The 1×1 of Eintracht Frankfurt

Always noted for Barça’s comeback against PSG, Merzig’s man was the hero of the eagles, taking a saving foot in the 118th minute that prevented Kent from making it 1-2 and stopping Ramsey from his penalty.

The Malian substituted for Hinteregger, out due to injury, and more than fulfilled his promise.

He skidded and couldn’t follow Aribo at 1-0. He was substituted after the goal.

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The most outstanding of the three centrals. He held out until 101′.

He was able to open the scoring in a heads up that McGregor won. It went from more to less.

He measured poorly on Aribo’s goal, inadvertently setting up the Nigerian striker.

The captain, who received a squad that caused a spectacular gap in the 4th minute, held the German midfield and was in charge of raising the Cup to the sky of Seville.

Surely the most decisive player in this Europa League. Assist in Borré’s goal, he also scored his penalty.

The rambunctious Dane tried every possible way before being replaced by Hauge.

The ‘Pichichi’ of Eintracht did not have his day, but he did not miss his shot either.

A scorer in the quarterfinals and in the semis, he was again fundamental when he tied the final and scored the decisive penalty.


He brought calm to the center of the rear.

It gave freshness to the three-quarter zone.

He dared with a distant shoe in overtime that narrowly missed.

With hardly any significance in the game, he did not fail in the shootout.

He also hit from 11 meters.