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Eintracht wins the Europa League, puts Ranger on penalties – Sport

Eintracht Frankfurt won the 2021-22 UEFA Europa League by beating Rangers Glasgow 6-5 after a penalty shootout (1-1 at 90 minutes and after extra time) in the final in Seville. record

Ramsey’s mistake upsets Rangers
A penalty foul by Aaron Ramsey, the ex-Juventus who entered just minutes before the end, condemns Glasgow Rangers and gives the Europa League to Eintracht Frankfurt, to the delight of their unruly fans. In the final, which ended in a 1-1 draw in the 90th minute and after extra time, Ramsey was the only penalty miss that ended a poor match, a foul that made the Scottish Army now despair. I invaded Seville. Many tears oppose the joy of the Germans, first and foremost Eintracht president Peter Fischer who infuriated Sevilla when he called Sanchez Pizjuan “the stadium of Mickey Mouse”. Then he added, shouting, “Tonight I want to drink from this damn cup!” And in the end he can drink a toast with his coach Oliver Glasner, the first Austrian to win in Europe at the helm of a German team since Hamburg, led by Ernst Abel, who shook Juventus in Athens in 1983. Eintracht’s match winner, as Cha Bom-kun in 1980 when the Eagle team beat Attila In the European Football Association then, it was the Colombian striker Bure, who tied for the first time in the 69th minute during the match. The goal of Rangers, with Aribo, in the 57th minute and then scored the decisive penalty kick, his fifth, which gave the cup to the city of Frankfurt. It is still, therefore, a bad final and the cup is dedicated to penalty shootouts, like last year when Villarreal beat Manchester United who eliminated Roma in the semi-finals. And there is still a bitter taste in the mouths of those in Italy who believe that Lazio or Napoli could have been replaced by Eintracht and Rangers if the Italian teams faced this competition with a little conviction. It will be, hopefully, next time.

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