Kittsee enjoyed a clear advantage most of the game, with their own goal rarely threatened. Only the fine work of lifetime Wallern defender Simon Steiner at the back kept the game close.
Great to see a cleanly played game with no attempt by either side to injure players on the other side. No yellow cards in the game sheet.
FC Andau are not particularly talented but willing to do anything to win, as the photos will show. Tripping, holding, body checking, etc.
Despite the loss it was a beautiful summer evening. There’s nothing nicer than sitting out with one’s neighbours enjoying some a beer or some spritzers on a cool summer evening.
Kittsee jumped out to an early lead which they maintained until 67 minutes. Kittsee fought hard for a go-ahead goal but Wallern held them off.
That’s the way to do it: start hard and never let your opponent catch his breath. The team effort made for a nice shutout for Manuel Schiszler.
When the game is 4:0 or 5:1 and there’s twenty minutes left, they can afford to relax. Trying to run out on 1:0 and 2:0 will end in grief for them.
With three or four injuries and two red carded regulars from the last match, SC Kittsee put in a valiant effort but couldn’t keep up.