2:0 against Austria: Altach gave the red lantern to Wacker

In the goal-richest game on Saturday Hartberg won the WAC with 4:3. There were no goals at St. Pölten against Admira.

SCR Altach – FK Austria Vienna 2:0 (0:0)

The SCR Altach has lost the last place in the table in the tipico Bundesliga. The Vorarlberger won 2-0 (0-0) against Austria on Saturday, the second win of the season, at the same time the second in a row. Brian Mwila was match winner with a double pack in the second half of the game (55th, 68th) for the Altachers, who are now in tenth place. GunsBet‘s new players enjoys a sizable gift in the form of a welcome bonus.

While Altach’s coach Werner Grabherr was able to rejoice for the first time at home after five defeats in the previous home appearances of the season, Austria once again started the return journey from the West with empty hands. Altach extended their excellent home record against the purple ones. For the SCR it was the fifth victory in the last six duels in the Cashpoint Arena.

WAC – TSV Hartberg 3:4 (2:1)

The rising TSV Hartberg has won his first away win of the current season in a curious game at the WAC on Saturday. The Styrians prevailed in Wolfsberg with 4:3 (1:2). WAC coach Christian Ilzer lost to the club, which he had led to promotion in the previous season. Match winner in a game marked by goalie mistakes was Rajko Rep with a double pack (24th, 87th).

Wolfsberg had taken the lead 2:0 early by Dever Orgill (12.) and Marc Andre Schmerböck (20.), Michael Novak scored in front of 3.213 spectators for the hosts (66.). For the Hartberger team, the substitute Dario Tadic (57th) and ex-WAC player Florian Flecker (61st) were successful as well as Rep. The Styrians, so far without an away point in four league games, moved up to ninth place in the table. The WAC is still fifth.

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Dever Orgill Honors 

Vancouver Whitecaps
  • USL First Division (1): 2008
IFK Mariehamn
  • Finnish Cup (1): 2015
  • Veikkausliiga (1): 2016 

SKN St. Pölten – Admira 0:0

In the first game after the departure of coach Dietmar Kühbauer to Rapid, St. Pölten had to settle for a 0:0 victory against Admira in the Lower Austrian derby on Saturday. The home side set the tone in the tenth round, but for the first time since 25 August they failed to score and after three wins en suite were not able to write the full score this time.

The gap to Salzburg (27), the leader of the table, was reduced to six points at least until Sunday, when the Lower Austrians could also be overtaken by the LASK (20). With eight points, the Admira remain penultimate and have only two wins in the most recent 14 Bundesliga games.