After Bayern II beat 1860 in the mini-Munich derby, Tobias Schweinsteiger scaled a fence to lead fans in song http://t.co/zG6Uu89QtN— 101 Great Goals (@101greatgoals) August 7, 2013
After Bayern II beat 1860 II, Tobias Schweinsteiger took it upon himself to lead the supporters in a song.
Our own Ryan Cowper wrote about the result here.
Yesterday, in front of over 10,000 spectators at the Grünwalder Stadion, the Bayern reserves defeated their Bavarian derby opponents 2-0. With the loss of Hojbjerg, ten Hag opted to use Alessandro Schöpf in the single pivot of his 4-1-4-1 and according to reports, the young Austrian played well while the Bayern squad had trouble finishing in the final third. This has seemed to become a theme for the reserve squad as all three matches this week were marred by this problem. This match required 20 yard strikes from right back Benno Schmitz and from CM substitute Ylli Sallahi to put the Bavarians over top their München counterparts.
I always love seeing a player climb the fence and lead the supporters like that, especially after another victory. FCB2 are just rolling in the Regionalliga right now.