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Bayern Campus Update: Mixed bag for Bayern Munich U19s and U17s

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Both teams played in games this weekend featuring blowouts.

FC Bayern Munich U19 v FC Olympiacos U19 - UEFA Youth League Photo by TF-Images/Getty Images

Bayern U19s drop five on Kickers Offenbach

Martin Demichelis and Danny Schwarz’s side nabbed a goal just before halftime and then laid the wood to Kickers Offenbach in the second half on the way to a 5-1 route.

Malik Tillman finished a ball from Ryan Johansson to put Bayern up 1-0 just before the halftime break. The Bavarians came out of the locker room to start the second half on fire, and Marvin Cuni scored two goals in quick succession (48th and 49th minutes) to give Bayern a big 3-0 lead.

Oliver Batista-Meier added two more goals, while Offenbach managed only a consolation prize thanks to Felix Schütz.

Bayern XI: Schneller - Waidner, Daniliuc, Arrey-Mbi, Mihaljevic (46. Kehl) - Booth (71. Lawrence) – Cuni (71. Halbich), Mosandl, Tillman, Johansson (67. Timossi Andersson) - Batista-Meier

Bayern Munich are now in second place in the A-Junioren Bundesliga Süd/Südwest table, one point behind leaders Mainz.


Bayern U17s get clobbered by Augsburg

Miroslav Klose’s U17 team got off on the wrong foot against Augsburg and never found any stability in a massive 7-1 loss against Augsburg on Saturday.

Franjo Ivanovic had a first half brace and Paul Schemat added another to give Augsburg the 3-0 halftime lead. Instead of Bayern coming out hot to start the second half, Ivanovic completed his hat trick almost as soon as the half began.

Jamal Musiala pulled one back for Bayern in the 51st minute to make it 4-1. It didn’t mean too much, though. Schemat would grab his second of the match and Xaver Kroll added a brace of his own late.

Bayern XI: Schenk – Brückner, Denk (46. Aydin), Morrison, Brekner – Krätzig (68. Mamedova), Neziri (46. Aitamer), Fust (68. Wenig) – Kabadayi, Musiala, Motika

Despite the loss, Bayern still sit in third place in the B-Junioren Bundesliga Süd/Südwest, six points behind leaders Mainz; however, Augsburg jumped up into fourth place, one point behind Bayern.

This is certainly one that Klose and company want to forget.