1: 3 in Mannheim! The shake-up at MSV Duisburg continues

The crisis in MSV Duisburg is about to begin. At Waldhof Mannheim, the Zebras lost 1: 3 (0: 3) on Monday night after a desolate first half.

The next missed match point, the next low blow, the next bitter disappointment for fans of the third division football team MSV Duisburg, who traveled with them. Monday night, supporters hung a banner with the words “Don’t be ashamed” on the fence of the Carl Benz Stadium. The Zebras lost with an incredible performance on SV Waldhof Mannheim with 1: 3 (0: 3). The zebras missed the early rescue. The tremor continues, the frustration increases, the pressure on those responsible rises.

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Mannheim – MSV 3: 1

Now MSV gets the next opportunity to score the three points that are still missing to stay up in the league on Saturday in the home game – on the penultimate day of the game – against SC Freiburg II. These are troubled days for the bosses. Due to the bankruptcy in Mannheim, the coaching discussion in Duisburg is gaining momentum again. Will Hagen Schmidt still sitting on the Duisburg bench on Saturday?

Schmidt made three changes in the starting lineup after the 6-0 debacle against TSV 1860 Munich. Marvin Bakalorz was given a chance to change things around. However, the reserve role for captain Moritz Stoppelkamp came as a surprise. Alaa Bakir played for the 35-year-old. Schmidt explained the change with training impressions. In addition, Stoppelkamp still has problems in the wake of his injury. In addition, Nicclas Stierlin replaced Kolja Pusch in the team. Moritz Stoppelkamp

Under the eyes of former Zebra coach Torsten Lieberknecht, who knocks on the door of the Bundesliga with SV Darmstadt 98, the hosts got off to a great start. In the eighth minute, Marcel Seegert scored from a corner to make it 1-0. Nothing new at MSV: The defensive behavior in this situation was underground. Six minutes later Stefano Russo got a shot from distance, MSV goalkeeper Leo Weinkauf saved to the corner. On the other hand, John Yeboah gave the first signal. SVW goalkeeper Timo Königsmann saved the shot from the corner of the penalty area.

From Duisburg’s point of view, it was not the first spark. Waldhof continued playing, Meidericherne barely found access. With 34 minutes played, the Duisburg coach decided a substitution may help turn the game around. Goal scorer Dominik Kother was able to dribble unhindered through midfield on the way to 2-0, Alaa Bakir just trotted behind. Marvin Knoll was late in the defense, Kother hit the net from 17 meters.

Two minutes later, there was almost a gift for MSV. Mannheim did attempt a finish, but from an awkward position, sending the ball into the away fans. With 41 minutes played, Yeboah put themselves up 0 – 1 after an attack from the right, caused by a defensive blunder.

It could have been the way back to the fight for MSV. Instead, the game for the guests was again marked by a debacle before the break. After a Schnatterer corner kick, Jesper Verlaat headed in to make it 3-0 in the 44th minute. Aziz Bouhaddouz, Vincent Gembalies and Marvin Knoll joined.

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The second half went without changes, only in the 55th minute Kolja Pusch (for John Yeboah) and Niko Bretschneider (for Leroy Kwadwo) came on the field. It was not until the 64th minute that Duisburg showed signs of life in the offensive. But Aziz Bouhaddouz, who received his fifth yellow card and is now suspended in the Freiburg match, was too cautious.

SV Waldhof Mannheim maintained their lead in the second round and occasionally exaggerated with nonchalance. Dominik Martinovic could have made it 4-0, but would like to dupe the defenseless opponent with a backwards goal.

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Instead, MSV scored six minutes before the end. Marvin Ajani sent the ball into the corner for 1: 3. Kolja Pusch even hit the crossbar in extra time. The fight was still not a close box.

From Duisburg’s side, it was – again – shameful.

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