Dynamo Dresden is making great strides towards a return to the 2nd Bundesliga. The leaders of the third division defeated SV Wehen Wiesbaden 1-0 (1-0) on Wednesday and now has a four-point lead over third-placed FC Ingolstadt, which despite almost 90 minutes of excess, was only 1-1 (0-0) ) at SC Verl.
Second is the former Bundesliga club Hansa Rostock, who was not in action on Wednesday. The team of coach Jens Härtel is also four points behind Dresden, but is ahead of Ingolstadt due to the better goal difference.
There is a larger gap of nine points behind the top trio. Fourth is 1860 Munich after a 0-0 win at VfB Lübeck. However, at the end of the season, the Lions have to hope that the competition will slip up in order to intervene again. In the basement of the table, KFC Uerdingen managed an important victory with a 4-0 (2-0) at SV Meppen and the jump to a non-relegation place.
Dresden took the lead after just twelve minutes thanks to Pascal Sohm. The FCI also seemed on course after an early red card against Verls Daniel Mikic (2nd) and the 1-0 by Filip Bilbija (48th). But Aygün Yildirim (76th) saved Verl the point.
Uerdingen made better use of its excess numbers. After Meppens Jeron Al-Hazaimeh (29th) saw the red card, Adriano Grimaldi (36th), Assani Lukimya (45th), Muhammed Kiprit (76th) and Rijad Kobiljar (84th) met.