3. League Sports day

TSV Havels – TSV 1860 München

DSV Havells - DSV 1860 Munich: Havels - Jaishke not enough to score two goals in Division 3

DSV Havells – DSV 1860 Munich: Havels – Jaishke not enough to score two goals in Division 3

Source: Sportplatz Media

An exciting game played by DSV Havels and DSV 1860 Munich ended 2: 3. The surprise was not fulfilled, so Howells failed.

D.He scored the game’s first goal of 1860 for Munich. However, this was only possible with the help of TSV Havels as the unfortunate Tobias Folster pushed the ball into his own net (8th). Marcel Barr increased the lead to 2-0 from 1860 32 minutes later. Guests had a guided tour during the break. In the resume Rüdiger Ziehl von Havelse made a change: Niklas Tasky stayed in the dressing room, Yannik Jaeschke came for him. Jashke scored the team’s first goal in the 51st minute. Merveille Biankadi dropped the ball 3-1 (56th). In the 69th minute, Michael Colner alternately sent Richard Newtecker and Stephen Lex double substitutes Marius Wilts and Keane Stott to the field. With Bär and Biankadi, Michael Köllner picked up two players from the starting line-up in the 80th minute. They were replaced by Fabian Crailinger and Quirin Mol. Jashke scored a double hundred with 2: 3 – but that did not change anything about the defeat (85th). After referee Swingers (Travemunde) finished the match, TSV 1860 Munich celebrated three points against TSV Havels.

Havells has now scored 38 goals – more than any other team in the 3rd division. TSV Havells is currently in the bottom half of the table: 20th. Havells’ strength is attacking – a total of 14 goals scored. Now TSV Havells had to concede defeat twelve times this season. Three wins and two draws on the credit side show that the outlook is not particularly promising. Havells have conceded a number of points in the last five games and have conceded just one.

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With the success of the bag, Munich advanced in the rankings in 1860 and is now ninth in the table. Five wins, eight draws and three defeats contribute to the Lions’ snapshot. The guests recently met expectations and recorded ten points from the last five games.

TSV Havells will be guests at VfL Osnabrück on Sunday (2:00 pm). Tuesday 1860 Welcomes SV Waldhof Mannheim.

This article was automatically created by our partner Redresco based on game data.

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