek with injuries. Marco Reus missed the 2014 World Cup because of an injury and all the 2020 Euro Cup. Consequently, his presence in the 2022 Qatar World Cup is also under doubt now.

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