Frankfurt reach the Europa League final

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Eintracht Frankfurt qualified for the European League final by defeating West Ham United 1-0 in the second leg of the semi-finals today, Thursday.

Watch the goals of Frankfurt – West Ham United 1-0

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Certainly, Raphael Bure, who scored the match goal in the 26th minute, is responsible for Frankfurt’s triumph.

After Aaron Cresswell sent off in the 19th minute, West Ham finished the game with 10 men.

Eintracht won 2-1 in the first leg match,

which played in England.

Eintracht will face Glasgow Rangers in the final, who overcame Leipzig 3/2 on aggregate.

Frankfurt vs WEST HAM: Hinteregger injured early

In the second leg, Frankfurt did not give up their strong start and benefited from Aron Creswell’s early dismissal by West Ham (19th). Also Guest coach David Moyes sent out after the break (77th).
The Eagles were shocked during their first phase in their home stadium. After only seven minutes, defender Martin Hinteregger had to be replaced.

After a three-minute running duel with Michail Antonio, the Austrian went down and injured his back right thigh. Almamy Touré entered the room.

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After the central defender removed, coach Oliver Glasner reconfigured the back three. Tuta moved from the right to the center, while Touré shifted to the right.

Glasner has already made two alterations to his starting lineup after the 2-1 victory over West Ham. Jens Petter Hauge replaced Jesper Lindström, who injured in the thigh.

Furthermore, Evan Ndicka returned after serving his suspension and chose over Touré.

Above all, Hauge’s inclusion paid off. Aaron Creswell wrestled the Frankfurter down as the last man after the Norwegian sent off in the 19th minute. (RESULTS AND SCHEDULE FOR THE EUROPA LEAGUE)

After VAR intervention, referee Gil Manzano (Spain) changed his decision from yellow to red.

Flip Kostic missed the ensuing free kick (20′), but Borré slammed the final door open a few minutes later. From seven yards out, the striker finished a low cross from Ansgar Knauff (29′).

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