Eintracht Frankfurt Hold Borussia Dortmund

Borussia Dortmund are enjoying an incredible form. The Ruhr Westphalia team travels to Frankfurt on Saturday for some Bundesliga action. Coming from an important win last Saturday against Hanover, The black and yellows are hoping to secure another 3 points. However, Match Day 20 isn’t quite as the away fans hoped as Eintracht Frankfurt hold Borussia Dortmund in the Comerzbank Arena. 


Pure Attacking Masterclass

The game started with intensive attacking plays from both teams. It seemed obvious from the beginning that none of them want to settle for a point. Eintracht Frankfurt showed more determination in the first 20 minutes. However, Marco Reus and co. started to take things under control. 


Marco Reus Scores Again

On form Marco Reus was in the mood for some goals. The black and yellows captain showed leadership and character to help his teammates find their flow.

Marco Reus celebrating his 13th goal in Frankfurt

Therefore, with an inspiring spell, Raphael Guerreiro delivered an assist in the penalty spot for Marco Reus to score his 13th goal in the Bundesliga this season. However, the German player of the year missed more chances than any other player in the entire league this Match day. 


Roman Burki, The Savior

The game could have ended with a huge scoring sheet. If it weren’t for some sensational saves from Roman Burki, or some heartbreaking misses from Marco Reus. In the defense, Weigl showed that he can be a very valuable defender for the rest of the season.

Marco Reus shows frustration after heartbreaking misses against Frankfurt

Meanwhile, in the midfield, the main question was ” Where is Witsel?”. The Belgium international wasn’t in his best of forms during the whole game.


All in all, Frankfurt deserved the point

As Eintracht Frankfurt hold Borussia Dortmund, the home team played a very courageous game in the presence of Dortmund’s amazing attacking line up.

Borussia Dortmund players thank fans who traveled to Frankfurt

It is a game to forget surely for Lucien Favre’s men as they will take on Werder Bremen for DFB Cup action next week. 

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