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Campus Update: U19s stage DFB Pokal comeback; U17s back on track

Bayern Munich’s U19 team advance in the DFB Pokal, while the U17s rebound with a big win.

SpVgg Lindau v FC Bayern Muenchen - Friendly Match Photo by Daniel Kopatsch/Bongarts/Getty Images

U19s move on in DFB Pokal (FCBayern)

Wow! Bayern Munich trailed 0-2 at halftime to Wolfsburg in their First Round DFB Pokal game, but the Bavarians stormed back in the second half to win 3-2 and advance to the next round.

Lenn Jastremski put Wolfsburg up 2-0 in the first half, despite Bayern being on top. In the second half, Joshua Zirkzee and Malik Tillman pushed Bayern level. However, it was a Wolfsburg own goal in the 76th minute from Marcel Beifus that would push Bayern across the finish line.

The U19s have a two week break before returning for A-Junioren Bundesliga Süd/Südwest action against Heidenheim.

Bayern XI: Mayer – Kehl, Arrey Mbi, Daniliuc, Herold (88. Lawrence) – Mosandl (74. Rhein), Stiller, Herrmann (58. Günther) – Batista Meier, Zirkzee, Tillman

First Round Results

Pirmasens 1-5 Bochum
Hallescher 0-1 St. Pauli
Borgfeld 0-6 Bayer Leverkusen
Ingolstadt 2-0 Freiburg
Kickers Offenbach 1-3 Borussia Monchengladbach
Hansas Rostock 2-3 Jahn Regensburg
Koln 1-2 Mainz
Fortuna Dusseldorf 1-4 Hannover
Borussia Dortmund 1-2 RB Leipzig
SSV Ulm 4-2 (aet) Hoffenheim
Energie Cottbus 3-2 Hertha Berlin
Holstein Kiel 1-2 Werder Bremen
Elversberg 0-3 Stuttgart
Wolfsburg 2-3 Bayern Munich
Rot-Weiss Erfurt 1-2 Schalke
Mulheim-Karlich 0-9 Dynamo Dresden


U17s roll over Freiburg (FCBayern)

Bayern Munich grabbed two goals in each half to overwhelm Freiburg with a 4-1 victory on Saturday. The win pushes Bayern back up toward the top of the B-Junioren Bundesliga Süd/Südwest table. Bayern are now sitting on 10 points after five games, three points being leaders Hoffenheim.

Jamal Musiala opened the scoring for Bayern in the 16th minute, and Angelo Bruckner made it to a short time later. Freiburg wasn’t able to get things going until late in the second half when Malik Wichmann scored a direct free kick in the 70th minute.

Despite Freiburg pulling one back, Bayern then ratcheted up the pressure one last time. Nemajna Motika and Gabriel Vidovic each grabbed a goal in the final three minutes to put Bayern up 4-1.

The U17s will take the next two weeks off thanks to the upcoming international break, but they’ll return to action on September 14 against Stuttgart.

Bayern XI: Schenk – Reinelt, Denk, Morrison – Fust, Neziri (79. Krätzig) – Brückner (79. Aitamer), Musiala (47. Vidovic), Wenig (41. Motika), Brekner – Copado (47. Kabadayi)