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Match facts ahead of #BMGBVB

All the important facts and need-to-know information for the DFB-Pokal quarter-final clash against Borussia Dortmund on Tuesday evening (20:45 CET).


  • Under the current coronavirus measures being enforced by the federal and state governments, all professional sporting events must take place behind closed doors.

Head-to-head record

  • This will be the fourth meeting between the Foals and BVB in the history of the DFB-Pokal, with the record favouring the Foals. VfL have won both of the ties that have taken place in Mönchengladbach, first in the second round of the 1987 competition by a 6-1 scoreline, and then in another second-round clash in 2004 that finished 2-1 to the Foals. However, the most recent meeting between the sides was won by BVB in the second round of last season’s DFB-Pokal as Gladbach fell to a 2-1 defeat in Dortmund.
  • There have been 98 meetings between the two Borussias in the Bundesliga. Dortmund have won 40 of these compared to Gladbach’s 30, while 28 matches have ended as a draw.
  • The most recent clash between the Foals and BVB came on matchday 18. Marco Rose’s team came away 4-2 winners at BORUSSIA-PARK as Nico Elvedi netted a brace alongside goals from Ramy Bensebaini and Marcus Thuram.


  • VfL have won the DFB-Pokal three times in the club’s history - in 1960, 1973, and most recently in 1995 - and have reached the final on two further occasions.
  • The Foals’ journey to the quarter-finals has come thanks to victories over Regionalliga sides FC Oberneuland (8-0) and SV Elsversberg (5-0), as well as a 2-1 win over fellow Bundesliga side VfB Stuttgart.
  • Patrick Herrmann is currently Gladbach’s top scorer in this season’s DFB-Pokal. The 30-year-old has netted three goals in two games for the Foals in the competition.
  • Borussia Dortmund have won the DFB-Pokal four times, with their most recent triumph in 2017.
  • BVB’s route to the quarter-finals came courtesy of victories over third-tier MSV Duisburg (5-0), Bundesliga 2 side Eintracht Braunschweig (2-0), and a last 16 win against SC Paderborn that finished 3-2 after extra time.


  • The DFB will confirm the officials on the day of the match, due to the coronavirus measures in place.

Social Media

  • Fans can follow the match on social media using the hashtag #BMGBVB or by following Borussia’s English-language account on Facebook and Twitter.


Stindl misses out, Elvedi and Hofmann return

The Foals began a new week of training on Tuesday morning without injured captain Lars Stindl.


Adi Hütter to take over as Borussia head coach

Borussia Mönchengladbach have named Adi Hütter as the club’s new head coach from the 2021/22 season. The 51-year-old Austrian has signed a three-year contract with the Foals.


Sommer suspended for two games

Yann Sommer has been suspended for Borussia’s next two Bundesliga games following his red card against Hertha on Saturday.