Barcelona face Indracht in Europa League quarter-finals
BARCELONA – Barcelona, the first contender for the Europa League title in the quarter-finals on April 7 and 14, have teamed up with Eintracht Frankfurt.
The first leg will be held in Germany and the second leg will be held in Camp Nou. The winner of this tie will face off in a qualifying round match between West Ham and Lyon, who, if they pass, will play in the second leg of the semi-final at Barசாa Stadium.
In the other part of the draw, Leipzig will face Atlanta and Prague will face the Glasgow Rangers, with the winners of each match playing in the semifinals.
Eintracht, who knocked out Real Betis in extra time last Thursday, went straight into the 16th round after qualifying first in Group D with a last-minute lucky goal, as well as Olympiakos, Fenerbahçe and Antwerp.
This will be the first clash in continental history between Barசாa and Eintracht, with Barசாa returning to Germany, bidding farewell to the Champions League after being beaten by Bayern Munich in December, knocking out and leading the group. He is considered to be the undisputed favorite for this Europa League.
“We’m so excited about this match, it’s another way to win the title and enter the Champions League,” Xavi Hernandez revealed in Istanbul on Thursday, but acknowledged his team’s role but shook the notion of being the number one competitor. Explicit.
The tournament champion will enter the Champions League next year and become a first-rate player, something that will not be liked by Bar பார்a unless they give the real team a league title. Madrid was his favorite.
In ninth place at the Bundesliga, Indract, led by Oliver Glasner of Austria, is 23 points behind leader Bayern, having gone undefeated in four games (three wins and a draw) after a poor run at the start of the year. With five defeats, one win and one draw, Colombian player Santos Bore was his highest scorer, with eight goals in 35 official matches, making his team stand out. Kevin Trop On target, there is no denying that it came from PSG in 2018.