Lucerne saves a point against YB after being 2-0 down . GC beats FCSG while Sion wins 2-1 late at Lausanne.
Who has to go to the barrage in the Super League?
There is no decision on the penultimate day of the Super League.
It takes exactly 2 minutes and 14 seconds for YB to take the lead at FC Luzern .
After a misjudgment, Kanga runs freely towards the FCL goal.
Alone in front of Marius Müller, the YB attacker gives the Lucerne goalkeeper no chance to defend himself.
FCL catches up again
And less than four minutes later it’s 2-0.
Garcia gets through on the left, but Müller parries his shot.
The rebound lands on Fernandes, whose deflected shot tumbles into the net via the FCL keeper.
But Lucerne struck back in a timely manner: Dräger played a nice combination into Dejan Sorgic’s run.
He is completely free in front of the Bern goal and scores the 1:2 goal from a short distance.
However: The VAR leaves a handball unpunished beforehand.
After the change of sides, the Bernese start better.
But Lucerne is catching up and is increasingly having good chances.
The goal was deserved after 69 minutes – Filip Ugrinic hammered the ball into the YB case after a rebound.
Both sides then have a chance of scoring the winning goal, but he doesn’t want to fall.
This leaves everything open on the barrage issue.
Before the last matchday, Lucerne is three points behind GC and Sion in the unloved ninth place.
Everything is still open in the Super League
In Zurich GC meets a radically rebuilt FC St.Gallen .
Coach Peter Zeidler changes the Espen starting eleven to ten positions compared to the cup final bankruptcy.
Only Jordi Quintilla is in the starting line-up, as in the 1: 4 in Bern.
Zurich got off to a better start – with a curious opening goal.
After a free kick, Zigi lets the ball drip with his chest. Loosli is there and scores to make it 1-0. Shortly before the break, Giotto Morandi even made it 2-0 after a counterattack.
After the change of sides, FCSG scored a goal: Moreira collided with Von Moos, Quintilla safely converted the penalty kick to 1:2.
Momoh then increases to 3:1 before Duah makes it 3:2 shortly before the end.
In the Romand derby of the Super League, Sion can celebrate late: Anto Grgic scores a penalty to lead 1-0, but a Fickentscher own goal equalizes.
In added time, Grgic scored the 2-1 winner again with a penalty.