LONDON, ENGLAND - SEPTEMBER 12: Peter Bosz, head coach of Borussia Dortmund speaks to the media during a Borussia Dortmund press conference ahead of the UEFA Champions League Group H match against Tottenham Hotspur at Wembley Stadium on September 12, 2017 in London, England. (Photo by Alex Pantling/Getty Images)

The last matches weren’t so good for the German side and it was also caused by the fact that Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang wasn’t able to find the net in the last three consecutive matches – but his coach, Peter Bosz, is sure that he will start scoring as soon as possible.

Despite having 10 goals in 10 Bundesliga matches, the Gabon international hasn’t been in a good shape recently – he failed to score in the last two league matches and also in a 1-1 Champions League draw against APOEL. And Dortmund is on the edge of the elimination from the Champions League as they are behind both Tottenham and Real Madrid.

The former coach of Ajax is sure that his main star will improve as he said, according to Goal: “He has been very important to us. If Aubameyang or a striker does not score goals in general then criticism will come in. Then one will talk about it, but he works hard and the team plays well and gives him chances. Every striker will have one, two, three matches [without a goal], so I’m sure he’ll fix that quickly.”

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Bosz also talked about Dortmund’s problems in the Champions League: “If it is not over, you have to keep believing. If there is still a chance, even a small one, you have to try. But tomorrow’s game is important: we can work on our way of playing and on our confidence. A draw is not enough.”

He tried to explain that his side has got a plan B which they can use: “Of course we have a plan B. We have even played it already if you look closely. But I think it is right that we have spoken about and worked on plan A. If we had carried out plan A well, there wouldn’t be these questions. We could see it was a difficult game for us at APOEL. But for me, it is more important what we do on the pitch. It is important for us to put in a good performance tomorrow and that’s what we will focus on.”