Eintracht Frankfurt's Kevin-Prince Boateng (hidden) celebrates scoring their second goal with team mates. (REUTERS/Axel Schmidt)
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Ghana midfielder Kevin-Prince Boateng hit a superb winning goal 10 minutes from time to seal Eintracht Frankfurt's 2-1 comeback victory at his ex-club Hertha Berlin in the Bundesliga Sunday.Boateng had to tread carefully in a bad-tempered game after picking up a yellow card with just nine minutes gone, but Frankfurt coach Niko Kovac, who played alongside Boateng for Hertha a decade ago, kept him on for the 90 minutes.Boateng has played for AC Milan, Portsmouth, Tottenham Hotspur, Hertha and Schalke in a colourful career.Having beaten Bayern 2-0 last weekend, Gladbach slumped to defeat as Yunus Malli and Daniel Didavi scored first-half goals before French midfielder Josuha Guilavogui smashed home their third from distance.
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