Viktoria Berlin in front again – hangover mood in Kaiserslautern

Viktoria Berlin is again leader of the table. Equal on points with 1. FC Magdeburg, who experienced a wild ride in Wiesbaden. Eintracht Braunschweig landed a late draw against 1860 Munich. Kaiserslautern gave away the victory from the point. Würzburg had a bitter day at work. The 6th matchday at a glance.

Viktoria Berlin celebrates in the Friedrich-Ludwig-Jahn-Sportpark.

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Once again there was a lot going on in the 3rd division. Starting with the eight-goal madness in Halle on Friday evening. After a 2: 4 deficit, the HFC later fought back a 4: 4 against SC Verl. Three goals from Eberwein (9th / 25th / 87th) and one goal from Derstroff (75th) weren’t enough Victory. Berlinski (11th and 34th), Putaro (20th, penalty kick) and Petkov (52nd) scored for the guests from Verl.

The top game rose on Saturday between Wehen Wiesbaden and 1. FC Magdeburg. Christian Titz’s team lost a 2-0 lead in the meantime, but still managed a 4-2 win thanks to two jokers. Substitute Brünker (83rd) and Schuler (90th + 4) scored the decisive goals for Magdeburg. Previously, Lankford (58th) and Nilsson (59th) had equalized the hits from Conteh (3rd) and Atik (37th, hand penalty) with a double strike.

The championship lead was lost to Wiesbaden – but not to the FCM. Because Viktoria Berlin was equal on points but better in goal difference and also won. Pinckert became the match winner against Waldhof Mannheim in the 89th minute and secured the top position for the newcomer.

Thrilling finale in Braunschweig

Anyone who expected the great spectacle in the traditional duel between Eintracht Braunschweig and 1860 Munich was disappointed at the beginning. Both teams showed that the mutual respect was immense. At first, the guests had slight advantages before Braunschweig bit into the game after switching. The big fireworks only came shortly before the final whistle. First Mölders (89.) scored with a hand penalty to the alleged victory, before Behrendt managed to equalize the 1-1 final score in stoppage time.

VfL Osnabrück is on the advance after the 3-0 win at Türkgücü Munich. Klaas (25th), Heider (32nd) and Kleinhansl (50th) shot the purple-whites for the second win in a row and to points five, six and seven in the English week.

FCK awards penalty and victory

1: 1 compensation for Zwickau by Ronny König

Leap of joy: Ronny König managed to equalize 1: 1 for Zwickau.
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It got dramatic on the Betzenberg. 1. FC Kaiserslautern initially took the lead through an own goal by FSV Zwickau (Nkansah, 19th), but forgave it: König equalized for the swans in the 73rd minute. Shortly before the end, FCK had a huge chance of victory, but Wunderlich showed nerves and hammered a penalty kick against the crossbar (89th). This meant that the Palatinate team remained without a home defeat, but missed their second win of the season. From the stands there were whistles after the 1: 1.

Viktoria Köln celebrated their first win of the season in a 3-1 win against SC Freiburg II. Risse (53rd, hand penalty) and May (82nd) ​​scored the decisive goals after Kehrer (17th, penalty) had compensated for Handle’s opening goal (7th).

Bitter Sunday for Würzburg

A picture is worth a thousand words.

Wurzburg. A picture is worth a thousand words.
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Am Sunday The Würzburger Kickers were also very close to their first win of the season, but after 91 minutes of self-sacrificing battle they conceded the 1-1 equalizer. It was a heated game on Dallenberg including a flood of cards. And so the Mainfranken had to play undernumbered for 26 minutes after Hoffmann had seen the yellow-red card for repeated foul play. With a strong will, the Kickers survived the final phase of ten without great opposing chances – until stoppage time, when Gouras covertly withdrew from the penalty area and scored to a happy equalizer. Sané had already put Würzburg in the lead in the 23rd minute. In addition to Hoffmann, FWK trainer Ziegner was also expelled from the field because he could not keep himself in check.

First home win for Dortmund

Previously, the BVB reserve drove a 4-1 victory against MSV Duisburg after a 0-1 deficit. Ademi (29th) achieved the interim lead for the zebras, where Stoppelkamp played again from the start after missing an injury during the week. But Tigges with a double (32nd / 57th), Taz (51st) and Bornemann (88th) turned the game in favor of Dortmund, who were happy about their first home win and the jump to third place.

Havelse remains pointless in the sixth game

TSV Havelse also came out of the Lower Saxony duel at SV Meppen without points. The guests were even the better team for a long time, until the Jokers convinced SVM. Rico Schmitt showed a golden hand and changed assistant (Guder) and goal scorer (Krüger) – in the 74th minute the Lucky Punch succeeded. While Havelse is still pointless, Meppen took the third home win in a row and is in the middle of the table.

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