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Horn – Young Violet – jumped to seventh place

Horn – Young Violet – jumped to seventh place

Century – Little Violet 4:2. Fourth win of the season for Horner’s Ladies – in a 4-2 win over Young Violets, the lead was almost doubled – from six to ten. What’s more: with this win, Horner’s women not only maintained their place outside the relegation zone, but also improved to seventh place.

“No one can expect that anymore,” coach Manfred Steidl said with a laugh. And also because the omens before the match were not good again. Midfielder Maria Wimmer tore her medial cruciate ligament in training and will be out for the rest of the season. Like Laura Case, Lena Fornkranz was absent due to illness, and Natasha Neumayer was also unable to play.

Vienna dominated the game in the first half, but Horn scored. A quick counter-attack from Horn, the goalkeeper blocked the ball right at Victoria Bettendorfer’s feet and she raced in to make it 1-0.

“The Young Violets combined well, but we held up well and were dangerous on the counter-attack,” Steidl said, summarizing the first section. In the second half, the characteristics of the game did not change much, except that Horn continued to score. A direct shot into the corner by Nadine Fabsic made it 2-0. “That was the first time I thought it could work with one point,” Steidel said. After a corner kick, Vienna went close again – Horn called for a foul on goalkeeper Jasmine Zutter to no avail. After the visitors’ next chance, the Horn team responded perfectly again, with Lisa Rammell making it 3-1. It was also Rammell who made it 4-1 in stoppage time before the Vienna side could even make up the cosmetic score.

The Horners enter the winter break with a sense of accomplishment. Steidl hopes the team will get to work there. “We need three or four new players to have more width, otherwise we will waste young talent who are not physically ready yet.”


SV Horn – Young Violets Austria Vienna Women 4:2 (1:0).

Target sequence: 1:0 (23) Bettendorfer, 2:0 (54) Fabsic, 2:1 (73) Fellner, 3:1 (83) Rammell, 4:1 (90+2) Rammell, 4:2 (90+4) . ) Oysters.

Century SV: Zutter. Alberti, Fabsic, Hebenstreit, Platz, Hermanke (Grafinger 70th), Bettendorfer, Gratz, Rammel, Papadopoulou, Trautenberger (Berger 70th).

Young Violet Austria Vienna Women: Neidhart. Vlajčić, Skubic, Pebelkaj (Prokopkova 62), Steiner (Havel 69), Transekova (Ratay 88), Avlenzer, Fellner, Schäfer (Ostrer 62), Buric, Janisch (Klug 88).

83 spectators, referee: Tomas Prochatska.