Eintracht Frankfurt’s fairy tail season continues with a Europa League final clash with Scottish side Rangers. The Bundesliga team did the unthinkable by eliminating big sides like Barcelona and David Moyes’ West Ham United.
In the Europa League 2021/22 campaign, Eintracht Frankfurt’s best players could dominate the end of season Europa League XI.
Historically, Frankfurt is one of the traditional Bundesliga clubs with impressive records in European football competitions.
In 1979–80, Eintracht Frankfurt were runners up in the European Cup, the club’s first-ever European Final. And in the 1979–80 season, Eintracht Frankfurt successfully won their first UEFA Cup/UEFA Europa League trophy and the 21/22 final could be the second European trophy.
Eintracht had a disastrous campaign in the Bundesliga this season and could qualify for the Champions League next season if they win the trophy at the expense of the Rangers.
Who is the main player at Eintracht Frankfurt?
Serbian Midfielder Filip Kostić is one of the best players at the club. He is the main player at Eintracht Frankfurt, scoring an average rating of 7.31. He was very effective in the game against FC Barcelona and West Ham United.
Kostic most frequently plays on the left wing and has been very effective and has also been involved in most vital goals scored.
According to SofaScore Stats, Filip has been involved in the Midfield duties of Eintracht Frankfurt throughout the season, only sitting out twice due to injuries.
Filip Kostic: Eintracht Frankfurt’s main player in the Europa League 2021/22 – Stats
- Key Passes – 21
- Touches – 71.7
- Successful Dribbles – 40%
- Total Duels Won – 35%
- Shots Per Game – 2.7
- Accurate Per Game – 79%
- Individual Player Rating – 7.27
Eintracht Frankfurt best players to watch vs Rangers Europa League Final
1. Filip Kostić (Midfielder)
2. Ansgar Knauff (Midfielder)
3. Almamy Touré (Midfielder)
4. Daichi Kamada (Forward)
5. Djibril Sow (Midfielder)
6. Tuta (Defender)
7. Jesper Lindstrøm (Forward)
8. Gonçalo Paciência (Forward)
9. Evan Ndicka (Defender)
10. Kevin Trapp (Goalkeeper)
11. Rafael Santos Borré (Forward)
12. Stefan Ilsanker (Defender)
13. Makoto Hasebe (Defender)
14. Martin Hinteregger (Defender)
15. Timothy Chandler (Midfielder)