Barcelona v Intract Frankfurt: UEFA Europa League

Barcelona v Intract Frankfurt: UEFA Europa League quarter-final clash: The goal of a landslide victory against Barcelona on Thursday is expected to be rocked by 30,000 traveling fans at the Eintracht Frankfurt Camp Nou. In a thrilling 1-1 draw with the Spanish giants in the first leg of the Europa League quarter-finals in Germany last Thursday, Intracht left for Spain in an exuberant mood. Follow Barcelona vs Intracht Frankfurt update on InsideSport.IN

Barcelona v Eintracht Frankfurt: Bundesliga team Frankfurt dream of losing to Spanish giants Bar্সa, with 30,000 supporters traveling to the UEFA Europa League quarter-finals.

Barcelona v Intract Frankfurt: 30,000 Frankfurt fans will travel to fight UEFA Europa League quarter-finals

“We’ll go there and kill them.” Eintracht’s sports director Markus Kroesche promises. A large number of Frankfurt fans are ready to arrive in Barcelona for the biggest game in the club’s recent history. “Together with the supporters, we want to achieve something big there.” Said Frankfurt midfielder Sebastian Road.

Far from supporting would be an “additional inspiration”, Croat told the German daily Bild, which “every player wants and needs”. At the same time, Croatia acknowledged that the team needed to “take a step further” in their performance against the Spanish five-time Champions League winners.

Barcelona v Eintracht Frankfurt: Bundesliga team Frankfurt dream of losing to Spanish giants Bar্সa, with 30,000 supporters traveling to the UEFA Europa League quarter-finals.
Barcelona v Eintracht Frankfurt: Bundesliga team Frankfurt dream of losing to Spanish giants Bar্সa, with 30,000 supporters traveling to the UEFA Europa League quarter-finals.
Barcelona v Intract Frankfurt: UEFA Europa League quarter-final clash

Frankfurt coach Oliver Glasner said the squad was happy with the results of the first leg and “everything is possible”. Their German international goalkeeper Kevin Trapp has made outstanding saves to deny the Barcelona stars and is looking forward to another busy night at Camp Nou.
“Anyone who doesn’t believe it is in the wrong place right now,” he said. Xavi Hernandez needs a Luke de Jong header in Barcelona’s stoppage time to win 3-2 over relegation-threatened UD Levante in La Liga last weekend.

Frankfurt lost 2-1 at home to Freiburg last Sunday, leaving them at the middle table in the Bundesliga, five points from European place with five games remaining. Still, Glasner believes the best way to qualify for Europe next season is to “win the Europa League – then you’ll be in the Champions League next year”.

Barcelona v Eintracht Frankfurt: Bundesliga team Frankfurt dream of losing to Spanish giants Bar্সa, with 30,000 supporters traveling to the UEFA Europa League quarter-finals.

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