Bayern Munich continued their preseason on Tuesday with a 3-0 victory over Serie B side Brescia Calcio in Trentino. The match is the club's fourth friendly thus far this preseason, and it's their final action in Italy before departing back to Germany.
Pep put out a fairly regular lineup with the exception of Pierre Emile Hojbjerg playing in the holding roll of the 4-1-4-1 formation. The full lineup was Neuer; Lahm (Rafinha), Boateng (Schmitz), Van Buyten (Kirchhoff), Alaba (Contento); Hojbjerg (Can); Shaqiri (Green), Müller (Weiser), Kroos (Schöpf), Ribery (Weihrauch); Mandzukic (Pizarro).
The club had to take the field without Arjen Robben as the Dutch international trained with the fitness coach on the sideline since just joining camp in recent days. The club didn't really need him on the day and won 3-0. The goals were scored by Thomas Müller, Toni Kroos, and Jan Kirchhoff.
Bayern will now head back to Munich in order to prepare for a friendly against SG Sonnenhof Großaspach on Saturday.
Did you watch the match against Brescia? What were your thoughts?