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TSV 1860 - Schalke in the live ticker: eagerly awaited Comenack - "make Giesing shake"

2021-10-26T14:50:25.456Z

TSV 1860 Munich welcomes FC Schalke in the DFB Cup cracker. The Grünwalder Stadium in Giesing is sold out again for the first time. Follow the game tonight here in the live ticker.



TSV 1860 Munich welcomes FC Schalke in the DFB Cup cracker.

The Grünwalder Stadium in Giesing is sold out again for the first time.

Follow the game tonight here in the live ticker.

  • TSV 1860 Munich - FC Schalke * (6.30 p.m.)

  • DFB-Pokal *: The lions have to play against the relegated Bundesliga * in the sold-out Grünwalder Stadium.

  • Follow the game tonight here in the live ticker.

TSV 1860 Munich - FC Schalke -: - (- :-), today, 6.30 p.m.

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Munich - you want to "make Giesing tremble".

The Ultras of the Munich Lions got in the mood on Candidberg for the DFB-Pokal game of their TSV 1860 Munich against FC Schalke (tonight, from 6.30 p.m.).

After more than a year and a half, the organized fan scene is allowed to return to the Westkurve as one.

Even more: The Grünwalder Stadium is completely sold out for the first time since February 29, 2020 (4: 3 against Chemnitzer FC) and the coronavirus pandemic * with 15,000 spectators.

Floodlights, Giesinger Berg, full "Sechzger" - joy and tension are literally palpable around the Tegernseer Landstrasse.

TSV 1860 Munich - FC Schalke in the live ticker: Lions stumble in the 3rd league - and in the DFB Cup?

Löwen coach Michael Köllner announced, despite seven games by TSV 1860 in the 3rd division without a win, as usual briskly: “We want to make cup history.

We can do it through our home crowd and the stadium! ”He hoped for“ unconditional support ”, his team wanted to give the fans a“ courageous performance for a nice football evening under floodlights ”, said the 51-year-old from Upper Palatinate.

Where does the self-confidence come from?

In the first round, TSV 1860 Munich, who scored 1-1 for the sixth time in the past seven match days at 1. FC Saarbrücken over the weekend, already defeated a second division: SV Darmstadt.

It was 5: 4 - also at Giesing's heights - after penalties.

TSV 1860 Munich - FC Schalke in the live ticker: Michael Köllner believes in the "miracle of Giesing"

"We have had good experiences with the penalty shoot-out," said Köllner in retrospect at the latest press conference.

But he also warned: "First and foremost, it is about performing well so that we can even confront such a topic."

Follow the DFB Cup game of the lions in the 2nd round against FC Schalke today from 6.30 p.m. here in the live ticker.

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Source: merkur

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