TSV 1860 Munich against Waldhof Mannheim: The Munich team have to be satisfied with a draw in their own stadium and thus remain in the no man's land of the table.
- TSV 1860 Munich - Waldhof Mannheim, Saturday, 2 p.m.
- Waldhof comes to Giesing with ex-lion Bernhard Trares - and hasn't lost an away game yet.
- Sascha Mölders is in excellent shape at Sechzig.
Munich - Ikea instead of the stadium, math with the son instead of tactics with the team. Since the TSV 1860 he chose himself, it has been a different kind of everyday life that defines the life of Daniel Bierofka. The ex-lion does not have to do without adrenaline, as he revealed during another appearance on BR, this time on the radio. "When sixty plays, my pulse is still going high," Bierofka admitted as a studio guest of "Today in the stadium".
At 0: 4 in Mannheim, Bierofka himself suffered on the sidelines. The second leg on Saturday was already the eighth game of successor Michael Köllner - and that, too, is likely to have remained at rest in a gripping chase duel. Superior gameplay, a big increase in chances - nevertheless, for 1860 it was only enough to split the points, the only advantage of which is that the Undefeated series, which Bierofka started, is extended to ten games. "Last week in Zwickau we lost two leads, today again", grumbled Stefan Lex: "Draws don't get us anywhere." The lions remain in the no man's land of the table: six points are on the relegation place, seven on the first relegation place.
1860 against Mannheim: The Löwen fans were allowed to dream for eight minutes
For eight minutes the fans in the stands (and Bierofka on the radio) could dream that 1860 could still seriously intervene in the fight for promotion. After a number of Dressel shots and Mölders chances that did not find their way to the goal, it was the young Noel Niemann, 20, who shot a blocked Willsch flank under the crossbar, unattainable for the stretching Waldhof keeper Königsmann. In the flash table, third place was suddenly only three points away, the opponent who had been undefeated for two years had caught up to one point. Then, however, Dennis Erdmann had the feeling that he sometimes had to make an offensive contribution.
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It wasn't the center-back's best idea, as it turned out. A ball loss, a Waldhof counter as designed on the drawing board (with a final one-two pass between goal scorer Bouziane and Gouaida) - it was 1-1, which Aaron Berzel attributed to lack of cleverness. “We have to do a foul earlier to prevent that. But you can also see the individual class of the Mannheimers, you have to acknowledge that without envy. ”
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Satisfied faces were therefore only partially seen on the part of the lions. Niemann was beaming about his first goal as a professional, which he was not allowed to comment on from above (he carried an aluminum box instead). Wing striker Nico Karger also had reason to be happy after he was allowed to join again for the first time after a cured tendon tear. "I'm not quite fit yet," he said after his 25-minute assignment in the competitive final phase.
Lex: "Draws don't help"
Since at the end the lions also complained about a non-given penalty (Koffi / 88th), not only Berzel had the feeling that the guests from his home in the Palatinate got a little too well. "Basically, I just want to win a home game," he said, providing an idiosyncratic reason: "I won't let anyone in at my house and say: Here, sit on the couch and turn on the TV."
The frustrated Lex got to the heart of the matter when he commented on the table: "As long as we don't win our games, we don't have to look at the teams in front of us." The ex-coach of all people gave courage. "There is still a lot possible," said Bierofka on the radio: "But you have to win more games." Ideally, on Saturday in Meppen.
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