“I came into the cabin a little later, when the ‘beer captain’ was already running. Markus Schubert also has a relatively bad taste in music, he has taken the thing in hand,” explained Dorsch, who prefers to play rock music.
U21 national team celebrates with a Ballermann hit
The Ballermann hit “Bierkönig” was already part of the playlist in 2019 that led the German U21 national team to the final. At this year’s European Championship finals, coach Stefan Kuntz’s team reached the first stage goal thanks to a dramatic zero number against Romania on Tuesday with the jump into the knockout phase. The quarter-finals continue on May 31. (Schedule and results of the U21 European Championship)
A defeat against the Romanians would have ruined all dreams prematurely. The great tension after 90 intense minutes with two aluminum hits for the German team by Lukas Nmecha (71./hand penalty) and Amos Pieper (90.) fell away immediately after the final whistle and went into a celebratory mood. (The tables of the U21 European Championship)
“The mood was of course good, the quarter-finals are of course very happy,” said Dorsch. “We had three tough games in a very short time, but the joy grows more and more from minute to minute.”
Dorsch is the focus of the U21 European Championship
The 23-year-old midfield director led the way in all games, showed himself to be a prudent ball distributor, but also a resolute tackle. He won 68 percent of his direct duels against the Romanians. “He played such good and great games on the six,” said Kuntz, praising his protégé. (The game for reading in the ticker)
For Dorsch, the ten days with the U21 national team were a welcome change from the sometimes turbulent everyday life in the league at the Belgian first division club KAA Gent.
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“I was really looking forward to playing with the boys from Germany again. I think they also noticed that I had fun standing on the pitch with the boys and playing football,” said Dorsch.
Chaotic season at KAA Gent – Dorsch is “ready for more”
In the first half of the season, the midfielder experienced four different coaches in four months, and Hein Vanhaezebrouck has been directing since December. Still, Dorsch was used consistently, scoring three goals in 27 games in the Jupiler Pro League. After regular start-up appearances, he only came off the bench twice before the start of the U21 European Championship.
He left his future on SPORT1– Open to demand. “Now we’re going back to Belgium. The season won’t last as long as in Germany. Of course, I want to end it as successfully as possible. I’ll see what happens after that. Of course I’m ready for more, I have to be honest.” say “, emphasized Dorsch.
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As a 14-year-old, he dared to jump from 1. FC Nürnberg to the youth department of FC Bayern, where he went through all the youth teams and made his Bundesliga debut against Eintracht Frankfurt on April 28, 2018 under Jupp Heynckes. The big breakthrough was denied him. (Bundesliga schedule and results)
Ex-Bayern talent Dorsch leaves the future open
A few months later he therefore moved to 1. FC Heidenheim in the 2. Bundesliga on a free transfer. “I just didn’t get a fair chance. Young players weren’t given that much attention,” said Dorsch at the time tz.
After the narrowly missed promotion in the relegation against Werder Bremen, Dorsch also disappeared a bit from focus with his move to Belgium last summer. It was therefore all the more important to him that he was able to draw attention to himself again in the first part of the U21 European Championship.
“I was able to show myself relatively well. That was also my goal because I knew that it was a big stage,” emphasized Dorsch SPORT1-Demand. “How things will go on for me personally, I can’t say yet, but that will happen sooner or later.”