"Was a step in the right direction"

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            FK Austria Wien picks up after a eventful game with a 2: 2 a point at TSV Hartberg. However, no one can really look forward to the miserable point win against the alleged underdog, although Christian Ilzer was in a good mood after the game.
            
            With just five points from five games, the Ilzer squad is far behind expectations, in the current Bundesliga season only managed a victory. Nevertheless, Ilzer was not dissatisfied with Sky Sport Austria: "The game against Hartberg was a clear performance improvement today." Until the exclusion of new acquisition Erik Palmer-Brown in minute 77, Austria thought on the road to victory, was 2-1 in the lead. According to Ilzer, the red card was the sticking point: "After the exclusion, we can thank Ivan Lucic, who has captured the point for us." Christian Ilzer annoyed about a disallowed goalIn fact, the Austria goalie showed some fine saves. However, the violets did not really fuel their confidence for next weekend's derby, though Ilzer commented, "It was a step in the right direction, we need to build on that, I've seen a lot of positives." Sauer was the coach of the violets only that Alexander Grünwald's alleged goal to 3: 1 was denied: "For me, that was a very clear goal." Referee Muckenhammer decided previously offside Christoph Monschein, the Hartberg keeper Rene Swete obscured the view, but did not actively go to the ball. But for the violets it makes no difference, they occupy after only five matchdays only table rank seven.

Bundesliga, Matchday: BegegnungenDateHeimGastTime / Ergebnis24.08.2019SK RapidLASK1: 224.08.2019WACAltach5: 224.08.2019MattersburgSKN St. Pölten0: 125.08.2019SalzburgAdmira5: 025.08.2019HartbergAustria2: 225.08.2019SturmWSG2: 0
            
            
          

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