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Football in Pinzgau: “It wasn’t enough today”

Football in Pinzgau: “It wasn’t enough today”

FC Pinzgau Saalfelden drew 1-1 against SVG Reichenau in their first Westliga home match.

SAALFELDEN. Despite the heavy rain that started at the start of the first half, Markus Fürstaller’s team quickly gained advantages and were consistent in duels. Shortly after shooting, Tamas Tandari fired the first warning shot before Philipp Zentmeier missed a hair’s depth after a fantastic volley sequence. After more dangerous long-range shots from Moritz Eder, who took the lead, a fire broke out in front of the home team’s goal at the end of the first 45 minutes. After perfect prep work and a volley to watch, Killian Schroker once again managed to distinguish himself with a heroic feat.
The hosts came out of the dressing room with ambition, but soon suffered a setback. After a foul by Schrucker, Philip Thornbichler converted the ensuing penalty kick into the lead. After that, the momentum shifted to the Tyrolean side. Tandari & Co. found Difficulty taking significant offensive action or providing danger. A long and intense 75th-minute substitution ended VFC Pinzgau Saalfelden in favor of Niklas Müllbacher, who again played a direct match. In the final phase, where the Pinzgauers were still overwhelmingly ahead, Semir Gvozdjar scored a well deserved 1-1 equalizer after a clever pass with a well-thought-out finish. Shortly before the end of the match, Juan Alvarez missed the winning goal.
After the match, FCPS veteran Niklas Muhlbacher, who had slipped to eleven shortly before the start of the match due to an injury to Denis Kahramanović, was seen off in front of the main stand at the 1508 Saalfelden Arena. The defending player will transfer to FK Austria Vienna on May 2, 2023 and will take over the physics department at the academy.

“It wasn’t enough today. We went through some good stages, but the bottom line is we didn’t need what we set out to do on the field. My team fought back, which can certainly be seen as a positive,” says Markus Forstaller, summing up the match immediately after. During the match, “We will finish the game quickly and focus on the next match against Kufstein.”

“Today was a very special day for me and apart from the game and the result, it went very well for me personally. Because I found out shortly before the game started that I had to start after all, I didn’t have much time to think. It helped me. “During the game you’re in the tunnel anyway, it was only touching when you were substituted and when you said goodbye. I’m simply very grateful for my time here at FC Pinzgau Saalfelden,” says Niclas Muhlbacher.

Lined up:
Shruker. Eder, Muhlbacher (75 Alvarez), Zieig, Kulick (46 ADJE); Zehntmayr, Moosmann, Joao Pedro (46. Streitwieser), B. Hutter; Tandari, Jvuzgar

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