LASK then determined the game, but Admira kept appearing dangerously in front of Tobias Lawal’s goal. Instead of team goalkeeper Alexander Schlager, who suffers from adductor problems, the 20-year-old came to his second Bundesliga appearance and did well against Marcus Maier (16th) and especially Matthias Ostrzolek (32nd).
He was able to fix his own blackout just before the break (43rd): Lawal played the ball in front of Andrew Wooten, who was completely alone in the penalty area, but was able to parry the Admira striker’s shot.
LASK is becoming more and more dominant
After the change, a competitive game developed before the LASK became more and more dominant. While Admira didn’t really have a chance to equalize, Gernot Trauner headed first (67th) and Goiginger (71th) with the greatest opportunities for a preliminary decision.
In the end, it got turbulent again. Goiginger increased to 2-0, where he “exploited” his own template. Johannes Eggestein had sprinted to the ball from an offside position, but ultimately did not intervene.
The shortly before substitute Kronberger provided with his connection goal after Atanga cross for an exciting injury time. LASK survived this, and with its third win in a row, they consolidated third place in the table.
Tipico Bundesliga, 18th round
Admira – LASK 1: 2 (0: 1)
Maria Enzersdorf, BSFZ-Arena, SR Spurny
0:1 Gruber (9.)
0:2 Goiginger (86.)
1:2 Kronberger (90.)
Admire: Leitner – Datkovic, Aiwu (78./Kronberger), Bauer – Maier, Kerschbaum, Auer (88./Breunig), Ostrzolek – Atanga, Wooten, Starkl (59./Sax)
CALCULATION: Lawal – Wiesinger, Trauner, Andrade – Ranftl, Holland, Michorl (90./Grgic), Potzmann (61./Renner) – Gruber (14./Balic), Eggestein (90./Plojer), Goiginger
Yellow cards: Atanga, Leitner or Trauner, Wiesinger, Michorl, Andrade
The best: Ostrozolek, Datkovic or Trauner, Ranftl, Holland, Goiginger