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DFB Cup: TSV 1860 – Karlsruhe in the live ticker – Sascha Mölders reports shortly before the game starts

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DFB Cup: TSV 1860 – Karlsruhe in the live ticker – Sascha Mölders reports shortly before the game starts Created: 01/18/2022, 16:33 By: Patrick Mayer Ex-lion: Sascha Mölders. ©MIS TSV 1860 Munich meets Karlsruher SC in the round of 16 of the DFB Cup. Follow the game from Giesing tonight here in the live ticker. TSV 1860 Munich - Karlsruher SC -:- (-:-), today, 6.30 p.m loading widget... to



DFB Cup: TSV 1860 – Karlsruhe in the live ticker – Sascha Mölders reports shortly before the game starts

Created: 01/18/2022, 16:33

By: Patrick Mayer

Ex-lion: Sascha Mölders.

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TSV 1860 Munich meets Karlsruher SC in the round of 16 of the DFB Cup.

Follow the game from Giesing tonight here in the live ticker.

TSV 1860 Munich - Karlsruher SC -:- (-:-), today, 6.30 p.m

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Munich – The time has come: TSV 1860 Munich welcomes Karlsruher SC to the round of 16 of the DFB Cup (from 6.30 p.m.)*. Evening game, floodlights, Grünwalder Stadium - it literally smells like football. It's just a shame that due to the ongoing corona pandemic, no fans are allowed to be there. Nevertheless, thousands of lions at home, in the pub or on the way home from work will certainly cheer for their sixty-year-olds.

This also applies to a player who misses the game tonight "at Giesing's heights" because he recently left the team of Löwen coach Michael Köllner*.

We are talking about striker Sascha Mölders, who was a figure of identification at Sixty for a long time, but then left in strife.

When TSV 1860 scored 1-0 (1-0) against FC Schalke in the second round, Mölders was still in the starting XI and celebrated the sensation against "Royal Blue" with the Giesingers.

DFB Cup: TSV 1860 Munich – KSC in the live ticker – Sascha Mölders keeps his fingers crossed

“We kicked out two second division teams together, now Karlsruhe, the third second division team, will have to take a beating.

I'll take a look and keep my fingers crossed for you from here," said Mölders on

Sky

- and said: "Maybe you can do the big coup, have a bit of luck and go to Berlin.

Fingers crossed!”

The 36-year-old is now under contract with SG Sonnenhof Großaspach in the regional league.

Of course, the DFB Cup final * would be in Berlin.

But for the lions, the hurdle tonight is KSC.

And that hurdle is high.

In the video: Surprise in the DFB Cup – TSV 1860 Munich bowls Schalke out

After all, Baden have a real goal-getter in their team in Philipp Hofmann (9 goals this season).

In addition, there is Marvin Wanitzek, a professional from the Spielmacher brand.

The six players have been warned - and still dream of a big hit against the second division team from the south-west.

Follow the DFB Cup round of 16 between TSV 1860 Munich and Karlsruher SC* tonight (from 6.30 p.m.) here in the live ticker.

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Source: merkur

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