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Europa League, Eintracht-Rangers 6-5: Ramsey misses the decisive penalty!

Europa League, Eintracht-Rangers 6-5: Ramsey misses the decisive penalty!
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SEVILLE Eintracht Frankfurt wins the 2021/2022 edition of the Europa League. Oliver Glasner’s German side beat Rangers 6-5 after penalties. Regular time ends at 1-1 (unblocks Aribo for the Rangers and responds Borré) and the result remains fixed in extra time despite the many opportunities created. From eleven meters, the Eintracht does not miss even once while for the Rangers it is the decisive error of the former Juve Aaron Ramseyentered in the 118th minute: the Welsh midfielder kicks central and gets saved by Trapp.

Eintracht Francofortre-Rangers, match report and statistics

The formations of Glasner and Van Bronckhorst

It goes on stage at the stadium Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan of Sivigilia the final of Europa League between Eintracht Frankfurt And Rangers. The German team aims to win its second European trophy, after the 1980 Uefa Cup, in an edition where it has managed to overcome Betis Seville And Barcelona respectively to the eighths and quarters. Instead, ten years have passed since the failure of the Scottish team, with the restart from the Third Division until the victory of the Scudetto last season and now with the possibility of celebrating the second European trophy after the Cup Winners’ Cup 50 years ago. The Eintracht technician, Oliver Glasner, focuses on Borrè as the only striker, with Lindstrom and Kamada behind him. Instead, the former Milan remain on the bench Hauge and the former Atalanta Lammers. The Rangers coach, John van Bronckhorstrelies on Wright as the only striker with a defense at 5 and a midfield at 4. The former starts from the bench Juventus Ramsey.

The first half ends without a goal

Eintracht immediately forward, looking for the goal of the advantage already in the first minutes. The rhythm of the game, however, is broken in the 6 ‘when after a game clash Rode stay on the ground bleeding ahead. The midfielder and Eintracht captain gets up after the intervention of the doctors and returns to the field. It starts with Sow that at 12 ‘creates the first excellent opportunity for the German team but his conclusion is blocked by McGregor. At 21 ‘still Eintracht forward with Knauff who kicks at the near post but is rejected by McGregor. He also tries N’Dicka head but touches the crossbar. Rangers’ reaction arrives in the 26th minute with the shot from the edge of the area of Aribo which ends a little to the side. At 37 ‘still Eintracht, with Kostic who runs halfway through the field on the counterattack but then makes a mistake at the time of the shot by kicking out. Shortly after he tries Lundstram head but Trapp lifts the ball over the crossbar. The first half ends without goals.

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Eintracht-Rangers, scare for Rode: blood for a cut on the head

Aribo unlocks, Borré replies

Still Eintracht aggressive in the second half, with i Rangers who try to restart on the counterattack. The German formation becomes dangerous and the Scots create the best chances, especially with Kent who blatantly misses in front of the goal after an excellent idea from Tavernier. Shortly after, however, in the 57th minute, a defensive mess from Eintracht favors the Rangers goal: Sow’s back pass who is hooked by Aribo, Suit try to mark the attacker but awkwardly falls to the ground (he will then be replaced due to injury) leaving room for Aribo for the shot with which he beats Trapp and puts his people ahead. The reaction of the German team was immediate and came close to a draw with Lindstorm and Kamada. Then at the 70 ‘cross by Kostic, Borré hits first and brings the result to 1-1. At 72 ‘space on the pitch for the former Milan Hauge, who replaces Lindstrom. After the two goals, the two teams are unable to prevail over each other, also thanks to the players’ fatigue. However, there is room for excellent opportunities, especially for Eintracht which in the 90 ‘touches the goal with a cross shot by Kostic. Regular minutes are not enough for the Europa League final: we go to extra time.

Borré show, Ramsey flop: Rangers ko, Europa League at Eintracht

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Borré show, Ramsey flop: Rangers ko, Europa League at Eintracht

Ramsey’s mistake on the spot was decisive

Even in the first extra period it is Eintracht that launches forward and becomes dangerous. In fact, in the 96th minute the German team nearly took the lead with the author of the first goal Borré stealing Bassey ball and enters the area alone, but before the shot the Rangers defender himself intervenes and remedies his mistake by blocking the shot. Very slow pace in this phase, with tired teams and the strong heat on the pitch. Thus the first quarter of an hour closes. Second extra time on fire, with many chances for both occasions. It begins Barisic that comes close to scoring for Rangers e Hrustic who responds after a few seconds with a good low shot. Resounding ending with first Jakic Eintracht who in the 116th minute touches the crossbar from distance, then in the 119th minute reaction of the Rangers with Kent receiving a few steps from the door but Trapp gets over and saves the result, then Davis kicks out on the rebound. Meanwhile, at 118 ‘Sakala comes out for the Scots who leaves room to the former Juve Ramsey. It ends 1-1 after 120 ‘and we go therefore on penalties. Rangers leave with Tavernier making no mistake. Eintracht responds with Lenz settling the score. Davies, Hrustic, Arfield and Kamada then score. The first mistake of the series is of the Rangers ed it’s Ramsey’s own who gets the central shot parried by Trapp. Eintracht takes the lead with Kostic. For the Scots goes Roofe who scores but it’s useless: Borré scores the last penalty for Eintracht which wins the 2021/2022 edition of the Europa League. Therefore, the error of the former Juve from the penalty spot that condemns the Rangers was decisive.

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