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FK Austria Vienna |  2: 2 against LASK in the last friendly match

FK Austria Vienna | 2: 2 against LASK in the last friendly match

After winning 3-1 last weekend in the international friendly against Olimpija Ljubljana, a national friendly was on the agenda yesterday. The Violets traveled to Paching with two teams, the Bundesliga team and then the Young Violets on the last match day against LASK in the ongoing preparations.

First half recording

Compared to the test against Leipach, coach Stefan Kenesi made only one change: the slightly injured Laura Wuerzer replaced Nadia Cunina in the starting line-up. A change that should be rewarded at the start of the match: after a corner kick from Sara Eto’o, Wurzer stepped up to give Violet the lead (7′). Violet struggled a bit with space, but acted dominant.

Towards the end of the first half, things got exciting again. Linz entered the match better and coldly took advantage of a mistake in the Austrian defense to equalize through Kirchbaumair (44). Violet hit back right away, after good pressure by Stephanie Schneberger Verena Volkmaier put the Violet women back in front (45). The goal went at the end of the first half.

equalizer after reboot

Work continued immediately after restarting in the second half. A few minutes later, Linz equalized 2-2 through Kramer (50). A tough second half ensued, with both teams aiming for the opening goal. However, neither the hosts nor Austria managed it and in the end we came back to Vienna with a 2-2 draw.

Stephen Kenesy: “A committed and active opponent who certainly posed problems for us today. We had problems at the start on a very difficult surface, but we still controlled well in the first half and were the decisive team. In the second half we didn’t do everything as well as we did I would have liked That – but we’ve clearly seen what we have to put on the field for 90 minutes to be able to beat SKN in the cup next week.”

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Lusk – Austria Vienna 2: 2 (1: 2)

Austria: Kandlhofer – Hajek (65 Leitner), Cavic, Weilharter, Schorn (65 mach) – Ito, Amochi, Wurzer (65 Decker) – Patrillo (60 Ziletkina), Volkmaier, Schneberger

portals: Wurzer (7th), Volkmaier (45th)