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Von: Lina Krull
TSV 1860 Munich lost 1:2 on matchday 5 in league three against Erzgebirge Aue. The live ticker to read.
- TSV 1860 Munich – FC Erzgebirge Aue 1: 2 (0: 0)
- With the home game defeat against Aue, the lions have to accept the third bankruptcy in a row.
- The Live-Ticker for reading.
Munich – Game number five this season for the Löwen against Erzgebirge Aue at home in the Grünwalder Stadion. TSV 1860 wants to do everything it can to fend off the third defeat in a row in order to keep the team calm. The game against Aue, who is currently fourth, begins with the kick-off at 4.30 p.m.
TSV 1860 against Erzgebirge Aue: excitement before the game
In the first two games of the season, 1860 scored a total of six points against Waldhof Mannheim and Duisburg. The winning streak was short-lived and ended with a 2-1 defeat against Lübeck on the third day of play. The Löwen couldn’t get any points against SV Sandhausen either – especially the weak defense in the first half caused the 0:3 failure.
“I saw a team that really wanted to win. We really got a lot out of the game, but we didn’t have any chances,” said coach Jacobacci. Too easy goals, too disorganized defense. It worked a little better offensively in the second half, but the chances remained unused. In addition to the coach, President Robert Reisinger is not entirely satisfied with the current situation. Shortly before the home game, the 59-year-old sharply criticized what was happening in terms of Gorenzel’s successor – there was even talk of a rift within the presidency. Even if the season is a “season of change” according to Reisinger, the possible points against Aue could bring some calm to Grünwalder Straße.
Löwen want to use home advantage against Erzgebirge Aue
Against the previously unbeaten FC Erzgebirge Aue, TSV 1860 wants to make use of its home field advantage. “We play at home. We haven’t lost our strength at home, even if we didn’t win against Lübeck”, coach Maurizio Jacobacci looks confidently at the game and explains: “The goal is of course that we go into the break with a positive result”. At the beginning of September, the international break ensures a short rest in the league.
The Saxons, on the other hand, travel to Munich with a much better feeling. With a 2-1 win against Sandhausen and a draw against Lübeck, coach Pavel Dotchev’s team was able to take more points from the last few games than the hosts from Munich. (likr/dpa)