It was a mixed bag of results for 1860 Munich in October, starting with a 1-0 victory thanks to a 54th minute goal from Osei Owusu. FC Wurzbuger Kickers were next up in a top of the table clash, with the Die Rothosen proving far too strong in a match which saw 1860 Munich fail to even get a shot on target.
To finish the month, a thrilling match against 1. FC Kaiserslautern which saw 1860 Munich go up 2-0 only to have to settle for their first draw in the 3. Liga season.
For the first time this season. 1860 Munich find themselves out of first position after a relatively poor month of results. Led by 3. Liga top goalscorer Dominic Baumann, FC Wurzburger Kickers share the top position with 1. FC Magdeburg.
Player Of The Month
After a poor start to the season, right back Herbert Paul has managed to find a rich vein of form to be named 1860 Munich’s player of the month for October, proving vital in the clubs defensive efforts.
The 25-year-old German arrived at the club in the 2018/19 season on a free transfer, playing 46 matches for 1860 Munich so far.
After picking up an ankle injury last month, the 19-year-old Greilinger has now suffered a calf injury which will see him miss one to two weeks of action.
Currently dealing with a reoccurring hip complaint, Stefan Lex is not far from returning from injury, expecting to be available for selection in the fixture against MSV Duisburg.
The battle of Munich awaits as 1860 Munich face bitter rivals FC Bayern II to start the month before facing three mid-table clubs in MSV Duisburg, SV Waldhof Mannheim and Eintracht Braunschweig.
ScottT: Our form has certainly dropped a little bit since the start of the season, hoping we can be more consistent once we get through the large number of injuries we have had so far.
Imagine: Thanks, we are yet to take advantage of the partnership but that doesn't mean I haven't been looking