Frankfurt goalkeeper Kevin Trapp (31) chases down the old demons of a seasoned comeback with PSG at the Camp Nou in 2017 against Barca (6-1) after his team’s win (2-3) at the same stadium in the quarter-finals . The second leg of the Europa League on Thursday.
Frankfurt made a comeback in the Europa League quarter-finals on Thursday with a win at FC Barcelona (2-3). After a draw in the first leg (1–1), the Germans gave a rendezvous of a 0–3 lead at Camp Nou before the Catalans scored two goals at the end of the match as expected.
Insufficient to deprive Eintracht of a large party with 30,000 supporters traveling to Catalonia. Kevin Trapp was in first place five years after experiencing a stroke on the same pitch with PSG during his famous comeback (6-1) in the Champions League knockout stages. This success haunts a bit of his old demons.
“What I experienced here in 2017 is now forgotten”
“I don’t have words to say what I feel, what we feel as a team,” he admitted after the match. We implemented our plan to perfection. We felt that Frankfurt In, it was incredible, it was extraordinary to feel. So we stayed after the match, to spend time with the fans, who made the effort to be with us. So much pride, so much joy. Their support was unbelievable, we looked everywhere Saw only white. It was so poignant. I’ve been playing for years, and I’ve rarely experienced it. And before you ask me, yes, what I experienced here in 2017 is now forgotten “
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Trapp returned to the Catalan pitch for the first time in five years. She recently admitted that the memory of Raymontada still haunts her. “In Paris, I spent three wonderful years (2015-2018), he remembered the German goalkeeper. There is only one match that I try not to miss, that is Camp Nou with PSG. The problem is that every That’s what someone tells me. Thing. I’ve been trying to forget for many years, but I always remember it.” The goalkeeper left Paris in 2018 to found his former club Frankfurt, first on loan and then permanently in 2019.