- Jamal Musiala opened the scoring in the third minute
- Marcel Sabitzer, who spent the second half of last season on loan at Manchester United, scored five goals
- FC Rottach-Egern is a local non-league side
Bayern Munich showed utter ruthlessness as they pummeled non-league side, FC Rottach-Egern 27-0 in a one-sided friendly match on Tuesday.
The German champions are currently camped in Tegernsee and faced the local non-league side ahead of the new season.
Jamal Musiala opened the scoring in the third minute to what will turn out to be a romp for the Bavarian giants.
Serge Gnabry doubled his team’s lead a minute later. Alphonso Davies made it 3-0, with Gnabry getting on the score-sheet again to make it 4-0. Musiala scored another to put Bayern five goals to the good
Musiala then completed his hat-trick before grabbing two more goals while Gnabry also scored again before the break.
Bayern led 18-0 at half-time and continued to destroy Rottach-Egern after the interval.
Marcel Sabitzer, who spent the second half of last season on loan at Manchester United, scored five goals to make it 23-0.
Raphael Guerreiro got in on the action as did Ryan Gravenberch and Kingsley Coman to make it 26-0.
Former Liverpool man Sadio Mane completed the rout as the Bundesliga club won 27-0 in a preparation for a new german season
Meanwhile, the German outfit on Tuesday signed South Korean defender Kim Min-jae from Italian champions Napoli.
Bayern said the 26-year-old was joining on a five-year contract but did not give the transfer fee.
Kim joined Napoli last summer and anchored the defence as they won Serie A.
“It’s a new beginning for me,” Kim told the Bayern website. “My first goal is to play a lot of games. In addition, I want to win as many trophies as possible.”
He also posted a farewell to Napoli, and departing coach Luciano Spalletti, on Instagram.
“To my passionate club Napoli, Mister Spalletti, my team mates, and above all to Napoli fans, I would like to express my gratitude.”
Kim has 49 international caps and played in China and then for Fenerbahce in Turkey before joining Napoli.
“He impresses with his physical presence, as well as his mentality and speed,” said Jan-Christian Dreesen, the Bayern CEO.
Bayern also unveiled Austrian Christoph Freund as sporting director.
Freund, 46, will join at the end of the summer transfer window from Austrian champions Red Bull Salzburg where he spent eight years.
He replaces Hasan Salihamidzic, the club’s former player who was sacked in May along with former chairman Oliver Kahn after a relatively disappointing season for Bayern.
Salihamidzic and Kahn took the gamble of parting company with coach Julian Nagelsmann at the end of March, a gamble that did not entirely work.
The club won the Bundesliga as Borussia Dortmund slipped up on the last day of the season but went out in the quarter-finals of both the Champions League and German Cup.