Initial reactions and observations
- Jeong is such a great player. It’s a shame his move to Freiburg didn’t work out, but maybe he’ll get a second chance in the top flight next season. 2 assists make him the MotM.
- Wriedt continues his consistent run of form in the league with yet another goal. Bayern will miss him next season when he moves to Willem II.
- Chris Richards had a good game at the back, solid defensively with no noticeable mistakes. Nothing more to report on that front.
- Derrick Kohn really had a great game. Wearing the #27 shirt, he actually looked like an Alaba regen out there. In any other club, he might have made the first team by now — unfortunately, Bayern are set at left back.
FT: Bayern II 2-1 1860 Munich.
78’: GOAL! Tillman makes it 2-1! Second assist for Jeong.
65’: Substitution, Malik Tillman comes on for Musiala.
61’: Substitution, Dajaku comes on for Kuhn.
45’: Second half kicks off!
45’+1: GOAL! Wriedt scores the equalizer! Wonderful assist by Jeong.
33’: Sascha Molders scores to put 1860 up by a goal. Shame for Bayern, they’ve had the better chances.
Kickoff: We're underway in Munich!
One hour until kickoff: We have lineups!
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Everyone loves a good, old fashioned Munich Derby. They especially love it when it’s a Munich Derby between Bayern Munich and 1860 Munich. Well, we’re going to give you Bayern II, but it’s still 1860’s first team!
Heading into Matchday 35, Bayern II sat at the very top of the 3.Liga table on 58 points, and 1860 were six points back grasping at straws for one of the promotion spots awarded to the 3.Liga. If Bayern II win today, it essentially kills 1860’s dream of getting back into the 2.Bundesliga for another season. Tuesday’s games pushed both Eintracht Braunschweig and Wurzburger Kickers ahead of Bayern II in the table, so if they want to stay in first place, they’ll need to take all three points in this one.
It’s Bayern time.
Location: Grunwalder Stadium, Munich, Germany
Time: 8:30 pm local time, 2:30 pm EST
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