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STFC: Swindon Town 3-2 Karlsruher SC

A brace from Charlie Austin and a single effort by David Prutton was enough to see off 2. Bundesliga side Karlsruher SC this evening in Town's second and final game on their Austrian trip.

Karlsruher took the lead through Nigerian teenager Macauley Chrisantus after 16 minutes but Town levelled through Charlie Austin four minutes later.

Swindon Town took the lead on 43 minutes through new signing David Prutton. However, KSC managed to equalise a minute later through French midfielder Gaetan Kerbs.

HALF-TIME: Swindon Town 2-2 Karlsruher SC

Town took the lead for the second time thanks to Charlie Austin who seems to be following on last seasons form after a close range effort.

FULL-TIME: Swindon Town 3-2 Karlsruher SC

STFC: David Lucas, Kevin Amankwaah, Sean Morrison, Lescinel Jean-Francois, Michael Rose (Kennedy 59'), Billy Bodin (McGovern 45'), Jonathan Douglas, David Prutton, Alan O'Brien, Vincent Pericard (Ball 59'), Charlie Austin.

Subs: Phil Smith, Michael Timlin, Will Evans, David Ball, Scott Cuthbert, Jon-Paul McGovern, Nathan Thompson.


KRFC: Kristian Nicht, Matthias Zimmermann, Stefan Müller, Christian Demitras, Alexander Iashvili, Andreas Schafer, Timo Staffeldt, Macauley Chrisantus, Gaetan Kerbs, Marco Engelhardt, Thomas Konrad.

Subs: Luis Robles, Godfried Aduobe, Stefan Rieß, Matthias Cuntz, Christopher Bieber, Patrick Dulleck.

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Date:Friday July 23 2010

Time: 7:10PM

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That looks like a good result to me as an outsider. Looks as though you intend to be up there again this season.
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