U19 grab big victory over Stuttgart (FCBayern.de)
Bayern Munich beat last year’s A-Junioren Bundesliga finalist Stuttgart 4-1 on Saturday. The win moves Bayern to the top of the table in the Süd/Südwest division temporarily, pending Sunday’s results.
Torben Rhein gave Bayern the early lead in the 12th minute, finishing a pass from Lasse Günther. After a big save from Lukas Schneller in the Bayern goal, Angelo Stiller banged home a free kick to give Bayern the 2-0 lead.
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In the second half, Bayern managed to keep Stuttgart at bay to kick things off. Less than a minute after coming on the field in the 60th minute, Malik Tillman made it 3-0 for the Bavarians. Per Lockl would manage to pull one back for Stuttgart in the 76th minute; however, Jonas Kehl scored on an assist from Ryan Johansson to finish off Stuttgart 4-1.
Bayern’s U19 side now move back into European competition with their next game in the UEFA Youth League. Like the senior team, Bayern will travel to Tottenham on Tuesday.
Bayern XI: Schneller – Waidner, Daniliuc, Arrey-Mbi, Herold – Mosandl (77. Johansson), Stiller, Rhein (77. Kehl) – Günther, Halbich (60. Tillman), Cuni (66. Herrmann)
Bayern Frauen II suffer big loss to Wolfsburg II
In a match between the two reserve sides of the German heavyweights, Wolfsburg II hammered Bayern II 4-0. The loss drops last season’s champions to 8th in the table after six matches.
A long portion of the first half was playing in pouring rain, and neither side could generate more than a few scant chances. However, on one breakaway, Jacintha Weimar was called upon to come up big to stop a one-on-one chance. She came through.
The second half, unfortunately, was all Wolfsburg. Natasha Kowalski scored back-to-back goals in the 65th and 70th minutes to put Wolfsburg up 2-0. Then, in the dying minutes of the second half, Bayern conceded twice more with Agata Tarczynska and Ereleta Memeti grabbing goals.
See full match highlights here.
Bayern XI: Weimar — Kappes, Woldmann, Constantini, Bernhardt — Koster, Donhauser, Corley, Brecht — Weber, Wohner
U17s win again, this time over Karlsruher SC (FCBayern.de)
Miroslav Klose continued to experiment with his U17 team. This time, he rolled them out in that classic... 3-1-5-1 formation, and it paid off. Bayern picked up the 2-0 victory to move to third palce in the B-Junioren Bundesliga Süd/Südwest, two points behind leaders Mainz.
Yusuf Kabadayi opened the scoring in the FIRST minute. The forward guessed correctly on a backpass, intercepted the ball, and scored Bayern’s first of the match. Angelo Brückner nearly made it 2-0 a few minutes later, but he wasn’t able to capitalize on his chance.
Bayern was unable to find their second goal until the 65th minute, when Liam Morrison headed home his first Bayern goal from a Leon Fust free kick. Klose’s side would hold on for the 2-0 victory.
Next Saturday, Bayern will return to the field against Nürnberg.
Bayern XI: Schenk – Reinelt, Morrison, Fust – Neziri (48. Krätzig) – Brückner, Musiala (76. Aitamer), Vidovic (57. Mamedova), Wenig (57. Motika), Janitzek – Kabadayi (76. Copado)