No winner in the Bavarian Derby: 1860 Munchen and FC Ingolstadt have parted 1-1 (1-0) on the 33rd day of the 2nd League.
Munich (SID) - no winners in the Bavarian Derby: 1860 Munchen and FC Ingolstadt have parted 1-1 (1-0) on the 33rd day of the 2nd League. Daniel Halfar brought the Lions by leadership (31) free-kick, but the FCI built his series thanks to the hit of substitute Edson Buddle (61.) on now ten games without defeat.
From 28.100 spectators in the Munich Allianz Arena was for both teams only for football glory. Suitably relaxed and carefree the Bavarian opponents to works went, it developed into a lively game. Ingolstadt was initially dominant, while the German champions of 1966 to counter laid, but often was dangerous.
A foul from Marino Biliskov at Benjamin Lauth was preceded by Halfars hits. Halfar threatened across the ball from about 25 meters over the wall in the right corner of the goal for his second hit of the season. Then the game asleep, both teams being toted the break against.
Ingolstadt began in the second half of brisk, with the curious third goal of the season of winter access but also happiness Buddle. The Americans scored two lions, but then slipped out 16 meters front of the gate. In falling, he scored with links to the leg and produced as an arc lamp, which could not fend off Philipp Tschauner in 60-goal.