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Borussia Dortmund touches down in Vietnam

Renowned midfielder Marco Reus and a delegation made up of 123 players and staff from leading German side Borussia Dortmund landed at Noi Bai International Airport on November 29.

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Despite it being midnight, a group of Vietnamese fans still arrives at the airport to welcome their football idols.
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The fans all eagerly await the arrival of the German football club.
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A female fan holds a birthday cake to present to a Dortmund footballer.
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The most notable name at the club making the journey to Vietnam is captain Marco Reus who missed the World Cup due to an ankle injury.
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The talented midfielder takes time to pose for a photo alongside a local fan.
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Their arrival comes after BVB traveled to Singapore on November 24 and Malaysia on November 28 as part of their 10-day tour of Asia.
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The Dortmund players appear happy as they are presented with non la, a Vietnamese conical hat.
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Centre back Mats Hummels signs autographs for local fans.
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Reus and his teammates are set to participate in different activities during their stay in Vietnam. This includes learning how to cook Vietnam's most famous dish of pho, noodle soup with beef or chicken, spending time to visit the landmarks around the capital, taking part in a freestyle football show, and meeting with local students and supporters.
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Their only practice will be held from 6pm to 7.30pm on November 29. It will be open and free for supporters. The German team is then due to take on the Vietnam national team on November 30.

Source: VOV

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