Football – A subtle goal from Austria


Sascha Horvath, Linz player in the Austrian Premier League, scored a superb lob against Sturm Graz.

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The Austrian Bundesliga Premier League meeting between Sturm Graz and Linz was very emotional, with no less than six goals scored (3-3) and one sent off. Led 0-3 on his lawn just before half-time, Graz managed to snatch the equalizer in the 80th by Kelvin Yeboah, one minute after Linz defender René Renner’s red card.

But the action of the match is to the credit of Sascha Horvath. The Linz player scored the 0-3 in the 36th minute with a superb lob which put all of Graz’s defense. Despite the stroke of genius of his striker, Linz was forced to share the stake in the end and still finds himself eleventh (out of 12) in the relegation zone in the second division.

Equally spectacular in the Youth League

On the fifth day of the UEFA Youth League, the young people of Benfica did not do things by halves on the lawn of FC Barcelona. The Portuguese won 0-3, thanks in particular to a superb goal from Martim Neto, which can be admired from the keeper’s comeback to the top corner shot from outside the penalty area.

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