Tedesco’s preparation and eye for detail has got the best out of a good but not outstanding squad, with the veteran Brazilian a good example of that. While Tedesco’s side may be more graft than craft, however, they have shown that defending well and being ambitious are not mutually exclusive. Photograph: Friedemann Vogel/EPAIt’s hard to see how any Dortmund coach losing successive away games 6-0 at Bayern and then the Revierderby could be considered a long-term bet. “It’s a privilege to stand in the Nordkurve,” Tedesco said, not for a minute forgetting the power of the collective. Talking points• Bayern celebrated their sixth successive title in relaxed fashion, with many of the players bringing their children on to the pitch before the home game with Borussia Mönchengladbach.
Source: The Guardian April 16, 2018 12:25 UTC