Admiral Bundesliga: Austria Wien defeats Sturm Graz 2-1

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WIEN. Austria Wien bested Sturm Graz to win 2-1.

WIEN. Austria Wien prevailed over Sturm Graz to win 2-1. All goals were scored in the second half.​ It was Austria Wien to strike first with a goal of M. Huskovic at the 48′. Then A. Jukic scored again for Austria Wien in the 76′ minute with a goal. Eventually, M. Sarkaria reduced the distance for Sturm Graz with a goal. However, that was it, and the result remained 2-1.​

A. Kuen received a red card (58′)​. This red card was one of the reason why Sturm Graz lost the match.

The match was held at the Generali Arena Stadium in Wien on Sunday and this began at 1:30 pm local time. The referee was Manuel Schüttengruber who had the assistance of Roland Brandner and Clemens Schüttengruber. The 4th official was Dieter Muckenhammer. The weather was cloudy. The temperature was quite cold around 1.9 degrees Celsius or 35.46 Fahrenheit. Humidity was up to 87%.​

Match Statistics

There wasn’t much of a difference in ball possession. Austria Wien was in possession of the ball for 46% of the time vs. Sturm Graz that controlled the ball for 54% of the time.

Sturm Graz was more aggressive with 99 dangerous attacks and 9 shots of which 3 were on target. Anyhow, Austria Wien succeeded in find the solution to win this encounter.​

Austria Wien shot 13 times, 7 on target, 6 off target. On the other side, Sturm Graz shot 9 times, 3 on target, 6 off target.


Austria Wien received 3 yellow cards (V. Demaku, A. Jukic and C. Schoissengeyr). On the other side, No yellow cards were issued to Sturm Graz.

Also, Sturm Graz didn’t manage to end the match with 11 players after A. Kuen (Sturm Graz) was sent out after receiving a straight red card in the (58′).

After playing this encounter, Austria Wien will have 17 points like Hartberg to stay in the 8th place. On the other side, Sturm Graz will stay with 24 points to stay in the 3rd place.

Match Events

  • 19'

    V. Demaku

  • 38'

    J. Handl

    M. Suttner

  • 41'

    A. Jukic

  • 48'

    M. Huskovic

    M. Djuricin

  • 56'

    M. Sarkaria

    A. Dante

  • 58'

    A. Kuen

  • 63'

    I. Ljubic

    J. Jantscher

  • 70'

    C. Keles

    M. Djuricin

  • 71'

    C. Schoissengeyr

    V. Demaku

  • 74'

    C. Lang

    J. Gorenc Stankovic

  • 74'

    A. Borkovic

    D. Affengruber

  • 73'

    L. Jager

    J. Gazibegovic

  • 76'

    A. Jukic

  • 81'

    M. Sarkaria

  • 81'

    N. Ohio

    M. Huskovic

  • 81'

    A. Grunwald

    A. Jukic

  • 86'

    C. Schoissengeyr

Next match

In the upcoming Admiral Bundesliga match, Austria Wien will play away against Rapid Vienna on the 5th of December with a 21-18 head to head statistic in favor of Rapid Vienna (20 draws).

Sturm Graz will play away with Rheindorf Altach on the 1st of December with a 21-6 head to head record in favor of Sturm Graz (8 draws).

Austria Wien: Formation and Lineups

Austria Wien started with a 3-5-2 line-up (3-5-2).

The manager Manfred Schmid chose to play with the following team: Patrick Pentz (6.6), Eric Martel (7.3), Lukas Mühl (6.5), Markus Suttner (7.0), Georg Teigl (6.9), Vesel Demaku (6.4), Manfred Fischer (7.0), Aleksandar Jukic (7.5), Ziad El Sheiwi (7.5), Marco Đuričin (8.0) and Muharem Huskovic (7.3).


Austria Wien made 5 changes: M. Suttner for J. Handl (38′), M. Djuricin for C. Keles (70′), V. Demaku for C. Schoissengeyr (71′), M. Huskovic for N. Ohio (81′) and A. Jukic for A. Grunwald (81′).

Top player: Marco Đuričin

The player who no doubt impressed Austria Wien the most was Marco Đuričin even if he didn’t score any goal.

His rating is (8.0) with 18 passes (61% accurate) and 2 key passes. He was won 6 duels out of 11. He performed 1 cross.

Sturm Graz: Formation and Lineups

Sturm Graz started with a 4-3-1-2 line-up (4-3-1-2).

On the other side, Christian Ilzer played with: Jörg Siebenhandl (7.4), Jusuf Gazibegovic (6.3), David Affengruber (6.8), Gregory Wüthrich (7.2), Amadou Dante (6.3), Andreas Kuen (7.2), Jon Gorenc Stanković (7.0), Alexander Prass (6.9), Anderson Niangbo (7.2), Jakob Jantscher (7.0) and Kelvin Yeboah (6.3).


Sturm Graz made 5 changes: A. Dante for M. Sarkaria (56′), J. Jantscher for I. Ljubic (63′), D. Affengruber for A. Borkovic (73′), J. Gorenc Stankovic for C. Lang (73′) and J. Gazibegovic for L. Jager (73′).

Best player: Jörg Siebenhandl

The player that probably impressed the most for Sturm Graz was the goalkeeper: Jörg Siebenhandl. His rating is 7.43. He performed 6 saves.

Results of the day

These are the results of the day in the Admiral Bundesliga



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