In front of 1,400 spectators, about 200 of them from Mozart, Austria’s Salzburg got off to a good start against SV Telfs. Hodel put the ball into the post in the fourth minute, and that was the most dangerous opportunity in the early stages. But it was the homeowners who scored the first goal. Former Wacker striker Julius Berstaler scored in the 15th minute to make the score 1-0. What happened on the field changed a bit and Hodel’s goal in the 28th minute was well deserved, and it all came back to the stadium of Emmatt Athletic Damage.
After about ten minutes, Austria’s defense slipped and gave Berstaller plenty of space. He accepted the invitation gratefully, and Kalman did not give a chance and scored to make the score 2-1, which was also a respite.
In the second half, Austria started with a lot of motivation, maybe a little bit of motivation. Captain Manuel Krenz saw yellow first, then yellow and red after a foul (58). And that’s not all, just five minutes later, co-worker Christophe Bane followed him into the bathroom in a bright red. Accumulation and two legs less, an initial decision.
Although devastated Austria tried everything, Scheder brought in Rachmanovich and Hoffmann in the end, but Telfs got the only goal. After Hoffmann gently touched the Telfer striker, referee Daniel Budd took the penalty kick in injury time. Michael Augustin used and dashed all Salzburg hopes of a late equaliser.
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