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Japan midfielder Daichi Kamada provided an important assist as Eintracht Frankfurt on Thursday claimed a 3-2 away win to knock Barcelona out of the Europa League quarterfinals 4-3 on aggregate.

Following a 1-1 draw in Germany a week earlier, Filip Kostic's fourth-minute penalty; Rafael Borre's fine 36th-minute strike from distance; and Kostic's second on the night — after being put in space by a Kamada pass to the left in the 67th-minute — put the tie to bed at Camp Nou.

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