Teller Report

Now you can see non-English news...

Frankfurt is the last club for the eighth finals of the Europa League

2020-02-28T19:06:14.269Z

Eintracht Frankfurt has qualified as the last club for the eighth finals of the Europa League on Friday. In the return on a visit to Red Bull Salzburg, the Germans needed a 2-2 tie after a 4-1 win in the home game.



Eintracht Frankfurt has qualified as the last club for the eighth finals of the Europa League on Friday. In the return on a visit to Red Bull Salzburg, the Germans needed a 2-2 tie after a 4-1 win in the home game.

Frankfurt came back twice in Austria from a backlog. André Silva canceled Andreas Ulmer's 1-0 before half-time and Jerome Onguene's 2-1 after the break.

No Dutchmen appeared on the field at Frankfurt. Bas Dost has been missing for a week and a half due to a stomach injury and Jonathan de Guzman is rarely mentioned in the plans of trainer Adi Hütter.

The game between Salzburg and Frankfurt was first scheduled for Thursday, but was then canceled by UEFA because of the hurricane warning in the city. Wind gusts of up to 120 kilometers per hour were predicted.

Frankfurt faces FC Basel in the eighth finals. The team first plays at home on Thursday, March 12 and travels to Switzerland a week later.

In the draw earlier on Friday, Getafe was linked to Internazionale and LASK to Manchester United. The Spaniards and the Austrians eliminated Ajax and AZ respectively on Thursday.

View the results and the program in the Europa League

Source: nunl

Similar news:

sports 2020/04/08    

© Communities 2019 - Privacy