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3rd league: 1860 Munich crashes out of the promotion zone



3rd league: 1860 Munich crashes out of the promotion zone

1860 Munich has lost its place in the promotion zone in the 3rd division for the time being due to an autumn crisis. Due to their third defeat in a row with 0:2 (0:1) at the reserves of Bundesliga club SC Freiburg, the lions fell back to fifth place.

After SV Wehen Wiesbaden, 1860 also had to let 1. FC Saarbrücken pass. The Saarlanders remained unbeaten in the 3:1 (3:0) against newly promoted VfB Oldenburg in their fifth game under their new coach Rüdiger Ziehl and celebrated their fourth success. Waldhof Mannheim has the promotion region back in sight with its 2-1 (0-0) win against relegation candidate FSV Zwickau.

In the lower part of the table, VfL Osnabrück increased its cushion on the relegation zone by beating SC Verl 2-1 (0-1). The bottom line was SV Meppen: The Emslanders hoped for the twelfth time with their zero number at promoted Rot-Weiss Essen in succession in vain on a sense of achievement.

Munich slid even deeper into the crisis in Freiburg before the end of the year. Bayern could not counter the goals of the hosts Lars Kehl (5th) and Mika Baur (64th). Although Freiburg climbed to second place, it is not eligible for promotion.

As a result, Saarbrücken is behind the “real” rivals SV Elversberg (last Tuesday 1-0 at SpVgg Bayreuth) and Wiesbaden (1-0 against Dynamo Dresden) on the relegation place. Marvin Cuni (8′), Julian Günther-Schmidt (25′) and an own goal by the guests through Marcel Appiah (31′) made everything clear for FCS before the break. In the second round, Oldenburg only managed to improve the result through Ayodele Adetula (75th).

3rd league: Game in Essen interrupted due to an emergency

In Mannheim, Pascal Sohm was the match winner for the hosts with a brace (77th and 90th). Zwickau only managed to equalize temporarily through Yannic Voigt (79th).

Osnabrück turned a deficit against Verl through goals from Erik Engelhardt (73′) and Omar Traore (87′). The Westphalian guests took the lead through Yari Otto (41st).

In the last ten minutes, Essen did not use a superior number due to a yellow-red card against Ole Käuper to win. Shortly before the break, the encounter had to be temporarily interrupted due to a medical emergency in the interior.