Eintracht Frankfurt is Europa League winner! The Hessians beat Glasgow Rangers 5-4 on penalties in the final in Seville. After regulation time and overtime the score is 1:1. It is the first German triumph in this competition since Schalke in 1997 and Frankfurt’s first European Cup in 42 years.

– Europa League, Finale in Sevilla

– Voices of triumph: “I’ll drink from this pot! Now we’re bringing this bitch to Frankfurt.”

– The press is also freaking out with happiness: Eintracht triumph “terrific, gigantic, galactic”

0:1 Aribo (57.), 1:1 I erased (69.)

Eintracht Frankfurt: Trapp – Toure, Tuta (58 Hasebe), Ndicka (100 Lenz) – Rode (90 Jakic), Sow (106 Hrustic) – Knauff, Kostic – Lindstrom (70 Hauge), Kamada – Borré

Glasgow Rangers: McGregor – Lundstram, Goldson, Bassey – Tavernier, Jack (74. Davis), Kamara (91. Arfield), Barisic (117. Roofe), Wright (74. Sakala, 117. Ramsey), Kent – Aribo (111). Sands)

The most important thing in brief: triumph in Seville! The Europe specialists from Eintracht Frankfurt have crowned their memorable season with their first international title in 42 years and are playing in the Champions League for the first time.

In an electrifying final of the Europa League, coach Oliver Glasner’s team won 5: 4 (1: 1, 1: 1, 0: 0) on penalties against the Glasgow Rangers and secured the first German title in this competition since 1997 .

In regular time, Rafael Borré (69th) equalized the Rangers lead in front of 44,000 spectators through Joe Aribo (57th). In the decision from the point, goalkeeper Kevin Trapp became heroes with a saved attempt by Aaron Ramsey and Borré, who was accurate again.

Hertha BSC – Hamburger SV

05/19/2022 | 8:30 p.m