Salzburg coach Matthias Jaissle: “We don’t complain” – football
If you only know Matthias Jaissle from his public appearances in the media, you would have no idea what kind of hot spur the 33-year-old can mutate into on the sidelines.
The German, who always looked balanced in interviews, drove his pulse when his FC Red Bull Salzburg lost away at SV Ried (match report >>>) once more into the three-digit range and repeatedly struggled with referee Julian Weinberger.
At first, Jaissle was annoyed – and rightly so – that the referee team believed that Luca Meisl had a full header behind the Salzburg goal line and gave the Rieders a 1-0 lead early on.
After changing sides, he clashed with the fourth official because, in his opinion, Weinberger did not start the party again quickly enough and he feared that his players would not start well enough warmed up in the second half.
And finally, shortly before the final whistle, the Swabian saw his third yellow card of the season with Dietmar Kühbauer at the head of the most cautioned Same as Bundesliga coach.
Jaissle: “We don’t complain”
After the final whistle everything is forgotten, Jaissle is conciliatory in the “Sky” interview: “Today one or the other luck was not there to win the game. But we try to look at ourselves and don’t complain. We take it Point with and now go with the full focus on the Wolfsburg game. “
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Basically, the successful Salzburg coach, who was still unbeaten after 21 competitive games, saw a fair draw. He compliments the strong Rieders at home: “Ried did really well and defended well over long stretches. We didn’t get into the game that well, but we played very dominantly over long stretches. It was a lot of that too see what I want. A lot came together today, we still got the point, and everything is ok. “
In contrast to the first leg between the “Bulls” and the “Vikings”, which ended 7: 1 for the people of Mozart, the Innviertel team this time played a duel at eye level. Up to the 83rd minute, she even led 1-0 through the controversial hit from Luca Meisl.
Controversial 1: 0! “No goal for me”
The Rieder central defender, who was trained by the “Bulls”, brought a header to the Salzburg box after a useful corner, which Philipp Köhn was actually able to fend off. Referee Weinberger initially let the party continue before linesman Luka Katholnig informed him that the ball had crossed the Salzburg goal line in its entirety. The VAR confirmed the decision, a camera perspective that would briefly clear up the situation, but just like the goal-line technology in Austria is not yet used.
In retrospect, it tends to be said that this is a wrong decision by Weinberger, Katholnig and Co. Jaissle looks that way too. “It’s not a goal for me. I trust my goalkeeper when he says that. You have to accept it, the linesman saw it better – hats off,” said the German, unable to resist a little swipe at the Katholnig.
As the game progressed, the people of Mozartstadt found it difficult to create clear scoring chances against ever lower “Vikings”. “The first 15 minutes weren’t good, then we fought our way through and played the processes as I imagined. We came flat behind the chain, one or the other time it got really tricky, but against the Rieder five-man chain it wasn’t that easy to get into the pits, “says Jaissle.
It was not until a penalty won by Junior Adamu in minute 73 that it became really dangerous for the Rieder Tor for the first time, but Rasmus Kristensen missed from the point miserably. Adamu then did better himself when he was cleared half-right by Brenden Aaronson in the 83rd minute and netted to score his second competitive goal in a row. Just 145 seconds later, Nicolas Seiwald came to a close from a similar position, but only the pole and the initially spared Noah Okafor pushes the ball over the line to make it 2-1.
Heinle: “An incredible party!”
It didn’t stop there, however, as Die SV Ried also bet on a joker goal: Leo Mikic, who had been exchanged for a few minutes, was spot-on in the last minute of stoppage time after a Stosic free kick and put the bulging Josko Arena into ecstasy with a powerful shot.
“In terms of the course of the game, it was an unbelievable party,” says a hoarse Rieder interim coach Christian Heinle. The representative of Andreas Heraf, who is still condemned to watch after a vocal cord operation, is “proud of my team because they implemented the paths we worked out well and did not allow much in the first half.”
The 36-year-old, who had already led Rieder to a surprising cup win over Graz in the ÖFB Cup round of 16 during the week, analyzes: “As the game continues, we are no longer dying to close so well, until then it was extremely self-sacrificing. It was exactly the same team that played in Graz during the week, so you could just see the quality of Red Bull Salzburg, but I’m extremely proud to come back after 2-1 and to make it 2-2 in added time. “
Salzburg still “ready for Wolfsburg”
While the draw feels like victory for the Rieder, the “Bulls”, who played with the best cast, could well be a somewhat positive dress rehearsal for the difficult Champions League match at Dienstang in Wolfsburg, which could already be the historic round of 16 , expected (Tuesday, 18:45 in LIVE ticker).
Matthias Jaissle does not attach too much importance to the draw in the Josko Arena, after all, the Mozartstadt team only played 1-1 at SCR Altach before the first leg against Wolfsburg.
“On Tuesday it will be a completely different game, then a top team from the German Bundesliga awaits us, who will surely experience an upswing due to the change of coach,” said the German. Wolfsburg played a little earlier on Saturday afternoon and ended their series of losses with a 2-0 win over Bayer Leverkusen in the debut of neo-coach Florian Kohfeldt.
“The success against a top team like Leverkusen speaks for itself, that’s why we will go there and throw everything into the balance so we can take something with us,” said Jaissle.
The match winner from the first leg two weeks ago, Noah Okafor, is already hot for the “premier class”: “I think we know what to expect and we are 100% motivated to do it with a certain amount of self-confidence. We are ready!”
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