After the last two defeats Eintracht Frankfurt can win a League game. The 2:1 (1:0) against Bayer Leverkusen achieved, Danny da Costa (28. Minute) and Filip Kostic (57.) Frankfurt’s goals in an encounter that was dominated in the first half, numerous Fouls. For Leverkusen, Karim Bellarabi (65.).
The Concord began in front of a home crowd on the offensive: Already after 50 seconds Ante Rebic missed the right time to play Sébastian Haller. Instead of the lead for Eintracht, there were chances for Leverkusen: Kevin Trapp had to do a double clear in the time of greatest Hardship against Julian Brandt (15. and 18. Minute), 19. Minute, the Ball was a shot from Bellarabi in the Frankfurt goal, but referee Felix Brych ruled rightly Offside, as Trapp Aleksandar Dragovic has been significantly hampered.
Almost out of Nothing, then the 1:0 for Eintracht: Kostic’s cross from the left penalty area and half in the middle, where the Ex-Leverkusen da Costa, a toe in front of the player on the Ball was and the Ball over the line squeezed. After 32 minutes Brych had already shown three frankfurters, a Yellow card. Jetro Willems, Evan Ndicka and Haller were gone too rustic to works, there were numerous treatment breaks.
in the second pass, the player does not take many decisions of Brych discussions to start. Soccer was played also: In the 57. Haller played a sharp Pass into the middle, where Kostic to the 2:0 was zeroing in. Eight minutes later, the first goal fell to defender, hit from the right half Position to the short corner (65. Minute).
with the victory, remains in Frankfurt two points behind in striking distance to fourth-placed Leipzig, Leverkusen remains in eleventh place in the midfield. The Team of Heiko Herrlich must play on Wednesday at Schalke 04 (18.30), the harmony moves to the Derby and Mainz (19.30).
Eintracht Frankfurt – Bayer Leverkusen 2:1 (1:0)
1:0 da Costa (28.)
2:0 Kostic (57.)
2:1 Bellarabi (65.)
Frankfurt: Trapp – Falette, Salcedo, Ndicka – da Costa, Fernandes, Willems (84. de Guzman), Kostic – Gacinovic (90.+1 Stendera) – Haller, Rebic (81. Jovic)
Leverkusen: Hradecky – Wise (63. Bailey), Tah, Dragovic, Jedvaj – Kohr, Aránguiz (63. Alario) – Bellarabi, Havertz, Brandt (85. Paulinho) – Volland
referee: Felix Brych
Yellow cards: Willems, Ndicka, Haller, Salcedo, Fernandes, Gacinovic / Bellarabi, Alario