Eintracht Frankfurt triumph over Arminia, with an emphatic 5 goal display

This result takes Adi Hutter's team to 30 points in the competition
Technical card:
Arminia Bielefeld: Stefan Ortega, Cedric Brunner, Amos Pieper, Joakim Nilsson, Jacob Laursen, Ritsu Doan, Marcel Hartel (Arne Maier, min.77), Fabian Kunze, Reinhold Yabo (Christian Gebauer, min.46), Fabian Klos (Sven Schipplock, min.77) and Sergio Cordova (Nils Seufert, min.59)
Eintracht Frankfurt: Kevin Trapp, Martin Hinteregger, Evan N`Dicka, Tuta, Erik Durm (Almamy Toure, min.72), Makoto Hasebe (Stefan Ilsanker, min.71), Djibril Sow (Sebastian Rode, min.78), Filip Kostic, Amin Younes (Luka Jovic, min.66), Andre Silva and Daichi Kamada (Ajdin Hrustic, min.77)
Stadium: the Schüco Arena
Goals: Andre Silva (0-1, min. 25), Filip Kostic (0-2, min. 27), Andre Silva (0-3, min. 33), Sergio Cordova (1-3, min. 36), Joakim Nilsson (1-4, min. 51) and Luka Jovic (1-5, min. 75)

Eintracht defeat Arminia 5-1 on Saturday at the Schüco Arena. Arminia Bielefeld had been hopeful of continuing their run, following a 3-0 victory against Stuttgart. Eintracht Frankfurt were unable to beat SC Freiburg in a 2-2 draw. Following today’s result, Arminia Bielefeld are in 15th place on the table and has 17 points while Eintracht Frankfurt sit in 6th with 30 points after 18 matches.

Eintracht Frankfurt started strong and were rewarded, with Andre Silva opening the rout, 25 minutes in. Later, Eintracht Frankfurt scored again and increased their lead thanks to a goal from Filip Kostic to make it 2-0. Later, Eintracht Frankfurt scored again thanks to another goal from Andre Silva, scoring his second goal in minute 33 to establish the 3-0. Arminia Bielefeld pull-back thanks to a goal from Sergio Cordova in minute 36 to establish the 3-1. The score at half time was 3-1.

Eintracht Frankfurt started the second half on an intensified spirit, with a goal from Joakim Nilsson in the 51st minute. Later, Eintracht Frankfurt took the lead with a goal form a goal from Luka Jovic in the 75th minute to hand victory to the visitors.

For Arminia Bielefeld Christian Gebauer, Nils Seufert, Sven Schipplock and Arne Maier came on for Reinhold Yabo, Sergio Cordova, Fabian Klos and Marcel Hartel, while Eintracht replaced Luka Jovic, Stefan Ilsanker, Almamy Toure, Ajdin Hrustic and Sebastian Rode with Amin Younes, Makoto Hasebe, Erik Durm, Daichi Kamada and Djibril Sow.

There were bookings for Fabian Kunze and Nils Seufert from Arminia and Evan N`Dicka and Amin Younes for Eintracht.

Arminia Bielefeld will next travel to FC Köln, while Eintracht Frankfurt will face Hertha BSC at home.

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