Status: 04.12.2023, 14:03 PM
By: Stefan Schmid
TSV 1860 Munich comes under the wheels at Dortmund II. A good first half is followed by a disastrous second. The highlights in the video.
Dortmund – Once again, the Munich Lions can't give an answer to going behind. After the fifth defeat from the last six games, including the embarrassing elimination in the Austrian Cup against Pipinsried, the fans who travelled to Dortmund are demanding the head of coach Maurizio Jacobacci.
TSV 1860 Munich got off to a good start against Borussia Dortmund's second team, but in the end they had to go home with a 0-3 defeat.
While Dortmund are celebrating, Jesper Verlaat and Manfred Starke are hanging their heads. © IMAGO / Noah Wedel
TSV 1860 create chances in the first half
The Lions came out of the dressing room well and should have led by at least one goal at the break. But first Niklas Lang was denied by Silas Ostrzinski in the Dortmund goal (4th), then it was Julian Guttau who pushed a header unchallenged into the keeper's arms (6th).
However, it was already clear during the first half what to expect in the second 45 minutes. With the kind help of Jesper Verlaat, Rodney Elongo-Yombo could only be stopped by David Richter (18'). Verlaat, on the other hand, did the same as Guttau after a corner and served Ostrzinski a grateful header (23'). But as high-calibre as the chances were on both sides, it went into the dressing room goalless.
Slapstick in the penalty area of TSV 1860
From the Lions' point of view, the second half was one to forget. At first, Verlaat didn't exactly cut the best figure when Ole Pohlmann made it 0-1 (63'), but what happened next defies description. First, Julian Hettwer (78') was invited to score BVB's second goal in the best slapstick style, then Ayman Azhil (81') had an easy game with the 0:3 against a reeling Munich.
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The Lions, again with no striker on the bench, could hardly add offensively and the personnel on the field also made little effort to defend themselves against the embarrassment. The fans gave the bill: "We're fed up" and "Coach out" were the more well-behaved statements from the stands. (sh)