Huge play by Barcelona to tie everything against Eintracht Frankfurt; Ferran Torres scored the goal


72’ Change in the local team, Lindstrom leaves and Hauge, ex Milan, enters.

71’ Ferran Torres’ seventh goal for Barça. The Spaniard always responds to Xavi.

65’ GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOL from Barcelona, ​​Ferran Torres puts the tie. The changes take effect, wall between Dembélé and Frenkie, the latter leaves 19 and he defines correctly against Trapp.

63’ Barcelona releases information about Piqué’s injury.

62’ Yellow card for Tuta for a foul on Gavi.

61’ Double change in Barcelona, ​​Dembélé and Gavi enter, Adama and Frenkie De Jong leave.

60’ Araújo has had a bad time on the left wing.

56’ Borré had it, another Kostic overflow that fell to the Colombian, he turned around, but bounced off Eric García.

54’ Barcelona has to make changes. Xavi has to react in order not to get complicated for the second leg.

50’ Knoff’s great goal does justice on the scoreboard, Eintrach was better than Barcelona.

47’ GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOL for Eintracht, Knoff from outside the area puts the Germans to win. It’s a great goal, the shot from the front was brutal.

46’ Let’s go with the second half from Germany.

45+3’ END THE FIRST HALF: Barcelona and Eintracht have not been damaged in the quarterfinals of the Europa League.

43’ Barcelona is presenting several doubts in the match. The Xavineta is not solid.

39’ After the review, the referee considers that it is not a penalty. Good decision from the referee.

37’ PENALTY! Great play by Kostic down the left wing, he sends the cross, Borré arrives to finish off, Busquets intercepts with a sweep, but the referee blows the foul. EYE the referee is going to review the play to the VAR.

34’ Specific moment when Piqué realized that he could not continue.

30’ More Pedri is appearing. Good for Barca

27’ If Eintracht takes advantage of Barcelona’s loss, they can score the first of the match.

23’ Change in Barcelona, ​​Piqué leaves due to injury and Lenglet enters. The Spanish wanted to continue, but could not.

22’ Today the Xavinet is not at 100, it has some weak points.

16’ AUBA HAD IT! He was left alone after a pass from Ferran, he shot hard, but his shot was covered by Trapp, in the end the referee gave a goal kick, the judge made a mistake in the decision.

13’ Barça plays with fire. Too many turnovers. The last two of Piqué and Araujo.

9’ Eintracht have a good time, their best attacks come from the wings and sending crosses.

6’ HE HAD IT SOW! He received inside the unmarked box, took the shot, but his shot went wide and he couldn’t score. Barcelona was saved.

4’ NEAR THE EINTRACHT! Borré shot first, intercepted the defense and it was left to Knauff who tried, but again the ball was deflected by a Barcelona player.

2’ TRAAAAAPPPPPP! The German goalkeeper saved a tremendous shot from Ferran Torres that slipped into his frame. Eintracht was saved.

1’ First foul of the match, Santos Borré committed an infraction against Alba.

GET THE PARTY STARTED! Barcelona is already playing against Eintracht for the Europa League quarterfinals.


Eintracht: Trapp, Tuta, Hinteregger, N’Dicka, Knauff, Jakic, Sow, Kostic, Lindstrom, Kamada y Borré.

Barcelona: Ter Stegen, Araujo, Eric García, Piqué, Jordi Alba, Busquets, Pedri, Gavi, Adama, Ferran and Aubameyang.

Barcelona visits Eintracht Frankfurt this Thursday (1:00 PM) in the first leg of the Europa League quarterfinals in search of a result that strengthens its positive dynamics and puts the tie on track.

“We are in good dynamics, perhaps we are in the best moment of the season”, stated the Barça coach, Xavi Hernández, last Sunday after beating Sevilla 1-0 in the league.

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The azulgranas come to the match against Eintracht after accumulating eight victories in their last ten official games, including a resounding 4-0 away to Real Madrid in LaLiga.

Barça is now aiming at Eintracht against whom they can count on almost all their figures, especially the young midfielder Pedro González ‘Pedri’, scorer of the winning goal against Sevilla on Sunday (1-0).

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“He’s a superlative player, a leader,” said Xavi about his player, who will be back on the Camp Nou pitch against the German team on Thursday.

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