Captain Marko Arnautovic scored as Austria secured a 1-0 victory against Northern Ireland in their UEFA Nations League match in Vienna. Also Read - Man United vs West Ham: Scott McTominay Scores as Red Devils Enter FA Cup Quarter-Finals
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Northern Ireland prop up the group, having failed to win either of their games so far.
The visitors were limited to opportunities from set pieces and throw-ins, although they should have scored when captain Steven Davies was clean through, but he failed to capitalize on Sebastian Prodl’s mistake.