Marcel Sabitzer led Austria’s victory with an ace-like performance.
Austria defeated Azerbaijan 4-1 in the first leg of Group F of the Euro 2024 qualifying round at the Raifeisen Arena in Linz, Austria on the 25th (Korean time).
It was a pleasant victory. By catching weak Azerbaijan without any change, he rose to the top of the group as of the first round. Belgium finished second after beating Sweden 3-0. There was a jinx that it was particularly sluggish in the A match home game played in Linz, but it was shaken off with a victory for the first time in 42 years.온라인바카라
The player who led the win was Xavicher with two goals and one assist. Xavicher scored the opening goal in the 27th minute with an assist from Christoph Baumgartner. In the 29th minute of the first half, Michael Gregorich’s goal widened the gap, and in the 5th minute of the second half, Sabitzer scored again to secure the victory early. In the 19th minute of the second half, Azerbaijan’s Emin Akhmudov made up for one goal, but 5 minutes later Baumgartner scored the key goal with Sabitzer’s assist.
It has been 11 years since an Austrian player recorded 3 attack points in one A match. Sabitzer proved again that he is the center of Austria, which is making a new round after failing to qualify for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. Austria appointed coach Ralf Rangnick early in April of last year and has been preparing for the post-World Cup.
Sabitzer’s performance is also good news for Manchester United manager Eric Tenhagh. Sabitzer, who was recruited from Bayern Munich through the transfer market in January, has been showing good adaptability right after joining. Manchester United’s midfield has been a bit shaky since Christian Eriksen’s injury, so Sabitzer could become a permanent partner for Casemiro if he improves his form.