Angelo Stiller served Lenn Jastremski, who scored 1-0 in the ninth minute of the game.

According to Timo Kern, Maximilian Zaiser was responsible for Bayern's runner-up cheering for the second time in the match (41st).

With the tour for the guest it went into the cabin.

Zaiser ensured a comfortable lead, who scored 3-0 in favor of Holger Seitz's team after a pass from Christopher Scott (51st).

Halle wanted to bring a breath of fresh air into the game with a double change and so Florian Schnorrenberg sent Marcel Titsch Rivero and Julian Guttau for Toni Lindenhahn and Julian Derstroff (62nd).

From the 64th minute on, Jann-Fiete Arp, who came on for Scott, enriched FCB in forward gear.

Jastremski extended the result by placing a pass from Zaiser to make it 4-0 for Bayern Munich II (72nd).

In the end, Bayern's runner-up got the upper hand against the HFC.

Despite the defeat, Hallescher FC continued to occupy ninth place in the table.

The hosts have already conceded 31 goals.

Only two teams conceded more goals.

Halle recorded a total of seven wins, four draws and seven defeats.

Expandable: In the last five games, the HFC only got four points and could have won a lot more.

In the last first round match, FCB scored three points and now has a total of 23 points as tenth in the table.

FC Bayern München II currently has six wins, five draws and seven defeats.

Thanks to this three at the end of the first half of the season, Bayern's runner-up will certainly approach the back series with a good feeling.


Next Wednesday (7:00 p.m.) the Hallescher FC gets a visit from SV Waldhof Mannheim.

FCB is on a flying visit to Türkgücü Munich on Friday.

This article was created automatically by our partner Retresco based on game data.