Eintracht vs Hoffenheim for the German Bundesliga championship match on Sunday at Commerzbank-Arena Stadium.
Eintracht Frankfurt team heads into this match of matchday one of the German 1st division, keeping the Austrian Addi Hutter in charge, hoping the coach takes the team to another beautiful season like in the previous sporting year.
Although the team was close to reaching the Champions League but eventually failed to qualify, at the same time it is also clear that the team was not far from failing to qualify for the Europa League by only 1 point overcoming Werder Bremen.
The team comes to this match already having some official games in the legs, having played a few Europa League qualifiers (which passed successfully), and won in the 1st round of the German Cup, beating Mannheim 5-3.
Hoffenheim comes to this their second official meeting of this new season having a fresh start after the departure of the legendary (at least for the team) Julian Nagelsmann.
Being replaced by former Ajax assistant coach Alfred Schreuder, with the team leaving marked the intention of wanting to continue practising the excellent and offensive football that marked the era of the former team coach, as well as being able to empower some young players.
This will be the team’s second official match, which last week eliminated Wurzburger Kickers, even if only on penalties, in the German Cup.
We have here two teams that have shown a great desire to play football with offensive clarity, very vertical and with high fluidity, in addition to this also the excellent quality of their players and the very atmosphere of football in Germany.
I believe we will have here one of the most exciting games of the day to see, which should not miss the goals and high-quality football, typically German. If there is a winner, I believe the triumph will be for the hosts.