After the fierce 1: 4-swatter against RB Leipzig on Saturday, the nerves were blank at Borussia Dortmund. A BVB star laid after the final whistle with a pounding fan, defense chief Mats Hummel reacted live on TV on “Rose out” calls from the ranks.

Just on the return of all fans Borussia Dortmund gained a raven-black evening on Saturday: 81,365 spectators in the first time since the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic sold out Signal Iduna Park put it a bitter 1: 4 (0: 2) against RB Leipzig.

Konrad Laimer (21./30.), Christopher Nkunku (57.) and Dani Olmo (86th) achieved the hits for the guests. Donyell paint (84.) From the point of view of BVB, only for result cosmetics caused.

Applause, whistles and insults from the BVB fans

The corridor to the fans immediately after playing became a dubious pleasure for the Dortmund professionals. Under courteous applause, isolated bitches mixed.

Nkunku, Poulsen lift RB Leipzig in cagey clash vs. Dortmund | Bundesliga Highlights | ESPN FC
When central defender Manuel Akanji then set the questions of the media, however, some BVB trailers suggested other, clearer words. Calls like “Versager!”, “Penner!” Or “shame!” Goods to hear, as well as insults below the waistline – for the 26 year old Swiss too much.

“What’s the crap? What are you going to go to the stadium if you insult us so?” Akanji asked one of the Pöbelnden fans before a member of the Dortmunder Media Department called for Räson.

Compared to the journalists, the BVB profi led out: “Any criticism of our performance is absolutely okay, but if you come with other things, then I do not understand that. I do not understand why you get here and the players do not believe it, I understand it If you are mad. But sometimes I wish more support. “

BVB: Mats Hummels reacts to “Rose out” calls

The team had “the opponent given the goals today. From his own possession we make stupid mistakes and that plays a team like Leipzig well. It really missed today,” but Akanji did not have good hair on his own performance.

Even vice-captain Mats Hummels saw himself, at the end of a football evening for the BVB so extremely bitter football evening on loud opinion advocations from the ranks, this time towards coach Marco Rose, to answer.

In the live interview with “Sky” hummel responded to “Rose Rauf” calls some fans at that time almost empty stadium. “I’ll talk on the next season again,” said the 33-year-old, who spoke in conjunction with his own performance of a “chicken pile”.