One of the best forwards in world Football, Borussia Dortmund’s Marco Reus is inspiring his team to win titles this season. The Black and Yellows’ captain is scoring and providing goals since joining the German club in 2012. Moreover, the tricky winger has more to himself than football achievements, these are 10 things about Marco Reus.
1- Born in Dortmund…
And grew up with his two sisters, Marco Reus got encouragement from his parents to join the youth ranks of Borussia Dortmund.
2- A Fan of Going to the Movies
With his cinematic performances and dramatic comebacks in big games, Borussia Dortmund star Marco Reus likes watching movies. In fact, two of his favorite movies are “Training day” and “American Gangster”.
3- Marco Reus is going to become…
A father. As announced in his Instagram account, Borussia Dortmund captain Marco Reus and girlfriend Scarlett Gartmann are expecting a baby girl.
4- In 2012…
He snubbed a transfer move to Bayern Munich to comeback to childhood club Borussia Dortmund.
One of his best friends is club and national team partner Mario Gotze.
6- Fined a sum of 540,000 €…
For driving without a valid drivers licence for years.
7- His Role Model is…
Borussia Dortmund player and Czech Midfielder Tomáš Rosický.
8- His favorite coach
Marco Reus was reunited with his favorite coach Lucien Favre in 2018 after the Swiss tactician signed for Borussia Dortmund.
9- Marco Reus’s Haircut
The German international’s haircut is inspired by famous cartoon character Woody Woodpecker. Hence his Instagram and Twitter username Woodyinho.
10- His Name and Birth date…
Are tattooed on his left arm in an art like fashion.
11- EA Sports Made Him…
… the ambassador for FIFA 17 game and Marco Reus made the international cover for the game.
From the 2005 Borussia Dortmund, till the title winning squad in 2011 and UEFA Champions League runner up era, Mostafa was always a very passionate Black and Yellow supporter. You would often see him in Coffee shops and Bars on Matchdays. He will be wearing a BVB jersey and sipping on a German beer and most likely swearing at the referee.