Achim Beierlorzer has also celebrated a victory with his new club FSV Mainz 05 at his home debut. One week after the furious 5: 1 away win at the debut of the coach in Hoffenheim, the Mainz defeated Eintracht Frankfurt 2-1 (0: 1) in the Rhein-Main duel on Monday evening. After a red card for Dominik Kohr (44./ Emergency brake), the hosts had acted more than a half in excess.
Karim Onisiwo (50.) and Joker Adam Szalai (69.) scored after the Frankfurt opening goal by Martin Hinteregger (34) the game.Während the Mainz after the fifth win of the season and now with 15 points oriented towards the middle of the table, it missed the Eintracht four days after the European League success at Arsenal in the league to return to the road of success and also for the first time in 33 years to win the Rheinhessen rival. "We did well in the second half and we are very happy about the victory We played a lot in the second half, "said Szalai at" DAZN ". Danny da Costa from Frankfurt saw the main reason for the defeat in the relegation:" To play a losing half-time is not that easy ". Hinteregger was even sure that "we score three points if we play 90 minutes in the same number." Fans of Eintracht Frankfurt provide for Pyro-EklatThe match had started with about ten minutes delay after the Eintracht fan block several pyrotechnic beacons Smokers and a gunman had flown on the lawn. Sebastian Rode and Filip Kostic were scared away in an attempt to call their own appendix to Räson. Referee Manuel Gräfe asked both teams into the cabin again before he whistled the game. However, the atmosphere remained almost as frosty as the temperatures afterwards. In protest against the Monday games refrained the Mainz exactly 15:30 minutes on the usual chants – Frankfurt fans even the complete first half. Only good gate scenes, such as the first dangerous conclusion by Mainz Pierre customer (6) or on the opposite side Hinteregger ice cold, dismissal brings Eintracht out of the wayIn all in Mainz Mainz was the slightly more active team at half-time, without, however, play out compelling goalscoring opportunities. Instead, Frankfurt struck after a cleverly played short corner variant. The advanced Hinteregger met by a low shot from around eleven meters to the lead. FSV goalkeeper Robin Zentner did not look good. However, Kohr's foul as the last man changed the sign of the match. While the due free kick of customer still brought little danger, the Mainz overpower made after the break really noticeable. Against Jean-Paul Boetius (47.) clarified Eintracht keeper Frederik Rönnow still with a strong parade against Onisiwos of Hinteregger deflected shot but he had no chance. Mainz now had opportunities in the minute. Eintracht had, however, initially good luck that it remained at 1-1. Only when an alleged hit by Onisiwo (53) was withdrawn on intervention of the video referee, because the ball had previously been in the end. Then as Szalai (59.) failed in the aftermath of a shot from Levin Öztunali from close range. Little later made the Hungarian then better and with his first goal since returning from Hoffenheim, the turn perfectly. Filip Kostic missed in injury time the chance to equalize.