Status: 02/13/2021 9:11 pm
Hansa Rostock came to a 0-0 on Saturday in third division promotion competitor 1860 Munich. After the last five victories in a row, the Mecklenburgers delivered a weak footballing performance.
Outnumbered, the guests saved third place in the table from the “lions”, who are one point behind the “cog”. Rostock’s winless series against the top 5 teams in the league continues: Only two points have so far jumped out of duels against direct competitors – both draws against 1860 Munich.
Sonnenberg steps forward in the direction
It may be that people tend to overreact in pressure situations. But why Hansa’s Sven Sonnenberg said he would leave the good spirits in Mecklenburg in the top game of the third division remains his secret. 20 seconds were played when the central defender of the guests slashed his legs from behind in the center circle in such a clumsy manner that the inclined viewer asked himself how much one can actually misunderstand “making a mark”.
No flow of the game and a lot of fouls
What followed after that was a constant kick and roar on the pitch, until referee Jonas Weickenmeier came up with the glorious idea in the 20th minute to hand out a yellow card. Not for Sonnenberg, however, but for “Sechzger” Daniel Wein. Hansa’s defender was only due after his third foul in the 27th minute, his fifth during the season. So next Saturday he is missing in the home game against Waldhof Mannheim.
The bar hit by Munich’s Stephan Salger in the 23rd minute should not be kept secret at this point. The only notable offensive action of the first round. After that, both teams continued to hunt for their legs instead of the ball.
Verhoek flies, Hansa tries to control
Coach Jens Härtel swapped the heavily yellow-red endangered Sonnenberg for Jan Löhmannsröben at halftime, so that the Mecklenburgers end the game with the “Löwen” with eleven players. But “gray, dear friend, is all theory, and life’s golden tree is green”, as it already says in Goethe’s Faust, first part. John Verhoek received a yellow card for complaining in the first round and received the traffic light card after an unnecessary foul (49th). Hansa got on the defensive on the pitch. Mölders (54th) and the ex-Rostock Merveille Biankadi (57th) both had the 1860 leadership on their feet.
The n Hansa touched concrete. Not a single clear scoring chance for the Mecklenburgers was recorded until the final whistle, but they in turn stood up to the strongest storm in the league when they were short. As the season progressed, the hosts ran out of ideas against the defensive bulwark on the coast, and the principle of chance was trusted. And that almost led to success. A cross landed on Mölders’ slipper, whose shot Markus Kolke was just able to parry – the last upset in a weak top game.
Matchday 24, 02/13/2021 2:00 p.m.
Hiller – Willsch, Salger, Erdmann, P. Steinhart – Wein – Neudecker (75th Greilinger), Dressel (64th Tallig), Biankadi – Lex (90th Knöferl), Mölders
Kolke – Neidhart, Sonnenberg (46th Löhmannsröben), Roßbach, Scherff – Rother (71st Swede), BB Bahn – Omladic (79th Daedlow), Rhein (79th Farrona Pulido), Türpitz (64th Breier) – Verhoek
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VIDEO: 1860 Munich – Hansa Rostock: The whole game (112 min)
VIDEO: Hansa Rostock: Only one draw against 1860 Munich (2 min)
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