TSV 1860 Munich won 2-0 at Türkgücü Munich - the fourth victory in a row.
Richy Neudecker and Semi Belkahia crowned their achievements with one goal each.
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TSV 1860 Munich was able to gain an important victory in the promotion battle in the derby against Türkgücü Munich.
The Lions won 2-0 after goals from Richard Neudecker and Semi Belkahia.
In the table, the lions remain in 4th place - only one point separates the sixties from third place.
Türkgücü Munich slips to ninth place, but remains in the secured midfield.
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- The "Wampe von Giesing" only needed six minutes to hit the 21st goal of the season.
Sascha Mölders hit the corner well worth seeing - but the 36-year-old was sidelined when Richy Neudecker was passed.
As a result, the hosts dared a little out of reserve, but hardly had any chances.
From the 19th minute of the game, the Lions' usury of opportunities began: The Mölders-Neudecker coproduction took place in reverse this time - and almost scored the goal of the month.
After Magic Mölder dropped the header, Neudecker dropped a kick on the goal of Rene Vollath - who heaved the ball sensationally over the bar.
It was followed by goals from Sami Belkahia and Merveille Biankadi, which brought nothing.
0-0 at break - flattering for Türkgücü Munich
In the middle of the urge phase of the lions, Noel Niemann came to a close twice - Neudecker was also up to the rear and blocked the shots. As a result, Sascha Mölders had two more good opportunities - the latter in particular should have made it 1-0 for the superior Sechzger: in the 27th minute, his Schlenzer flew just past the gate, ten minutes later the 20-time goal scorer missed free before Rene Vollath. With the goalless draw it went into the half-time break, with which the hosts could live better. Above all, the host's high run-up prevented a controlled and calm build-up game - Günther Gorenzel also saw it that way. “Türkgücü played an extreme pressing in the first 30 minutes, so we now have to adjust the opening of the game a bit. Michael Köllner clearly addressed that ",the managing director let know in the half-time break.
Little could be seen of the change after the restart. Türkgücü came out of the locker room with renewed vigor and a breath of fresh air in the form of Omar Sijaric, but the hosts were unable to create clear scoring opportunities. After this initial surge of pressure, then the redemption: Not the man of the hour, but the man of the game scored the 1-0 for the lions in the 59th minute. The situation had actually already been resolved. After a sloppy ball from Belkahia, Mölders also messed up the pill, but in the hustle and bustle of punishment, Richy Neudecker reacted fastest and flicked the ball on the edge of the box with his left into the far corner. This made Neudecker the first six-man to score for the lions in the Olympic Stadium for more than 16 years. On 20.March 2005 Paul Agostino should score the last goal for the blues in the arena in the north of Munich when he scored the equalizer against Karlsruher SC shortly before the end.
Richy Neudecker for first, Semi Belkahia for second
We're turning the time 16 years forward again, where Türkgücü had more of the game after the 1-0 win, but Stefan Lex missed the next one hundred percent chance: in the 74th minute of the game, Rene Vollath came out of his goal and was on the ball in front of Sascha Mölders Lex only had to lift the cleared ball into the empty goal. But he didn't. So it stayed 1-0 and the game was still open. But not for too long: After a Daniel Wein corner, the ball came to Semi Belkahia, who only had to poke the ball into the goal. Belkahia, of all people, who, along with Neudecker, was one of the best players on the field and thus crowned his performance. The game was thus decided, the clock was ticking down and Türkgücü was no longer necessarily in front of goal in the last ten minutes.With the three points, the lions are heating up the promotion battle, with 57 points they are only one point behind FC Ingolstadt, who will receive SV Meppen tomorrow.