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1860 Munich 2-2 Bayern Munich II: Initial reactions and observations

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Bayern Munich suffer an unlucky draw against their local rivals. Frustrating for the team.

Bayern München II v SpVgg Unterhaching - 3. Liga Photo by Roland Krivec/DeFodi Images via Getty Images

Initial reactions and observations

  • 1860 had a poor game but it was masked by the two penalties gifted to them by the ref. Touch luck for Bayern II, they deserved the win.
  • Sarpreet Singh was probably the best player on the pitch. If only another one of his shots had gone in, Bayern could’ve come out of this with three points. As it stands, relegation is basically guaranteed.
  • Angelo Stiller didn’t have the greatest of performances. His distribution was weak and he was easily bullied by the 1860 midfield. The midfield as a whole was a problem for Bayern, as they couldn’t control the game at all.

Full time: 1860 Munich 2-2 Bayern Munich II.


67’ — This referee is a joke. 1860 gifted a penalty and they equalize.


49’ — WHAT A GOAL BY SINGH! He cuts inside and shoots it like Robben. Absolute bullet into the bottom corner.


Halftime observations and analysis

  • Bayern scored against the run of play, but it was a beautifully taken shot by Sieb.
  • Singh has developed a lot since last season. He was incredibly scrawny and lacking physicality last year, but now he’s bulked up a bit and improved his defending. Good work by him so far this game.
  • 1860’s penalty was completely unfair. It hit the supporting arm and the referee still gave it. It was NOT a handball. They had no clear cut chances before that and the nonsense penalty levelled it. Shame there’s no VAR.

Bayern Munich II take on 1860 Munich in a battle to stay in the 3.Liga! 1860 are doing really well this year while Bayern have lost a lot of talent over the summer. It’s going to be a hard fight, and the reserves are clearly the underdogs. Can the kids make it? Here’s our lineup for the game.


Match Info

Location: Grunwalder Stadion, Munich, Germany

Time: 2 pm local time, 8 am EST

TV/streaming: YouTube

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