Sports: Mannheim throws second division Kiel from the Cup

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third-division soccer team Waldhof Mannheim in a cup thriller, the favorite second division club Holstein Kiel has thrown out the competition.

Mannheim wirft Zweitligist Kiel aus dem Pokal © provided by Sport1.de Mannheim Throws second division Kiel from the Cup

Football third division Waldhof Mannheim has thrown the favorite second division club Holstein Kiel out of the competition in a cup thriller. In front of 12,000 spectators in the Carl-Benz Stadium, the host prevailed 5: 3 in a penalty shootout and reached the second round for the second time in a row. After 120 minutes it was 0-0.

Mannheim's Fridolin Wagner converted the last penalty. The Kiel Marvin Schulz had previously set his shot over the goal. Kiel, still a semi -finalist in the 2020/21 season, failed for the first time since 2015 in round one.

In a lively first half with chances on both sides, Mannheim delivered a duel at eye level from the start in the league that was still unbeaten in the league. Only after the break did the encounter flatten and lived more and more of the tension.

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