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WSG inflicts on Fener Austria their first defeat in the qualifying group

WSG inflicts on Fener Austria their first defeat in the qualifying group

Vienna Austria suffered its first defeat in the qualifying group against WSG Tyrol. Tomic scored the only goal of the evening from a penalty kick.

WSG avenged the defeat a few days ago.
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Three days after a 3-0 home win over WSG Tyrol, Vienna Austria failed to improve. On Tuesday, Wimmer's side suffered a 1-0 (0-0) defeat to the Tyrol outfit due to an unfortunate penalty kick at the end, with four rounds to go in the Bundesliga qualifying group, and the league leaders' lead over Wydad was reduced to three points. WSG, on the other hand, took a big step towards staying in the league.

Qualifying Group – Round 28

Thanks to Tomic's penalty, the gap between bottom club Lustenau is already ten points, and a draw in the first leg against Vorarlberg will be enough for the Tyrolean side to secure their ticket to the Council of Advisors for next season. Austria suffered their first defeat in the qualifying group and went out losing for the first time in eleven matches against WSG.

After an interruption of about five minutes due to an obstruction to the safety route in the stands, the Viennese team started with a great opportunity, as Gruber was disturbed by WSG goalkeeper Steiskal and shot past the goal (sixth). However, the home team survived the first period of purple pressure on the rain-soaked track and clawed their way into the game better after a quarter of an hour.

WSG assigns pin pricks

The Tyrolean team appeared dangerous in the Austrian penalty area several times, but initially failed to score any good shots or did not succeed at all. A defence-oriented WSG team with a five-man series at this point took advantage of the sluggish Vienna attack and continued to produce pinpricks, as with Blume's low shot, in which Früchtl was really challenged for the first time (32 min). A short while later, Buksa headed a ball wide of the goal (34), and minutes later the ball headed wide of the goal again (40).

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At the beginning of the second half, Kratzig tested Bayern's loaned Austrian player Steskal from a tight angle (53'), and the match did not have much to offer after that. Violet used very little of their clear advantage in possession, especially compared to the last duel, and WSG failed to land a shot at all.

The match remained disjointed until the end. When a misunderstanding occurred between Früschtel and Ginoche at the end, Austria were lucky not to concede an own goal (81st), but after several scenes they were not really so lucky. Goganj hit defender Martins' hand, and after examining the video assistant referee, referee Quigas awarded a penalty kick. Tomic used this with confidence to get the final result. In stoppage time, Ginoche received a red card after an emergency stop in front of Sulzbacher in the opponent's half (93).