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Gorton and Young Vikings beat

Gorton and Young Vikings beat

Union Gurten have never won a game against Deutschlandsburg, but on Thursday it was time: With a 1-0 home win, Peter Madric’s side secured second place in the table. Junge Vikings took a giant step outside the drop zone. And they shot Stadl-Paura off the field with a 7-0 win.

The big match between Gorten, second in the table, and the direct stalker of Germany, was a huge exchange of blows. Gorten had a great opportunity to take the lead in the 41st minute, but Fabian Willemletner failed to take a penalty. However, it was time three minutes into the second half: Florian Schutz scored the lead with a powerful volley at Kruzek Arena. Gorten clearly dominated the second half of the match and deservedly won the match. The only bittersweet drop: Fabian Wemlitner and Jacob Przybylko received a fifth yellow card and were suspended, Thomas Burgober and Rene Wirth retired due to injury. And continues on Monday at Easter with the first leg match against Wydad amateurs.

The victory of the young Vikings

The Young Vikings celebrated their 7-0 home win against bottom line Stadl-Paura. After just 11 minutes, Rieder took a 3-0 lead thanks to goals by Valentin Akrabb (2x) and Junior Diomande. The rest against the completely weary guests was just a matter of form.

This means that Stefan Offenziler’s team is undefeated in four matches. In the table, Ryder climbed to 10th place. On Easter Monday, the Vikings want to continue this streak away against Glasdorff. “We have gained a lot of self-confidence now. We have confidence in Glaesdorf and we want to score points,” said Captain Julian Baumgartner. (tst/jsz)

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