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Bayern Campus Update: U19s held scoreless by Red Star in UEFA Youth League, draw Energie Cottbus in DFB Pokal

Bayern Munich’s U19 side kicked off their UEFA Youth League campaign and learned their next opponents in the DFB Pokal this week.

FC Bayern U19 v Astoria Walldorf - Friendly Match Photo by Felix Huelskemper/FC Bayern Muenchen/FC Bayern via Getty Images

Bayern Munich U19s kick off UEFA Youth League with draw (FCBayern)

Bayern Munich were forced to settle for a scoreless draw against Red Star in the first game of the 2019-20 UEFA Youth League. It was a disappointing result for Bayern as they dominated they bulk of the contest.

Martin Demichelis rolled out the youngest side the Bayern has ever played in the UEFA Youth League, with four players (Bright Arrey-Mbi, David Herold, Torben Rhein, and Lasse Günther) eligible for the club’s U17 side as well.

Unfortunately for Bayern, Red Star’s 17 year old goalkeeper Andrija Katic had a terrific match, keeping numous Bayern chances out of the back of his net. Full highlights from the club are below.

In the other game of the group, Tottenham and Olympiacos drew 1-1.

Bayern XI: Schneller - Waidner, Daniliuc, Arrey-Mbi, Herold - Mosandl (88. Johansson), Stiller, Rhein - Günther, Tillman (73. Halbich), Herrmann (64. Cuni)

Bayern Munich U19s draw Energie Cottbus in Round of 16 (DFB)

Bayern Munich’s U19 side has been drawn against Energie Cottbus in the Round of 16 of the DFB Pokal. This comes following the senior team playing the same club in their version of the DFB Pokal earlier this season.

This is the stage that the U19s were dumped out of the DFB Pokal last season by Stuttgart.

Round of 16 Full Draw

Energie Cottbus vs Bayern Munich
Jahn Regensburg vs Dynamo Dresden
Borussia Monchengladbach vs Werder Bremen
Hannover 96 vs Mainz 05
RB Leipzig vs Stuttgart
Bochum vs St. Pauli
Ingolstadt vs Schalke
Ulm vs Bayer Leverkusen

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