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Salzburg narrowly escaped a rare home win

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On Wednesday, a new challenge in the Champions League – a match with Dinamo

The two leading teams met in the Austrian football championship, and Salzburg, for whom Benjamin Šeško played until the 75th minute, saved at least a point (1:1) in the match with LASK with a goal in the 96th minute.



The nets were silent until the 78th minute (in the 63rd minute, Peter Michorls hit the post for LASK with a free kick), when a Croatian footballer scored from 15 meters Marin Ljubičićwho plays for LASK as a loan player from Hajduk.

In front of 15,000 spectators, the Red Bulls equalized deep in the referee’s overtime when he was successful after a mistake by Ljubičić Oumar Soletwhich prevented Salzburg’s streak of 31 home games without defeat in the Austrian championship from ending.

LASK’s defense prepared well both for Šešek, who shone in the last two matches of the Slovenian national team, as well as for the Swiss Noah Okafor.

This result is a bit painful, because our team played an excellent game. Salzburg had fewer chances, we didn’t let them play, we were aggressive in the duels. They deserved to win,” said the coach of the visiting team Dietmar Kühbauer.

After 10 rounds, Salzburg is at the top of the table with 23 points (7-2-1), LASK (5-4-1) is second with four points less, Sturm from Graz (5-3-1) is also close with a game less.

Source: Rtvslo

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