Hertha BSC take the points and enjoy a home win against Eintracht Frankfurt

Technical card:
Eintracht Frankfurt: Kevin Trapp, Martin Hinteregger, Evan N`Dicka, Tuta, Aymen Barkok (Almamy Toure, min.61), Makoto Hasebe (Sebastian Rode, min.76), Djibril Sow, Filip Kostic, Amin Younes (Luka Jovic, min.61), Andre Silva and Daichi Kamada (Ajdin Hrustic, min.82)
Hertha BSC: Rune Jarstein, Lukas Klunter, Jordan Torunarigha, Niklas Stark, Luca Netz (Maximilian Mittelstadt, min.46), Santiago Ascacibar (Vladimir Darida, min.89), Lucas Tousart (Jessic Ngankam, min.89), Matteo Guendouzi (Eduard Lowen, min.89), Krzysztof Piatek, Dodi Lukebakio (Mathew Leckie, min.77) and Matheus Cunha
Stadium: Commerzbank Arena
Goals: Krzysztof Piatek (0-1, min. 66), Andre Silva (1-1, min. 67), Martin Hinteregger (2-1, min. 84) and Andre Silva (3-1, min. 90)

Eintracht eased past Hertha in a 3-1 victory on Saturday at Commerzbank Arena. Eintracht Frankfurt were looking to pick up points after winning last match. Hertha BSC were beaten 4-1 in the previous match against Werder Bremen. After today’s result, Eintracht Frankfurt are in 3rd place, with 33 points from 19 matches, while Hertha BSC sit in 14th, with 17 points from 19.

After an uneventful first half, Hertha BSC took the initiative in the second half, thanks to Krzysztof Piatek opening the scoring, 66 minutes in. However, their lead didn’t last for long, as an equalizer from a goal from Andre Silva, 67 minutes in brought Eintracht Frankfurt level. Later, Eintracht Frankfurt scored again and turned the match thanks to a goal from Martin Hinteregger to make it 2-1. Later, Eintracht Frankfurt took the lead with a goal form another penalty goal from Andre Silva, scoring his second goal in the 90th minute just before the final whistle, which sealed the victory for Eintracht Frankfurt.

For Eintracht Frankfurt Luka Jovic, Almamy Toure, Sebastian Rode and Ajdin Hrustic came on for Amin Younes, Aymen Barkok, Makoto Hasebe and Daichi Kamada, while Hertha replaced Maximilian Mittelstadt, Mathew Leckie, Eduard Lowen, Jessic Ngankam and Vladimir Darida with Luca Netz, Dodi Lukebakio, Matteo Guendouzi, Lucas Tousart and Santiago Ascacibar.

There were bookings for Tuta from Eintracht and Lucas Tousart, Jordan Torunarigha, Krzysztof Piatek and Matheus Cunha for Hertha.

Eintracht Frankfurt will next travel to Hoffenheim, while Hertha BSC will face Bayern München at home.

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