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Parma take the reins

Published: Thursday 6 November 2003, 21.26CET
SV Austria Salzburg 0-4 Parma AC Italian side break Salzburg's resistance to assume control.

Match statistics

SalzburgParma

Goals scored0
4
Attempts on target0
4
Attempts off target0
 
0
Corners0
 
0
Offsides0
 
0
Fouls committed0
 
0
Yellow cards1
 
2
Red cards0
 
0

Standings

 
Published: Thursday 6 November 2003, 21.26CET

Parma take the reins

SV Austria Salzburg 0-4 Parma AC Italian side break Salzburg's resistance to assume control.

Austrian involvement in this season's UEFA club competitions is under threat after SV Austria Salzburg's 4-0 home defeat at the hands of Parma AC in the UEFA Cup second round first leg in Linz.

Comprehensive win
Four goals in the last 30 minutes of the match provided the Italian side with the comprehensive victory that their play deserved. Salzburg threatened only briefly in the opening period when Parma goalkeeper Sébastien Frey was required to turn the ball around the post, first from Alexander Schriebl's shot and then from Thomas Hässler's free-kick.

Parma penalty joy
Cesare Prandelli's side opened the scoring on the hour mark from the penalty spot through Emanuelle Filippini, after Heiko Laessig was adjudged to have handled the ball. Salzburg attempted to muster a response, but Parma simply exploited the spaces left in the home side's defence and a counterattack in the 64th minute provided the second goal through Alberto Gilardino.

Finishing flourish
Hidetoshi Nakata added Parma's third in the 83rd minute when he was quickest to reach the ball after Salzburg goalkeeper Heinz Arzberger parried the initial shot and three minutes later Parma added a fourth when Alessandro Rosina beat Arzberger hen he failed to clear the danger.

Last updated: 09/11/03 19.53CET

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Lineups

salzburg

Salzburg

parma

Parma

22
ArzbergerHeinz Arzberger (GK)
1
FreySébastien Frey (GK)
Substitution46
2
JankChristoph Jank
4
ŠerićAnthony Šerić
9
SchrieblAlexander Schriebl
Substitution70
5
BoneraDaniele Bonera
13
HässlerThomas Hässler
7
NakataHidetoshi Nakata
Goal84
17
AntunesManor Antunes
11
GilardinoAlberto Gilardino
Yellow Card8
Goal65
18
BrennerEwald Brenner
15
DonadelMarco Donadel
20
LaessigHeiko Laessig (C)
Yellow Card59
17
FilippiniEmanuele Filippini
Goal60
26
IbertsbergerAndreas Ibertsberger
18
CarboneBenito Carbone
Substitution80
28
EderThomas Eder
Substitution55
21
FerrariMatteo Ferrari (C)
Yellow Card63
30
ScharrerMarkus Scharrer
Substitution55
28
CannavaroPaolo Cannavaro
33
WinklhoferThomas Winklhofer
29
BolanoJorge Bolano
Substitution74

Substitutes

21
P. GrünwaldPascal Grünwald (GK)
24
SicignanoVincenzo Sicignano (GK)
Substitution46
4
SzewczykRoman Szewczyk
8
BaroneSimone Barone
7
PfeifenbergerHeimo Pfeifenberger
Substitution70
13
OyolaGabriel Oyola
8
TomićGoran Tomić
Substitution55
20
RosinaAlessandro Rosina
Substitution80
Goal87
19
PichornerJürgen Pichorner
Substitution55
23
BrescianoMark Bresciano
23
RajicMihael Rajic
25
GibbsAlex Gibbs
29
TeberSelim Teber
26
CamaraIbrahima Camara
Substitution74

Coach

Lars Sondergaard (DEN) Cesare Prandelli (ITA)

Referee

Eduardo Iturralde González (ESP)

Assistant referees

Rafael Guerrero Alonso (ESP), Clemente Ayete Plou (ESP)

Fourth official

Vicente Lizondo Cortes (ESP)

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