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Salzburg approached Sturm again with a 3-0 win over Altach

Salzburg approached Sturm again with a 3-0 win over Altach

After two recent home defeats in the Bundesliga, defending champions SCR Altach defeated SCR Altach at home 3-0 (1-0) and moved within a point of league leaders Sturm Graz, at least for a day. Amar Didic (44′) shortly before half-time, and Maurice Kjergaard immediately after (46′) started the win, and Karim Konate (59′) scored the final score.

After the 2-1 defeat against Inter Milan on Tuesday, Struber decided not to make a major substitution and contented himself with bringing in two new players, defender Samson Baidou and striker Karim Konate. In Altach, Joachim Standqvist had to replace his goalkeeper because Dejan Stankovic bruised his hand in the last training session. Tobias Schützenauer made his league debut for SCR and showed an impeccable performance.

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Salzburg let the ball spread within their ranks, but the visitors made their first attacking moves. Atdhe Nuhiu narrowly missed the ball (1st), and Lukas Vadinger shot clear over the goal (2nd). After that, Salzburg was no longer in trouble. Altash, who had conceded only three goals in the previous five matches, was well prepared defensively for the champions and survived the first two difficult situations. Schützenauer came out at the right time in front of Roko Simic (8th place), and Oskar Galloch missed after a great move (29th place).

The Red Bulls had their third chance. After a perfect cross from Galluch, Didek was free to head the ball over and take the initiative. Immediately after the break, Maurits Kjergaard added more. The 20-year-old Danish player scored a goal with a perfect shot 34 seconds into the second half and celebrated his first goal in the league in 14 months. Konate made the final decision with his sixth goal of the season after just under an hour, but the 19-year-old Ivorian then squandered his best chances (65, 68) for a bigger win.

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