Champions League: Glasner believes Eintracht can win – Knauff is missing longer

Eintracht Frankfurt's head coach Oliver Glasner is confident in the Champions League game at Tottenham Hotspur despite the recent defeat in the Bundesliga.

Champions League: Glasner believes Eintracht can win – Knauff is missing longer

Eintracht Frankfurt's head coach Oliver Glasner is confident in the Champions League game at Tottenham Hotspur despite the recent defeat in the Bundesliga.

"We put in a good performance in the first leg. We believe we can win here," said the Austrian coach in London. The Hessians want to confirm the 0-0 from the game from a week ago on Wednesday evening (9 p.m. / DAZN) in the ultra-modern London football arena.

The 0: 3 at Bundesliga bottom VfL Bochum on Saturday should no longer play a role. "It's football. It's sport. What should we say now? Do we stay at home and lose the game without a fight? That's not our attitude," explained Glasner, whose team has four points from three games and a decent starting point for progress Has.

The coach, winger Ansgar Knauff, who did not travel to England due to thigh problems, will be absent for a longer period of time. "It's not what you want, two players saying it can't be done at the final training session," said Glasner. At Knauff, the failure could last until shortly before the start of the World Cup in November. Luca Pellegrini is also missing in the premier class due to injury.

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