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Eintracht: Depressed mood after loss against BVB

Eintracht: Depressed mood after loss against BVB

After the defeat against Borussia Dortmund the mood at Eintracht Frankfurt is depressed. Players like coaches felt "more fed up".

The Eintracht player after losing Dortmund.

The Eintracht player after losing Dortmund.
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FRANKFURT – 1: 3 at Borussia Dortmund – that is a result for the Frankfurt Eintracht, as it was expected beforehand. But the whole of Frankfurt had the feeling "that there was more to it". Whether it was manager Bruno Hübner, coach Adi Hütter or goalkeeper Kevin Trapp, they were convinced that with a little more concentration and a few mistakes would have been less possible against the unusually meager Dortmund at least one point.

It was the second goal (73rd) that had deprived the bannenders of courage and confidence. "That was the bottleneck," said coach Hütter. Sébastien Haller had just made it in the 68th minute when the Eintracht defensive team developed miserably. Simon Falette could not keep a cross from Jadon Sancho on the left and Marius Wolf had simply forgotten the entire defense. "We did not defend Sancho aggressively enough," Hütter said softly.

Wolf took the opportunity and scored for BVB. The fact that the former colleague did not rejoice out of respect does not make Eintracht much easier. "Ironically, he, Wolfi, had waited a bit with his first goal for Dortmund," said Mijat Gacinovic.

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