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UEFA EUROPA LEAGUE

Sukru Saracoglu Stadium , Turkey

Referee: Manuel de Sousa | Attendance: 19000

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Borussia Monchengladbach

  • Tolga Cigerci 22'
  • Mike Hanke 29' PEN
  • Luuk de Jong 79'

Dominguez wants party atmosphere

Borussia Monchengladbach defender Alvaro Dominguez has called on his side's travelling fans to create a party atmosphere in Istanbul when they wrap up their Europa League Group C campaign against Fenerbahce.

Both teams have already claimed their places in the last 32 of the competition, Fenerbahce as group winners and Gladbach as runners-up.

And Dominguez wants to end on a winning note, especially as their only defeat in the pool came at the hands of the Turkish club in October.

``We want our supporters to use this trip as a big party,'' said the Spanish left-back. ``For us it is a game to enjoy.

``When I'm on the pitch, I always give 100 per cent and I want to win.

``In the reverse fixture we had some problems with Fenerbahce and this time we want to do better.''

Gladbach coach Lucien Favre has taken the opportunity to rest some of his players, with the likes of Marc-Andre ter Stegen, Tony Jantschke, Martin Stranzl, Havard Nordtveit, Juan Arango and Thorben Marx staying behind in Germany.

Luuk de Jong returns following a spell out injured, however, while captain Filip Daems (groin) remains sidelined.

Fener cannot be caught at the top of the group, with a five-point advantage over Gladbach, and will be looking to end the stage unbeaten following a draw and four wins.

Teenage midfielder Recep Niyaz is aiming to get a run-out against the German visitors and told the club's website: ``We are unbeaten so far and hopefully we will win the group unbeaten.

``I am hoping to get the chance to play against Monchengladbach because I want to be part of this team.''

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