The Eintracht Frankfurt from Rafael Santos Borré does not have a good time in Bundesliga because it adds a win in ten games and it’s close to the drop zone. In the UEFA Europa League On the other hand, the team is calm, is the leader of Group D with 7 points and will look for a victory that will leave it very close to the classification for the next round.
Olympiakos for his part, he is second in the board with 6 units. Eintracht will visit him for the fourth date of the group stage and the Colombian forward Rafael Santos Borré will look for his second goal in this UEL season. Against the same rival on the previous day they played in Germany and it was’ The Machine ‘who opened the way with a goal at minute 26’, for the subsequent triumph of his team 3-1. Almamy Touré and Daichi Kamada scored the other goals for ‘Las Águilas’.
The fight for the first place in Group D becomes interesting between both teams since the winner of the series will go directly to the knockout stages of the Europa League, while the second must play a preliminary round against one of the third parties that are eliminated from the Champions League. Whoever is in third place will play the newly created Conference League.
Santos Borré has started all three Europa League games with Eintracht Frankfurt and since his arrival at the club he has already had fourteen games, after also appearing in all ten Bundesliga dates and in the first round game of the German Cup where he made his debut against Waldhof Mannheim. The Colombian attacker with ‘Las Águilas’ so far he has only been able to celebrate twice with his scores and also has an assist.
I erased that with his sacrificial football he earned a place in the team led by Oliver Glasner, he also remains under the trust of Reinaldo Rueda, who in the last hours included him in the list of players who will be available for the next eliminatory double of the Colombian National Team against Brazil and Paraguay.
It will not be an easy task for Eintracht in their visit to Olympiakos, since the Greek team in their country’s Super League is leading and undefeated after eight days and adding all the competitions, they have the same number of games without knowing defeat in their courtyard , where it has not fallen since last May.
Oliver Glasner, Eintracht Frankfurt coach, acknowledged that they are not going through their best moment, however, he was optimistic considering that they already beat Olympiakos last date: “If we win, we will definitely be in the Europa League during the winter (…) We are here to show a good performance and win (…) We haven’t been playing that well lately, but we got a point against Leipzig and produced our best against Olympiakos. We are the only team that has managed to beat them this season. We will try to do it again ”.
Olympiakos: Vaclik; Reabciuk, Ba, Papastathopoulos, Lala; M. Camara, M’Vila; Lopes, A. Camara, Masouras; Tiquinho.
Eintracht Frankfurt: Trapp; Tuta, Hinteregger, Ndicka; Toure, Sow, Hrustic, Durm; Kamada, Kostic; I deleted.