Dortmund – Despite four points behind FC Bayern, captain Marco Reus considers the championship title with Borussia Dortmund possible if the season continues after the Corona crisis.

“We still want to win the title and I believe that we can become champions,” said the international football player of “Sport Bild”. «Everything is still possible. I hope we can finish the season and experience an exciting title fight. »

His goal is to break through “the dominance of Bavaria” in the Bundesliga with BVB. The Munich team are aiming for their eighth championship title in a row this year. Reus himself wants to be in top shape again after his muscle injury sustained in early February if the season continues in May. «The pressure to be fit is usually much greater. Now I use the break to completely readjust my body and bring it into top condition before I get back in full, »said the 30-year-old.

The 44-time international considers ghost games a sensible option in the Corona crisis. “I think football has tremendous power, can create distraction and enthusiasm – if necessary and in these depressing times also through ghost games,” he said.

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