No winner at ASV vs. Neumarkt – Fußball Salzburg – Results, tables and goal scorers from all Sbg leagues.
The evening game on Friday gave the ASV Salzburg and the TSV Neumarkt one point each. After the city dwellers had called the shots in the first half, the second round clearly belonged to the Oberascher team. “Because of this, the division of points is fair,” said the ASV coach Patrick Schoeberl.
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The ASV engine sputtered after Islamovic was injured
In front of 100 spectators, the Itzlinger caught their opponents from Flachgau ice cold on the wrong foot. A few moments were played on the ASV sports facility when things went quickly after a high ball win and Dedovic got the lightning lead (1st). It should also continue in this key. “We played boldly and powerfully,” summed up Schöberl, who was rated similarly by his protégés with the 2-0 in the 17th minute: Resch now entered the list of marksmen from the story of how the 1-0 came about. Around ten minutes later, Islamovic’s (ankle) working day came to an end due to an injury. “That was the sticking point,” groaned Schöberl. In the final of the first half of the game, the city dwellers broke and the pressing that worked so well at the beginning suddenly didn’t work at all anymore. Meanwhile, Neumarkt took advantage of the hosts’ phase of weakness – Veselinovic reduced the lead to 2:1 (29th).
Neumarkt made the music in section two
After the 15-minute tea break, the guest eleven came out of the catacombs willingly. “The opponent was really superior,” Schöberl admitted. So it’s not too far-fetched that the Oberascher guys got a well-deserved equalizer through Ndure (52′). As the game progressed, the Itzlingers mourned a Zeyringer chance, which in return led to a Veselinovic storm run, which the home glove Gottsmann was just able to thwart with a nimble foot defence. In the end it was a draw and the resulting division of points, which Schöberl was absolutely fine with: “We were better in the first half, Neumarkt in the second.”