INNSBRUCK. LASK Linz topped WSG Tirol. LASK Linz was unquestionably superior in terms of ball possession (66%) and that was among the factors of its victory.
Felix Bacher received a red card (54′). This double yellow card was one of the reason why WSG Tirol lost the match.
The match was played at the Tivoli Stadion Tirol stadium in Innsbruck on Sunday and it started at 2:30 pm local time. The referee was Josef Spurny who was helped by Sebastian Gruber and Mattias Hartl. The 4th official was Andreas Heiß. The weather was cloudy. The temperature was cold at 8.7 degrees Celsius or 47.59 Fahrenheit. The humidity was 48%.
LASK Linz had a superior ball possession 66% while WSG Tirol was struggling with a 34% ball possession.
Attitude and shots
LASK Linz had a more offensive attitude with 31 dangerous attacks and 23 shots of which 9 were on target. This is one of the reasons why LASK Linz won the match.
WSG Tirol shot 8 times, 4 on target, 3 off target. Regarding the opposition, LASK Linz shot 23 times, 9 on target, 9 off target.
WSG Tirol received 2 yellow cards (Felix Bacher and Sandi Ogrinec). Talking about the opposition, LASK Linz received 2 yellow cards (Dietmar Kühbauer and Felix Luckeneder).
Felix Bacher (WSG Tirol) was sent off after receiving a second yellow card (54′).
After this encounter, WSG Tirol will stay with 28 points to sit in the 6th place. Talking about the opposition, LASK Linz will have 37 points to remain in the 3rd place.
In the next match in the Admiral Bundesliga, WSG Tirol will play away against Rapid Vienna on the 12th of March with a 9-1 head to head statistic in favor of Rapid Vienna (1 draw).
LASK Linz will host Salzburg on the 12th of March with a 21-4 head to head in favor of Salzburg (11 draws).
WSG Tirol – Formation
WSG Tirol started with a christmas tree line-up (4-3-2-1).
The manager Thomas Silberberger decided to play with the following team: Ferdinand Oswald, Alexander Ranacher , Felix Bacher , Dominik Stumberger , Kofi Schulz , Lukas Sulzbacher , Valentino Müller , Julius Ertlthaler , Žan Rogelj , Sandi Ogrinec and Justin Forst .
The home team had on the bench: Benjamin Ožegović, David Jaunegg, Johannes Naschberger, Kilian Bauernfeind, Cem Üstündag, Tim Prica and Thomas Geris.
WSG Tirol made 3 changes: J. Ertlthaler for K. Bauernfeind (57′), J. Forst for Tim Prica (64′) and Sandi Ogrinec for Johannes Naschberger (90′).
Best player: Valentino Müller
As per our analysis, the most impressive player for WSG Tirol was Valentino Müller.
His rating iswith 1 goal, 21 passes (61% accurate) and 1 key pass. He was won 2 duels out of 7.
LASK Linz – Formation
LASK Linz started with a 4-2-3-1 line-up (4-2-3-1).
Dietmar Didi Kühbauer played with: Tobias Okiki Lawal, Filip Stojković , Philipp Ziereis , Felix Luckeneder , Marvin Potzmann , Branko Jovičić , Sascha Horvath , Moses Usor , Robert Žulj , Keito Nakamura and Ibrahim Mustapha .
These were the players on the bench: Lukas Jungwirth, Philipp Wiesinger, Thomas Goiginger, Florian Flecker, Nemanja Celic, Peter Michorl and Adil Taoui.
LASK Linz made 4 changes: Philipp Ziereis for Philipp Wiesinger (62′), Ibrahim Mustapha for Florian Flecker (77′), Sascha Horvath for Peter Michorl (77′) and Moses Usor for Adil Taoui (90′).
Best player: Keito Nakamura
Following our analysis, the most impressive player for LASK Linz was Keito Nakamura.
His rating iswith 1 goal, 26 passes (84% accurate) and 2 key passes. He was won 6 duels out of 8. He performed 1 cross.
Results of the day
These are the results of the day in the Admiral Bundesliga.
- WSG Tirol – LASK Linz – 2-3
- Rapid Vienna – Salzburg – 2-4
- Austria Klagenfurt – Rheindorf Altach – 3-0