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Patson Daka and Enock Mwepu crowned Austrian Bundesliga Champions with Redbull Salzburg

Zambian duo of striker Patson Daka and midfielder Enock Mwepu have won their second title within four days after clinching the 2018/19 Austrian Bundesliga title with Redbull Salzburg.

Daka started the match partnering Smail Prevljak in attack while Enock Mwepu started from the bench as Marco Rose decided to start with Xaver Schlager, Dominik Szoboszlai and Antoine Bernede in midfield.

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Salzburg came into the match knowing a win would hand them the title and were in high spirits after they clinched the Austrian Cup on Wednesday thanks to a two nil win over Rapid Wien.

Brazilian defender Andre Ramalho captained the team for the first time this season as Germany Bundesliga bound Coach Marco Rose named a much changed side.

After a goalless first half the hosts, Austria Wien took the lead in the lead in the 71st after a volley from Dominik Prokop. Salzburg leveled matters ten minutes later after Xaver Schlager kept his cool to finish off from close range.

Hannes Wolf scored the winner five minutes later with a long range finish which was deflected to give Salzburg a 2-1 victory.

The win means Salzburg clinch the title for the sixth time in a row and the second time in a row for Patson Daka and Enock Mwepu.

Daka put in a decent 60 minute performance and came close to scoring while Enock Mwepu was an unused substitute.

 






3 Comments to Patson Daka and Enock Mwepu crowned Austrian Bundesliga Champions with Redbull Salzburg

  1. Frog says:

    Mwepu must look for a leeser team and he will find his feet to feature regularly.

    • Lukanga Kafusha Justice says:

      He should just improve and fight where he is. Lesser team😂 are we talking about a team in Kazakhstan or India? If he can’t manage where he is then it is better to head home to Zambia. Kalusha and Musonda managed to command first team places at 19 17 years of age for their respective clubs in Belgium. What is wrong with Mwepu and Patson? Let them think a out this seriously especially now that they will get a coach

      It is about hard work. No other way

  2. Lukanga Kafusha Justice says:

    New coach

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