Ghana international Samuel Tetteh scored a last gasp goal for LASK Linz as they were held to a three all draw by Wolfsberger AC at the Lavanttal-Arena on Sunday afternoon.

Tetteh’s Linz shot into the lead through Dominik Frieser six minutes after the half hour mark, Traunat Gernot doubled the lead in the second half as Linz appeared to be strolling to victory.

However, Senegalese midfielder Dieng Chiekhou halved the deficit for the homesters before Liendl Michael notched the leveller with eighteen minutes left on the clock.

Tetteh was thrown into the thick of affairs after 61 minutes.

Defender Novak Michael gave Wolfsberger the lead for the first time in the game and looked like he had completed the comeback but the former WAFA prodigy climbed off the bench to pull parity in stoppage time.

Linz are seven points behind perennial winners Red Bull Salzburg and a point adrift their opponents today and could lose out on a place in Europe should their form fail to improve in the coming weeks. Credit: SportsCorna

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