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Blau-Wei Linz is on the spot – 1:1 against GAK

by archyde

Linz were closer to their second win of the season: Matthias Seidl made it 1-0 (36 ‘) after Ronivaldo’s header was discarded. GAK improved – driven by Michael Liendl – after the break, the 36-year-old made it 1-1 with a penalty (58th). It was Liendl’s first goal of the season for GAK, while Ronivaldo chased after the first goal at Blau-Wei Linz.

“It doesn’t matter, it’s more important that we win,” said the Brazilian. The opportunities to do so were missed by Anteo Fetahu (80′) and Matthias Seidl, whose shot hit the post (85′). “You have to win the game. We have to take advantage of the chances,” said coach Gerald Scheiblehner.

In four laps his team was eight points behind Horn. Scheiblehner remains calm: “If we continue to play like this, victories will come.”

Forward Steyr lost 1:2

For Vorwrts Steyr, the offensive line-up without the suspended stabilizer Alem Pasic backfired against FAC – 1:2. “We started with a gift,” said coach Daniel Madlener about the 0:1. After a corner, Miroslav Cirkovic couldn’t stop FAC striker Vice Miljanic with his foot. Goalkeeper Florian Eres parried, but then boxed the ball into the goal himself (5th). Ex-Steyrer Christopher Krhn scored the 2-0 (44th).

The bumpy pitch helped to make it 1:2 (60′): FAC player Clemens Hubmann’s back pass had an accident and Tobias Pellegrini converted it (60′). The only positives from a forward perspective were the comeback of Ikenna Ezeala and the debut of 16-year-old Eman Lidjan. Madlener: “The bottom line was that there was a lack of penetrating power.”

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