Synonyms for hinteregger or Related words with hinteregger

keglevits              heraf              wernitznig              hansruedi              gerhards              lainer              schobesberger              schwegler              hristic              hinterseer              sabitzer              martschinko              musiol              krankl              kienast              willfurth              prosenik              ivanschitz              hradil              marasek              lichtsteiner              ilsanker              pfeifenberger              rotpuller              zingerle              thilo              konietzka              lustenberger              ascherl              harnik              maik              smistik              hallmann              hanspeter              rodax              obritzhauser              wendelauritz              thomalla              brauneder              ofner              seitl              gerold              grubermario              sliwowski              jancker              pregesbauer              patocka              stojaspal              aurednik              baumjohann             

Examples of "hinteregger"
Martin Hinteregger (born 7 September 1992) is an Austrian professional footballer who plays for FC Augsburg as a defender.
At Red Bull Salzburg, Kronshorst trained Hinteregger (Borussia Mönchengladbach), Stefan Ilsanker (Red Bull Leipzig), Alexander Zickler (Bayern Munich), Marc Janko (Porto, FC Basel), Johan Vonlanten (PSV Eindhoven), Leonardo (Ajax, Feyenoord), and André Ramalho Silva (Bayer Leverkusen).
After being capped at various youth levels for Austria, Hinteregger made his debut for the Austria senior team in a 1–0 friendly win over USA on 19 November 2013.
Red Bull enterted the competition in the third qualifying round. They were drawn against the winner of the fixture between Malmö and Žalgiris. Malmö advanced to face Red Bull. The first leg took place on 29 July. Red Bull won 2–0 with goals from Andreas Ulmer and Martin Hinteregger. Hinteregger scored from the penalty spot. The second leg was played on 5 August. Red Bull lost 3–0 to get knocked out 3–2 on aggregate. Nikola Đurđić, Markus Rosenberg, and Vladimir Rodić scored for Malmö.
AEROS satellites were to study the aeronomy i. e. the science of the upper atmosphere and ionosphere, in particular the F region under the strong influence of solar extreme ultraviolet radiation. To this end the spectrum of this radiation was recorded aboard by one instrument (of type Hinteregger) on the one hand and a set of 4 other instruments measuring the most important neutral uand iononized parameters at the satellite's position on the other.
Stevens was replaced by Dutchman Ricardo Moniz at the end of the 2010–11 season, in which Red Bull were denied a third consecutive title by Sturm Graz, who won the league by a three-point margin. Red Bull finished second in the league, and qualified for the following season's UEFA Europa League. Moniz was ordered to integrate young players from the Junior squad: at the beginning of the 2011–12 season Daniel Offenbacher, Martin Hinteregger, Georg Teigl and Marco Meilinger were promoted to the first team. In the 2011–12 season Red Bull won the Austrian Bundesliga league title and Cup double.
on 19 July, in the opening match of the league season, Red Bull Salzburg defeated Rapid Wien 6–1 with two goals from Jonathan Soriano and a goal each from Andreas Ulmer, Alan, Sadio Mané, and Kevin Kampl. Steffen Hofmann scored for Rapid Wien. Red Bull took a 2–0 first–half lead with a 30th-minute goal from Andreas Ulmer and a 40th-minute goal from Alan. Red Bull scored four more goals in the second–half with a 69th-minute goal from Sadio Mané, a 77th minute and 79th-minute goals from Jonathan Soriano, and an 85th-minute goal from Kevin Kampl. Steffen Hofmann scored for Rapid Wien from the penalty spot in stoppage time. Red Bull finished the opening round in first place. On 26 July, on matchday two, Red Bull defeated Wiener Neustadt 5–0 with two goals from Jonathan Soriano and a goal each from Marcel Sabitzer, Christian Schwegler, Kevin Kampl, and André Ramalho Silva. Marcel Sabitzer opened the scored in the 15th minute which gave Red Bull a 1–0 half–time lead. Then in the 47th minute, Jonathan Soriano scored his first goal of the match. Christian Schwegler and Kevin Kampl added to the lead in the 53rd and 55th minutes. Jonathan Soriano finished the scoring with a goal from the penalty spot in the 75th minute. Red Bull's Sadio Mané and Wiener Neustadt's Remo Mally were sent–off during the match. Red Bull finished the matchday in first place. Then on 2 August, on matchday three, Red Bull defeated Ried 2–0 with goals from Franz Schiemer and Massimo Bruno. Franz Schiemer opened the scoring in the 50th minute and Massimo Bruno added the other goal in stoppage time in the second–half. Franz Schiemer was also sent–off for a second yellow card. Red Bull finished the matchday in first place. On 10 August, on matchday four, Red Bull defeated Grödig 8–0 with five goals from Jonathan Soriano and a goal each from Sadio Mané, Marcel Sabitzer, and Valentino Lazaro. Jonathan Soriano's opened the scoring with his first goal in the 13th minute. Then Sadio Mané and Marcel Sabitzer scored two minutes apart in the 20th and 22nd minutes. Jonathan Soriano scored the next four goals in the 39th, 44th, 54th and 65th minutes. Valentino Lazaro finished the scoring in the 74th minute. Red Bull finished the matchday in first place. On 16 August, on matchday five, Red Bull defeated Admira Wacker 3–0 with goals from Massimo Bruno, Christian Schwegler, and Marcel Sabitzer. Massimo Bruno opened the scoring with a volley in the 24th minute. Christian Schwegler increased the lead to 2–0 in the 50th minute. Marcel Sabitzer completed the scoreline with a goal in the 74th minute. Red Bull finishedthe matchday in first place. On 23 August, on matchday six, Red Bull defeated Rheindorf Altach 5–0 with two goals from Alan and a goal each from Jonathan Soriano, Massimo Bruno, and Valentino Lazaro. The first goal of the match came when Jonathan Soriano scored from the penalty spot in the 12th minute. Massimo Bruno scored in the 16th minute and Alan scored in the 38th minute to give Red Bull a 3–0 first–half lead. Alan got his second goal of the match in the 77th minute and Valentino Lazaro scored in stoppage time to complete the 5–0 scoreline. Felix Roth was sent–off for Rheindorf Altach. Red Bull finished the matchday in first place. Red Bull suffered their first defeat of the season on matchday seven, on 30 August, with a 3–2 loss to Sturm Graz. Kevin Kampl and Jonathan Soriano scored for Red Bull. Sturm Graz got two goals from Marko Stanković and a goal from Marco Djuricin. Marko Stanković gave Sturm Graz a 2–0 lead with goals in the fourth and 14th minutes. Red Bull then equalized with a 35th-minute goal from Kevin Kampl and a 55th-minute goal from Jonathan Soriano. Then Marco Djuricin gave Sturm Graz a 3–2 lead in the 90th minute. Red Bull finished the matchday in first place. Then Red Bull lost to Wolfsberg 1–0 on matchday eight, on 14 September. Tadej Trdina scored in the 26th minute and Christopher Wernitznig was sent–off in the 44th minute for Wolfsberg. Red Bull finished the matchday in second place. Red Bull lost their third straight match when they lost to Austria Wien 3–2 on matchday nine, on 21 September. Alan gave Red Bull a 1–0 lead in the 31st minute. Marco Meilinger equalized in the 34th minute and David de Paula gave Austria the lead in the 38 minute. Alan equalized in the 68th minute with his second goal of the match. Omer Damari won the match for Austria in the 86th minute. Martin Hinteregger was sent–off. Red Bull finished the matchday in second place.