Another away win for Eintracht Frankfurt after a 2-1 win over West Ham in Thursday night’s Europa League semi-final first leg in London Stadium.

The Bundesliga side had beaten Barcelona at Nou Camp to reach this stage after scoring the earliest ever Europa League semi-final goal.

That Ansgar Knauff header after 50 seconds was cancelled out by Michail Antonio later in the first half, but Frankfurt were firmly on top following the restart.

Daichi Kamada tapped in what proved to be the winner on the night, with Jarrod Bowen almost stealing a draw when an audacious acrobatic effort cannoned off the crossbar in injury time.

David Moyes’ West Ham a tough task heading to Germany for next week’s return match.


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