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The drought ends in the FCM - Braunschweig is clearly ahead of fourth

The drought ends in the FCM – Braunschweig is clearly ahead of fourth

1. FC Magdeburg has finished the short dry period and can slowly cool the promotional champagne. Kaiserslautern and Braunschweig were also unharmed. On the other hand, the pursuers Saarbrücken and Mannheim threaten to lose contact. 1860 passed on a Sunday.

Top scorers at the weekend: Schuler Magdeburg, Neudecker von 1860 and Nicolau of Braunschweig.
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FCM has been waiting for a three-match triple – with the Türkgücü (1:2) match canceled for even four games. In the second leg match against Victoria Colin on Saturday afternoon, the league leaders reacted and halted their winning streak: in front of 20005 spectators, they won 4-2 and three offset points. Schuler (5th), Seca (13th) and Krembecki (35th) put Magdeburg on the path to victory early on; In the second round, Atik scored his 18th goal of the season (71) – thus closing the sack. For cosmetics produced by Victoria, Sonnheimer (41) and Lorch (89).

Magdeburg’s first stalker, Kaiserslautern, had already done his homework on Friday night. The Red Devils were not deterred by the ice chaos in Würzburg and won 2-1 over the Kickers.

Eintracht of Braunschweig, who is third by relegation, could not make up for his place on Saturday, but was only two points behind FCK. Nicolau (18th place) turned out to be the winner of Braunschweig’s 1-0 win in Wiesbaden.

There was no winner at Saarbrücken – 1860 goes by with difficulty

Also interesting from BTSV’s point of view: 1. FC Saarbrücken and Waldhof Mannheim drew (0-0) in an intense duel with the pursuers after Gunther Schmidt missed a controversial penalty in the 23rd minute. There are now six big points between third and fourth, which It is now occupied by Munich in 1860. On Sunday, the Lions were victorious in a big effort against the Freiburg Nine. After the Braun-Schumacher emergency brake, Neudecker scored a subsequent free kick, and Deichmann increased. SCF II reported that Kehrer was outnumbered before the break. The Munich team found success in the second round, with the feathers of the Freiburg player still seeing yellow and red.

Duisburg and Victoria Berlin have important triplets

MSV Duisburg earned a deserved 2-1 home win against Halle and tied with its direct opponent in the relegation battle on points (35). Both Bosch (19th) and Fleckstein (59th) put the Zebra in the lead, while Huth (25th) managed to break even with HFCs.

VICTORIA 1899 Berlin, threatened by relegation, scored a very important victory at the Signal Iduna Park in Dortmund. Benyamina scored the decisive goal in the 58th minute to make it 1-0 against the BVB reserve.

Havelse: 15 points behind with five games remaining

On the other hand, the adventure of the third Havells League must come to an end. The newcomer lost 3-0 to Zwickau and is 15 points behind with five games remaining.

A quick look at the thirty-third day

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