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“OÖ trap”! FC Red Bull Salzburg and its “Linz load” this season – Bundesliga

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“OÖ trap”!  FC Red Bull Salzburg and its “Linz load” this season – Bundesliga

Winning against Linz… has so far been more true for the defending champions in this ADMIRAL Bundesliga season 2023/24 FC Red Bull Salzburg-Challenger and iron pursuer SK Sturm Grazthe one against the SHOT (2W, 1N) and promoted team FC Blau-Weiß Linz (1W, 1D) at least got three threes in five games, but only one draw in Linz (for blue and white). The Upper Austrian record looks more sobering for the Red Bulls, who literally stumble over the black and blue and white and carry a “Linz burden” with them. Of a possible 15 points in the five BL duels so far, just four were taken and eleven were left behind.

Repeatedly fell into the “Steel City Clubs’ pitfall”! Forson and FC Red Bull Salzburg have already stumbled three times this season against LASK and FC Blau-Weiß Linz, both of whom repeatedly gave the Red Bulls problems. The 21-year-old Ghanaian here between Florian Flecker and veteran Filip Stojković.

Only one win out of three defeats and one draw – the Blue and Whites were even undefeated against RBS

In the five previous season duels against the Stahlstadt clubs in the ADMIRAL Bundesliga 50th anniversary season 2023/24, Struber’s protégés have only recorded one win, compared to three defeats and one draw. Stolperstein Stahlstadt Clubs!

The previous negative series began in the fall, when the series champions lost 1-0 against newly promoted FC Blau-Weiß (gold goal: 35-year-old Ronivaldo) in the Red Bull Arena on September 23, 2023, and a month later with the same result same place of work against LASK (gold goal: 32-year-old Robert Zulj).

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Even in the third duel against a club from the Upper Austrian capital – this time away for the first time – the Mozartstadt team remained winless, despite a record goal after five seconds (!) by Petar Ratkov (which – as it later turned out – was illegal) this year on the 17th In February they had to settle for a 1-1 draw with the newcomers at Linzer Donaupark and also fell short of expectations and possibilities in this match. What’s particularly striking is that since the Blue-Whites were re-founded, they have been undefeated against FC Red Bull Salzburg (W2, D1), and won 3-1 on September 19, 2010 at the Linzer Gugl in the second round of the ÖFB Cup.

And speaking of the Bulls’ lightning goal…another one in the current season in Europe’s Capital of Culture in 2009 gave Salzburg their only win on March 9th. On the Gugl at LASK. The guests took the lead again in the first minute, which this time lasted until the end of the game. Winning goal scorer Fernando, who was also the match winner in the opening match of the year in the ÖFB Cup quarter-finals with a 3-2 win in the Raiffeisen Arena and scored a brace.

A bull comes flying. After ex-Rieder Dorgeles Nene played as a joker and brought FC Red Bull Salzburg to 1:3 at LASK in the Friday evening opening match of the 26th round in the ADMIRAL Bundesliga with a remarkable shot from the 16-point limit, the 21st failed -year-old Malian a little later with his header past the magnificently parried Linz goalkeeper Tobias Lawal.

Without “LASK spring fright Fernando” red bulls “bloodless”

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Without the injured Brazilian, there was a “bull declaration of bankruptcy” in the fifth Bundesliga duel of the season against a Linz club and last night there was a 1:3 defeat in the final round at LASK, which was 0:3 behind (0:2 at the break). was practically sealed by triple packer Marin Ljubičić a quarter of an hour before the end of the game. Although the frontrunners (finally) showed their “true colors” at the end of the game and the athletes were able to thank goalkeeper Tobias Lawal that things didn’t get tight again. That wasn’t enough offensively, even from the “K2-Sturm” (Konaté/Koïta). Sekou Koïta was able to give the game a different direction with his top chance after less than a minute of play.

On (Whitsun) Sunday, May 19th, the sixth and final duel of the season will take place on the last matchday of the championship group – against LASK in the Red Bull Arena (5 p.m., league portal LIVE TICKER). The people of Salzburg are keen to lift the championship plate for the eleventh time in a row, but Lawal & Co. could possibly become a stumbling block or party crasher again… who knows…

The current season record against the two Linz clubs: 5 games, 4 points, 1W, 1D, 3L – 3:6 goals! The direct duel record against the series champions speaks for both LASK (2W, 1L) and for FC Blau-Weiß Linz (1W, 1D), who are now fighting to stay in the qualifying group.

After six years and ten games without a win, LASK finally got the long-awaited three-pointer against RBS

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For LASK, yesterday’s surprise victory, even a sensational one given the turbulent days this week, is akin to a liberation. Not only did interim coach Thomas Darazs celebrate his Bundesliga debut as head coach and his debut in style, it is the first complete success in the ADMIRAL Bundesliga at home since April 8, 2018 (the year in which the league reform was introduced with points halved for the final round) and thus six years, as well as in the eleventh attempt (previously three draws and seven defeats).

Irony of “fate” from Salzburg’s perspective: Long-time LASK goalkeeper Alexander Schlager won a home three with the Linzers (in Pasching, 1-0) in all the years from 2018 to 2023 and conceded after moving to his hometown of Salzburg last summer The Red Bulls have already suffered two defeats against his former club in three BL games this season.

For the series champions, a fabulous series ends on April 12, 2024 after 27 away games without defeat – the last one before was at the end of July 2022 at SK Sturm Graz (1: 2, double packer Rasmus Højlund, now Manchester United, as match winner).

See also:

Craziness! Ljubicic & LASK shock FC Red Bull Salzburg

RB Salzburg keeper Schlager: “LASK was ahead of us when it came to fighting, biting, running, pinching and scratching”

LASK: From the “jammed Ljubicic” to the “Croatian cobra”

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