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Harsh criticism of Eintracht Frankfurt from the West Ham manager

West Ham manager David Moyes during a Premier League match against Arsenal London.

West Ham manager David Moyes during a Premier League match against Arsenal London.Bild: www.imago-images.de / imago images

In the Europa League, Eintracht Frankfurt is currently ranked sensation after sensation. Only in the quarter-finals

West Ham United fans and officials dreamed of the same dream until Thursday, only to be disappointed after two defeats in the semifinals.

After entering the final, the Frankfurt fans let their emotions run wild and stormed the pitch.

After entering the final, the Frankfurt fans let their emotions run wild and stormed the pitch.Image: HJS sports photo / Hans-Jürgen Schmidt

West Ham manager is sent off

The magnitude of the frustration was shown towards the end of the match, when the chances of the two-goal Londoners dwindled with each passing minute.

In the 78th minute, West Ham manager David Moyes suddenly angrily threw a ball in the direction of a ball boy, referee Jesus Gil Manzano immediately showed him the red card and asked him to leave the stadium.. “I apologize for that,” the 59-year-old said after the game.

After consulting his video assistants, referee Jesus Gil Manzano (yellow) shows the West Ham manager (right) the red card.

After consulting his video assistants, referee Jesus Gil Manzano (yellow) shows the West Ham manager (right) the red card. Image: HMB Media / Heiko Becker / Heiko Becker

Eintracht manager Oliver Glasner showed some understanding of the action. “He knows it himself, an unnecessary action in emotion.” Glasner allowed himself a similar emotional outburst in the group match at Piraeus, but he managed to get away with a yellow card.

“You can see David Moyes isn’t as tech-savvy as I am,” joked the 47-year-old. “I shot the crowd in Piraeus and he hit the ball boy.”

Moyes criticizes Frankfurt’s jubilation after a red card

His counterpart David Moyes, despite the disappointment at the elimination, stressed that he was “very proud of the players, as [sie] played with ten men “.

However, one scene annoyed Moyes, who undoubtedly left after the match. His team was outnumbered by the 19th minute, when winger Aaron Creswell was only able to foul on a long pass on Jens Petter Hauge.. After the intervention of the video referee, the Spanish referee decided to apply the emergency brake.

There was no doubt that the decision was correct, but Moyes was still upset about Frankfurt in this context: “I am very disappointed with the reaction of the Eintracht Frankfurt bench,” said the Scotsman to cheers from some reserve players. “You can’t react like that. I hope my bank doesn’t.”

After being knocked out of Frankfurt, Moyes and his team must fight for another place in the European Cup. They are currently seventh in the Conference League in the Premier League.

Meanwhile, Frankfurt awaits the Europa League final on 18 May in Seville. The opponents will be Glasgow Rangers, who eliminated RB Leipzig in the semifinals.

(kpk)

In the Europa League, Eintracht Frankfurt is currently ranked sensation after sensation. Only in the quarter-finals

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