🥵 The hottest teams of the week: Coach Killer, French Fries & a Fridge
It doesn’t matter if it’s hot like fried grease or ice cold to knock out the opponent, these clubs are simply unstoppable at the moment. Here are the five hottest teams of the week.
Hot, hotter, Dortmund: BVB are currently not giving their opponents a chance, which means that the race for the Bundesliga championship is once again fully open. In addition to Bayern, the black and yellow and Union Berlin have 43 points.
A Dortmunder, on the other hand, is frosty. At least as far as teammate Marius Wolf is concerned. This linked Niklas Süle in a jubilant photo not with his name, but with a refrigerator. Whether hot or cold, Borussia can hardly be stopped in their current form and are always represented in all competitions.
Malle is only once a year. Los Blancos haven’t kept a good memory of this away trip. But apparently something has changed at Real since then. Carlo Ancelotti’s side not only became club world champions but also won every La Liga game since the trip to Mallorca.
They then delivered the icing on the cake on Tuesday night at Anfield Road. While it initially looked like a home win for the Reds, Los Blancos turned the tide in spectacular fashion. The « oldies » came first. Luka Modric dominated the midfield to his heart’s content and Karim Benzema shows you can still be precise at 35. After the 5-2 show, we are already looking forward to the return match.
CL opponents Eintracht Frankfurt were ‘hot as frying fat’ heading into the game (quote Oliver Glasner). But in the end, the Neapolitans were the hottest team. Luciano Spalletti then praised the maturity of his team, which hardly allowed the Frankfurt team to counter-attack.
Above all, Khvicha Kvaratskhelia and Victor Osimhen are indispensable. Thanks in part to their goals, Napoli have long outstripped the competition in Serie A. They are already 15 points clear of Inter, and the championship is already within reach. And they also got a little closer to the CL quarter-finals.
Last week Leicester City rocked the hottest teams of the week, but at the weekend they lost 3-0 to United. A certain Marcus Rashford in particular really liked to celebrate goals. There have been ten goals in the last ten PL games.
The striker also scored in the EL first leg against Barca and set up another goal. In any case, the Catalans should defend him particularly well tonight to have a chance of advancing to the next round.
1 FC Heidenheim
Scoring eight goals in two games is a statement to the competition. This is exactly what the Heidenheimer delivered. After the 3: 3 against Hamburger SV, striker Tim Kleindienst shot Nuremberg almost single-handedly. The goalscorer contributed four goals in the 5-0 victory.
In reaction to the debacle, Marcus Weinzierl was fired at Nuremberg. The Heidenheimers, on the other hand, have a good laugh, as they greet each other from third in the table. Sunday is against the next club threatened with relegation. Will Kleindienst make another gala appearance at the Arminia Bielefeld?