After equalizing 1-1 in the 120 minutes, Eintracht Frankfurt became champions of the Europa League after beating Rangers of Scotland 5-4 in the penalty shootout. The match, played at the Ramón Sánchez-Pizjuán stadium in Seville, was attended by former River striker Rafael Santos Borré, who scored the goal of the German cast and scored the decisive penalty. During the first stage, Eintracht Frankfurt had more of the ball and had chances to score, although none were clear.
In the complement, the match took another course, since, in the 12th minute, Rangers striker Joe Aribo took advantage of a defensive error by the German team and opened the scoring. Despite the disadvantage, the cast commanded by the Austrian Oliver Glasner found the equalizer in the 23rd minute through the Colombian Rafael Santos Borré, who anticipated among the center-backs and defined first to put the 1 to 1.With equality in the 90 minutes, the game had to continue in the length, where the clearest move was for Rangers, but goalkeeper Kevin Trapp blocked the shot with his leg and saved Eintracht Frankfurt. After the permanence of equality in extra time, everything was defined by penalties. In this instance, Aaron Ramsey was the only one who missed his shot, which was saved by Trapp. The person in charge of defining the series of shots from the twelve steps was Santos Borré, who finished with power and gave the German team a new international title.