The FCK got a point in the prestige dererby against Waldhof to ninth. Magdeburg and Viktoria Berlin were the winners in the duels of the top 4. The majority of the Munich Lions came to only one draw on Sunday, and there was also a draw in Braunschweig. On Monday, Türkgücü and Duisburg dueled, the Munich team had the better end for themselves.
Cheers from the leader of the table: 1. FC Magdeburg is higher up.
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After two defeats, Türkgücü wanted Munich on Monday Score again at the end of the 8th matchday against Duisburg. The game took place over long stretches at eye level, in the second round the MSV even looked more dangerous. But just ten minutes before the end, the Munich team was given a successful attack, which Vrenezi completed to 1-0 (81st) – the final score.
Without coach Michael Köllner – Günter Brandl represented the head coach on the Saale – had to be in Munich in 1860 Sunday compete in hall. Meanwhile, after the opening goal by new signing Löhmannsröben (13th), HFC lost its striker Boyd with the red card (handball on the goal line, 29th). Mölders forgave the following penalty against Müller. In the majority, sixty came after the break only to equalize with Wein’s long-range shot (65th).
3rd league table
In the second game on Sunday, all four goals fell after the break – the second division relegated Eintracht Braunschweig and VfL Osnabrück separated 2-2. After falling behind by Klaas (60th), BTSV turned the tables with Multhaup (67th) and Lauberbach (73rd), before Heider forced the point for Osnabrück with his fifth goal of the season (82nd). Both clubs will thus remain in the field of pursuers.
Twice red, but one counter: FCK defies Waldhof
As expected it was heated on Saturday on the Betzenberg, the emotions even boiled over at the 0-0 between FCK and Waldhof. “It will be important that we finish the game with eleven,” Mannheim’s coach Patrick Glöckner had declared in advance, at least in Kaiserslautern this plan failed in the first 45 minutes: Red against Redondo and Senger. But even with two more men, Waldhof Lautern could not crack. Although the FCK missed the three-point that was so important in the table cellar, the 0-0 was celebrated like a victory in the end.
Magdeburg remains at the top – Viktoria does not give up
1. FC Magdeburg has underpinned its lead in the standings with a 2-0 win over pursuers Borussia Dortmund II. BVB was lucky after just two minutes that Papadopoulos barely prevented an own goal, but after the break, FCM hit the road to victory with a double strike. Schuler’s fifth goal and Atik’s dream hit paved the way.
In the second top game, second in the table, FC Viktoria Berlin, went off the pitch as a 3-1 winner against Vierte SV Wehen Wiesbaden. The SVWW fell behind early in both rounds and lacked coolness in front of goal, especially in the first 45 minutes. Benyamina put the lid on shortly before the end. The best home team (Berlin, now twelve points) won against the best away team to date.
Zwickau, Würzburg and Havelse are still waiting for the first victory
Zwickau, Würzburg and Havelse are still without a win. The FSV took the lead against Verl, but were not up to date with a total of three goals conceded shortly before and after the break. The SCV won 3-1. The Kickers and Havelse shared the points goalless in the basement duel. There were no goals in Cologne either, Viktoria and Saarbrücken separated 0-0. Like Zwickau, Würzburg and Havelse, Cologne remains in a relegation zone.
Vermeij decides the Friday game
The start on Friday SC Freiburg II won 1-0 (0-0) at SV Meppen and thus celebrated their second win of the season in a new environment. Ex-Duisburg Vermeij scored late for the only goal of the game after being substituted on (86th) and made up for Kehrer’s penalty (15th), who slipped while shooting and hit the crossbar. Meppen lost the game and goalkeeper Domaschke with an ankle injury (77th).