>> Match report: Eintracht Frankfurt against Bayern Munich
The soaring of Eintracht Frankfurt is not stopped by league leaders Bayern Munich. After their 2-1 home win against the German record champions, the “Adler” managed by Adi Hütter remain undefeated in 2021 and can continue to dream of participating in the Champions League. For the fourth place in the table, the win against Bayern was already the fifth league success in a row, only twice they lost generally only this season.
Coach Adi Hütter was correspondingly satisfied after the game: “To be only seven points behind Bayern after 22 match days and to have only lost two times is a top performance. We are happy to have defeated this world-class team.”
“Are a good team from the first to the 25th man”
From the past eleven games, the Frankfurters were able to collect a whopping 29 out of 33 possible points, Borussia Dortmund, who are currently sixth in the table, are already six points ahead. Reaching the premier class is no longer a distant dream for the “Adler”. “ The win is to be rated very highly, there are bonus points. I hope that we continue to stay in this flow.
The win gives strength, power and self-confidence. It hurts me that we celebrate such victories without fans. Everyone wants us now as first hit this year “, said the visibly satisfied head coach of Eintracht Frankfurt.
The y have already scored 45 goals this season, making them the second most in the entire German Bundesliga after FC Bayern Munich (62) together with Borussia Dortmund. ÖFB kicker Martin Hinteregger was also visibly satisfied with the performance of the team: “We achieved the victory with good combinations before the break and then fought for it.”
Luka Jović, who also returned, praised the team for a “great first half” and generally emphasized the solidarity within the team: “We are a good team from the first to the 25th man.” After that, he was also allowed to delight the team with a case of beer, based on his Sky interview, by criticizing the heavy cell phone consumption of his teammates in the cabin after a game.