succeeded FC Salzburg For the third time in a row to enter the Champions League group stage? Tomorrow, Wednesday (kick-off at 9pm), the Bulls play their second second leg game at Brondby IF. The Austrian champions won the first leg a week ago thanks to Brenden Aronson’s last minute goal 2-1.
“We’ve come up with a decent starting position, no more, but no less.”
The Red Bulls will take a charter flight from Salzburg to Denmark on Tuesday at 1 pm, where they will face the Danish champions the following day. The winner of this pairing reaches the group stage of the UEFA Champions League, the loser in the group stage of the European League.
“Our goal was and still is to go to the group stage. But we all know there is still a lot of hard work ahead in Copenhagen. With the win at home we achieved a decent starting position, no more, but no less as well. I said up front that it will be a duel that defines The little things are already confirmed in the first leg. From my own experience, I know that a hot dance awaits us in Brondby, but we are looking forward to it and we are ready,” said Salzburg coach Matthias Gisele.
Karim Adeyemi also knows what to expect and what to expect: “We are ready for a very strong team frantically supported by their fans. We must keep our calm and not let the hustle and bustle stop us from the match plan. In addition, since they have to win, they are sure to play More offensively than in Salzburg. There will be rooms for us that we want to use.”
Preparation for this duel was different for the two teams. Mathias Geisel’s team won a race Admiral of the Bundesliga Against Austria, Klagenfurt 3-1, the fifth victory in the tournament. The Danish champions played away to Odense BK in a 2-2 draw (both goals by Mikael Uhre) and are ninth in the Superligaen after six matches with four points (four draws, two defeats).
Sekou Quetta (knee) and Albert False (achilles tendon) are absent due to injury. The use of Zlatko Junuzovic (calf problems) is questionable.
from Ligaportal; Photo: FC Red Bull Salzburg via Getty Images
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