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Borges Sanches gets an assist for Luxemburg

Yvandro Borges Sanches was in the Luxemburg starting eleven for their 3-3 draw with Turkey in the UEFA Nations League. Stefan Lainer remained on the bench during Austria’s 2-0 defeat to France.

Yvandro Borges Sanches (Photo: imago/ Majerus) and the Luxemburg national team pulled off an upset during the fifth round of matches in the UEFA Nations League (League C). The underdogs managed to draw the game away in Turkey 3-3. The visitors led three times, through Marvin Martins (5’), Danel Sinani (37’) und Gerson Rodrigues (69’). Borges Sanches, who was winning his 13th international cap, was heavily involved in the goal to make it 2-1, taking the ball off former Schalke playing Kaan Ayhan before perfectly laying the ball on for Sinnai to score. Turkey equalised in the 87th minute through Ismail Yüksek to draw the game 3-3. On Sunday (20:45 CEST), Luxemburg play their final game against Lithuania. Borges Sanches’ and the team find themselves in second place, and no longer have any risk of falling into League D.

Austria at risk of relegation

The Austria national team, without Stefan Lainer who spent the full 90 minutes sat on the bench, lost 2-0 to France on Nations League A’s fifth matchday and as a result fell into last place in the group. Austria have to win on Sunday against Croatia (20:45 CEST) and need France not to win their game against Denmark in order to avoid relegation to League B.


Match facts ahead of #SVWBMG

All you need to know as the Foals visit Werder Bremen on Saturday evening (18:30 CEST) in their first game back after the international break.


Christoph Kramer is Borussia’s player of the month for September

Christoph Kramer has been voted Borussia’s player of the month for September. The midfielder saw off competition from three teammates for the award presented by Cichon Personalmanagement.


Farke: “We’re very much on the right path”

Head coach Daniel Farke and sporting director Roland Virkus took questions from the media ahead of Saturday’s clash with Werder Bremen. Here are the most important parts.