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The Austria storm hits St. Pölten with a tailwind «kleinezeitung.at

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They don’t want to hear it, they don’t speak it out themselves. But Austria is now the clear favorite for promotion to the Bundesliga and the momentum has drawn on their side. With a 4-0 win, you leave for St. Pölten on Saturday. And relegations are usually a matter for the first division team.

Of Philip Edlinger | 17.44, 27 May 2021

Big cheers but still full of focus © (c) APA / GERT EGGENBERGER (GERT EGGENBERGER)

If on the one hand everything suddenly comes together and on the other hand everything collapses at the same moment, then it has jumped over, the famous momentum, which is much quoted in sport. And Austria Klagenfurt has had that on their side since minute 39 of the relegation first leg against St. Pölten. Since the Bundesliga experienced scored Markus Pink already the trend-setting 2-0 against the first division club and by then at the latest it was clear to the eleven players on the pitch, the entire bench and above all the 3,000 fans: “There’s something going on today.” What really worked in the end was sensational. With the 4-0 first leg success, the Austrians suddenly slip into the role of favorites in the second leg, even if nobody wants to hear or even say it.

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