Wa spectacle! Driven by an unbelievable mood in the Frankfurt arena, the Eintracht defeated Lazio 4: 1 on Thursday evening with an impressive performance in the second group match of the Europa League. It was a football festival, which got the 47,000 spectators bid in the sold-out venue.

Ralf Weitbrecht

The Bundesliga side of the Bundesliga was by far the best player of the season, beating Danny da Costa (4th and 90th + 4), Filip Kostic (28th) and Luka Jovic (52nd). earned a deserved goal by Marco Parolo (23rd). With two successes in two games – to kick off the 2-1 coup at last year's Europa League finalist Olympique Marseille – leads the team of coach Adi Hütter at the same time their group and has the best chances to continue playing European next year allowed.

Even before the ball started rolling, it was really loud in the arena for the first time. So loud that Kevin-Prince Boateng initially had no chance to make his voice heard. "You are the hottest fans I have ever played for," said the former Eintracht professional, who had as a driver and head of the team significantly contributed to the Cup victory. "You will always be a big part of the Eintracht family," said sporting director Fredi Bobic at Boateng's official farewell, to which the fans chanted again and again: "German Cup winner – SGE."

The whole stadium – a single party zone. For days, the fans had prepared for it, and just before the kick-off, it was time: The huge choreography, stretched all over the opposite tribune and the Northwest tribune, came gradually to the fore. "Frankfurt 1980. Here we got the trophy – on her black and white hero, get him again." A silver-held tribute to the 1980 Uefa Cup victory.



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