Kaiserslautern - A frustrating first-half gave way to a one-sided second-half for 1. FC Kaiserslautern as they ran out 3-0 victors over a tired TSV 1860 Munich.

In a dominant first-half display the hosts had the ball in the net from one of their seven corners through centre-half Jan Simunek but Mohamadou Idrissou was adjudged offside in the build-up. A goal would have been just reward for Kaiserslautern’s 17 shots and 63 percent of possession, but Idrissou was wasteful up front, and Gabor Kiraly steadfast in the 1860 goal.

Kaiserslautern did make the most of their dominance in the second-half, as after 51 minutes Marcel Gaus was allowed acres of space in the 1860 box before controlling a cross from deep and volleying home for the opening goal. That goal opened the floodgates, as substitute Simon Zoller hit a second in the 75th minute, before Idrissou eventually got in on the act to seal the points with ten minutes remaining.

The win pushes Kaiserslautern into sixth position, one place ahead of 1860 Munich in seventh.

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