BERLIN (AP) — Eintracht Frankfurt coach Oliver Glasner’s debut ended with his team knocked out in the first round of the German Cup by third-tier Waldhof Mannheim on Sunday.
Two goals early in the second half gave Waldhof a 2-0 win over Frankfurt, which had defender Martin Hinteregger sent off for a second yellow card with just under half an hour to play.
Wolfsburg, Glasner’s former side, needed extra time to beat fourth-division side Preußen Münster 3-1.
Both Cologne and Mainz required penalty shootouts to get past fourth-tier opposition. Cologne won 4-2 at Carl Zeiss Jena, and Mainz prevailed 8-7 over Elversberg.
Davie Selke’s injury-time goal gave Hertha Berlin a 1-0 win at third-division Meppen, while city rival Union Berlin also progressed thanks to Max Kruse’s first-half strike in a 1-0 victory over third-division Türkgücü Munich.
Schalke, which was relegated from the Bundesliga last season, survived a scare before beating fifth-tier Villingen 4-1.
Also, Fortuna Düsseldorf beat Oldenburg 5-0, and Jahn Regensburg won 3-0 against Rot-Weiß Koblenz.
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