2: 0 in the final round
Red Bull Salzburg remains unbeaten in the championship with a dominant victory over Austria Wien for 14 consecutive fights.
Red Bull Salzburg football champions celebrated an away win 2-0 away from Wiener Austria on Sunday at the end of the 14th round of the Bundesliga thanks to a strong final assault. The goals scored by Xaver Schlager (86 & 39) and Takumi Minamino (94), with the Bulls & continue to lead the table 12 points in front of LASK.
The Viennese is the sixth at two points before Sturm and Rapid just above the line of champions. The job of "violet" coach Thomas Letsch has not become safer despite his team's dedicated warfare.
Five changes to EL-Match
Salzburg had a 5-2 win over the Europa League on Thursday against Rosenborg made five changes. For example, Smail Prevljak and former Austria Zlatko Junuzovic joined the team, but not Amadou Haidara and Minorino, the third scorer of Trondheim.
The changes did not currently have a positive effect on the appearance of "bulls". The passage of the game into the dangerous zone seemed too vague, which made it easy for the brave Austrians to fight Mozart's citizens away from their own goal.
The first half was dangerous for the Viennese: After a corner of Uros Matic Igor came from a good position to shoot, his volleyball lost the goal but it was clear. In return, Prevljak appeared in front of Austria's target – and drew considerable attention. His teammate, Munas Dabbur, had a good opportunity in the 41st minute after the mistake of Christian Schoissengeyr, but his shot crossed the goal a few meters.
In the initial phase of the second half, the scenes of the sentences were provisionally accumulated. After a cross from Andreas Ulmer, Andre Ramalho brought the ball out of the net, not under the gate (51st), but the Brazilian central defender saved eight minutes later at a junction with Christoph Monschein from Maximilian Sax . did not choose the direct route to the gate.
Schlager eventually came to the train
A moment later, Ramallo broke the corner again on a cross Matic – this time the defender was lucky not to score his own goals. It followed 15 minutes of inertia until the first attempt of the entire game was scored. Xaver Schlager had an eye for Junuzovic, the headline of the former international few meters that saved Austrian goalkeeper Patrick Pentz on foot. An even greater header chance left Schlager in the 81st minute as he directs the ball completely free at Pentz. Seconds later, the purple goalkeeper encountered problems in a long Schlager shot.
The Minamin rose
However, ÖFB's player still defeats. Pentz broke a shot from substitute Minamino for a while, Schlager was right, scoring 1-0 for the champion of the series and saved Salzburg before the first league match this year without scoring. In the 94th minute Minaminos walked through the violet defense and made a deliberate shot for the final score.
Austria in turn awaits a victory for five league games, was also only one of the 19th most recent victories to win with the "Taurus".