Frankfurts offensive idealessness: Who storms against Barcelona?
After 59 minutes was close to Rafael Santos Borré. The attacker of Eintracht Frankfurt was prematurely from the field on Saturday afternoon in the game against the SPVGG Greuther Fürth (0: 0). A weak performance, Oliver Glasner note 5. In the good hour in the square, the Colombian fired only one of the 21 goals of the households. Against the three central defenders of the franc, the 1.74-meter Borré could not claim that the infrastructure about external railway player Filip Kostic found no customer.
“It was not his best performance,” Configured coach Oliver Glasner. No wonder: Borré was still on the square last Wednesday for the national team Colombia against Venezuela (1: 0) on the course, arrived on Thursday afternoon again in Hesse, trained on Friday once with the colleagues and was back on Saturday again in the starting eleven. A strapacious pensum, Glasner changed his striker for the first time before the 60th minute.
Paciencia – the most powerful alternative
For him, the slower, but physically much stronger Goncalo Paciencia came to the place – and promptly the Frankfurt game was more alive. Kostics flanks found a customer with the Portuguese. Even if the harmony was not mandatory: Pacience came in good 30 minutes at least five goals shots – Oliver Glasner note 3. “He was present and made it good,” also praised Glasner. An indication that he puts against Barcelona on the powerful alternative?
Borré, most recently graduated three times with the 5, is part of the problem. But not the main reason for the repeating storm flow. In six of the youngest nine league portions, the SGE Torlos remained, also from a Daichi Kamada (also Note 5) was little to see against Fürth. “Too slow”, “too static” and with “not enough intensity” sports board Markus Krösche saw the sge. An attempt to bring no flowerpot against the Catalans.
Who lets glassners storm?
Glashner also sees the problems, talked about inaccuracy in the criminal diagram and problems in the field of use. “We have been discussing and training for a long time,” emphasizes the Austrian, but twelve league in eleven games since the turn of the year are too little for the ambitions of Eintracht too little. So whom he lets him storm against the Catalans?
Physis and final qualities in the penalty area speak for Paciencia, but against traditional ball-owned Spaniards could also be asked more pace and combination ability. And Borré has the nose in front. “More space for us, with which we do lighter,” expects Glasner, who highlights Borré’s workpensum: “He did well in recent weeks, even if he did not hit himself.” Without goals, however, nothing will go in the “Century Game” (Supervisory Board Boss Philip Holzer).