1860 Munich defends 4th place against Havelse – Football

1860 Munich celebrates a victory at work against Havelse! But it wasn’t easy …

The lions know that if they win they can defend fourth place and thus take part in the DFB Cup next season.

But Michael Köllner’s team (52) is in trouble, especially in the end the third division is too harmless. Havelse has already been relegated, but the lions can’t find a recipe in the sold-out Grünwalder Stadion (15,000 spectators) for the time being. To do this, goalkeeper Marco Hiller has to stretch again and again, and deflects Lakenmacher’s shot on the post (23 ‘).

Then finally salvation: 51 ‘: captain Stefan Lex puts a corner on the defender Semi Belkahia, who hits his head – 1: 0. For Lex, after the gala performance in the 6-0 victory (1 goal, four assists) against Duisburg, this is the sixth point from the goal in the last two games.

But then the tremor begins, as top scorer Marcel Bär and his teammates miss chance after chance, Köllner is furious on the sidelines and receives a yellow card again after being disqualified for yellow card. Good for the coach: there will be no further suspensions this season as there are only two games left.

In the end, the will is rewarded: Bär makes Köllner and the fans of 1860 cheer, scores the 2-0 (81st) and seven minutes later follows the Goden model. Double pack for the marker!

With 19 goals this season, the Löwen forward is now the top scorer ahead of Magdeburg’s Baris Atik (18). After Sascha Mölders (22 goals last season), is Bär the second consecutive lion to achieve the third division top scorer?

Michael Köllner on Magenta TV: “We had a really difficult period in the first half. But then it worked. I’m really happy for Marcel, I told him in the winter that he would score many more goals. Really a good day for us.”

The Lions have secured fourth place for the time being and are now five points behind third place after Dortmund II won 3-1 in Kaiserslautern.

Köllner’s closing words: “The season is only over at the end. It remains exciting. But first we always have to do our job and we did it today. ”

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