The development history of Germany national football team is full of titles, triumphs and tears. There are important successes and huge emotions for the team. For most football fans who chased after the strong football team, these huge successes are all unforgettable moments. Marco Reus is a footballer of the current Germany national football team.
When the RB Leipzig’s home game against Borussia Dortmund was going end with a 1-1 draw, the game was ended with a resounding win for at the Red Bull Arena, dissatisfaction of Joachim Low, manager of Germany national football team, was offset by outstanding performances of BVB forward Marco Reus.
For the sake of severe right cruciate ligament rupture, the forward Marco Reus, getting injured in Dortmund’s DFB Pokal final win over Eintracht Frankfurt in May, was ruled out of fixtures for eight months. At present, the forward Marco Reus returned from severe injuries with healthy body and dynamic energy.
Marco Reus, born in 1989, started playing football with Post SV Dortmund when he was young. After he departed U19 team of Rot Weiss Ahlen in the summer of 2006, he started his spell with club Borussia Dortmund. In his first Borussia Dortmund season, he was deployed as an attacking midfielder and played five football games for the second team of Borussia Dortmund.
In the next year, he was promoted to the first team of Ahlen. He started two football matches and appeared in 14 football games, wining two goals for his team. In 2008-09 season, he made a great breakthrough as a professional footballer aged 19, featuring in 27 football games, winning four goals in total among these 27 football matches.
In 2009, Reus moved to Bundesliga club Borussia Mönchengladbach by signing a four year contract. And in August of the same year, he netted his first Bundesliga goal in a fixture against Mainz 05. Since then, he grew into a prolific goal scorer only second to Lucien Favre. In the beginning of 2011-12 season, the footballer started the season with a promising achievements, winning seven goals in 12 football matches.
In 2012, he returned to Borussia Dortmund for €17.1 million transfer fee on the basis of five-year contract. For his outstanding performances, versatility, speed and technique on football pitch, he accomplished his first appearance for Germany U21 in a friendly match. In 2010, he earned his first cap for the senior team for a football game against Malta. In 2010, he was ruled out of the team for his leg injury in the last game of the season. Reus became a regular member of Joachim Löw team in the 2014 FIFA World Cup qualification campaign, winning five goals and providing assists three times in six football games.
He could have played for the World Cup finals, but he was ruled out from their squad for severe ankle injury in a warm-up win against Armenia. During qualification for Euro 2016, he featured in four football games, winning a goal in a game. Unfortunately, he missed the tournament for a groin injury.