Eintracht Frankfurt remains on the road to success in the women's Bundesliga: the Hessians remain unbeaten against Bayer Leverkusen in their eighth game of the season. However, the victory is only sealed in the last second.
A good week after the end of the DFB-Pokal, the Eintracht Frankfurt soccer team returned to the Bundesliga thanks to a last-minute goal. The second in the table beat Bayer Leverkusen 1-0 (0-0) in front of 2486 spectators and at least temporarily moved up to one point at leaders VfL Wolfsburg. The doubles winner plays at 1. FC Köln on Sunday (1 p.m.). Wolfsburg have won all seven games of the season. FC Bayern followed in third place.
After almost half an hour, Reuteler had the next big chance, but after she rounded goalkeeper Repohl, she was decisively hampered at the end. In the second half, Frankfurt shifted up a gear and created more chances, but Prasnikar missed three times in a matter of minutes. With the final whistle, the Slovenian scored.
Eintracht failed surprisingly last weekend in the round of 16 at second division leaders RB Leipzig (1: 2). Leverkusen also experienced a frustrating cup game: they lost 3-0 at TSG Hoffenheim. Leverkusen host bottom team 1 on Sunday. FFC Turbine Potsdam host (December 4, 1 p.m.).