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30.01.2022 – 17:02


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The lion run continues even after the quarantine. TSV 1860 Munich wins 1-0 at Viktoria Köln and celebrates the 4th win in a row, despite a severely depleted squad. “They all fought like lions,” praised a proud coach, Michael Köllner. He also owed the victory to his outstanding goalkeeper Marco Hiller, who “demanded at least a beer for the journey home”: “Otherwise I’ll take the train home.” Hiller laughed, of course, saying: “Today everyone who got these 3 points here is a hero.” Meppen and Mannheim separated 1:1 in terms of performance. For SV Meppen, the 40-point mark has been reached, which coach Rico Schmitt thinks is “mega”: “It’s fun to work with this team.” The Mannheimers around coach Patrick Glöckner could live with the point: “A step in the right direction.”

Below are the most important voices from Sunday plus a review of Magdeburg versus Saarbrücken with a clip – if you use them, please name the source MagentaSport. Tomorrow from 6.45 p.m.: Braunschweig aspiring for promotion against relegation candidate Verl – live on MagentaSport.

Viktoria Cologne – TSV 1860 Munich 0:1

TSV 1860 Munich celebrates their 4th away win in a row, jumps to 8th place in the table, is only 5 points behind the relegation rank – with 2 games left. Coach Michael Köllner was after the game “Very proud… We said we needed the lion in our hearts and you could see that. They all fought like lions and in the end all the fans who were here were extremely proud of this team.” Whether you can slowly look at the table with the lions: “You can always look, but who knows the games that we have in the next few weeks. There is hardly an easy game in the league.”

Goalkeeper Marco Hiller impressed with several strong saves: “Anyone who knows our situation today, that we had 11 top players in the starting XI, but otherwise only extremely young players on the bench. Today, anyone who got those 3 points here is a hero.” Where the lions can still go in this form: “We have to stay calm and think from game to game. But we’re on the right track… A lot is possible.” When asked if a few cold drinks are allowed on the return trip, he joked: “I hope so. Otherwise I’ll take the train home.” Michael Köllner doesn’t like letting him take the train: “We definitely have cold mineral water on the bus. But I think it’s enough for a light one. Everyone deserves that and an isotonic drink on the way home is of course also worth its weight in gold.”

Despite several good opportunities, Viktoria from Cologne loses against the Löwen, but still remains in 13th place with a 6-point lead. Coach Olaf Janssen remained confident: “First of all, I’m totally happy and proud of my team… With Lorch, who is injured and May’s yellow-red card, we’ll soon be at 13 absentees. We actually don’t have a team anymore. I have to say, “I take my hat off to my boys. We had a lot more chances to score than the opponents and also a lot more phases of possession… Looking at the squad now, I know how brutal the next few weeks will be for us. That gives me courage today . If we pull it off like that, we’ll stay up in the league.”

Patrick Sontheimer added: “We had enough space but didn’t use it precisely enough. We had our chances and didn’t take them. Sometimes it just doesn’t work out… We want to be consistent. We’ve come to terms with that throughout the season every now and then one falls away. We compensated for that very well again today.”

Entertainer Guido Cantz is a long-time fan of Viktoria Köln and was a guest at MagentaSport during the half-time break. Why Viktoria Köln and not 1. FC Köln? “Viktoria is an absolutely traditional club. It has just gotten a whole new wind with Andreas Rettig… I like going here because you have a great lawn for the 3rd division and because you are close and can watch football . I think the Viktoria will cause a sensation in the years to come.”

SV Meppen – SV Waldhof Mannheim 1:1

In the top game of the day, Meppen and the Waldhof parted without a winner, even though SV Meppen still had very good chances in the final phase. Thanks to the point, the hosts jump up to fourth place and are now level on points with 1. FC Saarbrücken. Coach Rico Schmitt on the 40 points achieved: “It’s mega… It was a game with a lot of fighting. The first 10 minutes were ours and then we gave up the game again… Everyone has a part in the season, even those who aren’t there. That It’s already a strong performance and we’re moving further away from the 40-point mark… It’s fun to work with this team.” Meppen’s goal scorer Luka Tankulic: “I would also sign a performance-related draw. The point is fine for both of them. Both teams were missing a few grains at the back. We still wanted to get the lucky punch, but unfortunately we didn’t succeed .”

The SV Waldhof Mannheim remains in 5th place due to the point and is only 2 points behind the relegation rank. Coach Patrick Glöckner was satisfied: “Winning a point in Meppen is always a good thing, especially since we also showed good morale after falling behind early on… Overall, I’m super happy with the team… Both teams today have an unbelievable will to the The day was set and for me it was just important to see that we didn’t let the deficit get us down… That’s a point today and a step in the right direction.”

Quotes from last night: 1. FC Magdeburg – 1. FC Saarbrücken 2:1

A high-class top game, leaders Magdeburg and 1. FC Saarbrücken deliver a fight up to the last second. In the end there is a 2:1 for the leader FCM, which feels “outstanding”. After the win, 1. FC Magdeburg is still at the top of the table in the 3rd division with a 14-point lead over the relegation rank. Coach Christian Titz: “It was really a very close game today and the opponent demanded everything from us. Despite the lead, we struggled for the first 35 minutes. Then, if we’re honest, we conceded a pretty stupid goal… It got really tight at the back because Saarbrücken threw everything forward… My team really tried to counteract the game and not let it get them down.”

Magdeburg’s Sirlord Conteh, scored once to make it 2-1 and prepared the 1-0, about the victory “It feels outstanding. We are now 14 points ahead of 3rd place. It just feels great.” With the lead “we can actually only beat ourselves.”

“Irregular” 2: 1 for Magdeburg – believes Koschinat

Despite a strong performance, 1. FC Saarbrücken cannot reward itself. Coach Uwe Koschinat on Magdeburg’s celebrations after the game: “You have to give them credit for that. They won a home game and that’s part of it. It hurts because I think the defeat certainly wasn’t deserved for us. “In my opinion, we played an incredibly courageous game. We only allowed goals to be scored when we were surprising. That makes Magdeburg extremely good… In the end we still had many chances to equalize. Unfortunately, we didn’t enough, but I’m still very satisfied with the performance of my team.”In the 85th minute, Jänicke was hit by Condé at the corner of the penalty area, but the whistle remained silent and there was no penalty. Uwe Koschinat thought after the game: “I’ve heard a lot of colleagues this season complaining all the time and always attributing defeats to individual situations. I don’t want to do that. I think the 1 was much more irregular: 2. Because Adriano Grimaldi was on his way to the goal, was constantly held and played a bad pass from this situation, which in return then led to 1: 2. But that’s your job to work through that. It’s not mine, to comment on referee decisions.”

The link to the game: www.youtube.com/watch?v=4VRvoCkwylg

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