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Red Bull Arena (Wals-Siezenheim)

FC Red Bull Salzburg 1-0 SK Sturm Graz

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FC Red Bull Salzburg beat SK Sturm Graz 1-0 in a Tipp3-Bundesliga match at the Red Bull Arena in Wals-Siezenheim.

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Goals
68 mins — FC Red Bull Salzburg vs SK Sturm Graz 1-0 — Ilsanker goal vs SK Sturm Graz
Match Stats
20
7
11
18
10
60%
2

Shots
On Target
Fouls
Corners
Offsides
Possession
Yellow Cards
Red Cards
6
2
11
20
1
40%
4

FC Red Bull Salzburg Starting Lineup

G - 31 - P. Gulacsi
M - 6 - C. Schwegler
M - 5 - A. Ramalho
M - 36 - M. Hinteregger
M - 17 - A. Ulmer
M - 44 - K. Kampl
M - 13 - S. Ilsanker
M - 24 - C. Leitgeb
M - 18 - D. Svento
A - 27 - Alan
A - 14 - V. Berisha

SUB - 37 - V. Lazaro
SUB - 11 - M. Meilinger
SUB - 16 - H. Nielsen
SUB - 19 - Reyna
SUB - 15 - F. Schiemer
SUB - 39 - G. Teigl
SUB - 33 - A. Walke

SK Sturm Graz Starting XI

G - 19 - B. Pliquett
D - 29 - P. Hutter
D - 15 - M. Madl
D - 13 - N. Vujadinovic
D - 27 - C. Klem
M - 33 - P. Wolf
M - 10 - A. Hadzic
M - 26 - T. Kainz
M - 14 - F. Kainz
M - 23 - R. Beric
A - 28 - D. Beichler

SUB - 1 - C. Gratzei
SUB - 30 - C. Kröpfl
SUB - 38 - A. Pfingstner
SUB - 2 - R. Ranftl
SUB - 18 - D. Schloffer
SUB - 24 - M. A. Schmerbock
SUB - 16 - F. Sittsam

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