Eintracht Frankfurt and Borussia Mönchengladbach share the points on matchday 33. It wasn’t really exciting because the table for both clubs is no longer about anything. The network reactions.
0:1 Plea (4.)
1: 1 Pacienacia (66.)
Gladbach cracked the Frankfurt B-Elf after just four minutes. Stefan Lainer played a dream pass from Lars Stindl sharply into the middle, where Alassane Plea pushed in to make it 1-0. Cold shower for unity!
It didn’t matter to the fans: the Eintracht supporters celebrated their team for the finals in the Europa League for more than 90 minutes. Gladbach, on the other hand, didn’t really use the momentum of the first goal; a lame summer kick developed.
In the second half, Borussia missed numerous good opportunities and lacked determination and concentration in the last third. So Frankfurt did it with passion: Crowd favorite Goncalo Paciencia took heart after 66 minutes and scored dryly from the second row to equalize. Gladbach’s Sippel didn’t look good there.
Both teams still had chances in the final stages, but they lacked the will and in the last situation of the game a few centimeters – Daichi Kamada scored the lead, but was very delicately offside. It stayed at the bottom line, deserved 1:1.