Kevin-Prince Boateng makes Eintracht Frankfurt debut

The Ghanaian midfielder was handed his debut for Die Adler just two days after joining on a two year deal

Former Ghana international Kevin-Prince Boateng made his debut for Bundesliga side Eintracht Frankfurt just two days after signing a two-year deal.

The 30-year-old -who made his return to his country of birth Germany after ending his contract with Spain's Las Palmas by mutual consent- started from the bench as Frankfurt held Freiburg to a goalless stalemate on Sunday.

He would then come on for Daichi Kamada in the 67th minute.


At Die Adler, Boateng is reunited with coach Niko Kovac and sporting executive Fredi Bobic, having been at Hertha Berlin with them.

He has also played for, Borussia Dortmund and Schalke in Germany, AC Milan in Italy and Tottenham Hotspur in England.

Next article:
Tottenham boss Pochettino insists Premier League should delay VAR introduction
Next article:
Palace keeper Hennessey charged over alleged Nazi salute
Next article:
Messi absence no excuse for Barcelona loss, says Suarez
Next article:
Real Madrid regain place as highest-earning club in world football
Next article:
Sevilla star Ben Yedder dedicates goal to Sala in defeat of Barcelona