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The following seasons were marked by the departure of well-known players, although the main Mönchengladbach striker remained.
In that first season following the departure of Günter Netzer, Borussia finished as runner-up to champions Bayern Munich by one point.
With a total of 93 goals scored Borussia set a new club record. Borussia graduated in the following years to , the championship in third and fifth place and vice-champion.
On Matchday 17, the "foals" topped the league table and did not relinquish the league lead until winning the championship on 14 June The joy over the title was clouded by the departure of coach Hennes Weisweiler , who left the club after eleven years in the direction of FC Barcelona.
The second leg on 21 May was won by the VfL 5: 1. In contrast to the departed Weisweiler, Lattek represented a rather safety-first philosophy.
The team topped the Championship on the twelfth round of the season, with a victory over Werder Bremen and Eintracht Braunschweig , and retained that lead to the end of the season.
On 3 March , on Ash Wednesday , was the next sensational international appearance of Borussia. In the second leg 17 March , which ended 1—1, the referee Leonardus van der Kroft did not recognise two Mönchengladbach goals, in the 68th minute a goal by Henning Jensen and in the 83rd minute by Hans-Jürgen Wittkamp.
Once a foul must have preceded the goal, once the referee decided on offside, although it had been not indicated by the linesman. The draw was enough for the Madrilenians to progress.
The team stayed on the attack, and matched Bayern's achievement, with three consecutive titles from to On 12 June Mönchengladbach won a fourth league title.
As Wolfgang Kleff was injured, the club signed a new goalkeeper. Borussia needed one point to defend the title on the final day. The match took place away against Bayern Munich, then sixth in the table, and ended by an own goal in the 90th minute by Hans-Jürgen Wittkamp.
Borussia made the hat-trick and won on 21 May for the third time in a row and for the fifth time overall the German championship title.
FC Köln only by a worse goal difference. Borussia won against Borussia Dortmund 12—0 on the final day of the season, still the highest victory in the history of the Bundesliga.
However, the Domstädter won their last game at FC St. Pauli: they had a better goal difference by three goals and so won the championship.
For the first time in the Bundesliga first and second were tied after the end of the season. Borussia would have been able to decide the championship in their favour had they won the match against 1.
FC Cologne a few weeks earlier. However, the game ended in a draw, with Cologne player Heinz Flohe netting a vital 83rd-minute equaliser. Although Mönchengladbach lost the final of the European Cup to Liverpool in Rome 25 May , they also made four appearances in the UEFA Cup with wins in and against losses in and The club's spectacular run had come to an end with eight trophies to their credit, and although they would continue to be competitive for many years, success would be much harder to come by.
Many regulars left the club, such as the later vice-president Rainer Bonhof, or announced their career end, such as Jupp Heynckes and Berti Vogts.
Lattek did not succeed in offsetting these departures with appropriate new signings. On Matchday 30, the team was in 15th place with a goal-difference of goals: three wins from the last four games improved the finish to tenth place.
It was the first season in a long time in which the club finished with a negative goal-difference.
Borussia signed Jupp Heynckes to be assistant coach to Lattek this season. The second international title started on 9 May The season was marked by two new entries.
The club signed Harald Nickel of Eintracht Braunschweig. With a transfer fee of 1. From Herzogenaurach came Lothar Matthäus.
Borussia finished the season in seventh place. At home, the team won against Eintracht Frankfurt 3—2. In the second leg on 21 May Eintracht Frankfurt won 1—0 against Borussia Mönchengladbach and secured the trophy due to the larger number of away goals scored.
In the s, Borussia could no longer build on the titles of the past decade and fell behind of the former rival from Munich.
Due to the lack of ticket revenue from the small Bökelbergstadion the club had to sell top performers again and again. Nevertheless, it was possible to settle frequently in the upper third of the Bundesliga and play in the championship fight.
They replaced Wolfgang Kleff in goal to Uli Sude. The team reached this season's sixth place in the table.
The sporting record did not improve in the following two seasons. With a seventh place in Borussia missed the participation in the international competitions.
The following year, Uwe Kamps guarded the goal for the first time, and remained long-time goalkeeper for many years.
In the —84 season Borussia played for the title. It was the first time in the history of the Bundesliga that three clubs tied the table on the last matchday.
In the same season, Mönchengladbach also lost the DFB-Pokal final to Bayern Munich on penalties, Lothar Matthäus and Norbert Ringels both missing from the spot after the game originally ended all square at 1—1.
Matthäus subsequently joined Bayern Munich for a then-record fee of 2. In the —85 season Borussia won 10—0 on Matchday 8 against Eintracht Braunschweig which is so far the last two-digit victory in Bundesliga history.
This remained the only goal of the evening, so that Borussia missed the entry into the final. The season —86 brought no sporting highlights in the Bundesliga with the club finishing fourth.
In the —87 season was again a coach change. Jupp Heynckes announced his move to Bayern Munich. The club nominated Wolf Werner as the new coach.
At the end of the season Borussia stood with the third place in the table for the last time in this decade at a UEFA Cup place. It was also the first defeat in a European Cup game on the Bökelberg.
After the departure of Jupp Heynckes , the era of long-standing engagements of head coaches ended. In the first 23 years from to Borussia only had three instructors; Since the departure of Heynckes, Borussia had committed 16 new coaches until , with the exception of interim solutions.
It was Werner's release on 21 November that saw first premature dismissal of a coach at Borussia at all. Only three later coaches managed to succeed in Mönchengladbach for more than three years, Bernd Krauss — , Hans Meyer — and Lucien Favre — In the next season Borussia signed Stefan Effenberg , a player who worked long and successfully for the club.
Borussia finished the season in seventh place and thus missed the participation in international competitions.
The early s followed a significant downward trend. As a result of the sporting decline, the number of spectators at the Bökelberg was declining for the first time.
In the following years Borussia placed in the midfield of the league. In the Cup semi-final goalkeeper Uwe Kamps held on penalties all four penalties of the players of Bayer 04 Leverkusen.
Borussia reached the final. The final on 23 May saw the Mönchengladbachers lose against the club from second division Hannover 96 on penalties.
In , the club signed the players Heiko Herrlich and Patrik Andersson , and in , Stefan Effenberg came back, who played for Borussia Mönchengladbach from to Under coach Bernd Krauss , they managed a renewed connection to the Bundesliga top end.
Borussia would also win the Supercup against the German champions Borussia Dortmund a few months later. The team's performance slipped significantly in the s and Die Fohlen soon found themselves struggling in the lower half of the Bundesliga table.
The club dismissed coach Krauss due to the sporting failure. At the end of the season, the Mönchengladbacher were in 11th place.
None of the other four coaches to Krauss remained in office for more than a year. Under Friedel Rausch could Borussia only hold the bundesliga position after a dramatic season finale in Before the last matchday, the Borussia were three points behind a relegation zone.
On the final day of the season succeeded a 2—0 away win at VfL Wolfsburg ; Karlsruher SC lost to Hansa Rostock and went down due to the worse goal difference.
In the international arena, the season was disappointing despite two victories in the first round of the UEFA Cup against Arsenal. Borussia lost in the second round of the first leg 2—4 against AS Monaco, the most recent victory Borussia reached with a 1—0 in Monaco, but were eliminated from the competition.
As a result, the team lost six matches and drew two draws, so they stood on the ninth day at the bottom of the table. On the tenth and eleventh round followed by a defeat against Bayer 04 Leverkusen and a at Vfl Wolfsburg two high defeats in a row.
The team remained until the end of the season in 18th place. After a total of 21 lost games, the consequence was the first descent from the Bundesliga.
As a consequence of the descent, several top performers, including goalkeeper Robert Enke , defender Patrik Andersson and midfielder Karlheinz Pflipsen and Sebastian Deisler all left the club.
Finally, in , Gladbach were relegated to 2. Bundesliga , where they would spend two seasons. Upon returning to the Bundesliga in , Mönchengladbach remained uninspired as they continued to be mired in the bottom half of the league.
The first season in the 2nd Bundesliga started the same way as the previous one ended. Four points were missing for direct promotion.
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Total goals. Conte's side, who collected their first European victory of the season here, sit bottom of the group but still have the slimmest chances of qualifcation as they face Shaktar Donetsk next.
The sides went in level at the break courtesy of goals from Darmian and Plea. Two second-half strikes from Lukaku, one with either foot, put the Italian side up before Plea's second goal of the game brought Gladbach back into it.
Plea then thought he had his hat-trick as he steered past Handanovic, only for the referee to consult VAR and rule out the equaliser for Embolo's involvement from an offside position.
The disalllowed goal meant Inter ran out winners in a poorly tempered game, which saw 10 yellow cards dished out.
Despite Plea's two goals here, he cannot resist the temptation of showing his frustrations and a bad tackle on Barella earns the Frenchman a yellow card.
Wolf dispossesses Bastoni and then looks away down the right before the centre-back cynically drags him back. The referee then has no option but to book Bastoni for his tactical foul.
Bastoni bravely takes on three Gladbach players and is then bundled to the ground by Plea, earning the visitors a free-kick inside their own half but more importantly, the chance to waste some more valuable seconds.
Amidst Gagliardini's fury, the fourth official indicated there will be six minutes of added time as Brozovic produces the perfect tackle to dispossess Plea inside the area.
Gagliardini fouls Kramer near the halfway line and then gives the referee a piece of his mind to earn the Inter man a spot in the referee's book, which has filled up quite significantly this match.
Lukaku volleys over the bar from inside the six-yard area but none of that will matter as the assistant has their flag up for offside. If the Belgian had left that for Sanchez, the Chilean was both onside and one-on-one with Sommer.
The visitors stall and waste as much time as possible before taking a free-kick. When they eventually do take it, Brozovic's effort is deflected behind for a corner.
Lukaku is shown a yellow card for his role in time wasting for Inter. Perisic comes on on the left for Young, who missed a sitter earlier in the half.
There was a bit of friction on the touchline following the disallowed goal, which earned manager Rose a place in the referee's book.
The score remains at , after consulting the monitor on the touchline, the referee deems that Embolo was in an offside position, impairing the vision of Handanovic as the goalkeeper looked to stop Plea's shot.
A hat-trick for Plea as he scores once again with his right foot past Handanovic from the edge of the area. The French striker did appear to scuff his shot, however, perhaps unsighted by numerous shirts, Handanovic could do nothing to stop the equaliser.
VAR has seen some thing with offside though and asks the referee to go over to the monitor on the touchline.
Zakaria covers well to slide and intercept from Lukaku, who catches the Gladbach substitute in the head as he stumbles over.
The hosts' medical team rush on to tend to Zakaria and after a little bit of attention, he gets back to his feet.
Young is Inter's next caution as he flies into a tackle through the back of Plea. Given that Inter lead by a goal, they still surprisingly appear intent on pressing as Gagliardini leads the charge near Gladbach's corner flag.
The hosts do play through the press before Plea is clattered near halfway by Young. Sanchez makes great progress down the right, reaching the byline before pulling it back to Lukaku.
Two Gladbach shirts get in the way but deflect the cross towards goal, where Young is stood but he then somehow from two yards out manages to miss the target entirely.
Thuram profits from Sanchez's carelessness and then slides in Plea, who grabs his second goal of the game. Another goal for Frenchman Plea gets Gladbach back in the game.
Sanchez had given possession away before Thuram rolled in Plea, who places a right-footed effort past Handanovic from inside the area.
VAR has a quick check for offside before confirming the goal stands. Lainer slides in and catches both Sanchez and Gagliardini, getting none of the ball and deservedly goes into the book for his efforts.
Hakimi paces past Wendt, reaching the edge of the area on the right before playing in Lukaku with his right foot to make it Lukaku gets his second of the game as he powers a left-footed shot high to the right of Sommer from inside the area.
Gladbach, meanwhile, face a trip to Mainz 05 in the Bundesliga on the same day. Internazionale INT. Borussia M'gladbach BMG. Lukaku 49 R.