Borussia Mönchengladbach – Eintracht Frankfurt 1: 3: Furious first half! SGE gives foals no chance

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 Borussia Mönchengladbach - Eintracht Frankfurt 1: 3: Furious first half!  SGE gives foals no chance

Eintracht Frankfurt has conquered the Borussia-Park fortress with counter-football from the textbook and got a broad chest for the Champions League. Thanks to a furious first half, the Hessians won 3:1 (3:0) in Mönchengladbach and climbed to fourth place in the table.

Denmark’s Jesper Lindström with his first Bundesliga brace (6th/45th) and Frenchman Eric Dina Ebimbe with his first Bundesliga goal (29th) made things clear early on. The 3-0 lead was the highest half-time lead in a Frankfurt Bundesliga away game since May 1977 (5-0 in Essen). After the change of sides, the Europa League winner was able to save himself for the home game against Olympique Marseille on Wednesday, Marcus Thuram’s connection (72nd) came too late.

Four days after the bitter cup knockout at second division Darmstadt 98, Gladbach disappointed again. After four wins from five home games, the Foals slipped into mid-table.

Frankfurt is “probably the team in the best form” in the league, said Gladbach coach Daniel Farke before the game. As if to prove it, Eintracht got off to a flying start in an extremely lively early phase: after a counterattack, the ball landed quite happily in front of Lindström’s feet, who pushed in from close range.

Almost in return, Gladbach’s top scorer Marcus Thuram had the equalizer on his feet, but failed in front of Kevin Trapp at the Eintracht goalkeeper (9th). Even after the turbulent beginning, the 53,019 spectators were offered the best entertainment. Tough duels alternated with fine moves, Lars Stindl also failed with a direct acceptance by Trapp (22nd).



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