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Disgrace in the Austrian FA Cup: Austria Vienna fails to win the cup at FC Wiener

Disgrace in the Austrian FA Cup: Austria Vienna fails to win the cup at FC Wiener

Austria called off the Austrian Football Association Cup in the small Vienna derby at Wiener Sport-Klub. The Bundesliga team was forced to admit defeat in the round of 16 duel with the regional league team on Thursday evening by 1: 3 (1: 1). Mario Vosinovic (23), David Rajkovic (62) and Miroslav Beljan (86) scored for Sport Club, and Dominic Fitz managed to equalize with a penalty kick (26).

The sports club under coach Robert Winstable is now the only non-Bundesliga club in the middle of the big concert ahead of the quarter-final draw. The traditional club from Vienna-Heernals had already knocked out Austria Lustenau in the second round of the Cup. For Austria it was a delicate low hit before the end of autumn.

Coach Manfred Schmid put his faith in players such as Matthias Braunuder, Dominic Fitz, Andreas Gruber or Manfred Fischer in front of 6800 spectators, with Harris Tabakovic starting the attack this time. Violet’s motto was to appear earnest and, ideally, make everything clear before the break. However, things went differently. The fifth in Regionalliga Ost scored the first hit on goal and hit it after 22 minutes.

Martin Bajakovsky allowed Manuel Polster to swerve close to the goal line, and Vosinovic turned in the middle. The gym felt another sensation, but received a cold shower. Gruber, who was substituted soon after, was put into the penalty area and Fitz took the penalty safely. Austria now showed its dominance, but there were no great chances to participate in the European Cup. After Florian Prögelhof’s Sport-Club-Keeper tee, Polster had to make it clear once again as the last man.

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Soon after the two teams changed hands, fans of the underdog complained about another unsuccessful method by Bilgan. It should get better for Dornbacher. James Holland made a poor pass that became the perfect counterattack. Rajkovic, who was substituted less than two minutes ago, finished the match completely alone.

Austria then collided with new offensive forces and remained completely harmless with the exception of Jokic’s free kick. The lively Bilgan made the decision before a shaky end. Früchtl’s skewed shot hit the wrong foot. As in the old days, Austria was ousted with cries of “goodbye”.