Both teams started the game cautiously.

Neither of them had scoring chances in the early stages.

Shortly afterwards, Marco Schuster prepared the 1-0 win for SV Waldhof Mannheim through Dominik Martinovic (25th).

At the break, the SVW held a wafer-thin leadership.

Coach Rolf Martin Landerl wanted to bring his team's game forward and replaced the more defensive Sven Mende with the more offensive Martin Röser (76th).

Patrick Glöckner slowed down with the substitution of Jan Just, Mohamed Gouaida left the pitch (92nd).

Ultimately, VfB failed to recover from the deficit they suffered in the first half during the course of the game.

In the end, Mannheim was the team that scored three points.

Due to the defeat, the hosts are still behind.

The VfB Lübeck is now on a direct relegation place.

Lübeck continues to receive hard-working defeats, the number of which now adds up to ten.

Otherwise there are four wins and four draws on the balance sheet.

After the seventh game in a row without a threesome, VfB is passed down.

Waldhof has only scored nine points away from home.

The guest is currently in the lower half of the table: twelfth place.

SV Waldhof Mannheim recorded a total of five wins, seven draws and five defeats.

After four games without a win, Mannheim is back on the road to success.


Both teams usually do not have a solid defense: an average of 1.82 goals conceded by Waldhof are compared to 1.56 at VfB Lübeck.

In the current game, however, for a change, the former managed not to allow a goal.

Lübeck welcomes FC Hansa Rostock as their next opponent on Saturday.

SV Waldhof Mannheim will be challenged again on Sunday when they appear at KFC Uerdingen 05.

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