Ghana international, Samuel Tetteh insists LASK Linz will keep fighting for the Austria Bundesliga league title despite the points gab between them and league leaders – Salzburg.
LASK currently occupy the 4th position with 22 points, 8 less than leaders Salzburg, who are on 30 points after 24 rounds of matches.
Linz were leading the table before the break due to the novel COVID-19 disease. But have been deducted 6 points for holding team training sessions in violation of pandemic restriction prior to the resumption of the league on June 2.
A few of the European countries and others have resumed football activities including the Austrian top-flight league and LASK Linz have secured a draw and one defeat.
“We are just taking every game step by step, game after game. Looking at our position on the league log now, we’re not favourites, but anything can happen in football so we just have to keep fighting,” Tetteh told Footydreamsgh.com.
The former WAFA forward was on the scoresheet over the weekend for Linz in a 3-3 stalemate against Wolfsberger AC.
Tetteh, who came off the bench to rescue a point for his side says he feels happy but would have been happier if his late goal had fetched Linz all three points.
“I feel happy, we could have won the game. I would have been happier if it was the match winner, but I would all the same happy to help the team snatch a point.”
The goal is Tetteh’s sixth goal of the season in 21 appearances.
They welcome Austria Wien in their next game.
Photo Credit via Samuel Tetteh twitter page