Salzburg stages a famous comeback without the Computers help
In week of comebacks in Europe Redbull Salzburg became the latest team to do so after scoring four second half goals in 20 minutes to dump out Lazio from the Uefa Europa league.
Midfield sensation Enock Mwepu started the match on the bench and there was no need for his magic as he was an unused substitute but the Austrian out-fit managed to overturn a 4-2 first leg loss to progress to the semi-finals .
Lazio took the lead 10 minutes into the second half through Ciro Immobile who netted his 39th goal of the season. A minute later Israeli attacker Moanes Dabbur started the comeback with a deflected shot.
Malian midfielder Amadou Haidara put Salzburg in the lead with a strike from 30 yards out in the 72nd minute. Hwang Hee-Chan made it three one two minutes later to take Salzburg ahead on away goals rule. Right back Stefan Lainer completed the the comeback in the 76th minute at the full to capacity Redbull Arena.
The last three goals were scored in 247 seconds the fastest three goals in the history of the Uefa Europa league.
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