Two of Borussia Dortmund’s attacking stars, Marco Reus and Erling Haaland have returned to full team training. They were pictured on Tuesday Morning taking part in team training. Reus has been out of the first-team action since the month of February because of his muscular injury. Haaland, on the other hand, has been out of the team since the game against Bayern Munich, when he injured his knee.
The official report on the club’s website said that their Captain, Reus, was able to take part in all aspects of the light training conducted on Tuesday morning. Reus’s return to training was delayed as he made a change in his rehabilitation programme during the suspension of football owing to the coronavirus pandemic. However, he will be back soon enough as the team aims to integrate him into more full team training sessions. His return to training indicates that initial fears of him being ruled for the rest of the season have passed.
Haaland has missed the games against Paderborn and Hertha Berlin since his collision with the referee. Although the team won both games, they have certainly missed the attacking prowess of the young Norwegian striker. He is likely to be fit for the game against Fortuna Dusseldorf on the weekend, as Michael Zorc, the club’s managing director said that, “He is training for this game.”
In addition to the attacking inclusions in full team training, Borussia Dortmund’s defence has also been bolstered by the return of Nico Schulz, the German left-back.