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Europa League winner 2022, Eintracht Frankfurt claim the title.

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In Sevilla, Spain, the two best teams in the competition played to decide the Europa League winner 2022. In the final match, which was played in front of less than 40,000 spectators in Estadio Ramón Sánchez-Pizjuán, the german team won Europa League after many years and an incredible match. Scottish opponent of Ranger Glasgow surrender after penalty shoot-out; Ramsey fails the decisive penalty for the scottish team, while Kostic and Borrè scored the penalty that give the decisive advantage and take their team to the victory. Final score was 5-4 for the germans, after penalty kicks.

The match – First half ends with the result of 0 – 0. There are many minutes wasted cause of scary injury of Sebastian Rode, who stays on the ground for many minutes, with head bleeding. In the second half the Ranger of Glasgow score first in the final at minute ’57. This happened fter an error by Tuta (who had an injury and was sub with japanese teammate Makoto Hasebe). So the nigerian player for the scottish team, Joe Aribo hit the first goal of the match. Eintracth Frankfurt – Ranger Glasgow: 0 -1.

At minute 70′ is the colombian stricker, Rafael Borre’ that scores the equilizer for the germans, after a cross by Filip Kostic.

Extra – time – From that moment both teams were’nt able to score, with the result lasting for the remaining time. In the extra- time Eintracht was superior and had some chances to score: Borrè, again, steal the ball and tries to score, but he had got stopped in the last meters. At the end of second half of extra time the result was 1 -1: the teams go to penalty shoot – out. Lenz, Hrustic, Kamada, Kostić and Borré scored for the germans. Ranger score with Tavernier, Davis, Arfield and Roofe. Former Juventus player, Aaron Ramsey, wasn’t able to score the 4th penalty, giving the edge to the other team.

Eintracht Frankfurt are now Europa League winner 2022 for the second time in their history, after the triumph of 1980.

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