Summary and goals of the match Eintracht Frankfurt vs Rangers in the European League final


Eintracht Frankfurt, Germany, won the 2022 European League title at the expense of its Glasgow Rangers counterpart, 5-4 on penalties, in the match that took place between them on Wednesday evening at La Cartuja stadium in Seville, Spain, in the final of the European League Championship for the current season 2021-2022.

The two sides resorted to penalty kicks after they came out positive with a score of 1-1 during the activities of the regular and extra time, which prompted them to resort to penalty kicks.

Joe Aribo opened the goals of the match in the 57th minute for Rangers, before Rafael Aribo scored in the 67th minute for Eintracht Frankfurt. With this result, the two teams resort to overtime after a positive tie that decided the result of the original time of the match.

Eintracht Frankfurt qualified for the European League final, after overtaking West Ham United, with two goals in the first leg, during the match that was held between them at the “Olympic” stadium in the British capital, London, before repeating the victory with a goal without a response, in the confrontation that took place at the Dutch stadium. Bank Park.

While the Scottish team, Rangers, snatched the qualification for the final match in the Europa League this season, after losing the first leg with a clean goal at the “Red Bull Arena Leipzig” before returning and winning three goals against a goal, in the confrontation that took place between them at the “Ibrox Stadium”. , within the second leg of the semi-finals.

The 2022 European League winner will receive a financial prize of 8.5 million euros, while the runner-up will receive 4.5 million euros, while the semi-finalists will receive 2.4 million euros, while the teams that have played the quarter-finals will receive 1.5 million euros.

Eintracht Frankfurt and Glasgow Rangers had previously met two matches in the Champions League semi-finals, during which the German team won the first leg 6-1 in April 1960, and the German team repeated the 6-3 victory in Mapo of the same world.

Alan MacGregor (40 years and 107 days) became the third player aged 40 or over to appear in a major European final tonight, after Dino Zoff (41 years and 86 days in the 1983 European Cup). ), Edwin van der Sar (40 years 211 days), UEFA Champions League 2011.

The atmosphere of the meeting before its start witnessed clashes between the fans of the two clubs, which contributed to the Spanish police throwing a number of German fans belonging to the Eintracht Frankfurt team after the attacks that took place.

The formation of Eintracht Frankfurt was as follows:

Goalkeeper: Trapp.

Defence: Ndika, Toure, Tota.

Midfield: Kosic, Rudy, Sue, Knauf.

Forwards: Kamada, Bure, Lindstrom.

The Glasgow Rangers line-up was as follows.

Goalkeeper: McGregor.

Defence: Tavernier, Goldson, Pace, Parcic.

Midfield: Jack, Wright, Lundstram.

Forwards: Kent, Arriba, Kamara.

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