1860 Munich: Despite Corona chaos, the lions get a point in Halle – football

Away, the Lions simply cannot win anymore.

The corona chaos at 1860 Munich was also noticeable at 1: 1 (1: 0) in Halle.

In addition to Kevin Goden (22) who tested positive, Yannick Deichmann, Quirin Moll, Phillipp Steinhart and Keanu Staude were also absent on Sunday. It is not known whether the players have no or not yet a full vaccination status.

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Trainer Michael Köllner (51) also stewed in front of the TV in Munich, with the Löwen Coach full vaccination protection will only be achieved in the coming days.

Bus search in hall before the game

Bizarre: While the Munich health department Köllner allowed the away trip under strict conditions, the authorities in Halle decided that the head coach is not allowed to enter the stadium.

Even the lion’s bus was carefully checked by law enforcement officers in front of the stadium. Not that the trainer is there after all. Crazy!

“I’ve never seen anything like it in 600 games in several countries. I then politely took the folder, who could not present a 3-G certificate, off the bus, ”said sports director Günther Gorenzel (49) at“ Magenta TV ”. Halle’s sports boss Ralf Minge countered: “The fact is, our coaching team was vaccinated on the first day of training. I think it’s almost irresponsible that this vaccination status prevails there with the trainer. “

The square was also chaotic.

The converted Löwen started well, but Halles Jan Löhmannsröben came after a corner to head the ball – 1-0 (13th). A Lex hit (18th) did not count due to offside, then Halle striker Terrence Boyd saw red after handball (29th). But captain Sascha Mölders (36) could not use the penalty to equalize, keeper Sven Müller parried the weak penalty shot. Lang also forgave after a Neudecker free kick.

As is so often the case, the lions didn’t take their chances! But then Daniel Wein (27) celebrated his comeback after a forced break of four months (Achilles tendon strain)! Eight minutes after coming on, the defensive midfielder withdrew from the second row – 1-1. Despite constant pressure and the better chances, it was only enough for one point in the end. The fifth draw in the eighth game.

Point saver Daniel Wein: “These are two lost points. The last punch was missing. When you’re outnumbered for so long, it’s just annoying. “

Gorenzel protects his team: “Under these circumstances it was a decent away game.”