Eintracht returns to Seville for its date with history

Borré celebra un gol

Eintracht Frankfurt will return to Seville. Two months after defeating the Real Betis in the round of 16 of the Europe League, The Germans will play Sevilla at the Ramón Sánchez-Pizjuán after beating West Ham in the semi-final second leg 1-0 (3-1 on aggregate) thanks to a goal from Borré. In this way, Eintracht is back in a European final 42 years after winning UEFA after beating Gladbach in the 1980 final. This time he will have to prevail over the Glasgow Rangersa team that avoided a German final after eliminating Leipzig of Dani Olmo and Angeliño in the other semifinal.

Shield/Flag Eintracht Fr.

The loyal fan of Eintracht in a Deutsche Bank Park packed to the brim saw a Eintracht nervous in the early stages of the match. The pupils of Glasner in traffic before a West Ham that he did not know how to translate the numerous losses of the premises into opportunities. Things changed after Cresswell was expelled for knocking down Hauge when he was about to face goalkeeper Aréola. With one more on the green, Eintracht took control of the clash, began to harass West Ham and, deservedly, He took the lead through a Borré who did not forgive after receiving a great cross from the imperial Knauff from the right wing.

Shield/Flag West Ham

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The British did not lower their arms, who were about to tie the game before going through the changing rooms in a direct free kick that did not Zouma didn’t push hard enough. Frankfurt continued without sentencing the pass to the final in a second half in which they did not know how to take advantage of the spaces that kept appearing due to the numerical inferiority of the English. By the West Ham, Antonio managed to tie balls in the vicinity of the Trapp area, yes, without giving off too much danger. Seeing that the end was near and the dream of the final was shattered, the members of the visitors’ bench became heated, which caused the second red card, this time for coach Moyes for rebuking a ball boy.


Almamy Toure (7′, Hinteregger), ben johnson (21′, Lanzini), Benrahma (73′, Fornals), Kristian Jakic (75′, Rhodes), Ajdin Hrustic (81′, Jens Hauge), Patience (82′, Santos Borre), Yarmolenko (86′, Coufal)


1-0, 25′: Santos Borre


Referee: Jesus Gil Manzano
VAR Referee: Alejandro José Hernández Hernández
Cresswell (18′, Red) Obite Ndicka (42′, Yellow) Declan Rice (47′, Yellow) rode (65′, Yellow) michail antonio (75′, Yellow) Chandler (77′, Yellow) Benrahma (80′, Yellow) Trapp (89′, Yellow


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