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He Real Madrid He does not usually pay too much attention to other clubs, but what happened last Sunday in Frankfurt is giving rise to talk at the Santiago Bernabéu. Luka Jovic, a player who did not exceed two goals in his 32 appearances dressed in white, it took just half an hour to match that figure after his return to Eintracht Frankfurt. The Serbian striker fell on his feet in the club that launched him to stardom two years ago and did not stop when sending a small dart to Real Madrid on social networks. “You just had to put it in,” Eintracht wrote on Twitter after Jovic’s double against Schalke 04 (3-1).
It is not a secret that the environment is decisive in this football. Jovic, ostracized in the Madrid team, returned to a Frankfurt in which he feels like a fish in water. They were friends and they continue to be so, something that was soon reflected on the pitch and that was also reflected in the interviews with the protagonists after the final whistle at the Commerzbank Arena. “I asked Luka before the game how many goals he was going to score. He replied: ‘If I play 15 minutes, I’ll score one.’. So I told him he had to make two if he played 30. And he delivered. He deserves something to give him this week“, revealed his partner Djibril Sow.
Fredi Bobic, sports director of the seventh classified in the Bundesliga, added: “Luka did not register many contacts with the ball, but the ones he had were most effective. The script was written. It was like in Hollywood. It has a quality out of the ordinary and you can tell that the air here suits you well“. What was crossed out by the main German newspapers of “fairy tale“ has a simple motive from Bobic’s point of view: “Luka has his people here, he knows them all and is more than at ease“. Jovic coincide: “This team is no worse than the one I left in 2019. I expect even better results“said the Serbian, who is already one more in his Eintracht.
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