Dortmund got the three points at Frankfurt on Saturday night thanks to a world-class performance by the 24-year-old Kobel, where he made five crucial saves to keep the Eagles from scoring for most of the match. In an interview after the game, Dortmund boss Terzic credited the Swiss keeper for yet another great performance for his club this season. "Gregor is an outstanding goalkeeper. We let him down a bit in Berlin, by failing to turn it around. We were really sorry about that. We can rely on Gregor 100 percent," Terzic said. "And we are of course very happy that he is performing like this. We still wish he had less to do but we know that he is an important part of the team and we can rely on him if we need. "Gregor is doing an excellent job and we hope that he can continue to perform like this." Last year Kobel joined Dortmund from VFB Stuttgart and has shone for his side ever since. The 24-year-old has an off day against Union Berlin in the 2-0 loss on 16 October, but has been back to his very best over the last few games.
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