Sandhausen - Ten-man 1860 Munich managed to grind out a goalless draw against SV Sandhausen on Matchday 23 as both sides further cemented their mid-table positions.

The hosts wasted little time in getting themselves out the blocks and looked likeliest to break the deadlock as Gabor Kiraly was forced to produce a fine save to tip Simon Tüting's header over the bar. At the other end Yuya Osako squandered a chance to strike against the run of play on the counter before Kiraly was once again called upon to keep the scores level at the break, throwing himself at full stretch to turn Denis Linsmayer's effort away from danger.

There was little change in the second half with Sandhausen posing the Lions all sorts of problems at the back as Nicky Adler was twice denied by Kiraly. Things then went from bad to worse for the visitors when Kai Bülow picked up two bookable offences inside five minutes, allowing the hosts to throw the kitchen sink at 1860 during the closing stages. However, in a game between the league's two lowest-scoring sides it came as no surprise that both teams struggled to convert their chances, with 1860 far the happier of the two to accept a point for their efforts.

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