Shortly afterwards, Mirko Boland prepared the 1-0 for VfB through Yannick Deichmann (35th).

Joe Enochs from FSV Zwickau made a change at the restart: Julius Reinhardt stayed in the dressing room, Leon Jensen came in for him.

At the final whistle of the first half, VfB Lübeck had played a narrow lead.

Manfred Starke replaced Can Coskun on the offensive and should provide an exclamation point (61st).

In the 64th minute, Ronny König equalized after an assist from Jensen.

After submission by Morris Schröter, Starke had Zwickau's second goal follow (84th).

Finally, the hosts got the big points against the direct relegation competitor and celebrated a 2-1 victory.

The FSV improves its rather poor balance and now has a total of five wins, three draws and seven bankruptcies.

Lübeck has now had to admit defeat nine times this season.

The four wins and four draws on the credit side show that the outlook is not particularly reassuring.

The sporting misery - in the last six games the guest didn't manage to win a single game - resulted in a crash in the tableau.

Currently, the team of trainer Rolf Martin Landerl is only 18th.


In this six-point game, one’s joy was the other’s sorrow.

While FSV Zwickau said goodbye to the relegation zone and climbed to 16th place, VfB fell into the red area to 18th place.

While Zwickau receives FC Ingolstadt 04 next Wednesday, VfB Lübeck will face SV Waldhof Mannheim on the same day.

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