Edin Terzic hopes that Ramy Bensebaini will learn from the unnecessary red card he received against TSG Hoffenheim on Friday.
Borussia Dortmund just about managed to get the job done against TSG Hoffenheim on Friday evening to make it three wins in a row in the Bundesliga. The win came despite adversity, as the Black and Yellows were forced to go down to ten men in the 71st minute after Ramy Bensebaini was sent off by referee Florian Badstübner.
The left-back picked up his first yellow card in the 67th minute, before being given his marching orders by the referee four minutes later.
Bensebaini’s red card means that he will be forced to miss Borussia Dortmund’s home game against Union Berlin in the Bundesliga next weekend. And Edin Terzic is hoping that he will learn from what was a completely unnecessary red card.
The Borussia Dortmund head coach said to DAZN after the game:
"“He knows that it was completely unnecessary. He put us in a difficult situation there. Of course, there are also referees who would have resolved this differently. But we can’t complain about that, it’s completely our own fault.”“He made the game much more difficult for us and will also miss out next week. I hope this will be enough for him to learn from it.”"
Julian Ryerson will likely start at left-back in Ramy Bensebaini’s absence against Union Berlin. The Norwegian international scored an incredible solo goal against Hoffenheim on Friday, and will hope to build on that next weekend as he goes up against his former club.