Europa League: Glasner leaves the “implant” after victory

After the success of the penalty shootout against the Scottish club, it broke all the dams for Frankfurt and tens of thousands of fans in Seville and at home. “We always looked for superlatives. But there is no word to describe it,” said goalkeeper Kevin Trapp, who became Hessen’s second winner of the match alongside top scorer Raphael Bury. When the score was 1:1, Trapp shone shortly before the end of time The extra defended with his foot from a few meters away and he blocked Aaron Ramsey’s thrilling penalty kick.

“Today I’ll release the pig for once. Tomorrow too. And maybe the day after tomorrow too. If that’s no longer possible, I’ll go on my well-deserved vacation,” Glasner said after the victory. When the team presents the trophy at the Römer Stadium in Frankfurt on Thursday evening, the capital is likely to witness The main party is a party of unprecedented proportions. About 100,000 people are expected. Glasner’s prediction was great in return: “The journey does not end here in Seville, it ends with our fans in Romer.”

Eintracht Frankfurt wins the European Cup

Austrian Oliver Glasner triumphed in the European Cup: His team Eintracht Frankfurt won 5-4 on penalties in a thrilling Cup final in Seville, bringing the trophy back to Hessen for the first time in 42 years.

With this success, Eintracht wrote the club’s history 42 years after winning the UEFA Cup, and they can now look forward to millions in rain. After finishing 11th in the Bundesliga last season, international business is also at stake for Frankfurt in Seville. Now the club can compete as the fifth German representative in the Champions League.

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Glasner lifted the cup after the victory in Seville, and then the night of celebration began

“You will not be hara-kiri”

There is already a preconceived notion of first class on August 10th in the Supercup. Then the opponent in Helsinki is either Liverpool or Real Madrid. Despite all the growth opportunities, the club wants to stay true to itself. “We are not going shopping now because we have qualified for the Champions League once,” said Eintracht president Peter Fischer. “There will be no Keri hot in this club.”

“The journey continues in the Champions League,” said the injured Martin Hinterger, who watched the match more nervous than ever as a spectator. The Austria international was able to celebrate at the awards ceremony, as was Stefan Ilsanker, who had two short group stage matches in the fall. In the spring he is no longer there, his contract expires.

Martin Hinterger and Raphael Bury (Frankfurt)

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Hinterger, who missed the final due to injury, then celebrated by scoring Bouri

Last year’s failure caused victory

Eintracht is unbeaten in all 13 matches in the European League. Glasner saw one of the reasons for his success in qualifying for the Champions League last year. “Do you know where the reason for today’s title lies? Last year he failed to qualify. It’s like that a lot in life. There are setbacks and then it shows if you’re big,” the 47-year-old said. This is football, this is life,” Glasner added.

The former LASK coach took over from compatriot Adi Hütter, who moved to Mönchengladbach, in the summer. Glasner “Ko” Michael Engerschmid also took from Wolfsburg VFL, his second assistant Ronald Bronmeier came to Maine from Plow Weiss Linz. The trio had tough weeks at first. At the beginning of November, sporting director Marcus Croce was forced to defend his coach against criticism. At that time there was talk of a relegation battle. A little six months later, those controversies seem to be long gone.

Eintracht fans supported silence only once in Seville. According to media reports, a fan fell from the stands during the final match. According to “Bild” newspaper, Al-Moayad was said to have suffered a fracture of the tibia and fibula and had to be treated for minutes on the sidelines. According to the report, he is supposed to be transferred to Frankfurt on Thursday for an operation. Because of the accident, Frankfurt supporters completely stopped supporting their team.

Disappointed Rangers

Rangers left the field undefeated. After Joe Aribo’s lead, the Scots briefly looked like winners, but winning the 1972 Cup Winners’ Cup would not have been followed by another title. “It’s never good to lose. It hurts everyone,” said coach Giovanni van Bronckhorst.

He hurt Rangers when Trapp thwarted Ryan Kent’s big chance. “He did everything he could. It was a fantastic rescue,” Van Bronckhorst said. As Scotland’s runners-up, Rangers now have to go through the qualifying factories for the Champions League.

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