Eintracht Frankfurt had to satisfy himself in the Europacup dress rehearsal against the TSG Hoffenheim with a 2: 2 (1: 1). The fans looked in the direction of London.
The professionals of Eintracht Frankfurt seemed a little helpless. But the fans of the Hessen celebrated their team with Europacup songs and demanded a “away win” on Thursday at West Ham United. The general rehearsal in the Football Bundesliga was only partly successful.
“We invest a lot, but do not bring the victory over time,” said Frankfurt Sebastian Rode after 2: 2 (1: 1) against the TSG Hoffenheim at “Sky”. Ansgar Knauf supplemented: “That’s a bit annoying, because we lead 2: 1.” For five league games, the Frankfurters have been waiting for a victory. In particular, “double packer” Evan Ndicka stood in front of 50,500 fans in the spotlight.
At the dress rehearsal for the semi-final first leg in the Europa League on Thursday (21.00 o’clock / RTL) in London, the Frankfurter first headed their own goal (12th), then met for compensation (32nd) before he prepared Daichi Kamada’s goal ( 66.). Georginio Rutter (78.) Rescued the now six-giving Siegless Hoffenheimers of coach Sebastian Hoeneß at least one point in the European Cup race.
After the rotation at Union Berlin (0: 2), Glasner brought his stammelt again. National Teakeeper Kevin Trapp reported fit, with Knauf, Rode, Kamada and Rafael Borre in the team.
Glasner had challenged the starting signal for “four fantastic weeks in which we want to achieve a lot” – but in the first home game after the triumph of Barcelona, the SGE was cold corny. A harmless flank of TSG striker Andrej Kramaric headed Ndicka into his own goal.
Ndicka makes mistakes well again
Despite the early residue, the Eintracht struck, but did hard against the deep-standing Hoffenheimer. The Hesse developed only more goal of sea after Munas Dabbur (23.) missed the second goal against the strong Kevin Trapp. Ndicka met by head – this time on the right side – for deserving compensation.
From the guests who continue to fight through injuries and locks with personnel issues, little came. The Kraichgauer also had to thank goalkeeper Oliver Baumann, who responded several times excellently – among other things against Jesper Lindström (39th).
After the break, the game started similarly crated as in the first half. Both teams were missing the igniting ideas in the offensive. The Frankfurters, who can only qualify for international business with a European League Triumph, but were visually superior.
And she rewarded himself when Kamada throttled the ball emotionally into the corner. In the middle of it was once more Ndicka, which raised the leadership hit out of the cow. In the final phase, the TSG increased at least something, Ihlas Bebou (72.) came to a dangerous degree. Rucker then saved a point.