Werder Bremen went into the dressing room 2-0 up, but saw their lead erased after the break by a spirited Eintracht Frankfurt fightback.
Eintracht Frankfurt 2- 2 Werder Bremen
Eintracht nearly got on the board in the early going — David Abraham struck the crossbar and Ante Rebic and Branimir Hrgota went close as well. But it was Bremen’s late push before the break that was decisive. First, Zlatko Junuzovic thundered in a Florian Kainz cross, then Max Kruse set up Fin Bartels’ chipped finish with a slick one-two combination.
Niko Kovac looked to have lit a fire under his charges, because three minutes after the restart they struck through Mijat Gacinovic, who turned in Abraham’s flick with a crafty kneed-in shot. Eintracht were level with 16 minutes to go after Marco Fabian made up for his penalty miss on Matchday 27 with a confidently taken strike.
Man of the Match
He's usually known for his free-kick goals, but Junuzovic lit this game up with one from open play. The Bremen captain didn't just give his side the lead away from home, he also covered plenty of ground — a game-high 12.2km — to secure a vital point.
Frankfurt’s comeback from a two-goal deficit spared them another loss, but it's hard not to think they will feel disappointed. Much as they did in Cologne on Tuesday, the Eagles created better chances — they just need to convert more of them.
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