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Sport Bundesliga Austria: Test match: Red Bull Salzburg goes against their own U19s 2: 6 under

18:00  15 august  2020
18:00  15 august  2020 Source:   spox.com

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In preparation for the new season, Austria's series champions Red Bull Salzburg tested against their own U19s, who will play next week against Olympique Lyon in the UEFA Youth League .

Salzburg-Trainer Jesse Marsch © Provided by SPOX Salzburg coach Jesse Marsch

And the offspring of Salzburg presented themselves in impressive form: The U19 cleaned the Austrian champions and Champions League participants 6-2. On the same day, Salzburg defeated Dynamo Budejovice 2-0 in a friendly.

It is not known which players played in the preparatory game between the youth and the professionals. Talents like Karim Adeyemi or Nicolas Seiwald are eligible and registered for both teams.

Stankovic, Kristensen, Ramalho, Wöber, Ulmer, Okafor, Mwepu, Junuzovic, Haas, Szoboszlai, Koita, Daka and Ibertsberger played against Budejovice. It is unlikely that these players would also appear in the club's internal duel.

Salzburg boss Marsch reveals why Liverpool keep signing their players .
Takumi Minamino became the latest man to leave the Austrian side for Anfield after completing a £7.5million move in January, joining fellow ex-Salzburg players Naby Keita and Sadio Mane. Keita first moved to RB Leipzig before signing for Liverpool while Mane's route to Merseyside included a two-year spell at Southampton.

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