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Bayern Campus Update: Arrey-Mbi powers U19s; U17s squeak past Frankfurt; Frauen II draw; Frauen U17s get beat

Another weekend full of Bayern Munich youth results offers a mixed bag.

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

U19s hammer Karlsruher

Bayern Munich U19s received two quick goals from centerback Bright Arrey-Mbi and rolled over Karlsruher SC 4-1. Ryan Johansson and Joshua Zirzkee added goals of their own in the second half.

Arrey-Mbi scored headers from Oliver Batista-Meier’s corner kicks in the 3rd and 15th minutes. Johansson and Zirkzee added goals minutes apart in the second half to put the game completely out of reach. Karlsruher’s Luca Braun would pull one back late, but that would be all Karlsruher could muster.

Bayern XI: Schneller – Kehl (56. Hofmann), Daniliuc, Arrey-Mbi, Waidner – Tillman (73. Halbich), Booth (64. Lawrence), Herrmann (64. Timossi Andersson) - Batista-Meier, Zirkzee, Johansson

After 13 matchdays in the A-Junioren Bundesliga Süd/Südwest, Bayern are sitting in third place with 29 points. They are one point behind joint first place teams Hoffenheim and Stuttgart.

The U19s only have one more Bundesliga game on the docket before the head off for the international break. Next weekend, Bayern will stay in Bavaria with at rip to Augsburg. After that, the Bayern U19s will complete the group stage of the UEFA Youth League when Tottenham comes to Munich.


U17s edge Eintracht Frankfurt

Younes Aitamer put Miroslav Klose’s side up 1-0 in the 9th minute in this one, and Bayern managed to hold on for all three points. This result came despite the fact that Yusuf Kabadayi was sent off with two yellow cards in the first half.

Bayern XI: Schenk – Reinelt, Marusic, Janitzek – Brückner, Neziri – Aitamer, Musiala (80.+1 Vidovic), Wenig (41. Morrison), Motika (80. Fust) - Kabadayi

After 15 games in the B-Junioren Bundesliga Süd/Südwest, Bayern U17s sit third in the table behind Hoffenheim and Mainz; however, leaders Hoffenheim only top the table over Bayern by three points.

Bayern U17s have two more matches left before the winter break, both in Munich. Next weekend, they’ll host SV Wehen Wiesbaden, and on the following weekend, top of the table Hoffenheim comes knocking.


Frauen II draw SV Meppen in dreary conditions

On a foggy field in Meppen, a scoreless draw between SV Meppen and Bayern Munich Frauen II was played.

You can watch the full highlights here.

Bayern XI: Grohs — Bernhardt, Kappes, Huber, Weiß (86. Josephs) — Woldmann (73. Ugochukwu), Kögel, Donhauser, Pfluger — Weber, Corley

After 13 games, Frauen II are in 6th place with 19 points. While leaders Werder Bremen are sitting with 33 points, Bayern trail 5th place Hoffenheim by only 1 point.

There’s only one more game before the winter break for Frauen II. Next weekend, they will travel to Frankfurt to take on bottom-of-the-table FFC Frankfurt II.


Frauen U17s fall to Eintracht Frankfurt

Bayern Munich Frauen U17 lost 3-0 to Eintracht Frankfurt to cap their 2019. Karla Reuter opened the scoring for Frankfurt in the first half, and Lili Wanjura and Sara Wiesner added goals in the second half to lead them to victory.

Bayern XI: Bayerschmidt — Meyer (62. Bohn), Saygili (73. Hüttner), Husic, Schauer (41. Kraus) — Spielvogel, Vidovic — Rittner, Gkasimpagiazova (41. Rauchmann), Lulaj (68. Schmidpeter) — Frank

After 11 games, Bayern sit 4th place in the table on 17 points. They’re 11 points behind leaders Freiburg and 9 points behind third place Hoffenheim.

This is the last match of 2019 for Bayern. The Frauen U17s head off to their winter break. They won’t return to the field for a competitive game until February 29th when they play VfL Sindelfingen.