Test match in Turkey Altak also raises suspicions of possible betting mafia: Manipulation

After Rapid, SCR Altach also submitted a report to the “Play Fair Code” association over suspected match-fixing during a Test match in Turkey. Two of the goals from penalties came from strange results in two penalty areas, as Vorlberg announced after Hungarian club Nyregihasa's 1-1 draw against Spartacus FC on Monday.

Ousmane Diawara (69th) scored for Altach after an alleged foul on Felix Strauss, and the referee awarded a penalty again shortly after an aerial fight in the Altach penalty area. Altach's goalkeeper Tobias Schützenauer made a save, but the referee decided to replay the penalty. There was resistance from Altach and the Hungarians' second attempt failed (75').

As the Bundesliga club noted in the match report on its homepage, a suspension report has been submitted to the ÖFB, the Bundesliga and the Play Fair Code due to the referee's decisions. At the end of last week, Rapid had already complained about attempted match-fixing during the raid in Belek. In a 2-1 win over the Czech Republic's FC Slovakia, Vienna's goals came from penalties, and the Slovakian's third goal was missed in two attempts by former Austria striker Marko Kvasina. Both Rapid and Slovakian were suspected of betting on more than two goals.

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