Even if this title would not bring them anything, the championship in the Bayernliga Süd is still possible for the FC Ingolstadt II who was not entitled to promotion after the 36th matchday.
- no decision in the three -way battle for the promotion relegation
- Hallbergmooser height flight continues
The foundation stone laid the Käs-Elf abroad with the very descent-threatened TSV Dachau. After two defeats in a row, the little Schanzern in Dachau managed a dream start. Within two minutes, captain Michael Senger doppel (8th/10th) and calmed the minds early. With the two-goal lead in the luggage, Ingolstadt subsequently managed the game and only occasionally came to dangerous goal area scenes.
In the course of this, the connection goal for 1-2 by Daniel Leugner, who heralded an exciting final phase, fell in the final phase. Ultimately, however, the home side could no longer tear the helm around and the Ingolstadt residents’ 2-1 away win remained.
Whether it will be really exciting in the fight for the master bowl, the professional reserve has even in hand when the class leader Hankofen-Hailing, which feathers in the 1-1 against Ismaning and the distance to the distance FCI melted on six points and will be a guest in the coming week.
no decision in the three -way battle for the promotion relegation
Anyone who could follow the SpVgg Hankofen-Hailing through the relegation to the regional league should probably only decide on the last matchday. Both the SV Donaustauf, SSV Jahn Regensburg II and SV Kirchanschöring ran out of narrow victories and thus still have realistic promotion opportunities. The SV Donaustauf turned a guest at Turkspor Augsburg through the goals of Idrizovic (61.), Grauschopf (65th) and Özlokman (87th) a 0-1 deficit in a 3: 1 and thus defended third place.
Little Jahn, who prevailed 2-1 at FC Gundelfingen, is still close behind. Meanwhile, Kirchanchöring has to hope for two SV Donaustauf Knappers in order to have a say in the promotion race. After the narrow 1-0 win in Pullach, the distance to the longed-for third place in the table is four points.
Hallbergmooser height flight continues
VfB Hallbergmoos remains the team of the hour in the basement. While Pullach and Dachau had two direct relegation competitors empty and the game between Wasserburg and Schwabmünchen had been canceled at short notice, VfB remained against FC Deisenhofen for the fifth time in a row at the start of the 36th matchday and continues to be defeat Chance of direct relegation.
In a committed duel between both teams, the guests caught the better start and took the lead early through Bachhuber (7th). But the home side, which they had earned in the past few weeks, was also noticeable and so after around half an hour the deserved equalizer hit fell. It went back and forth. While Hallbergmoos was repeatedly unconcentrated, especially in the last third, the efficiency of the guests was remarkable that evening. Daniel Luksch came to an end in minute 38 and got the narrow break for the guests.
After the change of sides, the home side tore the helm around again against an extremely sleepy FCD back team. At first, a Werner flat shot hit the long corner (49th), just a few minutes later the match winner was again. This time Werner came to the ball after a fatal bad pass from the Deisenhofen defensive and served Diranko, who pushed the ball over the line for the ultimately all-important 3-2 winning goal (55.).
TSV Kottern can also continue to dream of direct relegation. Against Schwaben Augsburg, the Günes-Elf prevailed 2-1, but is still in 14th place. VfR Garching missed an important step towards relegation when it comes to giving the Junglöwen. A decision in the relegation battle can only be mentioned on the last matchday. All teams are still in acute relegation risk of eleventh downwards.