Munich (dpa / lrs) – 1. FC Kaiserslautern suffered a setback in the battle for relegation on the 35th matchday of the 3rd soccer league. At the aspiring TSV 1860 Munich, the team of coach Marco Antwerp was completely deserved 0: 3 (0: 1) on Tuesday evening. After 31 minutes, the lions took a 1-0 lead. Richard Neudecker gave Matheo Raab, who was replacing Avdo Spahic, who was ill at short notice, in the FCK goal, no chance after a quick counterattack.
Shortly after the restart, Phillipp Steinhart converted a penalty from Raab to 2-0 (52nd). Steinhart also scored 3-0 after 69 minutes. In the six previous games, the Red Devils had not lost. The next very important game is already on the program for Lautern on Saturday: Then the FCK will receive the KFC Uerdingen in the Fritz-Walter-Stadion for a cellar duel.