Eintracht beats Marseille and lives on


The Eintracht Frankfurt was imposed this Wednesday by 2-1 in Olympique Marseillewhere the winner in the past European League there is still a chance to qualify in the round of 16 of Champions.

The two teams took to the field to play vertical and direct football, which led the game to have many plays in the area from the start and many duels for divided balls.

Eintracht took an early lead, in the 3rd minute, through Japan Daichi Kamada. The play started with a cross from Ndika from the left wing, the Danish Jesper Lindström He feinted and let the ball pass for Kamada to receive it in the crescent, enter the area and score with his right foot.

An early goal is an announcement of what the game will be like. In the 11th minute, Olympique had a good combination that ended with a deflected shot from Claus from a good position. In the 15th minute, Eintracht came close to a second with a header from Mario Gotze slightly deviated.

The exchange of blows continued with a good parry from Paul Lopez at the auction of Christopher Lenz that might have been the second for Eintracht and Olimpique equalized just three minutes later Guendouzi with a shot from the edge of the small area to the center of Mbemba.

Eintracht didn’t take long to respond and scored the second in the 26th minute Randal Kolo Muani after the combination with Götze within the area.

In the second half, Olympique came out with a plan to put the ball in the opposite half, advance their lines and gain control of the match. In the 59th minute the French had a good chance with a free kick that was taken by Alexis Sanchez which was deflected by Kevin Trapp for a corner kick.

There was a period where the German team was forced to retreat, which led to them doing less than the first half for the offensive. However the Eintracht was able to free itself from the pressure of Olympics and from the 70th minute he had more possession of the ball and more action in the opposite half. In the box itself, the Germans did not allow, so they got the advantage until the end.





Eitracht: trap Smolcic, Jakic, Ndicka; Dina Ebimbe (Alidou, 79), Kamada, Sow, Lenz (Pellegrini, 45); Lindstrom (Rode, 68), Gotze; Kolo Muani (Borré, 79).

Pau Lopez; Mbemba, Ballerdi, Gigot (Kolasinac, , 60); Claus (Luis Suárez, 85), Rongier, Veretout, Nuno Tavares; Guendouzi (Under, 60), Harit; Alexis Sanchez.

The objectives: 1-0 (min 3, Kamada), 1-1 (min 22, Guendozi), 2-1 (min 27, Kolo Muani

Referee: Jesús Gil Manzano (Spain), Booked Nuno Tavarez, Veretout, Smolcic, Dina Embimbe, Luis Suárez

Incidents: The Champions League group stage match was played at Deutsche Bank Park, in front of 48,700 spectators.

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Source: La Verdad


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