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Bayern Campus Update: Musiala called up for U19s win; U17s cough up late equalizer; Frauen II enter winter break with draw

The first halves of everyone’s season are winding down, so we bring you news happenings around the Campus.

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U19s top Augsburg thanks to Batista-Meier

Oliver Batista-Meier scored a goal in each half to lead Bayern Munich U19s past Augsburg 2-0 over the weekend in the final match of 2019 in the A-Junioren Bundesliga Süd/Südwest.

In a big surprise, U17 player Jamal Musiala made the jump up to the U19s for this game, playing the entire second half. The 16 year old has been shining so far this year with the U17s so the additional run-out with the U19s means they see something in him.

Bayern XI: Schneller - Kehl, Daniliuc, Arrey-Mbi, Waidner - Tillman, Booth (83. Lawrence), Herrmann (69. Halbich) - Batista-Meier, Cuni (46. Musiala), Johansson (77. Timossi Andersson)

The win moves Bayern U19s up into sole possession of second place in the table. It’s an incredibly tight race at the top: Stuttgart 33 points, Bayern 32 points, Mainz 31 points, and Hoffenheim 30 points.

That was the final league match for Bayern U19s. They’ll return to the field in league play on February 2 against Kaiserslautern. In the meantime, they have one more match to play this week against Tottenham in the UEFA Youth League.


U17s split the points with Wehen Wiesbaden

After goals in the opening 28 minutes from Lucas Copado and Roman Reinelt, it looked like it would be an easy day at the office for Bayern Munich U17s; however, Wehen Wiesbaden would storm back, including a goal at the death, to force a draw.

With Bayern thinking they had Wiesbaden rocked from the early goals, Amin Farouk nabbed one back in the 33rd minute to make it close before halftime. Then, with time ticking away in the 80th minutes, Rafed Matmati banged home the equalizer to send Miroslav Klose home sad.

Bayern XI: Schenk – Reinelt, Morrison, Marusic (41. Fust), Janitzek – Brückner, Neziri – Aitamer (75. Vidovic), Wenig, Motika – Copado (80. Aydin)

After 16 games, Bayern U17s sit third in the table with 35 points. Hoffenheim lead the way with 40 points, followed by Mainz with 38 points.

In the final match for Bayern U17s before they head off for the winter break, they will host table-toppers Hoffenheim. It’s going to be a big clash and a massive three points before the teams pack it in for the winter months.


Frauen II draw with FFC Frankfurt II

Bayern Munich Frauen II grabbed a late equalizer to earn a 1-1 draw with FFC Frankfurt II over the weekend in their final match of the first half of the season. Celine Karich scored the opener for Frankfurt II in the 48th minute putting Bayern II behind. Then, in the 80th minute, Lilian Huber found the tying goal to take a point back to Munich.

Once again, the match served as an opportunity for Simone Boye Sørensen to continue to regain her fitness after returning from an injury.

Bayern XI: Grohs — Kappes, Sorensen (62. Woldmann), Huber, Weiß — Kögel, Donhauser, Köster, Pfluger — Weber (56. Ugochukwu), Corley

The point leaves Bayern Frauen II down in 6th place in the table with 20 points. Werder Bremen are running away with the 2.Frauen Bundesliga this season with 36 points and are looking to return to the top flight after being relegated last season.

Bayern Frauen II will now head off for their winter break. They will return to the field on February 23 when they host Arminia Bielefeld.


Frauen U17s

Bayern Munich Frauen U17 side are already off on their winter break. They will return to the field on February 29 when they take on VfL Sindelfingen.