Reus, back after 7 months in the dry dock

The German footballer has been part of the starting eleven that Lucien Favre has presented in this Monday's friendly between Borussia Dortmund and Sparta Rotterdam.


Marco Reus is in luck. The Borussia Dortmund captain and banner of the German team in recent years has definitely returned to the pitch after a tendon injury in the adductors, which he suffered 7 months ago in the second round of the German Cup against Werder Bremen. Reus has been part of Lucien Favre's starting eleven, in addition to scoring the first goal of the friendly match that Borussia played against Sparta Rotterdam on Monday.

After the return of the German winger, Dortmund will equip themselves with a key player. Since making his first-team debut in 2012, the winger has scored 91 goals in 182 Bundesliga games, as well as being directly involved in scoring 55 goals. Some attributes that will support the attack of the black-yellow team, formed in recent months by the very young Norwegian footballer Halaand, the Belgian Thorgan Hazard, Jadon Sancho or Julian Brandt.

However, the great talent of Reus has been punctuated during his career by a long history of physical problems, in which he accumulates more than 30 injuries. The most decisive was the one he suffered in a friendly match in preparation for the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, which prevented him from lifting the world championship with Germany in Maracanã.

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