The German champions progressed further in the tournament, beating Preussen Munster from the third division on the road.
Bayern easily qualified for the 1/16 of the German Cup. To do so, the reigning national champions had to beat Preussen Munster from the German third division.
The game for Tuchel’s players was a fight, and the Roten fans recognized themselves in an unusual protest action.
According to Bayern & Germany, Bayern fans hung a banner that read “No to the Super Cup in the opening week of the (German) Cup.”
Together they threw a tennis ball on the field. Therefore, the Munich team had to pay a significant fine: 65 thousand euros – 350 euros for each of the 185 balls thrown on the grass.
Tennis balls thrown onto the pitch in protest by Bayern fans pic.twitter.com/dgsYpkkhPQ
— Bayern and Germany (@iMiaSanMia) September 26, 2023
Regarding the result of the match itself, Bayern easily defeated their opponents 4:0, while playing with a semi-reserve squad.
German Cup. 1/32 finals
Preussen (Munster) – Bayern Munich) – 0:4
Goals: Choupo-Moting 9, Laimer 40, Kretzig 45, Tell 86.
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