1. goal
    42'Alois Eberle
Vilshofen Rot Weiß
Vilshofen Rot Weiß
Final
113
FC Bayern
FC Bayern Munich
(1:4)
  1. goal
    9'Perišić
  2. goal
    22'Can Karatas
  3. goal
    32'Thomas Müller
  4. goal
    35'Coutinho
  5. goal
    47'Joshua Zirkzee
  6. goal
    49'Cuisance
  7. goal
    50'Can Karatas
  8. goal
    62'Sarpreet Singh
  9. goal
    68'Alexander Nollenberger
  10. goal
    72'Kwasi Wriedt
  11. goal
    81'Kwasi Wriedt
  12. goal
    86'Kwasi Wriedt
  13. goal
    89'Can Karatas
  1. goal
    9'Perišić
  2. goal
    22'Can Karatas
  3. goal
    32'Thomas Müller
  4. goal
    35'Coutinho
  5. goal
    42'Alois Eberle
  6. goal
    47'Joshua Zirkzee
  7. goal
    49'Cuisance
  8. goal
    50'Can Karatas
  9. goal
    62'Sarpreet Singh
  10. goal
    68'Alexander Nollenberger
  11. goal
    72'Kwasi Wriedt
  12. goal
    81'Kwasi Wriedt
  13. goal
    86'Kwasi Wriedt
  14. goal
    89'Can Karatas
Vilshofen Rot Weiß
Vilshofen Rot Weiß
Final
113
FC Bayern
FC Bayern Munich
(1:4)
Vilshofen Rot Weiß
Vilshofen Rot Weiß
Final
113
FC Bayern
FC Bayern Munich
(1:4)
Vilshofen Rot Weiß
Vilshofen Rot Weiß
Final
113
FC Bayern
FC Bayern Munich
(1:4)
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Goalfest in dream match in Vilshofen

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FC Bayern beat an amateur XI of fan club Vilshofen Rot Weiß 13-1 in the 11th edition of the dream match, rounding off a successful weekend a day after the 3-0 victory away to FC Schalke.

The ecstatic 6,500 full house at the brand new Klaus-Augenthaler-Stadion in Vilshofen saw Ivan Perišić, Michaël Cuisance and Philippe Coutinho score their maiden goals for FC Bayern. Kwasi Wriedt and Can Karatas netted three times, with Thomas Müller, Joshua Zirkzee, Sarpreet Singh and Alexander Nollenberger adding their names to the scoresheet. Alois Eberle scored the home side's consolation goal shortly before half-time.

Niko Kovač fielded a star-studded side, 11 pros starting for Bayern, including captain Manuel Neuer, new signings Lucas Hernández, Cuisance, Perišić and Coutinho as well as Saturday's hat-trick man Robert Lewandowski. Bayern legend Klaus Augenthaler played for the home side in the first half before making his comeback for FC Bayern with ten minutes to go.

Bayern netted four times within the first 35 minutes of a lively encounter, but Luca Hofmann soon shone with a fine solo run across half the pitch, setting up Eberle's consolation goal. Vilshofen failed to pull off a similar feat in the second half, and the German record champions added gloss to the scoreline, finding the net nine more times.

Vilshofen Rot Weiß - FC Bayern 1-13 (HT: 1-4)

Vilshofen Rot Weiß

Wollner – Bauer, A. Dippl, Augenthaler, Fischhold – Huber, Tolksdorf – Cernota, Angerer, Hofmann – Eberle

Subs

M. Obermayer – Stadler, Wolf, Dachl, Weber, Guerra, Schneider, Föckersperger, Ratzenböck, Semmler, Voggenreiter

FC Bayern

Neuer (Ulreich 21) – Pavard (Franzke 21, Augenthaler 79), Süle (Martínez 21, Rausch 69), Hernández (Köhn 21), Alaba (Mayer 21) – Cuisance (Will 69), Kimmich (Karatas 21) – Perišić (Nollenberger 46), Coutinho (Singh 46), Davies (Wriedt 69) – Lewandowski (Müller 21, Zirkzee 46)

Subs

Zaiser

Referee

Tobias Wittmann (Wendelskirchen)

Attendance

6,500 (capacity)

Goals

0-1 Perišić (9), 0-2 Karatas (22), 0-3 Müller (32), 0-4 Coutinho (35), 1-4 Eberle (42), 1-5 Zirkzee (47), 1-6 Cuisance (49), 1-7 Karatas (50), 1-8 Singh (62), 1-9 Nollenberger (68), 1-10 Wriedt (72), 1-11 Wriedt (81), 1-12 Wriedt (86), 1-13 Karatas (89)


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