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On Their Loansome: Sharing is Caring

Apparently, fans are not pleased with Isak’s selfishness of not finding his open teammates during play.

Real Sociedad v RC Celta - La Liga Santander Photo by Juan Manuel Serrano Arce/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, and one player with a buy-back clause. If you have any questions or suggestions, feel free to leave them in the comments.

Leonardo Balerdi (CB)

Olympique Marseille (Ligue 1)

Olympique Marseille took a trip north to Stade de Reims on April 23rd in a 3-1 win. Leonardo Balerdi started on defense again, as he’s become a sort of Stammspieler. He had one shot-creating action.

Balerdi has two goals, one assist, five yellow cards, and one red card in 17 appearances (16 starts) in Ligue 1.


Sergio Gómez (AM)

SD Huesca (La Liga)

A Thursday fixture in La Liga between Atlético Madrid and SD Huesca on April 22nd had an aura of David vs Goliath. Except this time Goliath won 2-0.

A rare occurrence did happen though: Sergio Gómez started this match! He was subbed out after 85 minutes with one shot, one shot-creating action, and one drawn foul.

Gómez, however, did not start Huesca’s weekend 2-0 loss to Getafe CF on April 25th. He was subbed on in the 68th minute and drew one foul.

Gómez has one assist and one yellow card in 24 La Liga appearances (three starts).

Atletico de Madrid v SD Huesca - La Liga Santander Photo by Denis Doyle/Getty Images

Immanuel Pherai (AM)

PEC Zwolle (Eredivisie)

Immanuel Pherai was not fit for PEC Zwolle’s April 24th 2-0 win against SC Heerenveen.

Immanuel Pherai remains at one goal, two assists, and one yellow card in 24 Eredivisie appearances (13 starts).

Marius Wolf (RW)

1. FC Köln (Bundesliga)

1. FC Köln and FC Augsburg led off the Bundesliga weekend on April 23rd and man, did they ever deliver! It was a tale of two halves. In the first, Köln dominated and got out to a 3-0 lead. In the second, Augsburg answered back with two goals of their own. In the end, it was a 3-2 Köln win.

Marius Wolf played the full 90 and was one of the offensive leaders. He had three shots, one assist, four shot-creating actions, and one committed foul. He also received a yellow card.

Wolf has two goals, three assists, and three yellow cards in 28 Bundesliga appearances (27 starts).

FC Augsburg v 1. FC Koeln - Bundesliga Photo by Sebastian Widmann/Getty Images

Alexander Isak (CF)

Real Sociedad San Sebastian (La Liga)

Another month has passed, so how is Alexander Isak doing? Well, Real Sociedad San Sebastian played five games in a rather even fashion: two draws, one loss, and two wins. Here is a quick summary:

April 7th: 1-1 draw to Athletic Bilbao, 70 minutes (one shot, one committed foul, one drawn foul)

April 11th: 2-2 draw at Valencia CF, 90 minutes (one goal, two shots, one shot-creating action, one committed foul, two drawn fouls)

April 18th: 1-2 loss to Sevilla FC, 90 minutes (one yellow card, one shot-creating action, two drawn fouls)

April 22nd: 2-1 win versus Celta de Vigo, 67 minutes (one saved penalty kick, one shot, three shot-creating actions, one committed foul, two drawn fouls)

April 26th: 1-0 win at SD Eibar, 72 minutes (one goal, three shots, one committed foul, one drawn foul)

Isak has 29 appearances (25 starts), 14 goals, two assists, and four yellow cards in La Liga.

Real Sociedad v RC Celta - La Liga Santander Photo by Juan Manuel Serrano Arce/Getty Images

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