Bremen stops Frankfurt's streak

The goals of Gebre Selassie and Sargent do justice on the scoreboard and cause the first defeat of Eintracht de Jovic this year in the Bundesliga.


Every streak comes to an end. Eintracht Frankfurt lost in the Bundesliga for the first time so far this year and, in this way, offers Bayer Leverkusen the possibility to cut differences in the fight for the Champions League places. The side led by Adi Hütter took the lead in Bremen, but allowed Florian Kohfeldt's men to come back from the game in the second half and end up adding three very important points that move them away from the critical zone of the classification in Germany.

The visiting team, pushed by the dynamic of good results, started the game with more impetus and took the lead through André Silva, who added his 19th goal in the Bundesliga. Of course, the goal was preceded by a corner kick badly awarded to Frankfurt. However, after 20 minutes of dominance by the Hessian team, the eagles allowed the Hanseatic team to get back into the game fully, although they missed good chances through Rashica and Schmid.

Things changed in the second period. The local team went up a gear and managed to turn the scoreboard in a matter of a quarter of an hour. Two goals from Gebre Selassie and Sargent did justice on the scoreboard against Werder's bravery and put Eintracht on the ropes. Hütter reacted and gave entry to Jovic with 20 minutes remaining, but the loan from Real Madrid could not prevent a defeat that means a severe setback in the face of Eintracht's aspirations to play in the Champions League.

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