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Bayern Munich II fail in S-Bahn Derby against Unterhaching

Sarpreet Singh scored a worldy, but it’s not enough for Bayern II.

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

Bayern Munich II lost again on Saturday, this time to SpVgg Unterhaching with a 2-1 scoreline. The result means that Sebastian Hoeness’s side has only managed to win one of the last five 3.Liga matches.

Unterhaching opened the scoring in the 10th minute with a long ball over the top. Lukas Mai bit on the pass, and the Unterhaching player let the ball run between his legs putting Sascha Bigalke through on goal. Once Christian Fruchtl committed, Bigalke dropped the pass to Felix Schroter who easily finished.

Being down a goal, however, didn’t stop Bayern from pushing forward. In the 38th minute, Mai sent a long ball over the top into the path of Sarpreet Singh. The Kiwi struck a first time volley with the ball coming over his shoulder and chipped the goalkeeper to equalize. It’s one of the nicest goals you’ll see all year.

Unterhaching got their winner in the 58th minute through a Chris Richards own goal. After some beautiful play to get into the Bayern penalty area, Lucas Hufnagel crossed a ball past Fruchtl that deflected off of Richards and went in.

With the international break coming up, Bayern II won’t return to the field for another 3.Liga match until September 14 against Sonnenhof Grossaspach.

Bayern XI: Früchtl - Richards, Feldhahn, Mai, Köhn - Singh, Welzmüller, Will (81. Stiller), Dajaku (64. Batista Meier) - Zylla (64. Zirkzee), Wriedt

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