Terzic Enthusiastic for Reus’s Memorable Farewell at Wembley Stadium

Marco Reus bids farewell to Borussia Dortmund after twelve seasons, culminating in a possible Champions League final at Wembley. Coach Edin Terzic mentioned that a victory at Wembley would be a poetic ending to Reus’ time at the club.

Scoring one goal and assisting in two others against Augsburg, Reus played a crucial role. Dortmund is gearing up to face Paris Saint-Germain in the return leg after securing a first-leg victory.

In hopes of reaching the Champions League final for the first time since 2013, when they were defeated by Bayern Munich, the Germans are pushing forward with determination.

Terzic stated, “Returning to Wembley for the final would be a fitting conclusion to Reus’ career at Dortmund.” Reflecting on his career, Terzic highlighted Reus’ impact and legacy, describing him as a “living legend.”

Reus, who has netted 169 goals in 425 appearances for Dortmund, has also contributed 130 assists. Despite earning two German Cups, Reus narrowly missed out on winning the Bundesliga title last season.

Dortmund’s fifth-place standing in the Bundesliga was solidified after their triumph over PSG secured a spot in next season’s Champions League. With just two games remaining, Dortmund hopes to finish strong under Reus’ leadership.

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