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1. FC Koeln v SV Werder Bremen - Bundesliga Photo by Lars Baron/Getty Images

Welcome to Fear The Wall’s weekly recap of each Borussia Dortmund loanee’s performance at their respective clubs. BVB have four players out on loan, whose loans all end on June 30, 2021. If you have any questions or suggestions, feel free to leave them in the comments.


Leonardo Balerdi (CB)

Olympique Marseille (Ligue 1, Coupe de France)

Can I get a “yikes” for Olympique Marseille? They lost 2-1 against fourth-tier side Canet Roussillon FC in the Coupe de France on March 7th. Yes, one-off cup matches are always random, but still. That’s a yikes. Leonardo Balerdi kept the bench warm for this match.

Back in Ligue 1, Marseille won 1-0 over Stade Rennes thanks to a goal from Michael Cuisance in the 88th minute on March 10th. Balerdi played the full 90 and had one shot along with three drawn fouls and three committed fouls.

Balerdi still has one assist, four yellow cards, and one red card in 11 appearances (10 starts) in Ligue 1.

Sergio Gómez (AM)

SD Huesca (La Liga)

Oh, SD Huesca. Even though the bottom of the La Liga table is a dogfight, relegation seems inevitable for them. In hockey terms, the game against Celta Vigo on March 7th was a barn burner. Huesca tied the game twice and had the lead once before losing 3-4 in the end.

Sergio Gómez received about nine minutes of playing time. He had one shot-creating action.

On the season, Gómez has one assist in 18 La Liga appearances (two starts).

Immanuel Pherai (AM)

PEC Zwolle (Eredivisie)

Over in the Netherlands, PEC Zwolle traveled to Heracles Almelo on March 7th. They were able to hold the 1-1 draw, until the 90+2 minute, when Almelo scored for the win. Immanuel Pherai was subbed on in the 80th minute and drew one foul.

Pherai has one goal, two assists, and one yellow card in 20 Eredivisie appearances (11 starts).

Dutch Eredivisie”Heracles Almelo v PEC Zwolle” Photo by ANP Sport via Getty Images

Marius Wolf (RW)

1. FC Köln (Bundesliga)

Back in the Bundesliga, 1. FC Köln was able to grab one point in their 1-1 draw to Werder Bremen on March 7th. Marius Wolf started the game at right back. In his roughly 90 minutes of playing time, he had two shots, two shot-creating actions, one committed foul, and one drawn foul.

Wolf has two goals, two assists, and two yellow cards in 21 Bundesliga appearances (20 starts).

Stats from kicker.de