After making the worst start to a season in the club's history, Borussia Mönchengladbach seem to be back to their best under caretaker head coach Andre Schubert.
After making the worst start to a season in the club's history, Borussia Mönchengladbach seem to be back to their best under caretaker head coach Andre Schubert.
Bundesliga

100-day review: Borussia Mönchengladbach

With a third of the 2015/16 season done and dusted, bundesliga.com is checking in with all 18 clubs to see where they are at after 12 matches.

For Borussia Mönchengladbach, the highs just about outweigh the lows...

The story so far

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After losing their opening five matches of the campaign, Gladbach's fortunes have been transformed under the stewardship of caretaker head coach Andre Schubert. A stop-gap replacement for Lucien Favre, who resigned with the Foals propping up the rest of the standings following the Rhine derby defeat to 1. FC Köln, the Kassel native has overseen six successive wins and a draw, steering Gladbach to within a point of the coveted UEFA Champions League places.

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Top stats

    Gladbach made their worst ever start to a season in the club's history (five defeats).Only the top two - FC Bayern München and Borussia Dortmund - have scored more goals than Gladbach (23) after 12 matches.On average the Foals score with every seventh shot on goal: the third best quota in the Bundesliga.Gladbach boast a league-high 11 different goalscorers in their ranks.

Best player

Most memorable quote

"In football, you're only as good as your last win."

Andre Schubert after masterminding a 4-2 debut win over FC Augsburg on Matchday 6.

Best newcomer

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Check out how the Bundesliga's 17 other teams have fared so far in 2015/16 right here.