Eintracht Frankfurt - Borussia Mönchengladbach 1: 1 - Frankfurt finalists set Bundesliga
Despite the swing from the Europa League against ex-coach Adi Hütter, the finalists of Eintracht Frankfurt continued their Bundesliga negative series. Three days after the historical success, the Hesse came to a 1: 1 (0: 1) against Borussia Mönchengladbach and have been waiting for a win in everyday life in the gray league life.
- Eintracht Frankfurt - Borussia Mönchengladbach: game flattened in the middle of the first half
- Eintracht Frankfurt - Borussia Mönchengladbach: The constellations
Goncalo Paciencia (66.) met with a violent shot for Eintracht after Alassane Plea (4th) Hütter's Gladbacher had given the lead. However, the result was only a marginal note, the Frankfurt fans continued to celebrate their European Cup overflows - the final against the Glasgow Rangers in Sevilla will outshine everything until May 18.
"It doesn't matter today, get the trophy," was read on a poster in the curve. Compared to the evening for the history books against West Ham United (1-0), coach Oliver Glasner changed almost the entire team. Only goalkeeper Kevin Trapp as well as Tuta and Evan Ndicka were again in the starting eleven.
At the first appearance in Frankfurt after his much discussed farewell last summer, the eyes were also focused on Hütter. The Austrian was received with a loud whistle concert.
His team got a good start in front of 51,500 spectators: Plea safely pushed in during the first attack. However, the Frankfurters were not unsettled by the early deficit and looked for their way to the front - but there were no clear chances.
Eintracht Frankfurt - Borussia Mönchengladbach: game flattened in the middle of the first half
After the regular start of both teams, however, the game in the middle of the first round flattened. Gladbach stood well, Frankfurt was noticeable - a relaxed summer jick developed with a best atmosphere in the ranks.
That changed after the break. First the strong trapp saved against Gladbacher Breel Embolo (49.), then Plea blocked the end of Stefan Ilsanker (51.) on his own line. Although there is nothing more in the league, both teams invested significantly more in the second round.
Glasner brought some of the final heroes - such as Filip Kostic, Daichi Kamada and Jens Petter Haug and Djibril Sow. Paciencia from around 25 meters achieved the equalization - and opened an atmospheric final phase in which Trapp reacted well several times.
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Eintracht Frankfurt - Borussia Mönchengladbach: The constellations
Frankfurt: Trapp - Tuta (46. Kostic), Hasebe, Ndicka - Ilsanker (65. Sow) - Da Costa (83. Lenz), Hrustic, Barkok (58th Haug), Chandler - Paciencia, Lammers ( 58. Kamada). - Trainer: Glasner * Mönchengladbach: Sippel - Beyer (86th Scally), Friedrich, Bensebaini - Lainer, Hofmann, Neuhaus, Netz - Plea (86. Herrmann), Stindl - Embolo. - Trainer: Hütter
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