Bayern Munich put TWELVE goals past fifth-tier side Bremer SV in German Cup first round tie with former Stoke striker Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting scoring FOUR times with Jamal Musiala claiming a brace
- Bayern Munich beat fifth-tier side Bremer SV 12-0 in the German Cup first round
- Eric Maxim Choupo Moting scored four times, including a first-half hat-trick
- Bayern were 5-0 up at half-time and went on to score four in the final ten minutes
- Former Chelsea youngster Jamal Musiala scored in either half for Bayern
Bayern Munich hit twelve goals past fifth-tier side Bremer SV to move into round two of the German Cup, with Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting scoring four times.
Julian Nagelsmann rotated his side heavily for the cup clash with Robert Lewandowski, Leon Goretzka and Manuel Neuer all left out of the matchday squad, but his stand-ins were able to do the job and more on Wednesday.
Choupo-Moting opened the floodgates after just eight minutes by crashing a shot in via the crossbar, before former Chelsea youngster Jamal Musiala made it two after 16 minutes.
Eric-Maxim Choupo-Moting (left) scored four times in Bayern Munich’s 12-0 win over Bremer
The ex-Stoke striker scored a first-half hat-trick as Bayern went 5-0 up in the German Cup tie
Bremer defender Jan-Luca Warm only denied Musiala a second by scuffing a clearance into his own net before former Stoke City striker Choupo-Moting scored twice more before the break to complete his hat-trick and move Bayern five goals clear.
Benjamin Eta’s Bremer were given no respite after the half-time interval with substitute Malik Tillman finding the net before Musiala added a second goal.
Leroy Sane made it eight before Bremer’s Udo Nobile was sent off for a challenge on 19-year-old Tillmann.
Former Chelsea youngster Jamal Musiala (middle) scored twice in the cup thrashing
Julian Nagelsmann’s Bayern scored four times in eight minutes to close out the cup match
The Bundesliga champions cranked up the pressure even more with the game winding down, with four goals going in during an eight-minute spell after 80 minutes.
Michael Cuisance, Bouna Sarr and Corentin Tolisso all scoring while Choupo-Moting added a fourth in between those goals.
The result, however, is just shy of Bayern’s largest win via goal margin, with the German champions beating Bavarian side DJK Waldberg in the German Cup first round in 1997.
Bayern’s biggest ever win in any competition was a 23-0 triumph in a pre-season friendly win over FC Rottach Egern in 2019. The German giants beat the same team 20-2 the year before.