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Gamethread: Bayern Munich II vs. TSV 1860 Munich — 1860 scores 2-0 in extra time

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After Joshua Zirkzee was sent off on a straight red, Timo Kern conceded an own-goal on a set piece.

Bayern Muenchen II v FC Ingolstadt - 3. Liga Photo by Roland Krivec/DeFodi Images via Getty Images

MATCHDAY! Bayern Munich II is squaring off against TSV 1860 Munich in some hit Derby action!

UPDATE (90’+3): 1860’s Biankadi has put the game out of reach, willing a goal past Hoffmann to make it 2-0.

UPDATE (88’): It’s been all Bayern II for the past twenty minutes despite 1860’s numerical advantage. Bayern has been pressing forward relentlessly in an effort to score an equalizer.

Stats as of 51’:

Not bad for playing with 10 men boys for the past twenty minutes.

UPDATE: Huge thanks to John for hitting updates! I’m breaking the third wall here to give that quick note of appreciation and give a quick halftime observation:

  • Zirkzee’s red card was a killer. It could be his last game action for the club for a while (he’s expected to leave on a loan).
  • Fiete Arp seems to be getting on that Lewy/Goretzka weight regimen, but I want more activity from him.
  • Chris Richards showed some very good things and then also had a couple of poor decisions. Surely, the kid has some rust.
  • Jamie Lawrence is huge. At 6-foot-7 and wearing that mask, he looks like a pro wrestler or Star Wars off-brand bounty hunter.
  • Again, huge thanks for John!

— Chuck

UPDATE: 1860 takes 1-0 lead after own-goal by Timo Kern

Disappointing for the youngsters: although they were still controlling possession and creating chances, Bayern II is now down 1-0 after Timo Kern inadvertently redirected a free kick into his own goal.

UPDATE: Bayern down to 10 men after 30 minutes

Joshua Zirkzee was sent off with a straight red card after kicking 1860 goalkeeper Hiller in the face. Hiller’s face was covered in blood, with cuts by his eyes and nose, but he was determined to continue to play.


For Bayern, there are some key prospects in the lineup including Fiete Arp, Tiago Dantas, Joshua Zirkzee, and Chris Richards. This could be an incredible way to see how those youngster have progressed over the past few months.

After yesterday’s disappointing loss to Borussia Mönchengladbach for the senior team, this could be the pick-me-up that Bayern Munich fans need.

The link to watch is below:

It’s Bayern II time!


Match Info

Location: Stad. a. d. Grünwalder Str., Munich, Germany

Time: 2:00 pm local time, 8:00 pm EST

TV/streaming: ESPN+, Find Your Country

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