As of: February 12, 2024, 9:43 a.m
By: Johannes Ohr
The west curve sent a clear message to investor Hasan Ismaik.
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The Lions deserved to win against former coach Michael Köllner.
The game was characterized by a lot of noise and a dream goal by Lakenmacher.
Munich – Of course, the topic dominated the lion cosmos again on Sunday.
Majority shareholder Hasan Ismaik caused a stir on Friday with a short media-covered visit to the training ground - combined with the question of whether he would also show up at the Grünwalder Stadium for the home game against FC Ingolstadt (with former coach Michael Köllner on the line).
The eagerly awaited answer: Ismaik stayed away from the 3:1 (1:0) victory - thereby saving himself a personal gauntlet.
Fynn Lakenmacher puts 1860 Munich on the road to victory with a dream goal
Because what some of the fans think of the Jordanian could have been heard almost as far away as the city limits on Sunday.
When the teams came out of the locker room after halftime, the fans unfurled a huge anti-Ismaik banner in the west curve.
“Hasan, the whole stadium doesn’t care about you!” was written in large letters.
With the support of thousands of whistles, a deafening concert of whistles followed against the investor, who was represented in the stadium as always by Anthony Power.
He, in turn, only had positive things to say about Ismaik in terms of sport.
After the 2-0 win against Rot-Weiss Essen during the week, the Lions whistled their way to their second win in a row in the Bavarian duel against Ingolstadt.
In a duel that was gripping over long stretches, Sixty got off to a better start.
After 15 minutes, Julian Guttau (24) played a perfect pass into the path of Fynn Lakenmacher.
He stayed cool in front of goalkeeper Marius Funk (28) and lofted the ball into the net for a 1-0 lead.
A dream goal that should have made it 2-0 ten minutes later.
This time it was Morris Schröter (28) who put the ball on Lakenmacher in an exemplary manner.
But the striker actually managed to shoot over the crossbar from a few meters (27th).
“Confidence is growing.
We’ve given ourselves some breathing room.”
Argirios Giannikis after the 3-1 win against Ingolstadt.
Ingolstadt didn't hide either, sniffing the equalizer twice through Jannik Mause (34', 41') before keeper Funk Lakenmacher's mishap was topped.
The goalkeeper directed a harmless back pass into his own net (58th).
Mause (71'/penalty) brought the guests close again.
Substitute Mansour Ouro-Tagba made everything clear for the Lions in stoppage time (90+1).
The next success for coach Argirios Gianniks, who remains unbeaten at sixty (three wins and three draws) and is slowly but surely freeing himself from the relegation battle with the Lions.
Giannikis: “Confidence is growing.
We have given ourselves some breathing space.” (JOHANNES OHR)