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Gerhard-Hanappi-Stadion (Wien)

SK Rapid Wien 3-0 Wacker Innsbruck

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SK Rapid Wien beat Wacker Innsbruck 3-0 in a Tipp3-Bundesliga match at the Gerhard-Hanappi-Stadion in Wien.

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Goals
29 mins — SK Rapid Wien vs Wacker Innsbruck 1-0 — Starkl goal vs Wacker Innsbruck
90 mins — SK Rapid Wien vs Wacker Innsbruck 2-0 — Wydra goal vs Wacker Innsbruck
90 mins — SK Rapid Wien vs Wacker Innsbruck 3-0 — Sonnleitner goal vs Wacker Innsbruck
Match Stats

SK Rapid Wien Starting Lineup

1 - J. Novota
6 - M. Sonnleitner
17 - C. Dibon
4 - T. Schrammel
3 - B. Behrendt
32 - B. Boškovic
11 - S. Hofmann
30 - G. Burgstaller
28 - C. Trimmel
21 - L. Schaub
34 - D. Starkl

Wacker Innsbruck Starting XI

44 - W. Schober
7 - A. Hauser
14 - T. Bergmann
28 - S. Siller
3 - T. Abrahám
25 - T. Löffler
4 - M. Kofler
11 - M. Milosevic
24 - C. Wernitznig
20 - D. Jevtic
16 - L. Hinterseer

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