Edin Terzic disappointed with Borussia Dortmund's set-piece defending after Bayer Leverkusen draw

Edin Terzic
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Edin Terzic lamented Borussia Dortmund's set-piece defending after they conceded from a corner yet again against Bayer Leverkusen.

Borussia Dortmund came ever so close to ending Bayer Leverkusen's unbeaten streak on Sunday. But Josip Stanišić scored in the seventh minute of added time to ensure that the game ended all square. For the Black and Yellows, it was a bitter end to an incredible week that saw them make the Champions League semifinals for the first time since 2013.

Speaking after the game, Edin Terzic admitted that a draw was a fair result in the end as he felt that they were too passive in their attacking play. "It was a game with very few scoring chances. I don't think it was a good game from either side. We were far too passive, with far too little tempo in the game. In terms of performance, it wasn't what we had in mind."

The Borussia Dortmund head coach was also left disappointed with his side's set-piece defending after conceding from a corner for the third game in a row. BVB also conceded goals from corners against Atletico Madrid and Borussia Mönchengladbach.

"It was a very messy situation. We conceded a free-kick first, which resulted in two corners. It was a well-taken corner kick. But it was very annoying how it came about. That was the third goal we've conceded from a set-piece this week."

The draw leaves Borussia Dortmund two points behind fourth placed RB Leipzig in the Bundesliga standings. The two sides are set to square off at the Red Bull Arena this weekend, and the match will be crucial in deciding which team finishes in the top four.