Goal scorer Sekou Koita initiated the 0:1 with a one-two with Oscar Gloukh himself, which is worth seeing. LASK goalkeeper Alexander Schlager had no chance against his shot in the far corner (54th). LASK, on the other hand, missed their top chance to equalize a little later: After a wonderful assist from Moses Usor, Ibrahim Mustapha only hit Salzburg goalkeeper Philipp Köhn (56th).
In the end, there were key moments in the game, which Salzburg then seized and also won early with the goal to make it 2-0. Neither the rushing hitter nor central defender Felix Luckeneder could clear it, Salzburg’s Nicolas Seiwald used the clumsy action and pushed the ball into the goal to make it 2-0 (72′).
The strongest performance in spring was not enough for LASK to win points – even if they had acted at eye level before the break. But there, too, the last precision was missing in the pressing to create top chances from the strong switching moments.
Rapid fix in the master group
In the last game of the basic round, LASK wants to gain momentum for the master group in Hartberg on Sunday. Rapid has also been on the ball since yesterday after beating Tirol 2-0.