With Luka Jovic (on loan from Real Madrid) entering the 74th minute for Makoto Hasebe, Eintracht Frankfurt defeated Hoffenheim 1-3 on Sunday 12th in the table, regaining fourth place in the Bundesliga, 12 points behind leader Bayern .
The team trained by the Austrian Adi Hütter, who only gave Jovic prominence in the last quarter of an hour, with the victory practically sentenced, extended their run of good results at the PreZero Arena. Eintracht Frankfurt took advantage of the quarter of an hour with A goal from Serbian Filip Kostic from Amin Younes’ pass, but at the start of the second half Sebastian Hoeness’s side leveled thanks to a goal from Togolese Ihlas Babou.
Eintracht Frankfurt accelerated at game time and sentenced the game. Two ‘targets’ in 3 minutes, signed by the French Ebite Evan N’Dicka in 62 ‘and by the Portuguese Andre Silva in 64’, widened the visitor’s income. The Portuguese has 17 goals in this Bundesliga, in which he is the second top scorer, after Robert Lewandowski (who has 24). Ten minutes later Jovic entered the field, who replaced the Japanese Makoto Hasebe and did not score.
Eintracht Frankfurt consolidates in fourth place, 2 points behind 3rd, Wolfsburg, and with one of income compared to Bayer Leverkusen, currently 5th. The other scheduled for this Sunday, the Arminia Bielefeld-Werder Bremen, was suspended due to a snow storm.