BVB coach after the defeat in Madrid: When the interview ends, Terzic takes out his cell phone and asks the journalists for a selfie

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BVB fans often take photos with Edin Terzic. But after Dortmund's defeat against Atlético de Madrid, the coach himself becomes a fan: Terzic is interviewed for the first time by Alessandro Del Piero. Shortly after he asks the Italian football legend for a selfie.

Alessandro Del Piero wore his football boots with Juventus Turin for almost two decades. The Italian, now 49 years old, celebrated numerous titles with the Italians, from the Champions League to the Scudetto and the World Cup. With the Squadra Azzurra he won the World Championship title in Germany in 2006. In the final against France he confidently converted his penalty in the required shootout.

Edin Terzic asks for a selfie with football legend Del Piero

Today, Del Piero has a good time, enjoys life as a private citizen and owns the restaurant “N10” in Beverly Hills, California. He sometimes also works for the American television channel “CBS”. As part of his work, he interviewed BVB coach Edin Terzic. The defeat of the black and yellow against Atlético de Madrid (1:2).

After Terzic had answered the questions, a brief moment passed. He then asked Del Piero for a selfie. In a video fragment, Terzić can be heard saying the words “I'm sorry, I'm sorry” in English, as well as: “But you were my best…” Unfortunately, it is not possible to say what the Bundesliga-The coach said exactly. The Italian responded kindly: “Of course.” Then the football teacher took out his mobile phone and took a selfie with Del Piero.

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By Ingo Kruger