Felipe Kostic was on song for Eintracht Frankfurt following his brace against Barcelona in the 3-2 win over the Catalan team at the Camp Nou in the Europa League, though the home side scored late goals it wasn’t enough to get a comeback.
Eintracht Frankfurt started the game with a perfect move as Eric Garcia was forced into a strong tackle to bring an opponent into the box, the referee didn’t hesitate to award a penalty, with Garcia being penalised with a yellow card.
Filip Kostic scored for the visitors from the spot-kick with just four minutes played at Camp Nou.
Barcelona conceded the second goal in the 36th minute after the defence was taken on by Rafael Borre, it now looks like the Catalan Champions are gradually giving up on this tie and the competition.
Barcelona suffered another blow from Kostic, the Serbian attacker was sot on to make it 3-0 for the visitors in the 67th minute.
Sergio Busquets scored what appeared to be a consolation goal for the home team with just six-minute left to play but the intervention of VAR ruled the goal offside.
Busquet was at the right place to send in a rebound from the edge of the box to get the home team a consolation goal.
Frankfurt defender Obite Evan N’Dicka was given his marching order after getting booked for the second time and Memphis Depay make no mistake from the penalty spot to make it 2-3.
Frankfurt advanced to the semi-finals of the clash on 4-3 aggregate, with the result Barcelona’s 15 games unbeaten record comes to an end.