UEFA Europa League Live-Kommentar für Borussia M'gladbach vs. FC Sevilla am Februar , mit allen Statistiken und wichtigen Ereignissen, ständig. Das Achtelfinale hat Gladbach bereits verpasst, doch mit einem Sieg gegen Sevilla könnten die "Fohlen" doch noch in Europa überwintern. geoinnova.se zeigt euch, . Alle Spiele zwischen Borussia Mönchengladbach und FC Sevilla sowie eine Formanalyse der letzten Spiele untereinander. Darstellung der Heimbilanz von.
The referee brings an entertaining first half to close with the score level, though the visitors are likely to be the happier team.
Favre's men have carved out - and wasted - the first half's best chances through Kramer and Johnson, while affording Sevilla few sights of their o.
With regards to the Gladbach team, Favre has few injury concerns and is able to name a strong line-up, with Hazard, Raffael and Johnson proving tricky customers, while Xhaka and World Cup winner Kramer will give Krychowiak and Iborra a good battle in the middle.
The coach has surprisingly left Kruse. While they face the daunting task of taking on the holders, Gladbach have come to Sevilla full of confidence.
Lucien Favre's men currently sit third in the Bundesliga and are enjoying a marvellous campaign, while they will also be aware that all the pressure is undoubtedly on their hosts, who have s.
Sevilla's chances today have not been helped by a sudden string of injuries to key men, with Coke, M'Bia, Gameiro, Iago Aspas and Beto all missing from the matchday squad.
Emery is able to call upon the services of left-backs Fernando Navarro and Benoit Tremoulinas, but such returns do little to eas.
The Andalusian side beat Benfica on penalties in Turin last May to claim Europe's second-tier title for the third time, but their path to Warsaw this time aroun.
Gladbach starting XI Sevilla starting XI My name is Ryan Benson and I shall be describing the action for you today, as the holders host tricky opposition at the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan in the opening leg of the competition's.
Low key start to proceedings in Sevilla so far. The hosts have been patient on the ball, while neither side has really been able to string together a meaningful set of passes.
It's somewhat messy at the moment. There is the first instance of someone trying to beat his man, as Hrgota comes across to the right flank, faces up Navarro and looks to cut inside the full-back.
However, the defender and the covering Krychowiak deal with the danger. Trademark play by Sevilla there.
The hosts invite pressure on to themselves and Navarro nips in front of his man to steal the ball and spring a counter. He finds Banega, who slips Vitolo in down the left.
He bursts past Jantschke, who concedes a foul. Banega curls a right-footed delivery in for the free-kick, firing it deep into the area, towards the far post.
Krychowiak tries to get on the end of it and collides with Sommer and the referee penalises the Pole. There is the first card of the day.
Jantschke rises to meet the ball out on the right and he jumps into the back of Navarro, who appears to be the one guilty of a foul as he shifts his body in the way, but the German is the one booked.
Good move by Sevilla again down the left, as Vitolo latches on to a pass in the area and crosses into the goal mouth.
Bacca tries to get in front of his man, but he can't direct the ball goalwards and the visitors escape.
Gladbach are knocking the ball around well in attack at the moment, though. The German side appear very capable in transition, with Kramer and Xhaka just as comfortable off the ball as on it, while Raffael and Hrgota are causing problems with their movement.
Sevilla are straight on to the counterattack and Banega slips a pass through to Bacca, who has only Dominguez for company. The Spaniard appears to pull the forwards down, but the referee waves play on.
Crucial interception there by Carrico! Raffael had dropped deep and looked for the run of Hrgota in the area.
The Brazilian spots his team-mate, but the Portuguese defender sticks a foot in to intercept. More excellent defending from Carrico!
This time Raffael pounces on a loose ball on the edge of the Sevilla area and charges into the box, but the former Reading man slides in to take the ball back.
These opening stages have been exceptionally open so far. Vitolo is causing all sorts of problems and he is at the fore again. This time he is faces up by Jantschke, who manages to block the cross and then prevent a corner.
Better from the visitors, as they work the ball well down the left and find space with Wendt. The left-back curls a delivery into the box and Krychowiak heads behind.
The corner is curled in from the left, with the likes of Dominguez forward from the back. However, Rico comes out and collects in commanding fashion to end the Gladbach pressure.
Gladbach are now enjoying a brief spell in possession, knocking the ball around patiently at the back as they ponder over their next move.
Eventually they try to make ground up the left, but Vidal does well and snuffs out the danger. Lovely play by the visitors as a quick interchange down the left sees Johnson released into the final third.
He cuts a well-placed pass back to the edge of the area for Kramer, who strikes a first-time effort. Rico gets down to make a brilliant save to his right.
More pressure for Sevilla to contend with now, as Pareja sweeps up at the back and accidentally knocks the ball out for a corner after a heavy touch.
Can the visitors make the most of this? The corner is unimpressive and Reyes is swiftly leading a breakaway, as he charges up the right flank.
Wendt comes across and produces a fine tackle to halt the attack, though. Vitolo cleverly escapes his marker just inside from the left and collects Navarro's pass.
He plays a delivery into the area, searching for Bacca or Iborra and, although he finds neither, the ball almost goes in, rolling just wide of the far post.
This is better from the hosts now. Sevilla are starting to move the ball faster in the final third, with Reyes and Banega seeing plenty of it.
Foul by Christoph Kramer Borussia Mönchengladbach. Kevin Gameiro FC Sevilla wins a free kick on the right wing. Vicente Iborra FC Sevilla left footed shot from the left side of the box is saved in the centre of the goal.
Raffael Borussia Mönchengladbach left footed shot from outside the box is blocked. Martin Stranzl Borussia Mönchengladbach wins a free kick in the defensive half.
Branimir Hrgota Borussia Mönchengladbach wins a free kick in the attacking half. Thorgan Hazard Borussia Mönchengladbach right footed shot from outside the box is just a bit too high from a direct free kick.
Max Kruse Borussia Mönchengladbach wins a free kick in the attacking half. Borussia Mönchengladbach 2, FC Sevilla 3.
Vitolo FC Sevilla right footed shot from the centre of the box to the bottom right corner. Assisted by Kevin Gameiro with a through ball following a fast break.
Fabian Johnson replaces Tony Jantschke. Kevin Gameiro replaces Carlos Bacca. Vicente Iborra FC Sevilla hits the bar with a header from the centre of the box.
Thorgan Hazard Borussia Mönchengladbach hits the right post with a right footed shot from the centre of the box.
Assisted by Max Kruse. Vitolo FC Sevilla right footed shot from the left side of the box is blocked. Assisted by Carlos Bacca.
Foul by Tony Jantschke Borussia Mönchengladbach. Vicente Iborra FC Sevilla wins a free kick on the left wing. Christoph Kramer Borussia Mönchengladbach is shown the yellow card for a bad foul.
Second yellow card to Granit Xhaka Borussia Mönchengladbach for a bad foul. Foul by Granit Xhaka Borussia Mönchengladbach.
Max Kruse Borussia Mönchengladbach left footed shot from the centre of the box is blocked. Assisted by Thorgan Hazard. Aleix Vidal FC Sevilla is shown the yellow card.
Thorgan Hazard Borussia Mönchengladbach wins a free kick in the defensive half. Vitolo FC Sevilla wins a free kick in the defensive half. Aleix Vidal FC Sevilla right footed shot from the centre of the box is saved in the centre of the goal.
Oscar Wendt Borussia Mönchengladbach right footed shot from a difficult angle on the left is blocked. Assisted by Max Kruse with a cross.
Max Kruse Borussia Mönchengladbach left footed shot from outside the box is saved in the bottom right corner. Assisted by Tony Jantschke.
Conceded by Sergio Rico. Sevilla's attempts on the break aren't coming off at the moment. Banega keeps finding himself on the ball in the middle, but it seems as though the visitors lose possession as soon as he passes to someone else, with Bacca the culprit on this occasion.
Wendt links well with Xhaka and takes Diogo out of the move with a clever one-two. The left-back crosses in towards the near post, where Carrico slides in.
The defender tries to dribble his way out of the area and fails to get a proper connection on the bal.
Wendt is at the centre of things again for the hosts, causing problems down the left. This time he cuts a clever pass back to the unmarked Kruse inside the area, but the forward's left-footed effort goes agonisingly over the crossbar.
Xhaka finds himself in the final third again and he shifts the ball on to his left foot on the edge of the area, opening up a good shooting opportunity, only to see the goalkeeper palm it around the post.
Sevilla are hanging on in desperate fashion at the moment. Every time they get clear of the area they give the ball back to Gladbach straight away.
This time it is Hazard who tests the goalkeeper with a similar effort to Xhaka a few moments ago, but once again the keeper makes the save.
Vidal beats Stranzl to the ball on the half-way line, poking it beyond Gladbach's last man and racing through on goal. The winger has only the goalkeeper to beat, but he sees his effort saved by the Swiss stopper's right hand.
Good play by Gladbach, as Hazard attacks down the right. He cuts the ball back into the danger zone towards Kruse, who is barged over by M'Bia.
Gladbach are down to ten men! The Swiss midfielder fouls Tremoulinas over towards the touchline and the referee brings out the second yellow card.
Several of the hosts' players put their hands on the referee and they clearly aren't impressed. Good opportunity for Sevilla now, as Bacca races down the left.
The Colombian holds off his man and gets into the area, before being forced to turn back. He tees Vitolo up for an effort, but his attempt is deflected and Sommer saves with ease.
Traore does well down the right and tests Rico with a long-range effort. The goalkeeper palms the ball straight back into the danger area and Hazard pounces, but his effort comes back off the post and rolls back to the grateful goalkeeper.
Excellent play by Diogo, as the right-back gets into the area, racing past Wendt and crosses to the back post.
Vitolo latches on to it and produces a delivery of his own, which Iborra nods onto the frame of the goal. Here comes another Sevilla change, as Bacca is replaced by the rapid Gameiro.
The visitors' counter threat increases! Another absolutely ruthless counter from the visitors. Gameiro brings the ball down in midfield, links with Vidal and gets the ball back.
He prods a pass through to Vitolo and the winger coolly slots past Sommer. Another change now for Sevilla. Tremoulinas' race is run and he is replaced by Navarro, who adds even more experience to the visitors' defence.
Gladbach are continuing their search for a late goal to potentially make things a little less comfortable for Sevilla, but as it stands they will need to score three more in the final stages to claim an aggregate win.
The visitors are sitting right back at the moment, inviting pressure on to themselves, while continuing to look a threat on the break.
Gameiro, Vitolo and Co. Rico is forced into action again, but it is easy for the youngster as Raffael's tame effort trickles through to him and gives him little problem.
Traore has looked lively since coming on and he almost finds the net with a cross, but his delivery crashes into the side-netting, much to the relief of Rico.
Effective Chances 0 0. Shots on Target 0 0. Shots outside the box 0 0. Shots inside the box 0 0. Blocked Shots 0 0. Fouls Conceded 14 Yellow Cards 2 4.
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