Rafael Santos Borré was present at Eintracht Frankfurt’s 1-1 draw against Colonia, as a local, at the Deutsche Bank Park stadium
, at stake corresponding to the sixth day of the German Bundesliga.
The Colombian started and once again had an outstanding performance with the black shirt of the German cast. The forward finally ended the scoring drought and scored the equalizer for his team in front of ‘The mountain goats’.
The barranquillero’s score came in injury time in the first half after a play down the left wing and a cross into the heart of the area by Filip Kostić. ‘Rafa’ entered without a mark and with a shot with his right leg beat goalkeeper Timo Horn.
This was the attacker’s first goal since his arrival at ‘Bávaro’ football. The ‘coffee’ footballer had to wait 469 minutes and five games as a starter to celebrate a goal against the Eagles fans.
During the engagement, Santos Borré once again demonstrated his sacrifice to help the team in the defensive part, and again he was very lonely in the attack. There were very few opportunities he had to score.
The Colombian tried to make a difference by teaming up with his teammates, alternating position with outs on the sides, but the lack of creativity in Frankfurt’s midfield made his job quite difficult when trying to score goals.
In the end, they did not go beyond the tie and the Colombian’s team remains in the last positions of the standings with 5 units.
On the next day, Rafa Borré will have a tough rival as he visits Bayern Munich on matchday seven of the German championship.