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Zürich let Salzburg off the hook

Published: Wednesday 26 July 2006, 23.00CET
FC Zürich 2–1 FC Salzburg Despite their win, Zürich missed an opportunity to take a commanding lead against ten-man Salzburg.

Match statistics

ZürichSalzburg

Goals scored2
 
1
Attempts on target2
 
1
Attempts off target0
 
0
Corners0
 
0
Offsides0
 
0
Fouls committed0
 
0
Yellow cards1
 
5
Red cards0
1

Standings

 
Published: Wednesday 26 July 2006, 23.00CET

Zürich let Salzburg off the hook

FC Zürich 2–1 FC Salzburg Despite their win, Zürich missed an opportunity to take a commanding lead against ten-man Salzburg.

Despite winning this UEFA Champions League second qualifying round first leg with goals from Alhassane Keita and Clederson Cesar, FC Zürich will come away slightly disappointed after letting ten-man FC Salzburg back into the tie through Johan Vonlanthen’s away goal.

Early strike
Salzburg's managerial team of Giovanni Trapattoni and Lothar Matthäus got off to the worst possible start when Keita struck within two minutes - the Guinean striker capitalising on some uncertain defending to drill the ball in from inside the box. Zürich continued to dominate inside a raucous Hardturm stadium and it was no surprise when Cesar doubled the lead on 20 minutes.

Aufhauser dismissal
However, Salzburg were allowed back into the tie when Vonlanthen – playing as a visitor in his home country – pounced two minutes after the half-hour. Any hope of a revival was snuffed out eight minutes before half-time when René Aufhauser's second yellow card saw the Austrian side reduced to ten men. Zürich subsequently attacked in numbers but could not increase their advantage, with Timo Ochs producing a fine save to deny Cesar a second goal on 51 minutes.

Last updated: 26/07/06 23.15CET

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Lineups

zürich

Zürich

salzburg

Salzburg

1
LeoniJohnny Leoni (GK)
1
OchsTimo Ochs (GK)
4
Von BergenSteve von Bergen
2
BodnárLászló Bodnár
5
MargairazXavier Margairaz
Substitution75
3
DudićMilan Dudić
Yellow Card51
7
DzemailiBlerim Dzemaili
4
LinkeThomas Linke (C)
8
InlerGökhan Inler
6
N.KovačNiko Kovač
10
KeitaAlhassane Keita
Goal2
Yellow Card45+2
Substitution83
11
JežekPatrik Ježek
Substitution84
13
StahelFlorian Stahel
13
TiffertChristian Tiffert
Yellow Card73
14
RaffaelRaffael
19
VonlanthenJohan Vonlanthen
Yellow Card8
Goal32
Substitution40
20
CésarCésar
Goal20
Substitution86
21
JankoMarc Janko
Substitution46
24
SchneiderMarc Schneider (C)
28
AufhauserRené Aufhauser
Red/Yellow Card36
30
TihinenHannu Tihinen
31
VargasJorge Vargas

Substitutes

22
LeiteRomeu Leite (GK)
30
ÖzcanRamazan Özcan (GK)
11
StanicKresimir Stanic
Substitution83
5
CarboniEzequiel Carboni
Substitution40
12
AlphonseAlexandre Alphonse
Substitution75
7
ZicklerAlexander Zickler
Substitution46
Yellow Card68
23
AbdiAlmen Abdi
Substitution86
16
PitákKarel Piták
Substitution84
6
KollarSebastian Kollar
8
KirchlerRoland Kirchler
15
StuckiDaniel Stucki
18
MeyerRemo Meyer
21
BarmettlerHeinz Barmettler
33
WinklhoferThomas Winklhofer

Coach

Lucien Favre (SUI) Giovanni Trapattoni (ITA)

Referee

Alan Kelly (IRL)

Assistant referees

Edward Foley (IRL), Marc Douglas (IRL)

Fourth official

Paul Tuite (IRL)

Legend:

  • GoalsGoals
  • Own goalOwn goal
  • PenaltiesPenalties
  • Missed PenaltiesMissed Penalties
  • reds_cardRed Cards
  • yellow_cardsYellow cards
  • yellow_red_cardsYellow/red card
  • SubstitutionSubstitution
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