The goal is made to wait: Borré played 72 minutes in Eintracht Frankfurt’s 1-1 against Fenerbahce for the Europa League


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The goal is made to wait: Borré played 72 minutes in Eintracht Frankfurt's 1-1 against Fenerbahce for the Europa League

Rafael Borré started with Eintracht Frankfurt who drew 1-1 at home to Fenerbahce at the start of the UEFA Europa League groups. He had few opportunities to score and his team still does not win.

After four years, the forward played another match in the continental tournament. He faced the Turks who prevented him from cutting his team’s winless streak at the start of the season. Nor could he debut with his new shirt on the network.

In this reunion with the Europa League, he replied what he showed with the Colombian National Team. Much individual effort to look for situations in the area, wear with the defenders and the intention to connect outside the area and on the sides to install spaces.

The visitor took the lead in the 10th minute with a goal from Mesut Özil. The 1-1 was scored by Sam Lammers with a touch of first in front of the goal at the end of the first half. In that play that began on the left, the Barranquillero accompanied by the far post.

The rest of the party offered the same. There was little generation of football and extra sacrifice against a rival that held the tie well. At 72 it was the first change. He was replaced by Jens Petter Hauge. In stoppage time, the VAR annulled a Fenerbahce goal play after the rebound of a maximum penalty for a previous invasion of the area.

For the second date of Group D, Eintracht Frankfurt will visit Antwerp of Belgium on Thursday, September 30.


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