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Derby without a winner: two penalties keep 1860's dream of promotion alive - FC Bayern II almost relegated

2021-05-18T18:12:34.003Z

TSV 1860 Munich's dream of promotion is alive. The lions need a win in the derby against the Bayern amateurs. The live ticker from Giesing.



TSV 1860 Munich's dream of promotion is alive.

The lions need a win in the derby against the Bayern amateurs.

The live ticker from Giesing.

  • TSV 1860 Munich - FC Bayern Munich II 2: 2 (1: 1)

  • The Lions missed the big step towards advancement against the reserve of their local rival, but it is still possible.

  • The FC Bayern * amateurs have to plan for the regional league after the point around sixty.

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Update, 1:38 p.m.:

A curious story about the successful series of TSV 1860 is probably also the beard of head coach Michael Köllner, which continues to grow with every success.

Is it coming off today or will it continue to thrive for at least a week?

TSV 1860 Munich - FC Bayern II: Köllner leaves his starting eleven in the derby unchanged

Update from May 16, 1:23 p.m.: 

A little more than half an hour until kick-off, many fans have already left to watch the game.

Now the line-ups of the teams are there too!

While Köllner trusts exactly the same team that fought 1-1 in Wiesbaden, Bayern coach Schwarz and Demichelis change twice compared to the defeat against Haching, Lungwitz and Motika start for Vita and Kühn.

Update from May 16, 12.50 p.m.:

A few minutes

ago

the Löwen team

bus arrived 

at the stadium on Grünwalder Straße amid cheers and singing from hundreds of fans.

After the supporters' action, the players of sixty coach Michael Köllner will probably go into the derby with an extra dose of self-confidence.

TSV 1860 Munich - FC Bayern II: Lions can shoot FCB into the regional league

Update from May 16, 12.35 p.m.:

 Just under an hour and a half until kick-off in the Grünwalder Stadium, the lion fans are already ready on Grünwalder Straße to receive the team bus.

In the live ticker we provide you with impressions from Giesing.

Update from May 16, 12.10 p.m.:

Almost two hours until the game between TSV 1860 Munich and FC Bayern kicks off.

Soon there will be the line-ups of the two teams, for which the third division derby is about nothing more and nothing less than promotion and relegation.

The lions need points in order to be able to achieve the relegation on their own.

The FCB amateurs are deep in the relegation battle and also absolutely need a threesome.

In the event of a defeat, the little Bavarians would have been relegated.

TSV 1860 Munich - FC Bayern II: Sixty want high, FCB must prevent relegation

First report from May 14th: 

Munich - On the penultimate matchday of the 3rd division there is a showdown between TSV 1860 and FC Bayern II, the Munich Lions are on the relegation place with 65 points and still have the chance of direct promotion.

A victory against the archenemy from the parallel street would be a prerequisite.

TSV 1860 Munich - FC Bayern II: Decisive city derby in Giesing

But Bayern-Reserve has no points to give away in the crucial phase of the season, the team of Danny Schwarz and Martín Demichelis is currently two points behind on the safe bank.

The reigning champions * can no longer allow themselves to slip up due to the threat of relegation to the regional league. 

In the third division derby, each team can set the course for the season's goal; from a purely sporting point of view, both teams would probably not be satisfied with a draw.

In addition, there is the great rivalry between the two clubs, which gives the small city derby * an additional emotional note. 

TSV 1860 Munich - FC Bayern II: Lions hope for slips of the competition 

For Michael Köllner and his team it is clear: The relegation can still be made from the last two games on their own.

Should the competition at the top of the table fail, however, direct promotion would even be possible.

In the current series of nine unbeaten games, seven of which have been won, the Lions should have enough self-confidence for the hot final phase.  

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There are still two teams ahead of the sixties, Hansa Rostock is only two points ahead, while Dynamo Dresden is at the top of the table with four points ahead of the lions.

Rostock will play against SpVgg Unterhaching, which has already been safely relegated, on Saturday, while Dresden will receive Türkgücü Munich on Sunday *. 

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Source: merkur

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