Shortly afterwards Kilian Fischer prepared the 1-0 win for Türkgücü through Petar Sliskovic (15th).

A template from Hassan Amin reached Lars Bünning, who scored to equalize (41.).

Shortly before the half-time whistle, Furkan Kircicek Meppen shocked when he scored the opening goal for Türkgücü Munich with the help of Fischer (43.).

Türkgücü had a tight lead on the slip for the break.

Coach Torsten Frings wanted to bring his team's game forward and replaced the more defensive Bünning with the more offensive Hilal Bassam El-Helwe (63.).

Alexander Sorge entered the goalscorer list in the 70th minute of the game.

From the 76th minute, Mounir Bouziane Türkgücü, who was substituted for Sliskovic, enriched Munich in forward gear.

A few minutes later, Alexander Schmidt took Kircicek off the field and relied on the qualities of Nico Gorzel (83rd).

Gorzel provided a comfortable lead after a pass from Sercan Sararer to make it 4-1 in favor of Türkgücü (91st).

A strong performance enabled the guests to win against SVM on Wednesday.

SV Meppen is currently in the lower half of the table: 13th place.

With the success in the bag, Türkgücü Munich slipped forward in the ranking and now occupies eighth place in the table.

Due to the clear success over Meppen, Türkgücü is still on the upswing.


Both teams have taken six wins so far this season.

Both teams can expect a game break of several weeks.

The SVM will continue when 1. FC Saarbrücken is a guest on January 9th, 2021.

Türkgücü Munich receives SG Dynamo Dresden two days later.

This article was created automatically by our partner Retresco based on game data.