For Red Bull Salzburg, the decisive Champions League game against Sevilla is all or nothing. The final day of the game could spark huge cheers for Mozart’s rise of the townspeople or even bring fourth place to work.
“The team’s performance was generally very good, we just couldn’t create clear scoring opportunities. We had a couple of chances to get into the box, but then we made the wrong decision.” , complained Maximilian Wöber of the 0-1 bankruptcy in Lille on Tuesday.
The center-back added to Sky: “We played well at the back, all four backs did a good job. In the first half we had a bit of a pasta goal which we may have to stop before. “Anyone can come last. This is exactly the scenario we didn’t want after the first three games. Unfortunately it’s an empty house against Sevilla at home, but I have a firm belief that we can do it. “
Freund: Salzburg have a “home final”
Sporting director Christoph Freund was also optimistic: “They said before the games it would be a very balanced squad. Now you have that in a table. We have a home final – it’s a shame we have to play without spectators. . We will do everything we can to get that point. We just lost two away games, but we still have everything in our hands. And that’s good. “
If Salzburg wins at home against Sevilla, promotion is set regardless of the side game between Wolfsburg and Lille and if the French lose points they may even be number one in the group. A draw against the Andalusians would also result in a promotion. If defeated, CL-Aus are sealed, but the Salzburg side could even slip to fourth place in a Wolfsburg win and remain without a Europa League participation.
The group G table before the last day
#VereinSpieleGUVTore +/- Pkt.1LOSC Lille52214: 3182RB Salzburg52127: 6173FC Seville51315: 4164VfL Wolfsburg51224: 7-35