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Reid puts pressure on GAK in the table with the win

Reid puts pressure on GAK in the table with the win

SV Ried moved eight points clear of league leaders GAK in the Football League Two, at least until Sunday. At the beginning of round 24 on Friday evening, the Inviertel team defeated its host SV Horn 2-0 to achieve its third victory in a row. Three points behind, DSV Leoben sit third after a 2-1 defeat at home to FC Liefering, with interim coach Daniel Pichler happy with the successful start.

In Waldviertel, two goals made the difference. Philippe Boomer (22nd minute) shot from the edge of the penalty area and hit a powerful ball. It was the second goal of the season for the 26-year-old midfielder. In the final stage, Fabian Rosdorfer (86) made it all clear, scoring just ten minutes after coming on as a substitute. This is the second defeat in a row for the Horn team.

Leoben could only win one of their last five matches

Things are also not going well for Eupen, who has won just one of his last five matches. But more could have been seen against Levering. Kevin Fresenbichler failed on his way to scoring the first goal with a poor shot from the penalty spot against Young Bulls goalkeeper Jonas Kromrey (57th place). A short time later, Justin Omoregie (63 minutes), the 'Joker' who had just been substituted, scored at the other end. Adam Daghim (86) added another substitute before the home team made cosmetic gains with Thomas Hirschhofer (88). Seventh-place Levering was the fourth win in a row.

FC Admira, who is fourth in the table, one point behind Leoben, also succeeded. Südstädter, unbeaten in six rounds, maintained the upper hand against Kapfenberger SV 1-0 thanks to a late goal from Patrick Schmidt (90). Vienna, in sixth place, won 2-0 over SV Lafnitz thanks to goals from Noah Bischoff (10th place), who benefited from a serious goalkeeping error, and Christoph München (33rd place).

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Sturm II clearly wins the basement duel

Sturm Graz's second team achieved important success in the relegation battle with a 4-1 win over bottom team SKU Amstetten. The penultimate team, for which Leon Grijic scored twice, initially moved within two points of third-bottom Dornbirn. Leader GAK will not be in action until the end of the round at home to SKN St. Pölten on Sunday.