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Eintracht Frankfurt sports director Markus Krösche has had a clear criticism of the team after the 1: 6 debacle of the Hesse at the Bundesliga start against record champions Bayern Munich. «We played too naive football in the first half. There are a few tactical rules that we have to keep, we didn't do that, »complained Krösche. "It is okay that we absolutely want to score a goal, but we still have to stay in order and must not lose control."

Markus Krösche, Sportvorstand von Eintracht Frankfurt. © Sebastian Gollnow/dpa/archive picture Markus Krösche, sports director of Eintracht Frankfurt.

It is now important to quickly process the game and learn from the mistakes. "We see if we are not at 100 percent and do not adhere to the tactical guidelines, such a result comes out," warned Krösche. Already next Wednesday in the Supercup final with Champions League winner Real Madrid is the next top-class player. "The boys have to act controlled, calmer and clever," said Krösche.

coach Oliver Glasner was also disappointed with the appearance of the Europa League winner-especially in the first half. “We were overwhelmed with the pace, had no access and could not arrive against one-touch football. We are often only afterwards. I couldn't correct that from the outside, »said Glasner. His conclusion: "I saw a lot of passion, but also a lot of naivety."

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