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Austria round-up: Wien build up head of steam

Published: Sunday 10 November 2002, 18.40CET
Runaway leaders FK Austria Wien overcame a deficit to secure their 13th win of the season.

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Published: Sunday 10 November 2002, 18.40CET

Austria round-up: Wien build up head of steam

Runaway leaders FK Austria Wien overcame a deficit to secure their 13th win of the season.

Runaway Austrian Bundesliga leaders FK Austria Wien overcame a first-half deficit to secure their 13th win of the season with a 2-1 defeat of VfB Admira Wacker Mödling.

Commanding lead
Sebastian Olszar gave the visitors a surprise 42nd-minute lead, but goals from Raymond Kvisvik and Vladimir Janocko turned the match on its head as Wien moved 15 points clear of second-placed SV Pasching.

Rapid thwarted
City rivals SK Rapid Wien, meanwhile, were dealt a 3-1 away defeat by SV Austria Salzburg. Macen Adamski's 48th-minute leveller had cancelled out the home team’s 15th-minute opener from Heiko Laessig - but goals from Claudio Hassler and Kai Schoppitsch gave the hosts all three points.

Fine strikes
FC Kärnten defeated struggling Schwarz-Weiss Bregenz 3-0 thanks to handsome strikes from Juan Carlos Zuleta, Marijo Maric and Stanko Bubalo, while Grazer AK beat SV Ried 2-0.

Glieder flies
In the day's other game, Eduard Glieder led SV Pasching to a 2-0 victory defeat of SK Sturm Graz, scoring once from a penalty and then from open play at the death.

Last updated: 10/11/02 19.03CET
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