Hoffenheim vs borussia Dortmund USA sports news

Borussia Dortmund, in the opinion of Niklas Süle, has a great chance to win a trophy this year.

Borussia Dortmund’s Niklas Süle highlighted the chance they have to accomplish something exceptional this season in an interview with Norbert “Nobby” Dickel.

In a recent issue of the club’s Matchday Magazine, Niklas Süle sat down with Nobby Dickel to talk a variety of topics with an emphasis on what Borussia Dortmund might accomplish this season before their matchup with Hoffenheim this coming weekend.
Süle has been very outspoken about the potential to win trophies this year that has been presented to them as a result of their consistently strong performances since the winter break:
In addition to wishing his colleague and fellow countryman a speedy recovery, Niklas Süle highlighted.
His inconsistent play was a result of both his own subpar performances and the team’s subpar play overall, which Süle acknowledges has considerably improved.

In addition to talking about Adeyemi, Süle also discussed how his teammates Mats Hummels and Nico Schlotterbeck perform differently from him.
Both players were praised by Süle for their ability to “defend on the front foot,” but he pointed out that this wasn’t at all his style. Instead, he has always preferred to follow the movement of his opponents and engage them in combat while “on the run,” which contributes to the fact that he is a player who doesn’t commit many fouls.

How to view Borussia Dortmund vs. Hoffenheim: Live Stream, TV information
Borussia Dortmund at Hoffenheim: Live Stream and Channel information

ESPN+ will live stream the encounter between Borussia Dortmund and TSG Hoffenheim on matchday 22 of the Bundesliga.
Sky Sport is a live streaming option for German fans.
While fans in India can watch the event live on Sony LIV.

Date: February 25, 2023, on Saturday

15:30 CET/14:30 GMT/09:30 ET Kickoff

Rhine-Neckar-Arena, the venue

The predicted Borussia Dortmund squad to face Hoffenheim is after that.

Live Stream/TV: ESPN+ (US), Sony LIV (India), Sportsnet (Canada), OneFootball (Brazil), beIN Sports Connect (Australia), Sky HD (Mexico), HUB Sports (Singapore), Eleven Sports, Sky Sport (Germany), and Startimes World Football (Nigeria, Ghana, and South Africa) (Portugal, Belgium, Netherlands).

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