TSV 1860 Munich, on the eve of a major trophy, gave a bitter knockout to the outgoing Bundesliga club FC Schalke 04. In the battle of the traditional football clubs, the Third Division team beat the Favorites 1-0 (1-0) on Tuesday evening in front of 15,000 spectators at the Grünwalder Stadium. “Berlin, Berlin, we’re going to Berlin,” sang the excited 1860s fans.
It was the only big surprise In part one of the second round of the DFB Cup. In other duels, the smaller against the larger, the results are more or less relevant.
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SC Freiburg took the last sixteen with some dizziness. Freiburg needed a penalty shoot-out against third division club VfL Osnabrück, which they won 3-2 with three saves by goalkeeper Benjamin Uphoff. They definitely looked like winners after Vincenzo Griffo’s opening goal. But in the seventh minute of stoppage time, the first division team equalized 1: 1 after a corner by Lucas Kukanik. In extra time, Freiburg trailed by a goal from Sebastian Klaas, who was able to equalize shortly before the end through Kevin Schlotterbeck.
RB Leipzig beat regional league club SV Babelsberg 1-0. TSG Hoffenheim benefited by two own goals, 5-1 (2-0) on home soil against the Holstein hinge. First, Johannes van den Berg maneuvered the ball over the line (3rd). After 31 minutes, Captain Hugh Wall’s attempt to clarify the situation failed. After Bill Keel scored, Angelo Stiller (59th), Munas Dupper (72nd) and Jacob Brown Larson (84th) scored clear wins for Hoffenheim.
In Dortmund, Ingolstadt had a long lead of 0-0
Borussia Dortmund faced a little more trouble against Second Division Bottom FC Ingolstadt at their home ground, which was poorly occupied with 25,813 spectators. The guests were 0-0 up against BVB for a long time. Thorgan Hazard scored 1-0 until the 72nd minute, and ten minutes later Belgium equalized 2-0 (0-0).
“When you see how happy Dortmund fans were, it meant we did a good job,” said Ingolstadt coach Andre Schubert. “We did it very patiently and cunningly, and caused a lot of trouble for Dortmund.”
HSV won on penalties
In the fight between the two first division clubs Mainz 05 and Arminia Bielefeld, Marcus Ingwarden won the Mines 3-2 five minutes before the end of extra time. In the battle between the two second division clubs 1. FC Nürnberg and Hamburger SV beat HSV 1-1 after regular time and 4-2 on penalties after extra time.
In Munich, the decisive goal for the Sixties fell in the fifth minute. It was Stephen Lex who brought his team to the 16th round. Schalke’s defender Malik Diao’s red card for putting an emergency break against Lex also helped the third division win. The guest file is worthy and self-created. Schalke coach Dimitrios Grammos served after the defeat: “We missed the start. With ten we had good chances, but the ball didn’t go inside. (dpa / Tsp)