Nyon - Eintracht Frankfurt will face a Portuguese team for the first time ever in European competition after they were drawn against FC Porto in the last 32 of the UEFA Europa League.

The Eagles qualified from Group F in top spot, but FC Porto will provide a stern examination of their European credentials, having dropped out of the UEFA Champions League.

The draw for the last 16 was made immediately after the last 32 draw and were Eintracht ro progress, they would face the winner of the tie between Swansea City FC and S.S.C. Napoli.

bundesliga.com rounds up the reaction from the Eagles' camp...

Armin Veh (Head coach): "It's a great draw."

Bruno Hübner (Sporting Director): "It's an attractive draw for the players and the fans - but also one of the hardest! Even though we'll be underdogs in both games I believe we can win"