In the duel between the Austrian coaches Oliver Glasner and Adi Hütter, Glasner was able to keep the upper hand. The Eintracht from Frankfurt was able to bring in a 3-2 victory at Borussia Mönchengladbach. But the Gladbach company delivered a tailor-made start. Scally headed the ball across the back area before Neuhaus was able to place the round leather in the Frankfurt goal with a hard shot. Both teams subsequently acted cautiously.
The response from Frankfurt to the early goal came a few moments before the break whistle. Borré held out from close range and made it 1: 1. After the uneventful first 45 minutes, the second half had a little more to offer. After 50 minutes Jesper Lindström turned the game in favor of the Glasner-Elf. However, three minutes later there was a penalty for Borussia Mönchengladbach. Ramy Bensebaini was able to transform this safely.
However, it happened in quick succession. In return, Borussia Mönchengladbach conceded the next goal. Hinteregger found Kamada with a long ball, who in turn played a one-two with Borre. Kamada ran towards the Gladbach goal and sunk the ball in the long corner. From the 70th minute, Eintracht Frankfurt was one man less. Tuta received the second yellow card after a foul. For him, the working day ended prematurely.
However, Oliver Glasner’s team was able to bring the narrow lead over Borussia Mönchengladbach and Adi Hütter over time. For Gladbach it is the fourth defeat in a row after the 1: 4 in the derby against Cologne, the 0: 6 debacle against Freiburg and the 1: 4 bankruptcy at RB Leipzig.