Haching coach Van Lent explains ripped-off lions as a role model.
Meanwhile, Manni Schwabl patted through the continuous rain, chewing his lips, while Sascha Mölders built himself up in front of the lion keeper Marco Hiller.
His joyful comment: “To zero!” In the fourth win on the seventh match day, 1860 was the first time without a goal.
Haching boss Schwabl, on the other hand, pondered why his SpVgg is now taking a time-out in the first half of the season: 0: 2 against local rivals 1860, third bankruptcy within eight days - results in table position 13.
Afterwards, Arie van Lent started the well-known lament.
“In the last third we couldn't prevail,” said Haching's head coach: “From behind it was sometimes very nice, but not everything is nice.” The former striker referred to the opponent to explain how to do it better makes: “They shoot twice on goal - he's inside twice.
We miss that a bit.
We make mistakes, get goals conceded - and fail to score some ourselves. "
The lions, on the other hand, prefer to hit when it comes to Haching.
And after the 3-0 victory at the end of June, yesterday was the first time a zero was back.
Not only Mölders celebrated the stable defense, also Marco Hiller, who was always on his guard when it mattered.
“Unbelievable,” said the happy 1860 keeper: “I'm proud of the whole team.
We fought for 90 minutes here - and finally played to zero. ”Hiller's short summary:“ Super start, championship lead - I think that's a good snapshot. ”
This is how Mölders also sees it, who commented his final art shot in the usual brash manner: “I looked up, the goalkeeper was not in really good shape.
How do you always say so beautifully?
If you don't shoot, the ball can't go into the goal.
With the 2-0 the game was over. "