Promotion candidate 1860 Munich did not get more than 2-2 in the city derby against the second team from FC Bayern Munich. Then Löwen striker Sascha Mölders attacked his opponent Maximilian Welzmüller with clear words.
“In the game he just ran into a wall and threw himself on the floor – I’ve never seen that in my life,” said Mölders at MagentaSport.
Then the goalscorer really picked up speed to make it 1-1: “My son is eleven years old, when I push him, he stops. But he runs against me and starts to howl like a little schoolboy. And now the big one Eat like the press officer. But they’ll get the receipt on the last day of the match! “
The 36-year-old had already clashed with Welzmüller during the game, which resulted in a verbal exchange of blows. “It was clear that this would not be a friendly game. There was a lot going on for both teams,” said coach Michael Köllner.
While the Löwen can move into the relegation for the 2nd Bundesliga on the last matchday with a win against FC Ingolstadt, the Bayern amateurs are dependent on the mistakes of the competition in the fight against relegation. “All the more surprising that Bayern played so destructively and defensively here. I don’t know whether it will work out that they can hold the league with one point here. For them it was actually about getting three points need, “said Köllner.