NV Arena - St Polten 05/09/2014 - 20:30CET (20:30 local time)

Qualifying round - Group 4

Austria - Bosnia and Herzegovina
2-0
 

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Austria enhance play-off hopes against Bosnians

Published: Friday 5 September 2014, 23.07CET
Austria 2-0 Bosnia and Herzegovina
Kevin Stöger and Marco Djuricin scored in the first half to maintain Austria's hopes of being one of the best runners-up in qualifying.
by Ernst Schneider
from St Polten
Austria enhance play-off hopes against Bosnians
Austria head to group winners Spain for their final qualifier ©UEFA.com
 

Match statistics

Austria
Bosnia and Herzegovina

2

Goals scored

0

13

Total attempts

12

4

on target

5

9

off target

6

0

blocked

1

2

against woodwork

0

4

Corners

4

0

Offsides

0

2

Yellow cards

5

0

Red Cards

0

10

Fouls committed

23

22

Fouls suffered

10

Lineups

Austria

Austria

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Bosnia and Herzegovina

1Stankovic (GK)1Vasilj (GK)
3Schilling2Graovac
77
8Schöpf4Hajrović
51
9Djuricin
33
5Metalsi
10Žulj
89
6Zolotić
29
77
15Rath7Mešanović
85
17Farkas (C)9Maletić
46
18Spendlhofer
90+3
10Grahovac (C)
19Stöger
11
14Kožulj
40
46
20Schaub
81
21Letić
21Gartner
72
23Krunić

Substitutes

12Riegler (GK)12Pirić (GK)
2Mwene3Saničanin
5Janeczek11Govedarica
6Wydra
72
83
16Špikić
7Vastic17Duljević
46
13Onisiwo
81
19Gojak
77
22Ritzmaier
89
20Modić
46

Coaches

Werner Gregoritsch (AUT)
Vlado Jagodić (BIH)

Referee

Erik Lambrechts (BEL)

Standings

  
Published: Friday 5 September 2014, 23.07CET

Austria enhance play-off hopes against Bosnians

Austria 2-0 Bosnia and Herzegovina
Kevin Stöger and Marco Djuricin scored in the first half to maintain Austria's hopes of being one of the best runners-up in qualifying.

Austria underlined their position as runners-up in Group 4 as they overcame Bosnia and Herzegovina in St Polten.

Werner Gregoritsch's outfit were on their game from the off with Robert Žulj spurning a fine chance in the opening seconds, and they took the lead after 11 minutes when Kevin Stöger curled a sublime free-kick over the wall and into the corner of the net.

Number two arrived on 33 minutes when Marco Djuricin received the ball from Stöger in the Bosnian penalty area, turned nimbly and fired past Nikola Vasilj. The SK Sturm Graz striker nearly claimed a second goal after the break only to be denied by the upright while the visitors came close to pulling one back when Andrej Modić's free-kick was expertly saved by Cican Stankovic.

Austria head to Spain for their final match in the section with the result possibly pivotal to them earning one of the best runners-up places available in the play-offs.

Last updated: 06/09/14 0.11CET

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