As Vorarlberg announced after a 1-1 draw against Hungarian club Nyiregyhaza Spartacus FC on Monday, the two goals resulting from penalties came from strange decisions in the two penalty areas.
After Ousmane Diawara (69th) scored from the spot for Altach after an alleged foul on Felix Strauss, the referee decided on a penalty again shortly afterwards after an aerial duel in the Altach penalty area. Altach’s goalkeeper Tobias Schützenauer made a save, but the referee team decided to repeat the penalty. Protests from Altach followed, and the Hungarians’ second attempt failed (75′).
As the Bundesliga club noted in the match report on its homepage, a preventive report was submitted to the ÖFB, the Bundesliga and Play Fair Code due to the referee’s decisions.
“Win by more than two goals” at Rapid?
At the end of last week, Rapid had already reported a case of attempted match-fixing during a test in Belek. In the 2-1 win against 1. FC Slovacko from the Czech Republic, the Viennese goals came from penalties, a third for Slovacko was not converted in two attempts by former Austria striker Marko Kvasina.
Both Rapid and Slovacko were suspected of betting on a game with more than two goals. “We were just passengers, both teams were affected and had no chance,” said Rapids managing director Steffen Hofmann in the Kronen Zeitung.
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