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Bayern Campus Update: U19s fall to Heidenheim; U17s down Stuttgart; Frauen II down Potsdam II

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We swing around the Bayern Munich campus to see how the U19s, U17s, and Frauen II did this weekend.

FC Bayern Muenchen U17 v 1. FC Koeln U17 - B Juniors German Championship Semi Final Leg One Photo by Alexandra Beier/Getty Images for DFB

Bayern U19s lose to Heidenheim (FCBayern)

Bayern Munich’s U19 team suffered their first loss of the A-Junioren Bundesliga Süd / Südwest season, 1-3 to Heidenheim.

The Bavarians marched out of the gates with a strong performance, but it was Heidenheim who struck first. Gianni Mollo capitalized on Heidenheim’s first chance of the match, putting the visitors up 1-0. Around the half hour mark, Julian Stark dribbled around Bayern’s goalkeeper and passed the ball into the back of the net to make it 2-0.

However, just two minutes after that, Malik Tillman knocked in Torben Rhein’s free kick to pull one back for Bayern. The teams would enter the half with Heidenheim winning 2-1.

Unfortunately for Bayern, they weren’t able to generate much in the second half, and the only goal came for Heidenheim on the boot of Gian Piero Falcone to make it 3-1. Doubling down on the bad for Bayern, Lasse Günther was sent off in stoppage time for his second yellow card of the game.

Bayern XI: Schneller – Kehl (81. Waidner), Lawrence, Arrey-Mbi, Herold – Mosandl (62. Cuni), Stiller, Rhein (62. Johansson) – Günther, Tillman, Herrmann (75. Halbich)

U17s best Stuttgart (FCBayern)

Miroslav Klose and Bayern’s U17 side got back on the winning side of things with a 3-2 victory over Stuttgart. The win pulls Bayern back within three points of league leaders Hoffenheim.

Yusuf Kabadayi grabbed the opening goal for Bayern after only 13 minutes. Then, Bayern goalkeeper Johannes Schenk came up huge in saving a penalty from Stuttgart’s Robin Littig in the 32nd minute.

Jamal Musiala added a second goal in the 52nd minute, and Kabadayi scored Bayern’s third in the 67th minute. Stuttgart would add two goals late through Mirhan Inan and Marcel Streit, but Bayern held on for all three points.

Bayern XI: Schenk – Brückner, Reinelt, Morrison, Brekner – Fust, Denk – Motika (78. Aitamer), Musiala, Wenig (41. Wenig) – Kabadayi (77. Vidovic)

Frauen II beat Turbine Potsdam II

After a scoreless first half, Potsdam took the lead in the 52nd minute through Nathalie Bretschneider. However, Bayern responded with two quick goals from Barbara Brecht and Nicole Woldmann in the 53rd and 55th minutes.

Gia Corley added a third for Bayern in the 69th minute for the commanding 3-1 lead. Rieke Tietz would add a second goal late for Potsdam, but they were never able to find the equalizer.

The win moves Bayern II back into a three-way tie for second place, one point behind leaders Meppen and Werder Bremen.

Bayern XI: Grohs, Brecht, Pfluger, Koster, Weiss, Weber, Kappes, Josephs, Kogel, Corley, Donhauser