GAK fought for a point in Linz – Horn remains unblemished at the top of the table

Blau-Weiß Linz and Grazer AK shared the points on Friday evening. However, the beneficiary of the fourth round is SV Horn. After four games, the Lower Austrians have the maximum number of points.

Seidl (left) scored the opening goal in Linz.
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Leader SV Horn kept its clean sheet in the second division in the fourth round. The Lower Austrians landed a 1-0 (1-0) win at the pointless bottom FC Dornbirn on Friday. The lead over the first pursuer Vienna, who did not get more than 1-1 (1-0) after taking the lead at FC Liefering, is four points. After a 1-1 (1-0) win over GAK, Blue White has only four points on their account.

The SKN St. Pölten lost to the second team from Sturm Graz after two exclusions with 2:5 (1:1) and is only seventh. Bundesliga relegated Admira drew 3: 2 (2: 1) against the Young Violets from Austria Vienna on points with the Lower Austria rival. The two heavyweights are five points behind leader Horn. In addition to Amstetten and Sturm II, this also applies to the FAC. The Viennese defeated Vorwarts Steyr 2-1 (2-0).

Yilmaz scored the gold goal in Dornbirn after preparatory work by Wallner (81st). However, goalkeeper Ehmann became Horn’s match winner, who then saved a hands-on penalty from Dornbirn’s Renan (88′). The league leaders have won all four previous games by one goal. The decisive hits in all games only came in the final quarter of an hour.

Chaser Vienna led in Grödig against Liefering for a long time through a goal by Zatl after a pass from Luxbacher, but conceded the equalizer (80th) with a headball from Konate, which is well worth seeing. The ambitious newcomer from Vienna is still unbeaten, but after the recent 1-1 draw against St. Pölten, they had to settle for a draw for the second time in a row.

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Liendl scores for GAK

Blau Weiß also only got one point after leading against GAK. Although Linz dominated before the break, Seidl only scored one goal after Ronivaldo’s header (36′). The equalizer came from a hands-on penalty by Liendl (59′) – the 36-year-old’s first goal since returning to GAK. Blau Weiß gave up a lead in Horn (1:2) last week.

St. Pölten weakened against Sturm II with red for Monzialo (60th/violence) and yellow-red for Conte (67th) itself. But Graz were already the more dangerous team before that. Sturms Toth scored three goals (16th, 73rd, 81st). In addition, Fuseini, who was also recently used by the pros, entered the list of marksmen after a remarkable solo (53rd) and Stückler (78th). St. Pölten equalized twice with Kone (24th) and Hartwig (56th).

Admira managed the game after an early 2-0 lead through an own goal by Schmelzer (4th) and a header by Keckeisen (6th) in the first half. Shortly before the break, Kreiker scored the goal (45th). After Gattermayer’s 3:1 (59th), the Violets shortened the lead again with Pecar (76th). The goals for FAC were scored by Miljanic (5th) and ex-Steyrer Kröhn (44th). Pellegrini was successful for Steyr (60th).