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LASK last-minute goal by Ziereis ends Unserie against TSV Hartberg – Bundesliga

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LASK last-minute goal by Ziereis ends Unserie against TSV Hartberg – Bundesliga

“Aktion Attacke” in third place in the fifth place in the table TSV Egger-Glas Hartberg, for whom it could be an extremely successful “English week” and who wanted to take the momentum and self-confidence from the first championship group victory in the ADMIRAL Bundesliga season 2023/24 on Sunday in the 3-1 coup in Linz three days later. To get another threesome against your favorite opponent SHOT” (undefeated against the Athletics since 2020, 4W, 7U) draw level on points. In the end 1:2. Thanks to the late goal from Philipp Ziereis last minute! After 11 games without a win against TSV, another threesome after 2020!

Philipp Ziereis redeemed the Linzers from their dubiousness against the Hartbergers with their first win in almost four years, somehow maneuvering the ball over the line after a free kick from Valon Berisha. A downer for the German defense boss, however: He received his fifth yellow card and will miss Sunday’s home game against SK Rapid and his former FC St.Pauli teammate Guido Burgstaller.

Hartberg cautious, LASK with their first chances to score

TSV’s last defeat against the Upper Austrians was on June 24, 2020, followed by eleven games that were always countable. The guests continue in the championship group without their LASK leader and top scorer Robert Žulj (strain). In his BL away debut with the Athletes, interim head coach Thomas Darazs chose a new “approach”, this time with a four-man defense chain… and only had his team arrive at the Profertil Arena an hour before the game.

Both teams are immediately present on the pitch right from kick-off, while the athletes’ supporters in the stands who have traveled with them provide unbridled acoustic support this time after their boycott of the atmosphere, which only applies in the Raiffeisen Arena. Lively, varied initial phase, only the final punch and conclusions are still a long time coming. The Linzers are more active offensively. Right flank Filip Stojković, Moses Usor prevails in an aerial duel against goalkeeper Sallinger in the six-meter area – header, over (14th). Then there was no access against the Frenchman Adil Taoui (starting eleven debut!), whose low shot from the 16th went just past the left (15th). Moses Usor then spins half-right, takes a shot from the turn – Sallinger throws his upper body into the shot ball (18th).

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Pure efficiency in blue and white! First attack = 1:0

After this power phase from the Stahlstadters, then – typical of TSV – the Styrians came out of nowhere with pure efficiency. In the first attack by Schopp’s protégés, ex-LASKer Dominik Frieser set up Maximilian Entrup on the right flank with a brilliant pass. The TSV top scorer with an overview makes an excellent pass across to Maximilian Fillafer just before the baseline. The 19-year-old effortlessly scored his second goal of the season (21st) into the empty net. The scene is still being checked before the VAR check gives the “green light” for the blue and whites.

Déjà vu, on the other hand, for the Linz team, who are once again caught off guard by Hartberger’s tried-and-tested switching game and fall behind at a similar point in time as on Sunday. Against defensively disciplined Hartberger, the courageous guests continued to have more possession of the ball, but Usor & Co. lacked penetration and drive in the final third of the attack.

Before Moses Usor asserts himself energetically on the half-right and LASK scores after a lightning combination thanks to Florian Flecker. The 28-year-old Styrian, who has been in good form for weeks, scores again – like three days ago – against his former club (44th). This time with a rebound or dust to make the score 1:1!

In a good mood these weeks: Florian Flecker. Who is involved in a goal in the third BL game in a row. An assist against RB Salzburg and two goals against his former club TSV Hartberg within three days.

Aluminum goal Avdijaj / “double-seater” Ljubičić, then penalty alert

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After the restart, both teams immediately had chances to score. First Flecker misses after a Usor pass (46th), before ÖFB team striker Entrup also misses on the other side after a Pfeifer pass (47th). What about Donis Avdijaj? There has been little to see of the German-born player so far, but he then creates a murmur in the wide area after the 27-year-old Kosovo international picks up a fine pass from Fillafer and hits the left outside bar from half-left (59th).

On the other side, Marin Ljubičić misses a mega opportunity, misses the hosts’ goal from a few meters after Taoui’s cross pass and grabs his head in horror (64′). Then Marin Ljubičić again with the proliferation of chances. Flecker with the great interface pass to the 22-year-old Croatian, who once again missed the goal alone in front of TSV goalkeeper Sallinger (71st). Incomprehensible!

Pressure phase from the Darazs team, who absolutely want their first away win in 2024. Corner ball from the right by Berisha to Flecker, whose header Sallinger and Entrup fend off by joining forces. But the VAR check follows. Referee Gishamer goes into the review arena and decides “no handball” on the TSV goalscorer (78th). Lucky for the Hartbergers!

Ziereis redeems Linzer after Berisha’s free kick

LASK continues with a power play in the final quarter of an hour, but TSV defends bravely and well before the “LASK last minute” goal is scored for the first away win of 2024. Valon Berisha with the diagonal free kick, Philipp Ziereis with the goal for a happy ending – 1:2. Revenge for the 1:3 home defeat in Linz.

At the same time, in the 12th attempt, the long-awaited athlete victory finally came against the Hartbergers, who are still waiting for the first three in the championship group in their second participation in the upper playoff.

ADMIRAL Bundesliga 28th round, championship group 6th round

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Wednesday, April 24, 2024, 6:30 p.m., Profertil Arena, SR: Sebastian Gishamer

TSV Egger-Glas Hartberg vs. LASK 1:2 (1:1)

TSV Hartberg (4-1-4-1): Sallinger – Heil (K), Komposch, Bowat, Pfeifer – Kainz (61. Diakité) – Frieser, Avdijaj (61. Prokop), Sangaré, Fillafer (80. Providence) – Entrup. Trainer: Markus Schopp.

SHOT (4-2-3-1): Lawal – Stojković, Ziereis (K), Andrade, Bello – Horvath, V. Berisha – Usor, Taoui (73. Pintor), Flecker – Ljubičić. Trainer: Thomas Darazs.

Torfolge: 1:0 Fillafer (21., Entrup/Frieser), 1:1 Flecker (44.), 1:2 Ziereis (90.+3, V. Berisha)

yellow cards: Ljubičić (23rd, SR criticism), Ziereis (39th, foul play, 5th GK, next game vs. SK Rapid suspended), V. Berisha (69th, foul play), Flecker (82nd, foul play)


Photo credit: Harald Dostal/www.sport-bilder.at and GEPA-ADMIRAL

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