Paris – Thursday 09/22/2022 at 20:46
It’s time: Marko Arnautovic is an ÖFB record player!
Bologna appeared in 11th place for team boss Ralph Rangnick in the Nations League match in Paris against world champion France, and completed his 103rd international match in the red, white and red dress. The 33-year-old has finally reached the level of Andreas Herzog.
Already on Sunday in the second leg against Croatia, Arnautovic could take the lead with his 104th appearance. Nearly 14 years after his debut for Austria in October 2008 in a 1-1 draw in the Faroe Islands, the Red, White and Red star made an important entry in the books History of the ÖFB.
11th start in his first game under then-team manager Karel Bruckner: Manninger; Garrix, Stranzl, Braudel, Bugatz; Harnick, Scharner; Evanshitz, Fox; Yanko, Hoover. 19-year-old Arnautovic entered a place for Mark Janko in the 81st minute.
Arnautovic at the upholstery gates on the rails
The offensive player’s stats and return are impressive: 33 goals, 25 assists with only one elimination. Unsurprisingly, David Alaba (75) and Aleksandar Dragovic (71) played the most international matches with him.
In terms of goals, Arnautovic (33) is only behind Hans Krankl (34) and record holder Toni Polster (44).
The top 10 international matches in the history of the Austrian Football Association:
Video – Andreas Herzog congratulates Marko Arnautovic:
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