Bayern hit 15 under Guardiola

Bayern Munich scored 15 goals in their first run-out under Pep Guardiola, beating a local supporters' club in front of 11,000 spectators.

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The treble winners started with a side including captain Philipp Lahm, Thomas Muller and Manuel Neuer while Toni Kroos and Franck Ribery both came on at the break as Guardiola took a look at 21 players in a 15-1 victory.

Muller was on target in the first half with Kroos finding the back of the net in the second, but it was youngster Patrick Weihrauch, a player tipped to emerge under Guardiola, who stole the show with four goals.

Meanwhile, Jan Kirchhoff made his debut in the back four following his move from Mainz.

Elsewhere, Bundesliga newcomers Eintracht Braunschweig defeated VfB Hassloch 14-0, Hannover struggled to a 2-1 win over amateur club TSV Krahenwinkel-Kaltenweide, Europa League participants Freiburg beat SVN Zweibrucken 2-0 and Augsburg triumphed 5-1 against TSV Marktoberdorf.

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