While Germany is passionate about the crisis in Munich and the moods of Dortmund, thecolts"continue quietly, but imperturbably, their way.
The men of coach Marco Rose leave for the international break with 25 points, four ahead of their immediate rivals Leipzig and Munich, impressive winners Saturday (4-2 for the RB in Berlin against Hertha, and 4-0 for the Bayern against Dortmund).
MOnchengladbach has just won seven of his last eight league games, and had not been five straight days in the Bundesliga since the 1976/1977 season, when he finished the German championship. Where is.
Algerian international Ramy Bensebaini, who has been to Montpellier and Rennes, opened the scoring for M'Gladbach in the 20th minute. (He was ruled out four minutes from the end of the match for a second yellow card).
Patrick Hermann then struck twice: on the commitment of the first goal, MOnchengladbach took advantage of a deconcentration of the opposing defense to double the bet immediately.
The young striker French hope Marcus Thuram, once again very legs, served Hermann in the box (22 '2-0). Then, the German killed the match in the 59th minute, at the end of a quick cons.
Goalkeeper Yann Sommer also made a great match, including stopping a penalty kick in the 53rd minute.
"It's positive, we have a good feeling, said Sommer. We play every week to keep this place, but the season is long. We will enjoy it during the international break."
Leonardo Bittencourt saved Bremen's honor in added time (93 '3-1).
Since his comeback in the first division in 2008-2009, MOnchengladbach has established himself as a sure bet of the Bundesliga, but never really threatened the fortresses Munich and Dortmund.
In eleven seasons, Borussia has finished three times in the top 4, with a third place in 2014/15, its best result in the 21st century.
Five-time champion of Germany, the Rhine club reached its peak in the 1970s, with five championship titles in eight years, including three consecutive in 1975, 1976 and 1977.
Saturday, Germany had a passion for Klassiker Munich – Dortmund. The Bavarians, one week after the dismissal of coach Niko Kovac, delivered a show of strength and swept Borussia Dortmund 4-0.