Eintracht Frankfurt get over a poor bundesliga start after a 4-1 win over Hannover 96

Eintracht Frankfurt recover from a poor start in the Bundesliga season to win 4-1 against Hannover 96. Frankfurt has lifted  themselves away from the bottom three while  Hannover move to the bottom two points from six matches.



Evan N'Dicka gave Frankfurt the lead on 36 minutes after Hannover lost the ball too easily in their own half, latching onto Sebastien Haller's looping header to score his first ever Bundesliga goal. Poor defending from Hannover gave Frankfurt double the lead on the stroke of half-time, Rebic twisting away from Oliver Sorg to slot the ball past goalkeeper Michael Esser.



The visitors started the second half well, but they made mistake again as Waldemar Anton allowed Rebic to break free in the final third. The Croatian squared the ball to Jonathan De Guzman, who tapped it into an open goal for Frankfurt's third.



Hannover netted one back four minutes from time, Florent Muslija turning in Bobby Wood's cross to score a consolation goal on his Bundesliga debut. The visitors brief resistance was crushed moments later, however, as Luka Jovic danced through the Hannover back line to squeeze the ball past Esser.


In the other game on Sunday, Alfred Finnbogason scored a hat-trick in Augsburg's 4-1 win over Freiburg to become their all-time leading Bundesliga scorer with 25 goals and earn his team their first home win of the season.

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