Hamburger SV Eliminated By 1860 Munich
Marco Kana led the way for 1860 Munich as they defeated Hamburger SV
1860 Munich 2 - 0 Hamburger SV
Controlling the match from the beginning, 1860 Munich scored in the fifth minute when Marco Kana looked to chip Hamburger SV goalkeeper Takashi Takeda from just outside the box after a deflection from a corner, the shot hit the crossbar and fell to the feet of Kasper Dolberg who converted the chance. Takeda would continue to endure a barrage of shots but managed to keep 1860 Munich from scoring again heading into the break.
Early in the second half, Kasper Dolberg found himself on the end of a harsh challenge and forced to leave the field. It was Amadou Traore who would then seal the match for 1860 Munich, stealing the ball from Hamburger SV defender Marko Petrovic, playing Marco Kana through immediately with the defensive midfielder converting the one on one chance.
“A very solid victory, I am happy with how the team played throughout the match.” said 1860 Munich manager Daniel Bierofka. “I feel we are about to hit our stride and I am looking forward to seeing what our squad is capable of in the next few weeks.” he added.
After the DFB-Pokal quarter final draw, 1860 Munich are set to face VfL Wolfsburg away from home while many eyes will be on the match between Schalke 04 and Borussia Monchengladbach who are the strongest sides remaining in the competition.
Tango, Jack & ScottT:
Slowly making progress but we will need to put together a winning streak to find our way into the European places.
Domagoj has performed really well at times but is very inconsistent.
grismosw7 & OneMoreGame:
Very happy with our performances against Bayern this season.
Happy with remaining undefeated throughout the month but certainly going to need more quality performances to close out the second half of the season.