Borussia Mönchengladbach broadened their European options by beating Arminia Bielefeld (5-0), who are close to relegation from the Bundesliga, with three rounds left before the end of the championship.
Borussia was reunited with the win after the setback against Hoffenheim last weekend that reduced part of their aspirations. Marco Rose’s team was rebuilt at Borussia Park in a resounding way.
In twenty minutes he had the game sentenced. At six minutes the Swiss Breel Embolo opened the account and at a quarter of an hour the French Marcus Thuram made the second. Four later, a hand inside the area of Christian Gebauer was sanctioned with a penalty transformed by the Algerian Ramy Bensabaini, who established the 3-0.
The situation did not change in the second half and Mönchengladbach rounded off their victory against a resigned rival with Embolo’s goal, the second on their account, and Alessane Plea’s five from the end.
Marco Rose’s team is seventh, four points behind Bayer Leverkusen that marks the European zone. The Arminia Bielefeld is on the border of permanence with a single rental point compared to the Cologne, penultimate.