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Eintracht Frankfurt

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Meier double topples Hamburg

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Eintracht Frankfurt bounced back from defeat to Mainz with Alexander Meier finding his scoring boots again in a 2-1 win over Hamburg.

Meier put Thomas Schaaf's ahead through a 12th-minute penalty and, although Zoltan Stieber levelled on the stroke of half-time, Meier's 16th of the season - one less than Bundesliga top scorer Arjen Robben - in the 54th minute earned the Eagles all three points.

Hamburg, who could slip back inside the bottom three on Sunday, also lost Matthias Ostrzolek to a red card,...

Schmidt off to winning start

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Mainz halted their slide towards the Bundesliga relegation zone with Martin Schmidt celebrating a 3-1 win over Eintracht Frankfurt in his first game in charge of the club.

Schmidt, who took over from the sacked Kasper Hjulmand earlier this week, saw his side fall behind to a Stefan Aigner goal, but Christian Clemens brought the hosts level.

Johannes Geis and Yunus Malli scored the goals early in the second half which earned Mainz a much-needed win while Frankfurt ended the game with 10 men after Carlos...

Chelsea loanee Lucas Piazon keen to remain at Eintracht Frankfurt

Lucas Piazon says he has got used to the pace of the Bundesliga.

Lucas Piazon has said he wants to stay at Eintracht Frankfurt after hitting the winner at home to Schalke at the weekend.

Piazon -- on loan from Chelsea -- scored his second Bundesliga goal in his 15th appearance for the club when he converted a Timothy Chandler cross after 65 minutes.

Bild quoted the 21-year-old Brazilian as saying that he now felt used to life in the German top flight.

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He added:...

Frankfurt defeat in-form Schalke

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Schalke saw their promising start to the new year ended by Eintracht Frankfurt as the distraction of a midweek Champions League tie with Real Madrid appeared to be too great for Roberto Di Matteo's men.

Lucas Piazon scored the only goal of the game in the 64th minute as Frankfurt coach Thomas Schaaf marked his 500th game on the touchline with a win.

Schalke's response came too late as they lost for the first time in 2015, just days before they host Real in their biggest game of the year so far.

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Eintracht Frankfurt's Thomas Schaaf set for game 500 as Bundesliga coach

Thomas Schaaf took over at Eintracht Frankfurt last summer.

Thomas Schaaf is set for his 500th match as a Bundesliga coach when his Eintracht Frankfurt side host Schalke on Saturday.

The Frankfurt boss will become the fifth coach in the league's history to reach the landmark, and is set to follow in the footsteps of Otto Rehhagel (832 games from 1974 to 2012), Jupp Heynckes (642 from 1979 to 2013), Erich Ribbeck (569 from 1968 to 1996) and the late Udo Lattek (522 from 1970 to 2000).

The 53-year-old made his Bundesliga debut as a coach on May 11, 1999 when...