EINTRACHT FRANKFURT reached their first UEFA semi-final since 1980 when they overturned a two-goal deficit to beat Portugal’s Benfica on away goals in the last eight of the Europa League. Eintracht may not be regular European contenders these days, but the club played its part in one of the most famous matches of all time, the 1960 European Cup final which they lost to Real Madrid by 7-3 at Hampden Park. Eintracht were German champions in 1959, their only title, and had the audacity to take the lead after 18 minutes. The likes of Di Stefano and Puskas made them pay for that and Die Adler(the Eagles) were on the end of a drubbing. Frankfurt is not considered to be a hotbed of football…