West Ham fans have reportedly been gone after by Eintracht Frankfurt thugs in the German city for the second leg Europa League clash this evening.
A group of Frankfurt supporters dressed all in dark and wearing facial coverings – believed to be the club’s ultras – went after Waxy’s Irish bar where Hammers fans were watching the Champions League semi-final.
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Missiles were thrown and footage shows the culprits making their escape after West Ham fans began to retaliate.
The Hammers supporters began throwing back stools, bottles and anything they could get their hands on to defend themselves.
They also began shouting “Irons” defiantly before police arrived to disperse the attackers.
It is believed the ultras have been scouring Frankfurt in search of West Ham supporters and chose to attack fans gathering at Waxy’s as they were small in number.
Hundreds of English fans had gathered at Riley’s bar nearby but were avoided by the ultras.
Fortunately, there have been no reports of injury – unlike in Tuesday’s attack when a Chelmsford man was rushed to hospital with a suspected broken nose and cracked teeth.
Eintracht Frankfurt 1-6 Bayern Munich: Sadio Mane nets his first league goal (Highlights)
Champions Bayern Munich fired five goals past woeful Eintracht Frankfurt in the first half on the way to an electric 6-1 victory in the Bundesliga season opener on Friday.
The Bavarians put down a marker at the start of the campaign as they look to land an 11th consecutive league crown, and outclassed the Europa League winners, who face Real Madrid in the Super Cup next week, with new signing Sadio Mane on target.
Mane, who also scored in last week’s German Super Cup win over RB Leipzig, was among five different scorers in a scorching first half with Joshua Kimmich’s audacious free kick that went in off the post opening their account in the fifth minute.
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RUMOUR: Timo Werner accepts 50% pay cut to force way out of Stamford Bridge
Chelsea forward Timo Werner has consented to take a 50 percent pay slice to get back to RB Leipzig, as per reports in Germany.
The 26-year-old has battled to have an impact at Chelsea since moving to Stamford Bridge in a £47.5 million arrangement from RB Leipzig in 2020.
Werner, who has scored 23 goals in 89 appearances for Chelsea, began only 15 games in the Premier League last season and is quick to advance seriously playing time ahead Germany’s World Cup campaign in Qatar later this year.
According to Bild, RB Leipzig are now working on an agreement with Chelsea and are exploring the possibility of signing Werner on an initial loan deal with an option to buy.
The report claims that Werner is ready to return to Leipzig and would accept a 50 per cent pay cut in order to help push the move through.
Werner’s current deal is worth around £275,000 a week, while the forward has also attracted interest from Juventus.
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Sadio Mane scored his first goal for Bayern Munich as they beat RB Leipzig in a thriller to win the German Super Cup at the Red Bull Arena.
Ex-Liverpool forward Mane struck after Jamal Musiala broke the deadlock.
Benjamin Pavard added a third, before Marcel Halsterberg scored Leipzig’s first and Serge Gnabry made it 4-1.
Christopher Nkunku rifled home from the penalty spot and Dani Olmo was also on target for Leipzig but Leroy Sane secured the 5-3 win in stoppage time.
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Leipzig XI: Gulacsi, Forsberg, Kampl, Halstenberg, Orban, Klostermann, Henrichs, Laimer, Nkunku, D. Szoboszlai, M. Simakan
Subs: J. Blaswich, Andre Silva, Schlager, Olmo, Haidara, Hugo Novoa, S. Ba
Bayern XI: Neuer, Muller, Sabitzer, Mane, Gnabry, Kimmich, Lucas, Pavard, Upamecano, Alphonso Davies, J. Musiala
Subs: Ulreich, Coman, Sane, Mazraoui, De Ligt, Gravenberch, J. Stanišić, J. Zirkzee, Kouassi
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