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TSV 1860 Munich: Die Löwen

Started on 7 November 2019 by Griffo / First Post
Latest Reply on 24 February 2020 by TheLFCFan / Last Post
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August 2021

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Results



Coming from behind with an injury time goal from Robin Hack, 1860 Munich secured a draw in their opening match of the season against Fortuna Dusseldorf.

Die Löwen would then go on to lose two consecutive fixtures against RB Leipzig going down 3-0 as well as a 2-1 loss to VfB Stuttgart with Musa Barrow scoring his first goal for the club.

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Ladder



TSG Hoffenheim have started the season three wins from three matches to sit at the top of the Bundesliga table while Borussia Monchengladbach and VfB Stuttgart remain undefeated.

At the bottom of the table, 1860 Munich find themselves as one of five teams who are yet to win a match so far this season.

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Player Of The Month




Efkan Bekiroglu

Proving to be the most consistent player for 1860 Munich last season, Bekiroglu has continued his impressive performance into the 2021/22 season.

The 25-year-old opened up his account in the opening match of the season, scoring an impressive free kick against Fortuna Dusseldorf while continuing to make vital interceptions throughout August.

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Injury Report


Aaron Berzel

Still recovering from a damaged achilles tendon, Berzel will be unavailable for the next two to three months.

Tim Rieder

Currently playing with a broken wrist, the 28-year-old Rieder still has two to three weeks until he is recovered from the injury.

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Fixtures



The run of tough of matches continues in September, with fixtures against SC Freiburg and FC Koln looking like the best opportunity for 1860 Munich to pick up valuable points despite both being away fixtures.

Comments

ScottT: Really disappointing performance but relieved we still got the result

TheLFCFan: Owusu doing Owusu things
A point on the board is certainly better than none. Home form will be decisive this season, more so than another other season, I feel.
A tough start to the league and September doesn't look much easier. Still early days, who knows what could happen!
Some tough opponents to start against there. I wouldn’t be too disheartened and I’m sure the league position doesn’t reflect where you’ll be in 31 games time.


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September 2021

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Results



Continuing to suffer from poor form, 1860 Munich saw their losing streak extend to five matches after losing to VfL Wolfsburg, SC Freiburg and Borussia Monchengladbach.

Die Löwen managed to end their run with a 3-2 victory over FC Koln with the match winning goal coming in the 85th minute from 17-year-old Lothar Piller, who in scoring that goal became the youngest goal scorer in Bundesliga history.

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Ladder



The competition is tight at the top of the table with the leading seven sides separated by just three points. At the other end of the table, 1860 Munich find themselves in a fight to avoid relegation against Mainz 05, Hannover 96 and Union Berlin.

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Player Of The Month




Dennis Dressel

A change in formation from 1860 Munich manager Daniel Bierofka has seen Dennis Dressel go from the bench to a starting role in which the 22-year-old midfielder has taken full advantage. Known for his impressive work rate, the German has been at the club since 2014, making just 58 appearances.

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Injury Report


Aaron Berzel

Berzel remains out of action, currently one to two months away from returning from a damaged achilles tendon.

Ki-Jana Hoever

Currently on loan from Liverpool, the 19-year-old right back suffered strained knee ligaments and will be out of action for two to five weeks.

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Fixtures



Two tough match ups await 1860 Munich in October, facing current league leaders Borussia Dortmund as well as competition powerhouse and main rival Bayern Munich.

The away fixture against Union Berlin will prove to be an important match in the relegation battle for this season while Die Löwen will be hopeful of progression in DFB-Pokal after being drawn against Bundesliga 2 side FC St. Pauli.

Comments

ScottT, TheLFC Fan & Jack: A very tough start in August and September, hopefully I will be able to turn it around.
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Another thought month coming up but at least you got your first win. Sure there will be a few more wins out there as well over the next few months
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The battle 1860 face is unquestionably difficult. There are going to be plenty of six-pointers for them, Union Berlin is certainly one of those in a very difficult month ahead.
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Penalty Shoot-Out Sees 1860 Munich Advance


Marcin Bulka saved a penalty from Florian Carstens to seal victory for 1860 Munich

1860 Munich 1 (4) – (3) 1 FC St. Pauli

Going into the match losing the past two matches against FC St. Pauli, 1860 Munich got off to a poor start when Goncalo Paciencia opened the scoring in the 18th minute while dominating possession for a majority of the first half. During injury time in the first half, 1860 Munich launched a counter attack with 17-year-old midfielder Lothar Piller getting onto the end of a pass from Musa Barrow to see the teams level heading into the break.

A back and forth physical battle ensued in the second half with both sides presented with chances but neither side was able to capitalise. Both sides saw multiple players issued warning with a total of eleven yellow cards handed out to players before the close of regular time.

Early in extra time, right back Herbert Paul fouled Mateo Klimowicz, receiving a second yellow card in the 97th minute to put 1860 Munich down to ten players. FC St. Pauli also went down to ten men when Keanu Staude was forced to leave the field due to injury after the side had used all its substitutes. Both times were unable to find a match winning game to see the game head into a penalty shoot-out.

The shoot-out got off to a poor start with Goncalo Paciencia missing the first attempt for FC St. Pauli with 1860 Munich midfielder Efkan Bekiroglu having his opportunity saved to see both sides level. The sides continued to score until Marcin Bulka saved Florian Carstens attempt to seal victory for 1860 Munich.

The draw for the third round of the DFB-Pokal saw 1860 Munich draw Bundesliga side Hertha Berlin who currently sit in mid-table this season. The match is set to be played at Hertha Berlin’s Olympiastadion Berlin on the 1st of February 2022.

Comments

leckuno & ScottT: It has been a very tough start but it is still only early in the season
A close-call, but you're through. It'll be nice to have a good run in the cup, but attempting to survive in the Bundesliga has to be the priority.
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A tough start to the league but outside of the relegation zone currently and also through in the cup. This upcoming month is going to be tough with some massive games against Bayern and Dortmund but if you can take a point here and there survival is certainly on the cards!
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Very tight in the league and in that cup game, but that morale boost is much-needed I'm sure going into the next few games in the Bundesliga.
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Exited to see Munich back where they belong, keep on pushing :)
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Staying up will be very tough indeed, but I have faith you can do so!
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October 2021

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Results



An impressive performance against Borussia Dortmund saw 1860 Munich hold on for a 0-0 draw. In the fixture against Union Berlin, 1860 Munich went ahead 2-0 but then were reduced to ten men after a bad tackle from Herbert Paul, Union Berlin managed to score twice before Musa Barrow scored in the 83rd minute to seal victory.

The first Munich derby since 2008 saw an impressive performance from Die Löwen throughout the match but the underdogs missed two clear chances followed by a goal from David Alaba sealing victory for Bayern Munich. In the final fixture of the month, 1860 Munich took on first placed Eintracht Frankfurt, coming away with an incredible 2-1 victory after a winning goal in the 83rd minute from Musa Barrow.

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Ladder



Reigning champions Bayer Leverkusen find themselves at the top of the table after eleven matches with several clubs close behind them. At the bottom of the table, 1860 Munich are four points clear of the relegation zone after a solid month of results.

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Player Of The Month




Felix Weber

1860 Munich captain Felix Weber led the club up the leagues and is now leading by example with bravery and determination as they battle to avoid relegation from the Bundesliga.

The 26-year-old has a close working relationship with 1860 Munich manager Daniel Bierofka and has put in impressive defensive performances which have been vital in seeing his side cause upsets throughout October.

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Injury Report


Aaron Berzel

After battling a damaged achilles tendon, Berzel is expected to return to training in two to three weeks.

Ki-Jana Hoever

Returning to action after suffering strained knee ligaments, the 19-year-old right back now has a hamstring complaint and is expected to miss between one to two weeks.

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Fixtures



Despite only playing two fixtures in November, it is a vitally important month for 1860 Munich as they take on other relegation candidates in Mainz 05 and Hannover 96 with both fixtures set to be played at Grunwalder Stadion.

Comments

ScottT & Jack: The league is the first and only priority this season

TheLFCFan: We really held our own against the top teams in October

OMGItsToddzy & Aaron: Excited to be in the top flight but it will certainly be a challenge
That's a very impressive run of results. Beating sides like Union Berlin are integral to survival this season and picking up additional points against the top-dogs of the league go a long way.
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