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Austria round-up: Unbeaten Wien stay in charge

Published: Sunday 1 September 2002, 16.08CET
FK Austria Wien stayed top thanks to a 3-0 weekend defeat of WfB Admira Wacker Mödling.

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Published: Sunday 1 September 2002, 16.08CET

Austria round-up: Unbeaten Wien stay in charge

FK Austria Wien stayed top thanks to a 3-0 weekend defeat of WfB Admira Wacker Mödling.

League leaders FK Austria Wien remain unbeaten after eight games this season following a 3-0 weekend defeat of WfB Admira Wacker Mödling.

Wagner magic
Vladimir Janocko converted a penalty to open the scoring on 15 minutes after Thomas Zingler hauled down Radoslav Wagner. Raymond Kvisvik added the second shortly before the break and Michael Wagner capped a fine performance with an inch-perfect 76th-minute free-kick.

Pasching power on
Newly promoted SV Pasching eased to their sixth win in eight games to go second thanks to a 3-1 defeat of SK Sturm Graz. Goals from George Datoru, Dragan Sarac and Edi Glieder did the damage; Arnold Wetl scoring a consolation for the hosts.

Wallner double
SK Rapid Wien came from behind to draw 2-2 with SV Austria Salzburg. Ewald Brenner and Roland Kirchler put the visitors two goals to the good inside the first 23 minutes but Roman Wallner struck twice inside a minute late in the half; the first a crisp volley after Thomas Sobotzik's shot, the second from inside the box.

Bregenz break duck
Schwarz-Weiss Bregenz collected their first win of the season with a 2-1 defeat of FC Kärnten, Axel Lawaree scoring both goals. SV Ried, meanwhile, defeated Grazer AK 1-0.

Last updated: 01/09/02 20.52CET

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