Europa League Quater finals: Barcelona returns from Frankfurt with a draw, while Leipzig and Atalanta square off in a good tie

Barcelona’s game against German hosts Eintracht Frankfurt ended in a 1-1 draw on Thursday in the quarter-finals of the “Europa League”.

The German team began with a magnificent shot from Ansgar Knauff (48), and the Sons of Coach Xavi equalized with a remarkable play translated by Ferran Torres (66) in the Eintracht net.

Tuta, an Eintracht Frankfurt player, was sent off in the 78th minute for interfering with Pedri, the young Barcelona star.

Germany’s Leipzig against Italy’s Atalanta ended in a 1-1 draw

Colombian Luis Muriel opened the goal for the visitors in the 17th minute, and the Germans equalized in the 58th minute thanks to a mistake by Davide Zappacosta. Andre Silva of Portugal missed a penalty for Leipzig in the 57th minute.

Sporting Braga defeated Glasgow Rangers with a single goal.

Abel Ruiz Ortega of Spain established himself as the match’s hero by scoring the game’s solitary goal in the 40th minute.

Lyon were pleased with a point against hosts West Ham United (1-1)

Jarrod Bowen scored West Ham’s first goal in the 52nd minute. Lyon, on the other hand, equalized in the 66th minute thanks to Tanguy Ndombele’s midfield. The French team failed to capitalize on their English opponents’ numerical disadvantage when Aaron Cresswell was sent off in the 45th minute after earning a red card.

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