Eintracht Frankfurt won its first and only German football championship title in 1959 - four years before the Bundesliga came into effect.
As Frankfurt grabbed another unprecedented victory at the Deustche Bank Park, by downing league leaders Bayern Munich by two goals to one, the West German side are on a realistic route for a top four finish and quite possibly in contention for the club’s first Bundesliga title.
With the 2-1 win over Bayern, Frankfurt are on an 11-match unbeaten streak that has seen them grab a league-high 29 points from a possible 33, scoring 29 goals in the process. The loss of four points being owed to two draws against Borussia Monchengladbach (3-3) & SC Freiburg (2-2).
It is the club’s longest unbeaten streak in the league in recent memory. Additionally, Frankfurt have scored atleast once in their last eleven matches – equalling a club record set back in 1977, 44 years ago.
The club stand only next to Bayern Munich as the league’s top scorers with 45 goals, with the Bavarian s having found the net 62 times – having played 22 matches this season.
Here is the list of Frankfurt’s unbeaten run, starting all the way back on December 15, 2020 –
3-3 vs. Borussia Monchengladbach (D)
2-0 vs. FC Augsburg (W)
2-1 vs. Bayer Leverkusen (W)
2-0 vs. FSV Mainz (W)
3-1 vs. Schalke 04 (W)
2-2 vs. SC Freiburg (D)
5-1 vs. Arminia Bielefeld (W)
3-1 vs. Hertha Berlin (W)
3-1 vs. TSG Hoffenheim (W)
2-0 vs. FC Köln (W)
2-1 vs. Bayern Munich (W)