Coach Daniel Madeleine’s team may have forced the football god to stand on its side: Recently, the team ran to the pilgrimage church in Steyr-Kristkindl and lit candles – yesterday his team was rewarded with the first “triple”. And that, despite the fact that Rottwein had to accept another setback before kick-off: veteran Christoph Freijtag injured his confidants in the last training session and was unable to make the trip to Styria. Then the guests got off to a bad start: after good chances by Alexandre Demonjic and Chokobwekim Ikuwemisi, the hosts met via Oliver NZ after setting a record (28). Steyer was not impressed with this: Gerald Dombacci scored a 1-1 equalizer shortly before the break.
In the second half, the god of football was finally on the front side: Kapfenberg missed the best chances, Steyer turned the match upside down: net scorer Mohamed Sharif pulled the emergency brake against substitute Ekina Iziala in the penalty area – captain Alberto Prada struck a powerful acclaimed 2- 1. In the majority – Sheriff saw yellow-red – Dombaxi even made a 3:1 on the counterattack.
Blau-Wei bei 3:1 souvern
Blau-Wei Linz’s performance against Horn (3:1) was outstanding. Gerald Schepelhner’s side are back on winning ways after a 1-0 defeat at Amstetten in the league. Stefano Sordanovic (21) and Tobias Koch (33) met before the end of the first half. Matthias Seidl starred in both goals as a provider of brilliance. Koch scored the initial decision with his second goal in the 75th minute. FC Juniors came under the wheel in 0:5 against leaders Austria Lustenau.
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