Rapid Wien were incredible when they managed to top the Austrian Bundesliga table after they managed to win 4-1 against SK Sturm Graz in latest home fixture.
Rapid Wien were incredible when they managed to win their latest home fixture against SK Sturm Graz with a high 4-1 score.
Rapid Wien managed to win the match after they scored two incredible first half goals and two incredible second half goals as they only managed to concede once in the match.
After the win Sturm Graz managed to top the Austrian Bundesliga table as they sit in first with 27 points as they are only two points clear in top with RB Salzburg in second in 25 points as to date.
Rapid Wien managed to score the opening goal of the match in the early 7th minute when E. Kara scored his side in the lead as Wien lead 1-0.
SK Sturm Graz managed to equalise just 24 minutes later when J. Jantscher scored in the 31st minute to level the score in 1-1.
Rapid Wien managed to get back in the lead just before half time when T. Shick scored in the 45th minute of the match as Wien lead 2-1 at the half time break.
The second half of the match were even more rewarding for Rapid Wien as they managed to score two more goals in the 50th minute as Knasmullner scored and in the 88th minute when Y. Demir scored.
Rapid Wien managed to win the match 4-1 against SK Sturm Graz as they top the Austrian Bundesliga with a perfect two points lead in top.
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