Ansgar Knauff offers his thoughts on Frankfurt’s win over Betis

Ansgar Knauff reacted to the Hessians reaching the Europa League quarter-finals thanks to a last-minute goal against Real Betis.

In the first minute of extra time, a free-kick by Filip Kostic was deflected into the visitors’ goal by Martin Hinteregger and Guido Rodriguez, tying the game at 1-1. It was the most recent goal scored in Europa League history.

Ansgar Knauff, a youngster who could have provided some relief earlier with a great opportunity that hit the crossbar, was taken aback by the scene.

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“It’s difficult to put into words,” the 20-year-old admitted. “These are the nights you play football for, and it’s just a great feeling. We gave it our all and came out on top. We’re ecstatic to be in the quarter-finals, “After the game, he stated.

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