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Eintracht Frankfurt U21s back on track - Little and Bignetti in national teams

2022-09-25T17:10:31.011Z

Eintracht Frankfurt U21s back on track - Little and Bignetti in national teams Created: 09/25/2022, 18:53 By: Tino Weingarten Ignacio Ferri (right) increased his goals tally to ten goals this season. © Charlie Rolff The U21s from Eintracht Frankfurt shook their clothes off the last two defeats in the Hessen League. At SV Unter-Flockenbach, Eintracht won 4-0 (2-0) - although the international b



Eintracht Frankfurt U21s back on track - Little and Bignetti in national teams

Created: 09/25/2022, 18:53

By: Tino Weingarten

Ignacio Ferri (right) increased his goals tally to ten goals this season.

© Charlie Rolff

The U21s from Eintracht Frankfurt shook their clothes off the last two defeats in the Hessen League.

At SV Unter-Flockenbach, Eintracht won 4-0 (2-0) - although the international break was also felt in the young eagles.

SBU coach Kristjan Glibo was missing at SV Unter-Flockenbach on the one hand Marcel Wenig, who has scored eight goals so far and made his debut in the German U19 national team on Wednesday, and on the other goalkeeper Matteo Bignetti, who was replaced by Jannik Horz.

Glibo also rotated, giving game practice to some of the players who were last down.

"We're a U21, so it's clear that you're always going to rotate.

We want to prepare the boys for the next step," emphasized Glibo.

Kristjan Glibo: U21 from Eintracht Frankfurt not unsettled

In terms of play, the absence of the regular players in Eintracht Frankfurt's U21s did not detract from the game, although the guests initially found it difficult to get into the game.

"In the early stages we had imprecise passes and it took us until we were in the game.

But after that we were able to play our game and up the ante in the second half,” said Glibo.

In the first half, it was a brace from Mehdi Loune that gave SBU the lead, followed by two goals from Ignacio Ferri after the break, bagging the win.

After the last two defeats in the Hessen League, a success that was necessary in view of the top positions in the league.

But the young players in the squad didn't get restless, as Glibo emphasized: "I didn't notice any insecurity.

We played a very strong second half against Walldorf and we have to win against them.

We caught up 2-0 and were able to increase our pressure phase a lot.

We took this second half as a good example.”

SV Unter-Flockenbach:

contactor;

Mayer, Kamuff, Hechler (38 Arikan), Diefenbach (59 Blüm), Hebling, Schaudt (59 Zyprian), Heckhoff, Hammann, Kaffenberger (78 Ulpins), Marquardt (79 Ehrlich).


Eintracht Frankfurt U21:

Horz;

Kolbe, Gebuhr, Amiri (68th Bobson), Alikhil (82nd Mason), Ferri (72nd Starodid), Loune (58th Ghotra), Brauburger, Wachs, Dejanovic, Sejdovic (77th Shepherd).


Referee:

Dennis Jantz (1. SC Kohlheck).


Attendance :

950.


Goals:

0-1 Mehdi Loune (39'), 0-2 Mehdi Loune (43'), 0-3 Ignacio Ferri (47'), 0-4 Ignacio Ferri (56').

Source: merkur

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