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Europa League: Eintracht wins 2-1 at West Ham


Daichi Kamada (left) and Djibril Sow are happy about the opening goal for Eintracht Frankfurt, which should be enough to win.
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The Hessians win the semi-final first leg at West Ham United 2-1 and only need a draw at home in a week. Knauff hits after 50 seconds. Kamada makes the decision.

Eintracht Frankfurt is about to enter the Europa League final. The Hessians won the semi-final first leg at West Ham United 2-1 (1-1) on Thursday evening and only need a draw at home in a week.

Ansgar Knauff put the Hessians, who are still unbeaten in the current competition, ahead after 50 seconds in front of 60,000 spectators in London, which Michail Antonio (21st) equalized for seventh in the English Premier League. After the change, Daichi Kamada (54th) scored for the guest victory.

More to come soon at FAZ.NET.

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