Austria emerged triumphant in their UEFA Euro Qualifiers clash against Sweden, securing a commanding 2-0 win at the Ernst Happel Stadium. Right from the start, Austria showcased their dominance over Sweden, exhibiting exceptional offensive skills and surpassing their opponents in every aspect of the game.
Austria currently belongs to Group F, alongside Belgium, Sweden, Estonia, and Azerbaijan. With 10 points, they are in the top position in the group. Out of the four matches played so far, Austria has won three and drawn one. The initial half of the match against Sweden ended in a goalless draw as both teams struggled to find the back of the net.
The second half remained highly competitive, with the match seemingly heading for a draw. However, in the 81st minute, Austria’s Christoph Baumgartner broke the deadlock and gave his team a 1-0 lead.
In the 89th minute, Christoph Baumgartner struck again, securing Austria’s second goal and sealing the victory. His right-footed shot found the left corner of the net, leaving the goalkeeper helpless.
Austria unleashed an impressive total of 21 shots, with 13 of them on target. They maintained a solid 63% possession throughout the game and completed 425 passes.
Sweden, on the other hand, managed only four shots, with three of them on target. They held very low ball possession throughout the match and didn’t reallyappear threatening.