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Published: 18:29, 26 August 2021
The display shows the final result of the DFB Cup preliminary round match between FC Bayern Munich and SV Bremen on Wednesday in Bremen. – AFP photo
Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting scored four goals on Wednesday when Bundesliga giant Bayern Munich defeated fifth division Bremer 12-0 in the first round of the DFB Cup.
The original duel was at the beginning of August after one Outbreak of Covid-19 in the Bremen squad, who play in the Bremen Regionalliga, postponed.
They led 8-0 when Bremer was reduced to 10 men in the last 13 minutes after their defender Ugo Nobile gave Bayern -The substitute field player Michael Cuisance had defeated, who was through with the goal.
Even though star striker Robert Lewandowski and Germany’s goalkeeper Manuel Neuer were both rested, Bayern strolled into the draw for the second round this Sunday.
Choupo-Moting got his hat trick in the first 35 minutes and after handing over the captain’s armband for the second half, he got his fourth and Bayern’s tenth in the last lap.
“We got into it from the first to the last minute crashed, that’s how the game went, ”he said.
German winger Leroy Sane provided Choupo-Moting with simple tap-ins for his first two goals before the Cameroon star headed his third goal after the defense the hosts had not eliminated the danger.
The former English youth star and now German national player Jamala Musiala (18) was involved in two goals in the first half, but scored again shortly after the break.
He shot out at an acute angle into the goal, then he threw the ball past the Bremen goalkeeper, who helped defender Jan-Luca Warm to the own goal into the net.
At halftime it was 5-0, but Bayern scored two goals in quick succession, when 19-year-old substitute striker Malik Tillman took full advantage of a mistake in defense before Musiala took his second.
Bayern coach Julian Nagelsmann experimented by making left-back Omar Richards his debut since his free transfer from Reading that summer.
« It was clear that we had to and wanted to win the game, but how we did it was important, » said Nagelsmann, who praised Choupo-Moting.
After he did Bremen had previously whistled, Sane received applause when he scored the guests’ eighth goal 25 minutes before the end.
After Nobile was sent off, French midfielder Michael Cuisance scored his own goal and prepared Choupo-Moting for his fourth Goal ahead.
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