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Barcelona 2-3 Eintracht Frankfurt (3-4 agg) summary: score, goals, highlights, Europa League

Kieran Quaile
BARCELONA, SPAIN - APRIL 14: Filip Kostic of Eintracht Frankfurt celebrates after scoring their sides first goal during the UEFA Europa League Quarter Final Leg Two match between FC Barcelona and Eintracht Frankfurt at Camp Nou on April 14, 2022 in Barcelona, Spain. (Photo by David Ramos/Getty Images)

Barcelona 2-3 Eintracht Frankfurt (3-4 agg): as it happened

Frankfurt fans celebrate win

Thousands of Frankfurt fans stayed back at full-time to celebrate a historic win at Camp Nou.

There was reportedly close to 20,000 German fans at the ground tonight and an estimated 30,000 on the streets of Barcelona.

Their team deserved to go through on the night. They were superior to Barcelona, who lose for the first time in 15 games. 

Eintracht Frankfurt dump Barcelona out of Europa League

Eintracht Frankfurt are deserved winners at Camp Nou.

FT: Barcelona 2-3 Eintracht Frankfurt (3-4 agg)

Frankfurt have beaten Barcelona over 180 minutes.

It just about crosses the line!

GOAL! Memphis scores from the penalty spot!


Barcelona have a penalty!

N'Dicka has been sent off for a foul on Luuk de Jong.

West Ham have beaten Lyon 3-0 and will play Eintracht Frankfurt in the semi-finals.


Dembélé crosses from the left. Trapp comes out to catch the cross.


Barcelona continue to threaten but they've left it too late.


Gavi crosses for Araújo. Frankfurt clear.


Knauff slides through Busquets. It's a very late one.


Luuk de Jong almost scores at the back post!

Busquets scores from outside the box

Hundreds of Barcelona fans have missed that goal, as they make their way home. 

Barcelona 1-3 Eintracht Frankfurt (2-4 agg)

It's a superb strike by Busquets. He drives a 20-yard half-volley past Trapp. 





There will be NINE minutes added on!


Memphis takes the corner from the left. Frankfurt clear. 


Huge noise coming from the away fans now, as Barcelona fans make their way out of Camp Nou. Barcelona are about to be dumped out of the Europa League.

Well, that just sums up Barcelona's night...


Busquets was offside


GOAL!!! Sergio Busquets scores

Hrustic is booked for a foul on Dembélé. Memphis swings the free-kick in. Barcelona score from it!

Busquets is able to slot home all alone at the back post after a scramble in the box.

And there are close to 20,000 Frankfurt fans in the famous old ground tonight. This is one they won't forget unless they do go quite hard on the Estrella Damm of course. 


Barcelona were 15 games unbeaten (11 wins, 4 draws) before Eintracht Frankfurt's visit to Camp Nou. 


Kamada almost curls in number four. It goes just wide of Ter Stegen's left post. Frankfurt have kept going, with some excellent individual performances from Knauff and Kostic.


Knauff has been a nightmare for Barca tonight. They can't get near him as he runs across the 18-yard line. His shot is eventually blocked just 30 seconds after Lindstrom almost made it 4.


Frankfurt chance!

Knauff sends in a wonderful cross from the right. Borré can't connect properly and sends it high and wide. It's 4-1 to the German side on aggregate.

Can De Jong rescue Barcelona?

Barcelona have turned to Luuk de Jong...

Frankfurt are in dreamland

Barcelona find themselves 3-0 down at home. They're heading out of the Europe League, as things stand. 

Barcelona 0-3 Eintracht Frankfurt (1-4 agg)

Kostic fires past Ter Stegen from the left-hand side of the box. Dest has to get to him quicker but take nothing away from the strike. 

Frankfurt score again. Kostic gets a brace. 



Barcelona substitution

OFF Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang

ON Adama Traore


The referee's pitchside monitor is not working and he has been on the side of the pitch for three minutes trying to solve the problem.


Barcelona change

OFF Mingueza

ON Dest


NO penalty for Barcelona!

There may have been a handball and the referee is checking...


We're now going to VAR for an incident in the Frankfurt box. It could be a penalty for Barca. 


HUGE stop by Ter Stegen!

It was almost game over. Frankfurt break rapidly. It falls to Lindstrom, but his low shot is saved by the German netminder.


That Barcelona fan protest behind the goal lasted just 10 minutes. They're now returning to their seats. Their team also needs them as they trail 2-0. 


Dembélé gets to the byline but can't cut his cross back and it's a goalkick for Trapp. 


Dembélé has been impressive down the right. The more they can get the ball to him, the more chances they will make. It's currently 3-1 to the Bundesliga side on aggregate. 

Barcelona fans leave Camp Nou

We have an update from Camp Nou. The end behind the goal is now empty as Barcelona fans are reportedly protesting at the number of Frankfurt fans that have been allowed into the home section. There have also between reports of fighting between both sets of supporters. 

Pedri off, De Jong on

Here's confirmation of that half-time change for Barcelona.

Barcelona needed an early goal in this half, and they won't get a better chance again. Dembélé, once again, lethal down the right. 


Dembélé crosses from the right but Aubameyang misses it at the back post. The goal was gaping and the Gabon international somehow takes his eye off it and misses a glorious chance. 


And we're underway for the second half!

Barcelona change

ON Frenkie de Jong

OFF Pedri

I'm hearing that Pedri has picked up an injury and will be replaced by Frenkie de Jong for the second half. 

Eintracht Frankfurt lead at half-time

The Germans are leading 2-0 at Camp Nou.

There is no added time at the end of the first half and the referee blows for half-time. Frankfurt lead 2-0 at the break and 3-1 on aggregate. 

HT: Barcelona 0-2 Eintracht Frankfurt


It's another glorious chance for the away side. Knauff drives just over after another fine run on the right. Jordi Alba is struggling against him tonight. 


Barcelona have an uphill battle on their hands. Every time Frankfurt go forward, they look like scoring.

Barcelona 0-2 Eintracht Frankfurt (1-3 agg)

Borré fires past Ter Stegen from distance.

What a goal!

Borré scores an absolute screamer from 25 yards. It flies past Ter Stegen into the roof of the net. Barcelona are 2-0 down at home in the first half. 





Knauff goes on a mazy run, cuts in from the left, before unleashing a low left-footed strike. Ter Stegen gets down to his left to save it. Knauff scored a wondergoal in the first leg.


Pedri has been quiet tonight. He came off the bench to score against Levante on Sunday in Barcelona's 3-2 win.


There have been three yellow cards shown so far and all three players who have been booked have been ruled out for the next round. 


Gavi is booked as Eintracht break. The 17-year-old takes Lindstrom down. He'll now miss the semi-final if Barcelona can come back and win. 


Pedri races into the box. Kostic does well to block. Dembélé's corner is sent into the six-yard box. Frankfurt clear. 


Kostic shoots!

The goalscorer strikes from distance but his effort is straight at Ter Stegen.

Barcelona concede another penalty

They've now conceded four penalties in two games. 


Jakic is booked for taking down Ferran. He'll miss the semi-final if Frankfurt progress tonight. 


Barcelona are playing on the front foot but are losing 2-1 on aggregate, as things stand. 


Ferran does so well down the left. As he goes to cut it back, it's blocked. Ferran has been a very good signing for Barca, since joining from Manchester City.

It was the right call by the referee after rewatching it. N'Dicka doesn't actually touch Alba as he falls. 


Alba goes over in the box but the referee waves play on. 


Ferran is fouled. Jordi Alba takes the free from the left wing. It falls to Araújo, who guides it goalward but Trapp reacts well to it. 


There are that many Eintracht Frankfurt fans here that they're spread out all over the ground and you can see large sections of white in each part of Camp Nou.


Kostic fouls Dembélé by the line. It's a free-kick to Barcelona, who haven't lost in 15 games, but they find themselves 1-0 down here. 

Dembélé and Aubameyang have an excellent understanding and have linked up on several occasions this season. Dembélé has created three of Auba's last five goals. 


Huge chance!

Dembélé finds Aubameyang at the back post but he heads over.


There are thousands of Frankfurt fans at Camp Nou. I'm not sure I've ever heard such a noise from away fans at a game. 

Eric García was booked for pulling Lindstrom down in the box and will miss the semi-final if Barcelona progress.

Eintracht Frankfurt take an early lead

Eintracht Frankfurt are ahead at Camp Nou.

Barcelona 0-1 Eintracht Frankfurt



Kostic sends Ter Stegen the wrong way!


Eric García pulls Lindstrom to the ground.



After just 30 seconds, Borré has the first shot of the game, blasting over from distance. 

We're underway at Camp Nou!

Barcelona are playing from left to right. 

The players are in the tunnel, about to make their way out onto the pitch.

We're just 10 minutes away from kick off at Camp Nou. The first leg ended in a 1-1 draw but I fancy Barcelona to win tonight and advance to the semi-finals of the competition.

Their forwards are on a good run of form. Aubameyang has been really impressive leading the line since joining and with the youthful exuberance of Pedri and Gavi in behind, I've a feeling they will have too much for the Germans this evening. 

Barcelona XI

Frenkie de Jong starts on the bench. Óscar Mingueza comes in at right-back

Managers meeting

Xavi has a chat with Frankfurt boss Oliver Glasner before kick off at Camp Nou. 

Barça unbeaten in 15 matches 

Barça, unbeaten in 15 matches in all competitions after their last triumph in LaLiga against Levante (2-3), have only been eliminated in one of their last six European ties when avoiding defeat in the first leg.

Eintracht fans travel in their thousands

As shown here by journalist Samuel Marsden, Eintracht Frankfurt fans are making their way into Camp Nou this evening.

Some reports are suggesting that there are 30,000 Frankfurt fans in Barcelona today.

Frankfurt in Barcelona

The Eintracht Frankfurt players walk the Camp Nou pitch pre-match.

It's a perfect 18 degrees celsius / 64.4° Fahrenheit in Barcelona now. Ideal conditions for both teams. 

Eric García compares Xavi to Pep

Eric Garcia has compared Xavi to Man City manager Pep Guardiola, who Garcia previously played for at Manchester City.

When asked about the influence of Xavi since his arrival in November, Garcia said: "He is showing us a lot with the ball and our distribution.

"Him and Pep are quite similar in this way. Xavi is very close to the players, he talks a lot with you and gives you advice, which is very important to the players.

"It's a shame we have only had a few months with him, but there is a lot of hope for the future ahead of us with him."

Eintracht Frankfurt XI vs Barcelona

Eintracht Frankfurt have gone with the following starting XI:

Trapp - Toure, Hinteregger, NDicka - Knauff, Jakić, Rode, Kostić - Lindstrøm, Kamada - Borré.

Barcelona's XI vs Eintracht Frankfurt

Xavi has named his starting eleven for tonight's clash.

Ter Stegen - Mingueza, Araújo, Eric García, Jordi Alba - Busquets, Gavi, Pedri - Ferran, Aubameyang, Dembélé. 

Xavi impressed with Spanish clubs in Europe

Speaking at a news conference ahead of Barcelona's quarter-final second leg in the Europa League against Eintracht Frankfurt, Xavi questioned what he believes to be the consensus that the Premier League is a "much higher level" compared to Spain.

"Yesterday, I thought LaLiga isn't that far off from the Premier League. There is this debate about the Premier League being a much higher level than LaLiga. We have two Spanish clubs in the semi-finals.

"People say it is not difficult to play in LaLiga, but the Premier League isn't far from LaLiga."

The road to Sevilla

This year's Europa League final will be held in the Andalusian capital of Seville. 

Thousands in town

An estimated 30,000 Eintracht Frankfurt fans are in Barcelona for tonight's game. An unbelievable show of support for their team. 

The stage is set!

It's Barcelona vs Eintracht Frankfurt at Camp Nou.

Kick off is just over an hour away. We'll have the teams for you very shortly. 

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