Mainz did not go beyond a 1-1 draw with 1. FC Cologne. The omens were a victory for the FSV. However, 90 minutes showed that 1.
FSV Mainz 05 did not do justice to the role of the favorites.
25,500 spectators – or at least the heartthrob part of the home team – cheered Jonathan Burkhardt’s goal to make it 1-0 in the 41st minute. Stephen Baumgart of Cologne made a change early in the second half: Anthony Modest remained in the dressing room, Sebastian Anderson came in instead . Breakthrough progress in Mainz was tight. Ozkan tied the club a little later (47th place). Bo Svensson relied on a new staff and brought Anton Stach and Kevin Stoeger onto the field with a double substitution (60th place). With Ondrej Duda and Florian Kainz, Steffen Baumgart took two players from the starting line-up off the field in the 81st minute. They were replaced by Louis Schaub and Jan Tillmann. In the end, no one had the upper hand, so FSV and 1. FC Köln shared the points.
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In defense of 1. FSV Mainz 05, the wheels are locked in, so Mainz have only conceded 12 goals during the season so far. FSV has recorded a total of five wins, three draws and four defeats. Last time it went well for 1. FSV Mainz 05, which has been proven with eight points from the last five games.
Cologne currently has three wins, six draws and three defeats. The negative trend of the past matches also had an impact on the standings of the Rhine team. Guests are currently in twelfth place.
With this tie, Mainz missed the opportunity to distinguish himself from a direct competitor. But she fell in the table to eighth place.
FSV will compete at VfB Stuttgart on Friday 26 November 2021 at 8:30 PM. One day later (3:30 pm) 1. FC Köln welcomes Borussia Mönchengladbach.
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