Eintracht Frankfurt will approach their final three Bundesliga games of the season as if each one is a final, according to board member Fredi Bobic.
|Fredi Bobic.||Photo: Sven Mandel / CC-BY-SA-4.0|
Eintracht Frankfurt board member Fredi Bobic has expressed his disappointment with Saturday's 3-1 loss against Bayer Leverkusen.
However, he also pointed out that, despite their defeat, Frankfurt remain in fourth place, one point clear of Borussia Dortmund, meaning their Champions League destiny is still in their own hands.
"We’re obviously disappointed that we lost. There were periods in the game when we looked good, but we have to admit that too often we allowed Leverkusen too much space to play," said Bobic.
"We're now one point ahead of Dortmund. We have three matches ahead of us, all of which we’d like to win. If we win all three, then we’ll still be at least one point in front.
"We now need to approach all three matches as if each one is a final."