Trapp: Something like in Barcelona will probably never exist
Eintracht Frankfurt goalkeeper Kevin Trapp considers the events in progress at FC Barcelona to be unique this spring. © Hasan Bratic/dpa still raves about the Eintracht win in Camp Nou: goalkeeper Kevin Trapp. «We had this fantastic audience, who carried us from victory to victory and turned Barcelona into a home game. There has never been anything like that and will probably never exist.
, who knows how the cup game would have been going, Magdeburg would have balanced the early Frankfurt leadership. Penschmeter killer Kevin Trapp prevented it - once again. The keeper then revealed his secret. © Imago/Jan Huebner once again held a penalty: Frankfurt's Kevin Trapp.
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in the last competitive game of the 2021/22 season, Kevin Trapp held a penalty and was therefore an important building block in the Europa League victory of his Eintracht against Glasgow. Almost two and a half months later the time had come again and the keeper saw himself from a shooter from the point again - and again parried trapp.
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Although this time it was "only" the first cup round in the DFB Cup, the parade was no less important. In the person of Daichi Kamada in Magdeburg, his foregrayers had taken the lead early (4th), but after Tuta's gräsche against Leonardo Scienza in the penalty area, the keeper was challenged again only three minutes later.
"at the time is not so unimportant. I think if the ball goes in, then the stadium will come again, then it is 1: 1," said Trapp after "Sky" about the thwarting of the enthusiastic answer of the Second division clubs. Thanks to him, the stadium did not come up again and the SGE pulled it into the second round in the sovereign manner.
Why Trapp is always the winner at the duel from the penalty point, the keeper also reveals afterwards: "As a goalkeeper, you have less to lose than as a player, that's a fact. I prefer to look forward to worried that I am worried, that the ball goes in. "
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Glasner is happy about the "Spirit"
his coach Oliver Glasner was fundamentally satisfied, but also put his finger in the wound in view of the difficult next tasks (Friday Bundesliga start against Bayern, Wednesday Super Cup against Real Madrid). Especially in the final phase, the coach saw some things that his team "saved". "No longer concentrated", "let the opponent open", "too counter -susceptible" - simply "too wild," said the coach of the SBU.
, on the other hand, liked the 47 -year -old the "Spirit", which his team showed again this season - and exemplarily called the cheering scenes at Trapps. "This is this spirit that awarded us last season, we wanted to take it into the new season. We want to show it again and we need it too." Not just in the next two games.
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