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    Northern Ireland 0-1 Austria: Michael Gregoritsch header the difference as Ian Baraclough’s side fall short in coming home party in front of 600-strong crowd

    • Northern Ireland fell to a 1-0 defeat at the hands of Austria in the Nations League 
    • Michael Gregoritsch got the winner just before half time with a powerful header 
    • 600 supporters attended Windsor Park after 12,000 fans applied for tickets 

    Northern Ireland failed to provide the 600-strong crowd at Windsor Park anything to cheer about as the hosts were defeated 1-0 by Austria to remain at the foot of their UEFA Nations League group.

    The visitors were the more settled of the two sides in the opening half, but had failed to make their dominance count as the in-form Christoph Baumgartner saw two wonderful chances go begging. 

    Franco Foda’s side finally made the breakthrough just before half time as Michael Gregoritsch powered home a header after the visitors bamboozled Northern Ireland with a flowing attacking move. 

    More to follow. 

    Austria spoiled Northern Ireland’s coming home party with fans in attendance at Windsor Park

    Michael Gregoritsch opened the scoring before half time with a great header past McGovern

    Michael Gregoritsch opened the scoring before half time with a great header past McGovern

    The hosts were second best for the most part as they remained rooted at the foot of the group

    The hosts were second best for the most part as they remained rooted at the foot of the group

    MATCH FACTS 

    Northern Ireland (4-2-3-1): McGovern; Dallas (Thompson 73), Cathcart, Evans, Lewis; McLaughlin (Boyce 84), Davis (Evans 73); Whyte, McNair (Magennis 83), Jones; Lafferty (Washington 61)

    Subs not used: Ballard, Carson, Ferguson, Flanagan, McGinn, Peacock-Farrell, Smith

    Booked: McLaughlin, Thompson

    Goals: None

    Manager: Ian Baraclough 

    Austria (4-4-2): Pervan; Alaba, Hinteregger, Dragovic, Lainer; Baumgartner, Baumgartlinger, Ilsanker, Ranftl (Trimmel 74); Schlager, Gregoritsch (Grbic 80)

    Subs not used: Grillitsch, Holzhauser, Kalajdzic, Lindner, Onisiwo, Posch, Schaub, Schopf, Siebenhandl, Ulmann

    Booked: Grbic

    Goals: Gregorisch (42)

    Manager: Franco Foda

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    Austria should have been in front before with Christoph Baumgartner wasting two big chances

    Austria should have been in front before with Christoph Baumgartner wasting two big chances

    Newcastle full back led a second-half rally but the hosts were unable to find the breakthrough

    Newcastle full back led a second-half rally but the hosts were unable to find the breakthrough

    Julian Baumgartlinger brings the ball under his spell as Paddy McNair applies the pressure

    Julian Baumgartlinger brings the ball under his spell as Paddy McNair applies the pressure

    Gavin Whyte looks to evade Austria star David Alaba in a one-sided opening half in Belfast

    Gavin Whyte looks to evade Austria star David Alaba in a one-sided opening half in Belfast

    Northern Ireland captain Steven Davis battles for possession with Austria's Xaver Schlager

    Northern Ireland captain Steven Davis battles for possession with Austria’s Xaver Schlager

    Jordan Jones looks to evade Austria defenders Stefan Lainer and Reinhold Ranftl on Sunday

    Jordan Jones looks to evade Austria defenders Stefan Lainer and Reinhold Ranftl on Sunday

    A number of fans were in attendance as a lucky 600 got tickets out of 12,000 applicants

    A number of fans were in attendance as a lucky 600 got tickets out of 12,000 applicants

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