Eintracht Frankfurt in front of Seville

When returning to the well-being oasis Europa League after three-month break, Eintracht Frankfurt wants to build on the sovereign group phase and take a strong performance course on the quarterfinals.

“We’re back in good time. When we fly home on Thursday, we want to say: we have made a horny game,” said coach Oliver Glasner and Schwor took his crew at the final training in Frankfurt on the first leg in the second round at Betis Seville.

The game on this Wednesday (18:45 o’clock / RTL +) should be for the Hessian Bundesliga club only one through station on the beloved Europe trip. “We have to go to our limit and get very good performance in both games. But our goal is clear to win and resolve twice,” Eintracht-Eintracht Frankfurtstand Markus Krösche formulated the claim.

Self-confidence by victory at Hertha BSC

Real Betis Sevilla - Eintracht Frankfurt 09.03.2022
The recent 4: 1 At Hertha BSC, the Eintracht-Strell confidently made his way to Andalusia. There, the Hesse expects a difficult task. Because Betis Seville plays a strong season in the Spanish La Leaf and currently occupies fifth place. In addition, the traditional association founded in 1907 is in the cup final. “Betis is a very, very good team with very good footballers,” Glasner warned against underestimizing the opponent.

Although he stands in the home in the shadow of the Great City Trival FC Seville – and of course the big three in Spanish football: Real Madrid, FC Barcelona and Atlético Madrid, against which the dress rehearsal last Sunday with 1: 3 lost. Nevertheless, the respect for the Frankfurttern is great. “They are playfully strong and have many top players. We have to retrieve everything to get on a lap,” said Sebastian Rode.

Rode and Da Costa

The midfielder was on board after surviving abdominal muscle injury as the last battered Danny da Costa as the plane on Tuesday afternoon Seville deposed. Until the yellow-locked striker Gonçalo Paciência, Glasner is available to the strongest squad.

“We have to put a spoon on to return to a good result,” the 47-year-old Austrian demanded from his staff. The key will be in the defensive. “We have to try to allow as little as possible to go from the square as a winner,” said Torwart Kevin Trapp.

A hot atmosphere is waiting for him and his foremen, there is no Corona restrictions for football matches in Spain. 60,000 spectators could be there in the Estadio Benito Villamarín, including 3000 Eintracht followers. “It’s no secret that our fans are very, very important to us. That’s why I’m happy that we will have them in Seville behind us,” said Wingflitzer Filip Kostic and promised: “We pack that!”