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Jesper Lindström’s goal against SC Freiburg

by archysport

Dhe word that is used the most at Eintracht Frankfurt in connection with Jesper Lindström is: learning process. The 21-year-old attacking player, who is considered a top talent in his home country Denmark, still has to acquire a lot in order to be able to survive in the Bundesliga over the long term. Lindström’s willingness to learn was shown with a special sense of achievement in Eintracht’s 2-0 win on Sunday in Freiburg.

When, with a bit of luck, he had the chance to shoot on goal, the nimble young man did not hesitate after 34 minutes of play and shot the all-important 1-0. With joy at the Frankfurter Tor, Lindström was shaken vigorously by his colleague Kristijan Jakic. In his 13th competitive game for Eintracht, the Dane, who moved from Brondby IF to Main in the summer, scored his first goal.

“That was important, I needed that. I had to wait so long. ”Now he was“ just happy that it worked, ”said Lindström, putting his relief into words. Eintracht trainer Oliver Glasner thought it was “very, very cool” how Lindström managed to finish. “Today it was one of his best performances in our dress”, praised Glasner. “I’m happy for him and for us that it was such a good performance.”

On the right way

Lindström’s teammates Jens Petter Hauge and Sam Lammers – the Dutchman Lammers in particular has faced severe criticism in recent weeks – sat idly on the bench in Freiburg. The Dane, on the other hand, showed with a few good actions that he is on the right track at Eintracht, for which Filip Kostic also scored 2-0 (43rd). Lindström had more pull to the opposing goal and was less stuck. He also made significant gains in terms of the will to assert himself. He concentrated on the essentials.


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