Full to the limit against RB! So the VfB wants to end the horror record against the Saxons

Horror record against RB Leipzig: This is how VfB Stuttgart wants to outstrip the Red Bulls!

Stuttgart – The league table gives the VfB Stuttgart about the wings necessary to become runner-up RB Leipzig to pass?

Already played against each other in the US Ivy League: Jesse Marsch (47, left) and Pellegrino Matarazzo (43, right). (Image montage) © Montage: Uwe Anspach / dpa, Bernd Weißbrod / dpa

In view of the previous horror record against the Saxons, this certain extra motivation is definitely not bad.

Because in six games so far, there have been five bankruptcies for VfB. Only once was it possible to wrest a point from RB. In addition, Stuttgart is still goalless in Leipzig.

“Against Leipzig we have to go to the limit again if we want to get something,” says Pellegrino Matarazzo (43).

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The Stuttgart coach once again demands “sharpness” in the game from his team.

As in the runaway victory against SpVgg Greuther Fürth (5: 1), his protégés should “constantly call up the intensity”.

Only then is success possible, which in the current RB situation, however, seems more likely than ever!

VfB coach Pellegrino Matarazzo (43, left) expects full commitment from his protégés.

VfB coach Pellegrino Matarazzo (43, left) expects full commitment from his protégés. © Tom Weller / dpa

After all, the Leipzig team had to hand over star coach Julian Nagelsmann (34) to Bayern Munich during the summer break.

And at the beginning of the Bundesliga, the Saxons conceded a nasty 0: 1 bankruptcy at the corona-stricken almost relegated 1. FSV Mainz 05.

When asked, Matarazzo generally confirmed: A trainer needs a certain amount of time to convey his content to his team.

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The VfB coach did not want to be carried away by a statement about how far his colleague Jesse Marsch (47) could be with his team in this regard.

Because Matarazzo treats the new RB trainer, whom he met as a player during his studies in the USA, with a lot of respect.

When it comes to the idea of ​​the game, he expects from Marsch “less of the short passing game” and “more the direct route to the goal”.

Classic RB football that VfB has to defeat if they want to stay ahead of the table.

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