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LASK wants revenge and team victory against Sporting Lisbon: "One more bill" – Transgaming

by: Adam Smith

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LASK wants revenge and team victory against Sporting Lisbon: "One more bill"

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LASK wants to seize the opportunity for revenge after the already steady upswing and move in as a group first in the Europa League sixteenth final. To push the already qualified for knockout leaders Sporting from the top, Linzer on Thursday (18:55, live on DAZN) needs a win.

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The degree must also be a reward for LASK. "The guys are fiery and extremely focused," coach Valerien Ismael said before the group's top duel. "Would you have thought we could be at the end of this group first, but it's a good feeling. We've earned it through a month's performance, it's no coincidence."

Playmaker Peter Michorl previously told the Oberösterreichische Nachrichten that Sporting was "still an open bill". In Lisbon, LASK lost at the beginning of October as a clearly dominant team unhappy 1: 2. Ismael: "In my view, the first stage was the best match of the season we played, but the result was not correct, we will fix it tomorrow."

Sporting Lisbon against LASK compensation weakened

For the Portuguese Cup winner, this was the first spark of three more EL wins. The statistics can give Linzern but confidence: Although Sporting won all five home matches against Austrian teams. In four Austrian appearances, but only then a draw (0-0 in Rapid 2004/05).

In the Europa League, Sporting played the last three consecutive times to zero. But the 14,000 fans at Linz Stadium and those in front of the screens will see a changed defense: The 18-time national champion did not travel fully.

Ex-Barcelona defender Jeremy Mathieu, who usually heads the defense, remained at home, and also spearheaded Luciano Vietto. When Portugal's teammate Bruno Fernandes lacked the best yellow score, he was in the clear 4-0 home win over Eindhoven last still on all four goals (a total of eight of all eleven goals) involved as goal scorer or final preparer.

LASK's Valerien Ismael: "We don't care who plays"

"We don't care who plays," Ishmael said first. "Mother Theresa can come here, I'm not interested in it, we want to put our principles on the path as Europe got to know us." The respect for Portugal's Ligavierten (13 points behind local rivals Benfica), which is unpredictable thanks to system flexibility, is there. "It's going to be difficult for us, it's Sporting Lisbon, it doesn't matter that Bruno Fernandes doesn't play," James Holland said.

EUR 2.4 million has been awarded Austria's number two in the group prize game. A win against Sporting would be worth 1.07 million euros (570,000 bonus plus 500,000 bonus as pool first). On Monday, the sixteenth final will be drawn in Nyon. As team winners of LASK would be set, unknown as number two. In both cases, it is clear: the Upper Austrians will be outsiders in the round of the last 32 (February 20-27).

Europa League: Table in LASK group D

place

club

sp

S

U

N

porter

points

first

Sporting Lisbon

5

4

0

1

11: 4

12

Second

LASK

5

3

1

1

8: 4

10

third

PSV Eindhoven

5

2

1

2

8:11

7

fourth

Rosenborg Trondheim

5

0

0

5

2:10

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