German-American teenager Julian Green
scored three goals in the second half as Bayern Munich beat
Fanclub Wildenau, 15-1, Saturday in the annual FC Bayern Dream Game that had special significance. It was the coaching debut of new coach Pep Guardiola
. And if
that was not enough, Green followed that up with a team-high three goals Sunday in another win over an area amateur team, this time 9-1 against TSV Regen, which was celebrating its 125th
Green, 18, is the son of a father who served in the U.S. military and a German mother and has lived in Germany since he was 2. The winger scored 10 goals in 26 games for
Bayern's A-Jugend team in 2012-13. He has played for the U.S. under-18 national team and is eligible to play in the 2015 Under-20 World Cup.
Besides the three goals by Green, Bayern got
four goals from youngster Patrick Weihrauch
, two each from French star Franck Ribery
and Mitchell Weiser
and single goals from Oliver Markoutz
, Thomas Mueller
, Vladimir Rankovic
and Toni Kroos
in the win over Fanclub Wildenau. Juergen Foerster
drew a huge round of
applause from the crowd of 11,000 when he scored a consolation goal for the Fan Club XI.
On Sunday, Regen amazingly took the lead on Daniel Kopp
sixth-minute goal, but Mueller tied the score and Patrick Weihrauch
scored twice to give Bayern a 3-1 lead.
In the second half, Green netted
another hat trick with Emre Can
, Alessandro Schoepf
and Kroos adding single tallies.