There was no winner Saturday evening as part of Bundesligagame between FC Flyeralarm Admira And TSV Hartburg. Friends Kurt Ross and Andreas Herzog, who were at one time roommates in the national team, parted with a 1-1 draw. However, in the end, both of them were not really satisfied with the result.
“If you go 1-0 up shortly before the end, you hope the team will save the score over time. Andreas Herzog, Admira coach, admitted that Hartberg was the best-playing team throughout the match.
Regarding the possible punishment that Admira would have received after a hand from Sonnleitner, Herzog said: “It would have been decisive, but as an expert I also had problems with this situation. He (Mario Sonnleitner, note) puts his hands in front of his body. Even If he had his hands up, the ball would hit his chest. Of course, it would have been great if we had got a 911. But he’s checked and he’ll be fine.”
Hartburg coach Kurt Ross summed up: “We were lucky today too. Like Andy, I see we were the better team, but it didn’t matter. We always thought we could get the point or win, so we were offensive. We got lucky two or three times. That’s why Cause I’m so proud of the guys how they sold themselves. If the match ends 1:1 and you’re 0:1 behind, that’s still great.”
Denis Avdegag said after the match: “It was a really good match for us. We came here and are motivated to take something with us. We are a little unsatisfied because we could have taken more with us. More could have been achieved.”
From Ligaportal, Photo: GEPA/ADMIRAL
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