Portuguese striker scored the second goal of Eintracht Frankfurt’s 2-1 win at Signal Iduna Park.
Even the stop for national team matches – in which he was at the service of Portugal – did not cool André Silva’s moment in Germany: this Saturday, the Portuguese striker scored the goal of Eintracht Frankfurt’s victory at Dortmund 2-1 .
Starting on the 27th round of the Bundesliga, an own goal by Nico Schulz opened the scoring in the Signal Iduna Park, in the 11th minute. Over the break, at 45 ‘, Hummels restored equality, which lasted until 87′, when André Silva made it 2-1 and scored the visitors’ triumph.
It was the 22nd goal of the Portuguese international in this edition of the German League. André is now the second best scorer, behind Lewandowski (35 goals) and ahead of Haaland (21).
Eintracht occupies the fourth place in the league table, with 50 points, seven more than Dortmund, by Raphael Guerreiro, who returned to action and as a starter.
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