Munich - Eintracht Frankfurt made the most of their UEFA Europa League adventure, but it came to heart-breaking end on Thursday night as the Eagles crashed out on away goals in their last-32 tie against FC Porto.

As always, bundesliga.com will be bringing you live build-up to the winner-takes-all encounter, so stay with us right throughout the day for all the pre- and post-match news you can shake a stick at.

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The key events from this week's UEFA Europa League Round of 32 action:

  • Eintracht Frankfurt remain unbeaten on home soil in Europe, but crash out of the UEFA Europa League on away goals following a highly entertaining 3-3 draw with FC Porto at the Commerzbank Arena.

    Thursday 27 February

Heart break was the overiding emotion in the Eintracht Frankfurt camp after their 3-3 draw with FC Porto, but club captain Pirmin Schwegler was quick to praise his team-mates for their performance. "It's awesome to play against a Champions League calibre side and give a good acount of ourselves," claimed the Swiss international, while Alexander Meier admitted it was "horrible" to "lose late on". For a round-up of all the post-match reactions of Eintracht Frankfurt's key players follow this link.

Eintracht Frankfurt followed up their 2-2 draw in Portugal with an enthralling 3-3 draw on home soil, but it wasn't enough to keep their European dream alive as away goals prevented them reaching the last-16. Disappointment may have been etched on the players' faces come the final whistle, but it shouldn't be forgotten that reaching this stage of the UEFA Europa League is an accomplishment in and of itself. Click here to read bundesliga.com exclusive match report.

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FC Porto's record in 12 games on German soil is W3, D3, L6. The Dragons enjoyed one of their most memorable nights in the club's history against a Bundesliga outfit, however, edging out FC Bayern München 2-1 in the 1986/87 European Cup final in Vienna.

Commerzbank Arena groundsman give yourself a pat on the back! Check out the pristine shades of green at Frankfurt's stadium ahead of tonight's game. "The dugouts and our pitch are ready. 7 hours to go" read the club's tweet earlier today. Kick-off cannot come soon enough...

Ever wondered what the Frankfurt fans are singing? Tune up for tonight's tie with this handy guide to some of the Bundesliga's favourite stadium anthems. It's not for the fainthearted, but if you're partial to hard rock: go ahead and... jump!

FC Bayern München, Borussia Dortmund, Bayer 04 Leverkusen and FC Schalke 04 may have dominated headlines with their progression into the Champions League knockout rounds, but none of that heavyweight quartet can compete with Frankfurt's home record in Europe this season. Armin Veh's men are the only German side to have won all of their fixtures in front of their own fans in 2013/14. Another triumph this evening would be more than welcome.

In the meantime, check out what Veh had to say at his pre-match press conference:

Frankfurt's Spanish striker , who notched the first of his side's goals in last week's fightback away to Porto, evidently can't wait for another taste of European action tonight, tweeting the following picture earlier this morning:

"I saw some of our fans building something last night for the game. We know they like to surprise us," Frankfurt defender told journalists yesterday. The Eagles faithful have regularly gone the extra mile in Europe this season and it seems they fully intend to deliver another wonderful piece fan choreography tonight. We know no more than Madlung as to what's in the pipeline at the Commerzbank Arena, but it the meantime why not whet your whistle with our exclusive match preview.