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Salzburg set sights on Valencia

Published: Wednesday 2 August 2006, 23.00CET
FC Salzburg 2-0 FC Zürich (agg: 3-2)
Two German scorers set the Austrian side up for a tie against 2000 and 2001 runners-up Valencia CF.

Match statistics

SalzburgZürich

Goals scored2
 
0
Attempts on target2
 
0
Attempts off target0
 
0
Corners0
 
0
Offsides0
 
0
Fouls committed0
 
0
Yellow cards4
 
3
Red cards0
 
0

Standings

 
Published: Wednesday 2 August 2006, 23.00CET

Salzburg set sights on Valencia

FC Salzburg 2-0 FC Zürich (agg: 3-2)
Two German scorers set the Austrian side up for a tie against 2000 and 2001 runners-up Valencia CF.

FC Salzburg have set up a glamour UEFA Champions League third qualifying round tie with Valencia CF after wiping out their first-leg deficit in fine style against FC Zürich.

Tiffert opener
Giovanni Trapattoni's men had lost the first leg 2-1 in Switzerland but held their nerve to turn things around. The Italian coach replaced René Aufhauser and Johan Vonlanthen with Ezequiel Carboni and Vladimír Janočko, while his opposite number Lucien Favre kept faith with the eleven that started a week ago. Zürich started brightly but were always in trouble once Christian Tiffert had pounced on Patrik Jezek's cross before the interval.

Zickler decider
With the tie level, the momentum swung firmly in Salzburg's favour. It was no surprise, therefore, when striker Alexander Zickler converted with a penalty just before the hour mark, becoming the second German goalscorer on the night and putting the Austrian hosts in front. Thereafter they never looked back as the Swiss side failed to respond to the setback. Zürich have thus seen their European hopes dashed, while Salzburg can dream of that meeting with the 2000 and 2001 finalists Valencia, for the right to enter the lucrative group stage.

Last updated: 03/08/06 13.27CET

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Lineups

salzburg

Salzburg

zürich

Zürich

1
OchsTimo Ochs (GK)
1
LeoniJohnny Leoni (GK)
2
BodnárLászló Bodnár
4
Von BergenSteve von Bergen
3
DudićMilan Dudić
5
MargairazXavier Margairaz
Substitution76
4
LinkeThomas Linke (C)
7
DzemailiBlerim Dzemaili
Yellow Card55
Substitution72
5
CarboniEzequiel Carboni
Yellow Card74
8
InlerGökhan Inler
6
N.KovačNiko Kovač
Yellow Card85
10
KeitaAlhassane Keita
Substitution83
7
ZicklerAlexander Zickler
Goal56
13
StahelFlorian Stahel
11
JežekPatrik Ježek
Substitution72
14
RaffaelRaffael
Yellow Card62
13
TiffertChristian Tiffert
Goal39
Yellow Card54
20
CésarCésar
27
JanočkoVladimír Janočko
Yellow Card78
Substitution86
24
SchneiderMarc Schneider (C)
31
VargasJorge Vargas
30
TihinenHannu Tihinen

Substitutes

30
ÖzcanRamazan Özcan (GK)
22
LeiteRomeu Leite (GK)
16
PitákKarel Piták
Substitution72
9
PougaChristian Pouga
Substitution83
18
MeyerRemo Meyer
Substitution86
11
StanicKresimir Stanic
Substitution76
10
IvanschitzAndreas Ivanschitz
12
AlphonseAlexandre Alphonse
Substitution72
Yellow Card83
17
PichornerJürgen Pichorner
6
KollarSebastian Kollar
19
VonlanthenJohan Vonlanthen
15
StuckiDaniel Stucki
33
WinklhoferThomas Winklhofer
19
AbdiAlmen Abdi

Coach

Giovanni Trapattoni (ITA) Lucien Favre (SUI)

Referee

Pieter Vink (NED)

Assistant referees

Jantinus Meints (NED), Berry Simons (NED)

Fourth official

Reinold Wiedemeijer (NED)

Legend:

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  • Own goalOwn goal
  • PenaltiesPenalties
  • Missed PenaltiesMissed Penalties
  • reds_cardRed Cards
  • yellow_cardsYellow cards
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  • SubstitutionSubstitution
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