Sat 10 September 2022 | 17:58

Marco Rose: There was zero satisfaction from beating Dortmund

RB Leipzig manager Marco Rose defeated his former club Borussia Dortmund 3-0 on Saturday in his first match.

Rose was appointed as


manager last summer and led them to a second-placed finish but was sacked in May.


announced Marco Rose as the new head coach on Thursday following the sacking of Domenico Tedesco.

Rose after his first game as Leipzig manager which ended in a 3-0 victory told Sky Sports:

"I really enjoyed being with the club. This is a great club.

"I've met great people. In the end, it didn't fit anymore, I had to go. I have a very good relationship with Edin. I wish BVB and the boys personally all the best."

"We were very present from the first minute. It wasn't perfect in terms of content, but we were intense, showed something, and took the whole stadium with us.

"But I'm very happy with how we performed today. One of the keys to our success was definitely that we were able to use our pace and bring the quality of play onto the pitch.

"Leipzig is my home, with which I identify strongly. I feel very comfortable, I really like the people, and you saw that you can spark something together here.”

Dominik Szoboszlai

who scored in this match worked with Rose at Salzburg and says he owes his career to the 45-year-old coach.

"I've known Marco since my time in Salzburg,"

he said.

"We had both good and bad times together. But it's very clear, if he hadn't been there in my career, I wouldn't be where I am now."

source: SportMob

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