Munich - TSV 1860 München came from behind to record their first points on home soil this season in a 1-1 draw with SV Darmstadt 98.

The visitors, whose first three games at this level had seen them emerge unbeaten, began ominously against an 1860 side lacking in confidence. Summer signing Tobias Kempe was busy down the flank as the hosts lost possession with worrying regularity. Their sloppiness was punished when Dominik Stroh-Engel bundled home from close-range on the half-hour mark, and it could have been worse before the break had Hanno Behrens taken one of his two chances.

The hosts, however, emerged a competely different side after the restart, clearly galvanised by coach Ricardo Moniz's teamtalk. Ten minutes into the second half, Rubin Okotie levelled the scores with his fourth goal in as many games, and although Yannick Stark and Behrens traded late efforts from distance, neither side could find a winner.

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