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Eintracht Frankfurt defeats Werder Bremen in Bundesliga

Wwhat a spectacle. It was exactly the right day that Frankfurt Eintracht had chosen for it. Because on Sunday, when the thrilling 4:3 win at Werder Bremen was the long-awaited first win of the season, Oliver Glasner really had every reason to celebrate. The Eintracht coach was 48 years old. His team thanked him with a great performance. “That was a top performance for 60 minutes,” said the football coach in his analysis. “I have absolutely great respect for my players.”

Glasner spoke of problems that his team had after the furious opening hour “with long balls and Werder’s force”. But the Eintracht coach believes he is on course. “We fought back after the bumpy start to the season. I could already feel the ambition and greed in training during the week.” The victory, shot out through the goals of Mario Götze (2nd minute), Randal Kolo Muani (32nd), Jesper Lindström (39th) and Djibril Sow ( 48.), was deserved. An assessment that Werder coach Ole Werner did not contradict. “We just didn’t find the space against Eintracht,” said the promoter. “We couldn’t defend the speed of Frankfurt.”

In addition to the first win of the season, there was more good news. “Daichi Kamada informed us before the game that he was staying,” said Glasner. Reports that the strategist would join Benfica Lisbon turned out to be an air number. The Japanese is loyal to Eintracht, as is goalkeeper Kevin Trapp. “It’s a very important sign that we’re keeping our key players,” said Glasner on his day of honor in Bremen.

The game started furiously in front of 41,000 spectators in the sold-out Weser Stadium. It only took less than two minutes before it was already 1-0 for Eintracht. Kamada was unlucky with his header, which Werder goalkeeper Jiri Pavlenka parried splendidly. But when Mario Götze took measurements from 20 meters, the Czech was powerless. Flat, hard and precise – Götze’s shot found its target on a day when the spectators in the Hanseatic city experienced a spectacle.

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