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Offbeat: Kevin Trapp refuses to think of the Remontada before his match at Camp Nou

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  Kevin Trapp refuse de penser à la remontada avant son match au Camp Nou © provided by Sofoot

the opportunity to fight his old demons.

Thursday, the Franfort Eintracht of Kevin Trapp moves to Camp Nou for the quarter-finals of the Europa League. A ground that the German guardian knows well, since he had cashed six pawns during the Remontada (6-1). Before confronting some of his ancient executioners (Marc-André Ter Stegen, Gerard Piqué, Sergio Busquets, Jordi Alba or Samuel Umtiti), the former Porter du Paris Saint-Germain refuses to think of this nightmare night.

"In Paris, I spent three wonderful years (2015-2018). There is only one match I'm trying to remember, that of Camp Nou with PSG. The problem is that everyone tells me the same thing. I'm trying to forget for several years, but I still remember it ", he said in a press conference before adding that " what happened five years ago . It's a challenge to play here. We will suffer, but I think we can win.

TRAPP and its teammates have kept Barcelona check in the first leg in Germany (1-1), the opportunity for him to warn his opponents before the meeting: "Barcelona knows that we must not underlie us to estimate. Not only since last week, but because we have proved repeatedly in the past that we could stand up to large teams outside.

Fortunately for him, Deniz Aytekin is not in charge of the meeting.

Barca fans upset after influx of Eintracht fans at Camp Nou .
BARCELONA, Spain (AP) — Some Barcelona fans are expected to gather near the Camp Nou Stadium before the team’s Spanish league match on Monday to protest against the influx of Eintracht Frankfurt supporters for their Europa League game last week. Only about 5,000 tickets were sold to the visiting fans but nearly 30,000 made it to the Camp Nou to see their team defeat the Catalan club and advance to the semifinals of the second-tier European competition.

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