Liveticker Eintracht Frankfurt – Royal Antwerp FC (Europa League 2021/2022, Group D)



Trapp has to do it! As a result of a corner of the guests, the goalkeeper initially wanders through the six-yard area. First Verstraete, then Frei pull out of the turmoil as a group. Against the shot from the latter, Trapp remains the winner.



Goal for Eintracht Frankfurt, 1-0 through Daichi Kamada
Eintracht takes the lead! Chandler gets the marble on the right wing and crosses directly with a lot of cut to the six-yard area. Kamada stands fairly free in the center in front of Butez and ends with the right outer instep. The goalkeeper is still there, but no longer prevents the impact.



The mood is – as we know it – really good. The SGE fans loudly whip their troops forward. A unique atmosphere, especially in times of Corona.



Sow sticks out of the right half space towards the baseline. Borré takes the ball, but is clearly offside.



Frankfurt begins the first few moments quite powerfully. In particular, the left wing should keep moving forward.


On the other hand, the starting position is also clear. With just one point, the Belgians are in last place in the ranking. Four points behind third-placed Fenerbahce mean that two wins are essential to make it into the Conference League. However, the last game in the Belgian Jupiler Pro League did not really have any courage: Due to the defeat at Sint-Triudense VV (1: 2), the mood may have suffered a bit recently.


The trend among residents of Mainstadt is upwards. The last four competitive games were not lost, and the last three were even victorious. Among other things, they won the Europa League against pursuers Olympiacos Piraeus (2-1), increasing their lead to four points. Means: A three-point today is enough to move into the next round as first in the table.


The guests are making four changes compared to last Sunday. Instead of Seck, Engels, Yussuf and Manuel, Dessoleil, Almeida, Dwomoh and Fischer begin.


Let’s first look at the line-ups of both teams. Compared to the Bundesliga weekend (2-0 at SC Freiburg), the home side have made no changes. According to the motto “Never change a winning team”, coach Oliver sends the same starting XI that was able to justify his trust in the end.


Hello and welcome to the fifth matchday in the Europa League! For Eintracht Frankfurt, Group D is about nothing less than group victory. Opponent: bottom of the league Royal Antwerp FC. Kick-off in the Commerzbank-Arena is at 9:00 p.m.

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