Created on 2014-09-29 at 09:00 AM
It was an avalanche of goals in Mainz over the weekend as FC Bayern cruised into the last sixteen of the German Cup with a dominant 9:1 win over third division TSV Schott Mainz. Americans Amber Brooks and Gina Lewandowski both got on the scoresheet along with Ricarda Walkling, Vanessa Bürki, Raffaela Manieri, Eunice Beckmann and Laura Feiersinger.
Coach Thomas Wörle used the opportunity to rotate the squad and started young talents Isabella Hartig, Ricarda Walkling and goalkeeper Katja Schroffenegger. It didn't take long for Bayern to get on the scoresheet with the first coming in just the third minute. The visitors were already up 5:1 by the break which gave the coach the opportunity to rotate further and introduce another young talent in Jenny Gaugigl (who just won the U20 World Cup with Germany).
Bayern continued the rout in the second half and Laura Feiersinger even got on the scoresheet as well after her long absence due to injury to round out the score, 9:1. Next up for Bayern in the Allianz Bundesliga is Bayer 04 Leverkusen this Thursday (October 2) followed by a home match against MSV Duisburg three days later, which is also the last of their five-match series in 15 days.
TSV Schott Mainz v FC Bayern Munich 1:9 (1:5)
TSV Schott Mainz: Freigang, Weinel, Rohrig, Spee, Leber (69. Liebetanz), Beuter, Dragoescu, Schuch (60. Bauer), Loos, Weber, Wagner (66. Lauter)
FC Bayern Munich: Schroffenegger, Lewandowski (60. Feiersinger), Holstad, Abbé, Hartig, Brooks (69. Stengel), Behringer (31. Gaugigl), Walkling, Bürki, Beckmann, Manieri
Goals: 0:1 Walkling (3.), 0:2 Walkling (10.), 0:3 Manieri (17.), 0:4 Lewandowski (28.), 0:5 Brooks (43.), 1:5 Leber (45.) / 1:6 Bürki (52.), 1:7 Walkling (55.), 1:8 Beckmann (76.), 1:9 Feiersinger (79.)
Find the official DFB match report here.