3rd football league
Würzburg (dpa) – A last minute goal from the penalty spot gave the Würzburg kickers a happy ending in the exciting season finale of the 3rd division.
The Francs secured 2: 2 (1: 1) against Halleschen FC the second place in the table behind champion FC Bayern II, who is not allowed to advance, and for Eintracht Braunschweig. Last year, FC Ingolstadt relegated in the relegation after the 2-0 (0-0) over TSV 1860 Munich. In the table basement Chemnitzer FC missed the save despite a 4-2 (0-0) against Hansa Rostock and has to go down.
Wurzburg goalscorer Sebastian Schuppan couldn’t hold back his tears: “I came here three years ago, we had the goal to climb up. Now the mission is over.” Kickers coach Michael Schiele was also overjoyed in the interview with Magentasport: “Schuppi is still correct, which is a script for the season,” said the coach. “The whole club deserved a great feeling, especially the team.”
Schuppan scored with a penalty in the third minute of extra time and also set a new record: the most dangerous defender in the league has now managed to advance with four different clubs.
Until late in injury time, it looked like Ingolstadt was on the rise. In the end, the goals of Maximilian Beister and Dennis Eckert Ayensa were not enough for the Schanzern. Nevertheless, the team of coach Tomas Oral can continue to hope. The FCI will be able to play relegation games against Division 16 next week. 1. Deny FC Nürnberg, who are former Bundesliga clubs MSV Duisburg (4-0 against SpVgg Unterhaching) and Hansa Rostock (2: 4 against Chemnitzer FC) and 1860 Munich missed.
Braunschweig had already secured their ticket to the House of Commons on match day 37 and suffered a 3: 4 (1: 3) defeat at the end of the season at SV Meppen, which included the adoption of trainer Christian Neidhart. Third division champions Bayern II (0: 1 to 1. FC Kaiserslautern) are not allowed to play in the second division as second representatives of the Bundesliga champions.
The victory over Rostock did not help Chemnitz, the Saxons rise by 44 points from 38 games because of the goal difference worse than table 17. in the regional league. The FSV Zwickau has the class for this. The Joe Enochs team benefited from a strong final sprint and a goalless draw at SV Waldhof Mannheim.
FC Carl Zeiss Jena also said goodbye with a 1: 0 (0: 0) victory against the relegated SG Sonnenhof Großaspach from the 3rd division.