SEVILLE, Spain (AP) — Eintracht Frankfurt’s 42-year wait for a European trophy is over. The German club ended its title drought with a penalty shootout win over Rangers in the Europa League final on Wednesday. Goalkeeper Kevin Trapp came up with a big save at the end of extra time and another in the shootout to give Frankfurt the 5-4 win on penalties. The game ended 1-1 after regulation and extra time. Colombia striker Rafael Borré, who scored a second-half equalizer for Frankfurt, converted the
Rangers manager Giovanni Van Bronkhorst struggled to contain his disappointment after his side lost the Europa League final to Eintracht Frankfurt in a penalty shootout. It appeared to be going Rangers' way when Joel Aribo slotted home in the second half to give them the lead, but Rafael Borre coolly levelled just 12 minutes later. The only man to miss was Rangers' Aaron Ramsey, allowing that man Borre to win it for the Bundesliga side. "Of course I'm very disappointed because you play the final, you are very close to winning silverware, and we were today as well," Van Bronkhorst said.
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