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1860 Munich 1-1 Bayern Munich II: Bayern survive 1860 onslaught to take a point

The Munich Derby ends in a disappointing draw.

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Bayern Muenchen II v SpVgg Unterhaching - 3. Liga Photo by Sebastian Widmann/Getty Images for DFB

FT: Bayern Munich II survive the game with a draw. Christian Fruchtl deserves MotM for all the saves he made — but the ease with which 1860 Munich managed to create chances will definitely worry coach Sebastian Hoeness.

85’: It’s been all 1860 this half. Bayern will be lucky to get away with a draw.

67’: Bayern concede the equalizer ...

55’: 10 minutes into the second half and Fruchtl has had to make 3 huge saves. Not a great start for Bayern II.

45’: Second half kicks off!

HT: Halftime. Bayern lead 1-0 courtesy of a penalty from Wriedt.

40’: 1860 striker Sascha Molders gets a yellow card. The blue side of Munich have been getting increasingly frustrated.

25’: Penalty! Derrick Kohn tripped just inside the box, referee Steinhaus awards a penalty. Wriedt converts from the spot.

20’: No goals yet, but both teams are probing. Mikael Cuisance has been good so far, as has Leon Dajaku.

Kickoff: We’re underway!

One hour until kickoff: We have lineups!

It’s finally here — the Munich Derby. Now that Bayern Munich II play in the 3.Liga, they can finally face local rivals TSV 1860 Munich in a competitive game. Given that Bayern and 1860 are 13th and 14th place in the table respectively, this game will be huge for the fortunes of both teams this season.

Bayern have a plethora of young players ready and willing to perform against their cross town rivals, chief among them New Zealand midfielder Sarpreet Singh, who has been on fire for the amateurs this season.

It’s Bayern time.

Match Info

Location: Grünwalder Stadium, Munich, Germany

Time: 2:00 pm local time, 8 am EST

TV/streaming: According to Bayern, MagentaSport will be showing the derby for free — no registration required. Otherwise, we have the usual:, Find Your Country

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