LIVE result Frankfurt vs Rangers TODAY: great match for the final of Europa League 2022

LIVE result Frankfurt vs Rangers TODAY: great match for the final of Europa League 2022

A great duel for the international title is coming. Follow the incidents of the match in the city of Seville. Do not miss it.
A great duel for the international title is coming. Follow the incidents of the match in the city of Seville. Do not miss it.

Eintracht Frankfurt from Germany and Rangers from Scotland face each other today, Wednesday, May 18, at the Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán Stadium for the 2022 UEFA Europa League final . Squads go out for glory in Spain. In this note you can follow the result live, as well as minute by minute. big game

The ‘eagles’ do not arrive in the best way to this decisive duel. In the Bundesliga they have gone 8 consecutive games without knowing victory. In fact, the last time they took all 3 points we have to go back to March 13, when they beat Bochum (2-1). Since then, they have drawn 5 times and lost 3 others. This has caused them to be in eleventh position in the tournament with 42 points, with no chance of entering international tournaments.

For its part, in the continental contest is where it has been able to exhibit its maximum potential. They finished first in group D over Fenerbahce from Turkey, Olympiakos from Greece and Antwerp from Belgium. In the round of 16, he left Real Betis on the way by a global score of 3-2.

But the label of ‘candidate’ was given after eliminating Barcelona from Spain by an overall result of 4-3 , with the remembered victory at the very Camp Nou after the draw in the first leg and with a massive German presence. Then, in the semi-finals, they defeated England’s West Ham 3-1 on aggregate.

Kostic’s brace for 3-0 in Barcelona vs. Frankfurt for Europa League 2022. (Video: ESPN).
In its squad it has important players such as the Colombian Rafael Santos Borré , who has 3 goals and 2 assists in 12 games played. There is also the Japanese Daichi Kamada , the team’s top scorer in this competition with 5 goals.

On the other hand, the Scottish team comes from occupying second place in the Scottish Premiership, after having added 89 units, 4 less than its classic rival and champion this season, Celtic. However, of their last 5 games they have won 4 times, the most recent being last Saturday May 14th by 3-1 against Hearts, the opponent with whom they will play the Scottish Cup final this Saturday 21st.

As for their participation in the Europa League , they placed second in group A with 8 points, which allowed them to face and leave Borussia Dortmund (6-4), Red Star (4-2), Sporting Braga (3-2) and Leipzig (3-2). The right back, James Tavernier , is the team’s top scorer in the competition with 7 goals and with his institution they will try to get revenge after falling in the semifinals of the 1959/1960 Champions League, where they succumbed by the aggregate of 12 -4 against Frankfurt.


Eintracht Frankfurt will not be able to count on one of its pillars in the starting eleven, defender Martin Hinteregger , as he suffers from a muscle injury. Rangers are in the same situation, as their striker Alfredo Morelos is injured.


Rafael Santos Borré , forward of the ‘Teuton’ cast, declared in a press conference prior to this match. “Playing this final with Eintracht Frankfurt is fantastic. It is a great opportunity.We have a great team spirit and that is what has brought us here.We want to show it tomorrow too” , he said.

Meanwhile, the coach of the Scots, the Dutchman Giovanni van Bronckhorst , also had words about this great final. “This is a club I played for for three years in the 1990s and I am proud to take the players to the final. It is a great opportunity to get a second big title in Europe. We have had an incredible season and it will be an incredible final. Butthe final is only beautiful when you win” , he assured.


– Rangers 3-6 Eintracht Frankfurt (Champions League semi-final second leg 1959/1960).

– Eintracht Frankfurt 6-1 Rangers (1959/1960 Champions League semi-final first leg).


Eintracht Frankfurt: Kevin Trapp; Almany Toure, Tuta, Evan N’Dicka; Ansgar Knauff, Djibril Sow, Sebastian Rode, Filip Kostić; Jens Petter Hauge, Daichi Kamada and Rafael Santos Borré. DT: Oliver Glasner

Rangers: Allan McGregor; James Tavernier, Connor Goldson, Calvin Bassey, Borna Barisic; John Lundstram, Ryan Jack, Glen Kamara; Scott Wright, Ryan Kent and Joe Aribo. DT: Giovanni Van Bronckhorst


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