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Joker Schreiner shoots Altach to a 2-1 home win against Ried

SV Ried is entering the decisive phase of staying in the Bundesliga with no sense of success, Altach, on the other hand, with a broad chest. The Vorarlbergers defeated Ried 2: 1 (0: 1) in the last game of the regular season on Sunday, which means that the Innviertler are still without a win after ten games under coach Miron Muslic. Vorarlberg’s match winner was Ried-Schreck Emanuel Schreiner.

The veteran was substituted on during the break and turned the game around with a double. First he scored the equalizer after a wonderful Subotic cross (58th), in stoppage time he used a penalty for a 2-1 winner (91st). Schreiner holds four goals this season, all scored against Ried. Julian Wießmeier (33.) had put the Innviertel in the lead.

The basement duel was the first game in front of spectators in the stadium. Due to the softened anti-corona measures in Vorarlberg, 100 guests saw how Altach dominated the game for the entire 90 minutes. Damir Canadi’s team was only really dangerous once in the first half when Manuel Thurnwald failed to goalkeeper Samuel Sahin-Radlinger (16.).

Then Ried also appeared in front of the opposing goal. Marco Grüll and Ante Bajic found three good shot opportunities between the 19th and 21st minute, but only Wießmeier ended the Ried goal doldrums after 389 minutes. After a long cross, the striker, who was new to the starting line-up, showed himself in cold blood.

During the break, Canadi reacted and brought in carpenter. A gold handle. The midfielder headed to the spot after a long cross from Neven Subotic. After that, Altach tried very hard and was still happy but deserved to win. After Luca Meisl had kept Johannes Tartarotti in the penalty area, Schreiner took the penalty and hit the inside pole. Marcel Canadi almost screwed up his father’s victory, but the Ried player slipped just past a cross in the 95th minute.

While the change of coach in Ried did not bring about success, Altach can look back on a great record since the Canadi commitment. After three wins in four games, Vorarlberg can go into the qualifying round that begins on Holy Saturday with confidence. Altach is only three points ahead of bottom Admira and two on Ried after sharing the points.

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