scene of the game: In a confusing Situation, on the edge of their own penalty area, fell over the city of Bremen full-back Ludwig Augustinsson first and touched the Ball illegally with his Hand. So curious to see the action was, so logically, the penalty was whistled. While the Bank and the tempo of the hue and Cry was screaming because she wanted to have a Foul by Ante Rebic saw, turning Sébastien Haller certainly (68. Minute). 20. Hit on 20. Penalty kick attempt as a professional and at least a point for Frankfurt, the win against a Team in the Bundesliga more often than in Bremen.
20 – Sebastien #Haller’s career in the League turned in his Pro playing all of the 20 penalty to Eintracht where he took (1/1 for Auxerre, 14/14 for Utrecht and 5/5 for the @). Sure. #SVWSGE #Bundesliga pic.twitter.com/g7IeQ5MNcQ
— OptaFranz (@OptaFranz) 26. January 2019
result: Werder Bremen and Eintracht Frankfurt have parted 2:2 (1:1). Click here for the match report.
tactics and personnel, such as here: of Bremen Trainer Florian Kohfeldt put on Philipp Bargfrede as a defensive control instance, the moving as well as be compared To Makoto Hasebe again and again, between defensive midfield and centre of defence. Frankfurt’s Coach Adi Hütter gave preference to the Training of the last week, Simon Falette to Evan N’Dicka. A decision he may have to Falettes weak Performance in front of the 1:2 repent of.
first half: Maximilian Eggestein dribbled, thanks to a spin by three Frankfurt defenders and scored the 1:0 (27.), Rebic had Niklas Moisander with a simple illusion into an Empty slip and moved to the left into the far corner (35.) – the almost equally beautiful balance. Martin Harnik also gave two good options (6. and 12.). Since Maximilian Eggestein hit the post (39.) and his brother John from a promising left half Position Kevin Trapp in the 100. Game for Eintracht 43 was able to overcome (.), it remained after 45 minutes of 1:1.
second half: According to Kruse’s dream to pass on in the first half of this Falette got rid of far too easily, rounded the also Trapp and pushed casually to the 2:1 (52.). Frankfurt answered with Augustinsson-inflicted penalty, Haller transformed (68.). Both Teams started in the result in a thrilling Bundesliga game on the offensive – a fifth hit should not, however, fall with the Bremen in stoppage time luck had: referee Markus Schmidt had a hand in the game of kick the penalty area go unpunished.
Max Kruse (mid)
man of the match: In enemy possession of the ball defended Werder in a 5-4-1, with Max Kruse as the only aggressor and troublemaker. The Bremen captured the Ball, he had a fall and went into the room in front of Frankfurt’s three chain. Both of which are key decisions for a strong Bremer performance. To Kruse’s wonderful Pass into the path of Martin Harnik, of the could for the 2:1 (52.). Bad news for Werder: At the end of the season, Kruse’s contract runs out, as well as the Maximilian Eggestein. The good: Frank Baumann, Director of Sport, revealed in an Interview cautiously optimistic about a contract extension. “The key is, when you renew, but that.” Since you do not want to contradict.
Thunder Rode: In the winter break, Borussia Dortmund to Frankfurt returned, showed Sebastian Rode against Freiburg with a strong performance. In Bremen, he was called for significantly more, and noticed two strong Fouls against Max Kruse at the start of the second half. After the Yellow card he was significantly slower on the road and had in the 72. Minute luck, after a Foul on Johannes Eggestein Yellow-Red.
The great Three: Rebic, Haller, and Luka Jovic had achieved after 18 days, 29 of the 37 Frankfurt goal of the season, 78 percent of the Concord-gates. After the game at Werder is a 31, from 39 to 79 percent. One percent sounds not much, but you ask an SPD functionary.
Werder Bremen – Eintracht Frankfurt 2:2 (1:1)
1:0 M. Eggestein (27.)
1:1 Rebic (35.)
2:1 Harnik (52.)
2:2 Haller (68. Hand penalty)
Bremen: Pavlenka – Gebre Selassie, Langkamp (37. Veljkovic), Moisander, Augustinsson – Bargfrede – M. Eggestein, Klaassen J. Eggestein (86. Pizarro), Kruse, Harnik (69. Sargent)
Frankfurt: Trapp – Abraham (67. Russ), Hasebe, Falette – da Costa, de Guzmán (63. Gacinovic), Rode (87. Stendera), Kostic – Haller, Rebic, Jovic
referee: Markus Schmidt
Yellow cards: Gebre Selassie, Vejlkovic, Klaassen / Kostic, Rode