Eintracht Frankfurt vs West Ham United Results: 3-1 Aggregate Leading, Die Adler Advance to 2021-2022 Europa League Final


The results of Eintracht Frankfurt vs West Ham United in the 2021-2022 Europa League semifinal second leg are known. After going through 90 minutes of the match, Die Adler – the nickname of Eintracht Frankfurt – won 1-0 via Rafael Borre’s goal in the 26th minute.

This result makes Eintracht Frankfurt win 3-1 on aggregate. This German representative also qualified for the 2021-2022 Europa League final and will meet Glasgow Rangers at the Estadio Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan on Thursday, 18 May 2022 in the early hours of WIB.

The course of the match

First round

West Ham United’s chance to qualify for the final was getting thinner when Aaron Cresswell was given a red card in the 19th minute. The English player brought down Jens Hauge who was already standing alone in the West Ham United back line.

Frankfurt then set foot in the final through Rafael Borre’s goal in the 26th minute. Using Ansgaur Knauff’s pass, Rafael Borre grabbed with a hard shot that was unable to be driven away by West Ham United goalkeeper, Alphonse Areola.

West Ham are not without a fight. David Moyes’s team stole the opportunity to attack through Tomas Soucek’s efforts, but his efforts were not dangerous.

Towards the end of the first half, Frankfurt threatened through Sebastian Rode’s shot from outside the penalty box. However, his shot was still narrowly wide.

Second round

Frankfurt looked comfortable continuing to attack. The second half has only been running for four minutes, the German representative had already threatened through Rafael Borre’s shot, but this time Alphonse Areola can anticipate.

Frankfurt continued to pound, but the efforts made by Djibril Sow and Filip Kostic still did not bear fruit. The score is still 1-0 until the 60th minute.

West Ham were not discouraged to reply in the 60th minute through Craig Dawson’s header. Frankfurt goalkeeper Kevin Trapp swiftly thwarted the threat.

Entering the 80th minute, Declan Rice took the initiative to fire a speculative shot. Despite the lead, Kevin Trapp’s shot was secured.

Daichi Kamada and colleagues have the right to secure tickets for the 2021-2022 Europa League final.

The following is the line-up for Eintracht Frankfurt vs West Ham United:

Eintracht Frankfurt XI (3-4-3): Kevin Trapp; Martin Hinteregger, Obite Ndicka, Tuta, Sebastian Rode, Djibril Sow, Filip Kostic, Ansgar Knauff, Rafael Santos Borre, Daichi Kamada, Jens Hauge

Coach: Oliver Glasner

West Ham United XI (4-2-3-1): Alphonse Areola; Kurt Zouma, Craig Dawson, Aawon Cresswell, Vladimir Coufal, Manuel Lanzini, Declan Rice, Tomas Soucek, Michail Antonio, Pablo Fornals, Jarrod Bowen

Coach: David Moyes