Alemania x Brasil

Los dos gigantes mundiales se ven las caras en Stuttgart.

Bundesliga: Hannover 96 gegen VfB Stuttgart live im TV & Stream

Bundesliga: Am Freitag empfängt Hannover 96 den VfB Stuttgart

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang fehlte zuletzt gegen Stuttgart aus disziplinarischen Gründen im Kader

Michael Reschke: "Fühle mich in Stuttgart brutal wohl"

Michael Reschke spricht über seinen Wechsel von München nach Stuttgart. Ihm gefällt sein Leben beim VfB und er hat den ersten Meilenstein bewältigt.

Borussia Dortmund vs Tottenham Hotspur: Team news, injuries and suspensions

Borussia Dortmund vs Tottenham live score updates What is it? It's the Champions League Group H game between Borussia Dortmund and Tottenham Hotspur. When is it? Tonight, so that's Tuesday Nov 21, 2017. What time is kick-off? French referee Clément Turpin will get the match at Dortmund Stadium under way at 7.45pm (GMT), the now traditional start time for Champions League fixtures. Turpin, incidentally, will be joined by compatriots Nicolas Danos and Cyril Gringore who will be running the lines while Hicham Zakrani will be fourth official. What TV channel is it on? The match will be broadcast on BT Sport with the programme starting at 7pm. Alternatively, you can follow all the build-up, live minute-by-minute action and, of course, post-match analysis right here. Just bookmark this page and come back at around 6.30pm. What is the team news? Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is expected to return to Dortmund's starting line-up, while Christian Pulisic is a major doubt for the German side.  Sokratis is also expected to miss out after he was replaced at half time during last week's defeat to Stuttgart. Borussia Dortmund​ (probable 4-3-3): Burki; Toljan, Zagadou, Barta, Schmelzer; Gotze, Weigl, Kagawa; Pulisic, Aubameyang, Philipp.  Pick your Borussia Dortmund​ XI to start against Spurs Mauricio Pochettino could make a number of changes for Tottenham. Danny Rose is in contention to start the match after being left out of the squad for the north London derby defeat. Harry Kane and Dele Alli could also be rested after being short of full fitness against Arsenal, with Son Heung-min and Fernando Llorente ready to step in. Tottenham Hotspur​ (probable 3-4-3): Lloris; Sanchez, Dier, Vertonghen; Aurier, Sissoko, Winks, Rose; Eriksen, Son, Alli. Pick your Spurs XI to start against Borussia Dortmund​   What are they saying? "Everybody thinks we can't win tomorrow because it's such a bad phase. "But maybe we can have a good match tomorrow and turn it around a bit. We have to see it also as a chance, that's how we approach the match. "Of course there's irritation within the team, we are without a win in five straight matches in the Bundesliga... there is irritation. "When you work for a club as big as Dortmund, you need to win against Stuttgart. I understand that. But I feel from the people I work with, they support us and they support me." Borussia Dortmund coach Peter Bosz "Now we have to keep going and get ready for Borussia Dortmund. Okay, we're already in the next stage of the competition but we want to win and try to change the feeling we have from the weekend. "It's always important to compete and to be focused on the next game and when you lose, it's important to play as soon as possible to change that feeling. "The expectation now is that we win the Champions League and Premier League and I am happy with the pressure and the criticism. "It means people expect more of us. We know very well we have improved in every single aspect." Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino Best-priced accumulators | New customer offers What are the odds? Borussia Dortmund to win:Evens Draw: 11/4 Tottenham Hotspur to win: 5/2 What's our prediction? Telegraph Sport are backing Spurs for the win: 1-2.

Bundesliga: Reschke: "Fühle mich brutal wohl hier"

Michael Reschke hat nach seinem Abschied vom FC Bayern München kürzlich die 100-Tage-Marke beim VfB Stuttgart geknackt. Der Sportvorstand ist zufrieden mit seiner Entscheidung.

Bundesliga: Rasenfunk, 12. Spieltag: Stuttgart in die Champions League!

Dort wo früher auf der Haupttribüne beim zweiten Fehlpass gepfiffen wurde, grassiert heute eine fiebrige Euphorie. Die Macht vom Neckar neckt ihre Gäste so mächtig, dass man schon mal ins Träumen geraten kann. Mittwoch Abend, 20:45 Uhr, sie sind die Beeeeeeeeeesten...

Dele Alli warned to watch his fingers for reunion with referee Clement Turpin as Tottenham ring changes for Dortmund clash

Mauricio Pochettino will warn Dele Alli to keep a careful eye on his fingers as he prepares to go face-to-face with referee Clement Turpin for the first time since risking a World Cup ban. Turpin takes charge of Tottenham’s Champions League Group H clash against Borussia Dortmund and Pochettino does not want Alli to take any more chances with the official, having only just returned from a European suspension. Alli was forced to argue that he had not aimed a single-finger gesture at Turpin during England’s victory over Slovakia in September. Had he been found guilty, then the 21-year-old would have almost certainly been banned for one or two of England’s World Cup group games. But Fifa accepted Alli’s explanation that he had gesticulated at England team-mate Kyle Walker and let him off with a one-match international suspension and a £3,800 fine. Alli only returned from his European ban for a red card in last season’s Europa League in Tottenham’s last Champions League victory over Real Madrid that secured qualification into the knock-out stage of the competition. And manager Pochettino does not want to lose him again. Asked about the prospect of Alli’s first meeting with Turpin, Pochettino said: “Thank you for telling me because I didn’t know. It’s important to be aware. I will tell Dele to be careful if he plays. Always it’s important. “The referee moves on and I’m sure nothing is in his mind to ban him for that situation. But this is always good to know. I will tell Dele.” Dele Alli was caught swearing by the cameras Another man who has been involved in recent disciplinary problems is striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, who lost his place in the Dortmund team for bad behaviour. But Dortmund manager Peter Bosz confirmed Aubameyang will start against Tottenham, as the German club attempt to improve on their terrible run of form that has seen them lose their last three Bundesliga games. “Aubameyang will play,” said Bosz. “I told him he wouldn’t play against Stuttgart and afterwards I talked to him again and the team. Today, he trained with the team and told him he’d play. “I hope there’s a reaction from Aubameyang. We talked about it and tomorrow (Tuesday) is his first game back from the disciplinary action. We talked about it and, from my point of view, it’s finished.” Pochettino confirmed that he will rotate some players on Tuesday night, which could see Harry Kane given a rest. It also means Danny Rose is in line for a recall after being omitted from the match-day squad to face Arsenal. “Danny Rose is doing well,” said Pochettino. “The training session on Saturday was tough for him and he will train with the group and then I will decide if he plays (against Dortmund) or not. If you ask about problems, no, there is no issue with him. Danny Rose (front) is expected to start Credit: GETTY IMAGES “We only rest players who need to rest for different reasons. Always what’s best for them and the team. I hope not too many rest because it’s a Champions League game and we want to win and it’s better to win than to wait for APOEL. “The objective was to qualify and we achieved that but it’s important to finish first if we can.” The north London derby defeat to Arsenal has raised questions over Tottenham’s ability to win big games away from home. But Pochettino is not worried about his side’s form on the road. “We are so happy if we analyse the last three seasons with how the clubs is improving,” said Pochettino. “Now the expectation is to win the Champions League and the Premier League. Our project medium and long term is to buy the best players, and try to win. “I am happy with the pressure and criticism. It means people expect more of us. People consider us at this level. We are so calm and we know very well we have improved a lot in every single aspect. Every club in the top six has trouble to compete away from home. If you look on the internet to see what happened with the other clubs, you will be surprised because we are better than others away from home. “Tomorrow (Tuesday) is another game, winning here is difficult. Dortmund are a very good team. Our challenge is to finish top of a tough group.”

Dele Alli warned to watch his fingers for reunion with referee Clement Turpin as Tottenham ring changes for Dortmund clash

Mauricio Pochettino will warn Dele Alli to keep a careful eye on his fingers as he prepares to go face-to-face with referee Clement Turpin for the first time since risking a World Cup ban. Turpin takes charge of Tottenham’s Champions League Group H clash against Borussia Dortmund and Pochettino does not want Alli to take any more chances with the official, having only just returned from a European suspension. Alli was forced to argue that he had not aimed a single-finger gesture at Turpin during England’s victory over Slovakia in September. Had he been found guilty, then the 21-year-old would have almost certainly been banned for one or two of England’s World Cup group games. But Fifa accepted Alli’s explanation that he had gesticulated at England team-mate Kyle Walker and let him off with a one-match international suspension and a £3,800 fine. Alli only returned from his European ban for a red card in last season’s Europa League in Tottenham’s last Champions League victory over Real Madrid that secured qualification into the knock-out stage of the competition. And manager Pochettino does not want to lose him again. Asked about the prospect of Alli’s first meeting with Turpin, Pochettino said: “Thank you for telling me because I didn’t know. It’s important to be aware. I will tell Dele to be careful if he plays. Always it’s important. “The referee moves on and I’m sure nothing is in his mind to ban him for that situation. But this is always good to know. I will tell Dele.” Dele Alli was caught swearing by the cameras Another man who has been involved in recent disciplinary problems is striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, who lost his place in the Dortmund team for bad behaviour. But Dortmund manager Peter Bosz confirmed Aubameyang will start against Tottenham, as the German club attempt to improve on their terrible run of form that has seen them lose their last three Bundesliga games. “Aubameyang will play,” said Bosz. “I told him he wouldn’t play against Stuttgart and afterwards I talked to him again and the team. Today, he trained with the team and told him he’d play. “I hope there’s a reaction from Aubameyang. We talked about it and tomorrow (Tuesday) is his first game back from the disciplinary action. We talked about it and, from my point of view, it’s finished.” Pochettino confirmed that he will rotate some players on Tuesday night, which could see Harry Kane given a rest. It also means Danny Rose is in line for a recall after being omitted from the match-day squad to face Arsenal. “Danny Rose is doing well,” said Pochettino. “The training session on Saturday was tough for him and he will train with the group and then I will decide if he plays (against Dortmund) or not. If you ask about problems, no, there is no issue with him. Danny Rose (front) is expected to start Credit: GETTY IMAGES “We only rest players who need to rest for different reasons. Always what’s best for them and the team. I hope not too many rest because it’s a Champions League game and we want to win and it’s better to win than to wait for APOEL. “The objective was to qualify and we achieved that but it’s important to finish first if we can.” The north London derby defeat to Arsenal has raised questions over Tottenham’s ability to win big games away from home. But Pochettino is not worried about his side’s form on the road. “We are so happy if we analyse the last three seasons with how the clubs is improving,” said Pochettino. “Now the expectation is to win the Champions League and the Premier League. Our project medium and long term is to buy the best players, and try to win. “I am happy with the pressure and criticism. It means people expect more of us. People consider us at this level. We are so calm and we know very well we have improved a lot in every single aspect. Every club in the top six has trouble to compete away from home. If you look on the internet to see what happened with the other clubs, you will be surprised because we are better than others away from home. “Tomorrow (Tuesday) is another game, winning here is difficult. Dortmund are a very good team. Our challenge is to finish top of a tough group.”

Dele Alli warned to watch his fingers for reunion with referee Clement Turpin as Tottenham ring changes for Dortmund clash

Mauricio Pochettino will warn Dele Alli to keep a careful eye on his fingers as he prepares to go face-to-face with referee Clement Turpin for the first time since risking a World Cup ban. Turpin takes charge of Tottenham’s Champions League Group H clash against Borussia Dortmund and Pochettino does not want Alli to take any more chances with the official, having only just returned from a European suspension. Alli was forced to argue that he had not aimed a single-finger gesture at Turpin during England’s victory over Slovakia in September. Had he been found guilty, then the 21-year-old would have almost certainly been banned for one or two of England’s World Cup group games. But Fifa accepted Alli’s explanation that he had gesticulated at England team-mate Kyle Walker and let him off with a one-match international suspension and a £3,800 fine. Alli only returned from his European ban for a red card in last season’s Europa League in Tottenham’s last Champions League victory over Real Madrid that secured qualification into the knock-out stage of the competition. And manager Pochettino does not want to lose him again. Asked about the prospect of Alli’s first meeting with Turpin, Pochettino said: “Thank you for telling me because I didn’t know. It’s important to be aware. I will tell Dele to be careful if he plays. Always it’s important. “The referee moves on and I’m sure nothing is in his mind to ban him for that situation. But this is always good to know. I will tell Dele.” Dele Alli was caught swearing by the cameras Another man who has been involved in recent disciplinary problems is striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, who lost his place in the Dortmund team for bad behaviour. But Dortmund manager Peter Bosz confirmed Aubameyang will start against Tottenham, as the German club attempt to improve on their terrible run of form that has seen them lose their last three Bundesliga games. “Aubameyang will play,” said Bosz. “I told him he wouldn’t play against Stuttgart and afterwards I talked to him again and the team. Today, he trained with the team and told him he’d play. “I hope there’s a reaction from Aubameyang. We talked about it and tomorrow (Tuesday) is his first game back from the disciplinary action. We talked about it and, from my point of view, it’s finished.” Pochettino confirmed that he will rotate some players on Tuesday night, which could see Harry Kane given a rest. It also means Danny Rose is in line for a recall after being omitted from the match-day squad to face Arsenal. “Danny Rose is doing well,” said Pochettino. “The training session on Saturday was tough for him and he will train with the group and then I will decide if he plays (against Dortmund) or not. If you ask about problems, no, there is no issue with him. Danny Rose (front) is expected to start Credit: GETTY IMAGES “We only rest players who need to rest for different reasons. Always what’s best for them and the team. I hope not too many rest because it’s a Champions League game and we want to win and it’s better to win than to wait for APOEL. “The objective was to qualify and we achieved that but it’s important to finish first if we can.” The north London derby defeat to Arsenal has raised questions over Tottenham’s ability to win big games away from home. But Pochettino is not worried about his side’s form on the road. “We are so happy if we analyse the last three seasons with how the clubs is improving,” said Pochettino. “Now the expectation is to win the Champions League and the Premier League. Our project medium and long term is to buy the best players, and try to win. “I am happy with the pressure and criticism. It means people expect more of us. People consider us at this level. We are so calm and we know very well we have improved a lot in every single aspect. Every club in the top six has trouble to compete away from home. If you look on the internet to see what happened with the other clubs, you will be surprised because we are better than others away from home. “Tomorrow (Tuesday) is another game, winning here is difficult. Dortmund are a very good team. Our challenge is to finish top of a tough group.”

Bundesliga - 5 choses à retenir sur la 12e j.

Le serial buteur Lewandowski, la 500e de Stuttgart ou encore le triste record de Cologne : voici les 5 choses à retenir de la 12e journée de Bundesliga.

Bundesliga - 5 choses à retenir sur la 12e j.

Le serial buteur Lewandowski, la 500e de Stuttgart ou encore le triste record de Cologne : voici les 5 choses à retenir de la 12e journée de Bundesliga.

Bundesliga - 5 choses à retenir sur la 12e j.

Le serial buteur Lewandowski, la 500e de Stuttgart ou encore le triste record de Cologne : voici les 5 choses à retenir de la 12e journée de Bundesliga.

Bundesliga - 5 choses à retenir sur la 12e j.

Le serial buteur Lewandowski, la 500e de Stuttgart ou encore le triste record de Cologne : voici les 5 choses à retenir de la 12e journée de Bundesliga.

Bundesliga - 5 choses à retenir sur la 12e j.

Le serial buteur Lewandowski, la 500e de Stuttgart ou encore le triste record de Cologne : voici les 5 choses à retenir de la 12e journée de Bundesliga.

Bundesliga - 5 choses à retenir sur la 12e j.

Le serial buteur Lewandowski, la 500e de Stuttgart ou encore le triste record de Cologne : voici les 5 choses à retenir de la 12e journée de Bundesliga.

Peter Bosz steht nicht erst seit der 1:2-Niederlage beim VfB Stuttgart in der Kritik

Aubameyang back for Dortmund for Champions League tie with Tottenham

The striker had been suspended for the Bundesliga defeat by Stuttgart, but is available again to under-fire coach Peter Bosz

Aubameyang back for Dortmund for Champions League tie with Tottenham

The striker had been suspended for the Bundesliga defeat by Stuttgart, but is available again to under-fire coach Peter Bosz

Bundesliga: Reschke: "Sieg über BVB ein internationales Signal"

Michael Reschke ist mittlerweile seit mehr als 100 Tagen Sportvorstand beim VfB Stuttgart. Nach dem emotionalen 2:1-Sieg über Borussia Dortmund zog der 60-Jährige eine sehr positive Zwischenbilanz.

Fünf Fakten nach dem 12. Spieltag

Nur zwei Bundesliga-Legenden liegen in einer Statistik noch vor Robert Lewandowski. Der VfB Stuttgart feiert einen Meilenstein und der 1.FC Köln ist weiterhin historisch schlecht.

Fünf Fakten nach dem 12. Spieltag

Nur zwei Bundesliga-Legenden liegen in einer Statistik noch vor Robert Lewandowski. Der VfB Stuttgart feiert einen Meilenstein und der 1.FC Köln ist weiterhin historisch schlecht.

Fünf Fakten nach dem 12. Spieltag

Nur zwei Bundesliga-Legenden liegen in einer Statistik noch vor Robert Lewandowski. Der VfB Stuttgart feiert einen Meilenstein und der 1.FC Köln ist weiterhin historisch schlecht.

Fünf Fakten nach dem 12. Spieltag

Nur zwei Bundesliga-Legenden liegen in einer Statistik noch vor Robert Lewandowski. Der VfB Stuttgart feiert einen Meilenstein und der 1.FC Köln ist weiterhin historisch schlecht.

Fünf Fakten nach dem 12. Spieltag

Nur zwei Bundesliga-Legenden liegen in einer Statistik noch vor Robert Lewandowski. Der VfB Stuttgart feiert einen Meilenstein und der 1.FC Köln ist weiterhin historisch schlecht.

Fünf Fakten nach dem 12. Spieltag

Nur zwei Bundesliga-Legenden liegen in einer Statistik noch vor Robert Lewandowski. Der VfB Stuttgart feiert einen Meilenstein und der 1.FC Köln ist weiterhin historisch schlecht.