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Tedesco is concerned about Leipzig CL

Coach Domenico Tedesco from RB Leipzig sees the participation in the Champions League in a row after two defeats and the fall in fifth place.

“We have to do our homework and win the last two games. It will not be easy because the opponents are still doing something. These are unpleasant opponents,” said the coach before the final encounters against FC Augsburg and Arminia Bielefeld.

Leipzig had lost 1: 3 at Borussia Mönchengladbach on Monday, after the 1-2 against Union Berlin it was the second bankruptcy in a row. For the first time since the 25th matchday, the Saxons are no longer on a Champions League place. “We will try everything to achieve the goal,” said Tedesco.

However, Leipzig also has the opportunity to qualify for the premier class by winning the Europa League. There, RB competes with the Glasgow Rangers in the semi-final second leg on Thursday, the first leg ended 1-0 for the Bundesliga club.

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“We were able to decide the first game for ourselves, that was very tough. I think it will be another game now. It will be a semi -finals, there are no gifts,” said Tedesco.

RB Leipzig | Salary Cap and playoffs? Tedesco against league

RB Leipzig coach Domenico Tedesco has spoken out against profound reforms in the Football Bundesliga.

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“I would always leave everything as it is. The playoffs would mean that one is the first nevertheless not master yet. But if you stand up to 34 matchdays, you have earned it too,” replied the 36-year-old The “picture on Sunday” on the question of which ideas he would make the Bundesliga exciting. The circulating thought games such as salary top limits and playoffs are out of the question for the coach of the runnership.

Even with his best player, Tedesco wishes no changes. The coach, which came to Leipzig in December, assumes that Christopher Nkunku also remains in Saxony over the summer. “Oliver Minttzlaff has been clearly positioned. I think Christo feels well here. The guys already know we can achieve something here,” said Tedesco.

Nkunku still owns a contract until 2024 and had recently emphasized to decide in summer over his future. An exit clause does not have the 24-year-old in his contract. However, he can leave the Club for at least 75 million euros.

Tedesco after pursuit duel and “rebound”

“Much control” and “nothing approved” Leipzig included in the first passage of the game against Freiburg – “Feeled 90 percent ball possession” inclusive. So Domenico Tedesco summarized the first 45 minutes of the duel between fourth and fifth. Only: For the break RB was already 0: 1 rear. Although the home owners were a bit ideally, they were the game-determining team. And yet Peter Gulacsi had to reach surprisingly behind after 38 minutes.

“It’s a joke,” Tedesco was. “That could not have been.” Conceivable unhappy Kevin Kampl the ball in a duel against Freiburg’s Nico Schlotterbeck in front of the feet of Amadou Haidara. “Then a rebound and then the ball lies in front of the feet of the striker,” Leipzig’s coach said. In the running movement, the RB midfielder extended involuntarily to Ermedin Demirovic – which took the guests in the lead.

“Of course that’s extremely annoying,” commented a servant Tedesco. “We did not have many chances of chances in the first pass,” but without the unfortunate goal, you go “with a 0: 0 in the break. And then, I think, we will win the game.” The theoretical account of the trainer goes up. Because: Without Demirovics Hits Angelinos would have been the winning goal in the 90th minute. Tedesco nevertheless tried to face up with the final score: “Simply due to the fact that if you’re back against Freiburg, it’s always hard.”

“So we are okay with the result,” says Tedescos Mild’s conclusion. Next matchday, a similar final score is likely to ensure other words at Leipzig Coach. At the next Sunday (19.30 clock), the best team of the second half occurs at finalist Fürth.

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