The Borussia M'Gladbach, celebrating a marked goal to the Werder Bremen

GLADBACH 4-1 BREMEN

Goleada Of the next rival of the Barcelona in Champions

Published:18/09/2016 - 08:39h

Updated:18/09/2016 - 08:39h

The next opponent of the FC Barcelona in the phase of groups of the UEFA Champions League, the Borussia M'Gladbach, forgot the goleada fit against the Manchester City (4-0) giving a feast by the expense of the Werder Bremen (4-1)

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The FC Barcelona will have to walk with eye when trip inside a week to Germany to confront to the Borussia M'Gladbach, a team that lost by goleada in the première of the phase of groups of the UEFA Champions League 2016-17, but that has recovered anímicamente fast when achieving a good triumph in front of the Werder Bremen (4-1) in the Bundesliga.

The ones of Andre Shubert showed solvent during almost all the party and, thanks to the magic of Thorgan Hazard -brother of Eden Hazard- and Raffael, attained desequilibrar prompt the scales until leaving to the rest already with 4-0 in the marker.

In the second act, so only had to hold the charged of the Werder Bremen to carry the three points against the colista of the classification of the Bundesliga. The Gladbach will receive to the Barça in the Borussia Park the next 28 September, in the second day of the phase of groups of the Champions.

It will be an important meeting, since it could limit even more the number of rivals that can contest to the ones of Luis Enrique the first square of the Group C, that foresees that it only was the Manchester City to half term.

The ones of Pep Guardiola, to the equal that the ones of "Struggle", find in a moment of spectacular form and will not give his arm to twist. The parties between both in the Camp Nou and the Etihad Stadium, without place to doubts, could be two "finals" anticipated of the tournament.

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