Marco Reus issues apology after Paderborn draw: “It was shameful.”

Borussia Dortmund captain Marco Reus has apologised to fans following their 3-3 draw against bottom of the table Paderborn on Friday night.

“We need to apologise to everyone in the stadium for the performance. I have no explanation for the first half,” Reus told DAZN. “No idea what sort of performance that was. We can never perform like that again. It was shameful.

“My goal doesn’t interest me. We cannot perform like that at home. That was bitter in the first half. We will speak about it.”

The 30-year-old also defended Borussia Dortmund head coach Lucien Favre, who has faced stick from fans with #FavreOut trending on Twitter in Germany on Friday night.

“We’re not performing at all at the moment. The coach sets us up superbly on each occasion. We’re responsible for performing on the pitch. We need to work together, attack and defend together. At the moment it’s not working at all,” added Reus.

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