Goals and Highlights: Frankfurt (5)1-1(4) Rangers in Europa League Final 2022
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6:28 PM2 months ago

Goals and Highlights

5:55 PM2 months ago

FINAL

Frankfurt is crowned! A great game by the Germans, who defined their victory from the penalty spot.
5:55 PM2 months ago

Penales

Frankfurt goal! Borré scores the goal that gives Frankfurt the championship.
5:54 PM2 months ago

Penalties

Rangers goal! Roofe scores the goal, hoping Frankfurt doesn't score the last one.
5:53 PM2 months ago

Penalties

Frankfurt goal! Kostic scores his goal and puts the Germans in front.
5:52 PM2 months ago

Penalties

Goalkeeper! Trapp ends up saving Ramsey's shot with his feet.
5:51 PM2 months ago

Penalties

Frankfurt goal! Kamada fires in a great shot to score his goal.
5:51 PM2 months ago

Penalties

Rangers goal! Arfield sends a pretty powerful shot that Trapp can't do anything about.
5:50 PM2 months ago

Peanlties

Frankfurt goal! Hrustic scores the second and ties everything up again.
5:49 PM2 months ago

Penalties

Rangers goal! Davis shoots on the edge of the crossbar to put Rangers in front.
5:49 PM2 months ago

Penalties!

Frankfurt goal! Lenz crosses his shot and ties the series.
5:48 PM2 months ago

Penalties!

Rangers goal! Tarvernier shoots and scores the first from the penalty spot.
5:41 PM2 months ago

121'

It's over! The match is not defined and will go to penalties.
5:41 PM2 months ago

120'

Close! Tavernier's shot, but Trapp keeps the ball out of his net.
5:33 PM2 months ago

114'

Almost! Kent shot, but the ball ends up in Trapp's hands.
5:31 PM2 months ago

11'

Kostic's cross, but the ball ends up in McGregor's hands.
5:27 PM2 months ago

105'

Close! Hrustic sends a lethal shot, but the ball goes wide.
5:26 PM2 months ago

106'

Change of Frankfurt. Hrustic replaces Saw
5:24 PM2 months ago

105'

The match continues with the overtime complement.
5:22 PM2 months ago

105+2'

At the end of the first half, both teams are tied at one goal.
5:16 PM2 months ago

101'

Change per team. Frankfurt substitute Lens for N'Dicka. Rangers substitute Sands for Aribo.
5:15 PM2 months ago

99'

Knauff sends a lethal shot, but it fails to generate danger and goes into the stands.
5:09 PM2 months ago

93'

Arfield's right-footed shot goes over the goal.
5:06 PM2 months ago

90'

The first overtime starts.
5:00 PM2 months ago

90+5'

Regular time ends. The match will be decided in overtime.
4:54 PM2 months ago

89'

Change of Frankfurt. Rode is replaced by Jakic.
4:54 PM2 months ago

88'

Close! Kostic's shot, but the ball goes wide.
4:49 PM2 months ago

83'

Good coverage for Sakala, avoiding any danger.
4:42 PM2 months ago

76'

Hauge's shot, but the ball goes into the stands.
4:40 PM2 months ago

74'

Rangers changes. Sakala and Davis are substituted for Wright and Jack.
4:37 PM2 months ago

71'

Change of Frankfurt. Hauge replaces Lindstrom.
4:35 PM2 months ago

69'

Goal, goal, goal for Frankfurt! Borré appeared, after receiving the ball, ends up pushing it to tie the match.
4:32 PM2 months ago

65'

Close! Kamada's shot, but McGregor ends up deflecting the ball with one hand.
4:23 PM2 months ago

56'

Goal, goal, goal for Rangers! Aribo steals the ball and punches the ball into Trapp's net.
4:19 PM2 months ago

53'

NOTHING! The referee does not signal the penalty after the silent review.
4:18 PM2 months ago

52'

Uff! Goldson brings down Borré inside the area and a VAR decision is expected
4:12 PM2 months ago

45'

The action resumes for the second half.
3:52 PM2 months ago

45+5'

First half ends, Frankfurt and Rangers tie at halftime.
3:50 PM2 months ago

44'

Both teams are looking for the goal, but Frankfurt is far superior.
3:38 PM2 months ago

36'

A dangerous header from Lundstram, but the ball goes wide of the goal.
3:31 PM2 months ago

29'

Lindstrom's powerful shot, but the ball goes wide.
3:27 PM2 months ago

24'

Aribo's shot, but the ball ends up going wide.
3:18 PM2 months ago

16'

Kamada's cross was deflected by the defense.
3:11 PM2 months ago

8'

Uff! Dangerous move by Lundstrom on Rode, who ends up with a bandage on his head.
3:02 PM2 months ago

0'

The actions start in Seville, we are 90 minutes away from knowing the champion.
2:58 PM2 months ago

Rangers: LineUp

A. McGregor; B. Barisic, C. Bassey, C. Goldson, J. Tavernier; G. Kamara, J. Lundstram, R. Jack; S. Wright, J. Aribo, R. Kent.
2:58 PM2 months ago

Frankfurt: LineUp

K. Trapp; A. Touré, L. Melo, O. N'Dicka; A. Knauff, S. Rode, D. Sow, F. Kostic; J. Lindstrom, D. Kamada, R. Borré.
2:50 PM2 months ago

To the court

Both teams take the field in front of a building full of fans of both teams, Sevilla is dressed up.
2:49 PM2 months ago

They're here!

Frankfurt is already present at the Sevilla stadium, tonight they will be looking to emerge victorious and return home with the trophy.
2:48 PM2 months ago

Present

Rangers is already in the Sanchez-Pizjuan, tonight will seek to close their participation in the Europa League with a flourish.
2:38 PM2 months ago

Watch out here!

Rangers are the first Scottish team to reach the final of a European competition since 2008, when they reached the final of the European Cup.
2:33 PM2 months ago

Trouble!

Prior to the match, there were several reports of a brawl in the streets of Seville between Frankfurt and Rangers players.
2:28 PM2 months ago

What a thing!

Frankfurt has reached this stage three times in European competitions, including this one, the first time in 1960 when they lost to Real Madrid in the European Cup; the second time they beat Borussia Dortmund in 1980 in the UEFA Cup.
2:23 PM2 months ago

Third time!

The Sánchez-Pizjuán will host the Europa League final for the third time. In the previous duels, Steuea beat Barcelona and Porto beat Celtic. Who will win this match?
2:18 PM2 months ago

What a beauty!

This is what the trophy that will be awarded to the champion of this edition looks like, the Sánchez-Pizjuán is awarded with this important match.

2:13 PM2 months ago

We are back!

We are back for the Europa League final between Frankfurt and Rangers. We will shortly share with you the most relevant information, as well as the confirmed line-ups.
2:08 PM2 months ago

Stay tuned for the Frankfurt vs Rangers live stream.

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2:03 PM2 months ago

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1:58 PM2 months ago

What time is Frankfurt vs Rangers for the Europa League Final?

This is the kick-off time for the Frankfurt vs Rangers match on May 18, 2022 in several countries:

 

Peru - 2:00 p.m.

Ecuador - 2:00 p.m.

Colombia - 2:00 p.m.

Mexico - 2:00 p.m.

Chile - 3:00 p.m.

Venezuela - 3:00 p.m.

Bolivia - 3:00 p.m.

Paraguay - 3:00 p.m.

Argentina - 4:00 p.m.

Uruguay - 4:00 p.m.

Brazil - 4:00 p.m.

Spain - 9:00 p.m.

1:53 PM2 months ago

Statements Frankfurt

Frankfurt coach Oliver Glasner spoke ahead of the match: "Our main strength is our unity; we have a great team spirit. Winning would be a great achievement."

"All the teams that make it to the final have earned it, because the road is long: you have to win a lot of games. With Borussia Dortmund and Leipzig, Rangers have knocked out two top Bundesliga teams in two games. That shows that they are very good and also that they are well prepared for German soccer, so I expect a very close and tight game. Both teams are very physical; British soccer is very physical."

"We can't influence what Rangers do, but we can influence what we do, how we play, what we set out to do and how we put it into practice. I want to win based on our strengths and not on the opponent's weaknesses. That's how we are preparing. Of course we respect Rangers a lot, and it will be important to know how they play, how they attack, but the most important thing is what we set out to do."

"There were a lot of changes in the summer. Some important players left and new ones came in; it took us a few weeks to be able to develop together how we wanted to play. At the end of last autumn we noticed that a lot of things were going in the right direction and that we were competitive against all the top teams. We won in Munich against Bayern and also in the Europa League against Olympiacos, when we realized that with that performance we could achieve something big."

"For me, as a coach, it's the highlight of my career. I have been told that I would become the second Austrian coach to win a European trophy after Ernst Happel (who won the European Cup with Feyenoord in 1970 and with Hamburg in 1983). He is the greatest Austrian coaching legend, it would be an extraordinary achievement for me. But for Eintracht, for the fans, for the club, for the players (bringing the trophy home 42 years after the 1980 UEFA Cup final) would be the most important thing."

"When you talk about Europe here, you immediately get a smile on your face and there's a lot of fun and joy. Obviously, that is transmitted to us in the stadium with the atmosphere and the support. It has an extraordinary meaning, a great meaning, and that's why we're going to do our best to go home with the trophy and spend a night or two celebrating with our fans."

"It gave us a lot of self-confidence going into the playoffs. And, of course, we qualified against Betis in the 122nd minute, and then the two extraordinary games against Barcelona and we're still undefeated (since the start of the group stage). We have the chance to win a European trophy, the Europa League. At the beginning we didn't believe it, but now we firmly believe it's possible."

1:48 PM2 months ago

Latest Rangers lineup

McGregor, Tavernier, Goldson, Bassey, Barisic, Lundstram, Kamara, Lowry, Aribo, Wright, Kent.
1:43 PM2 months ago

Last lineup Frankfurt

Trapp, Tuta, Hauge, N'Dicka, Toure, Kamada, Sow, Rode, Kostic, Borre, Knauff
1:38 PM2 months ago

How do Rangers arrive?

Rangers come into this match after eliminating Leipzig in the semifinal, but in their way they left Red Star, Borussia Dortmund and Sporting Braga.

1:33 PM2 months ago

How does Frankfurt arrive?

Frankfurt arrives at this match after beating Barcelona, one of the favorites to win this competition, as well as West Ham and Real Betis, beating teams of great hierarchy.

1:28 PM2 months ago

The match will be played at the Ramón Sánchez-Pizjuán Stadium.

The Frankfurt vs Rangers match will be played at the Ramón Sánchez-Pizjuán Stadium located in Seville, Spain. The stadium has a capacity for 43,883 people. 
1:23 PM2 months ago

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