Barcelona vs. Eintracht Frankfurt result

Explore Now

Eintracht Frankfurt eliminated Barcelona from Europe after a disastrous performance at the Camp Now.

With a 3-2 win at the Nou Camp, the Germans advanced to the Europa League semifinals, beating Barcelona 4-3 on aggregate.

Barcelona had 75 percent possession but only 10 shots compared to Frankfurt's 15, most of which came in the dying minutes as the hosts hoped for a late miracle.

After the break, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang missed the biggest chance of the game.

Kostic opened the scoring with a fourth-minute penalty after Eric Garcia fouled him.

The Germans led 2-0 at the halftime break thanks to a great Rafael Borre goal.

After an hour, Kostic scored again from open play, effectively ending Barcelona's European hopes.

Sergio Busquets scored a consolation goal early in stoppage time, but it was wasted in an otherwise forgettable performance.

Memphis Depay's penalty kick ended the game 3-2 in the second leg.

Aside from Frankfurt's devastating counter and comfortable defending, 30,000 Frankfurt fans reportedly made the trip to Barcelona, dotting the Camp Nou in white.

Sammy Watkins $4M contract with Packers

Click Here To See