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Housekeeping also satisfied with “dirty victory” against Augsburg

Coach Adi Hutter wants to continue the good start to the new year with the football league Eintracht Frankfurt in the Bundesliga match against Angstgegner FC Augsburg on Friday (20:30 o’clock) no matter what.

“If we land a dirty, dirty victory, I am also very satisfied,” said the 49-year-old, “If we play as against Leipzig, Then we will be able to beat any opponent.”

The balance speaks against the Hessians: In seven Bundesliga home games against the fleeing cities, only two victories can be won. This is supposed to change on Friday night.

“We want to take revenge and take a win against Augsburg,” said Hutter, who lost the last two games at home against the FCA: “Augsburg is playing a great season and has a point ahead of us. So we have the ability to overtake them in the table, so we have to take the momentum with us.”