Midfielder all white Sarpreet Singh continues to impress the second team Bayern Munich, scoring both goals in a 2-1 win against FC Magdeburg in the German third division on Sunday (NZT Monday).
Former July star Wellington Phoenix signed a dream three-year deal with the Bundesliga reserve team in July. She appeared in the first team at the pre-season International Champions Cup and Audi Cup against Real Madrid, AC Milan and Tottenham Raptus.
Singh made such an impression before the season that he was in the club's Champions League. However, he will not appear in the first team in the regular season yet, because he is learning to trade with the second Bayern string in the 3rd league.
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But Singh took advantage of their chances that the first team would not remember any harm after scoring in an impressive, versatile duel with FC Magdeburg.
For the first goal, Singh received the ball on the edge of the opponent's field, touched his left foot, then threw an unstoppable drive of his right foot into the bottom corner of the net.
His second moment was even more impressive: Singh started a quick counterattack with a brilliant crossbar shot, then fell into the penalty area and calmly struck the ball under the goal outside of Magdeburg's goalkeeper.
Singh will be desperate to make his mark on Bayern II. German champions are looking for a new manager after the release of Croatian Niko Kovac last week.
Kovac talked very well about Singh after the pre-season performances, and even put him on the bench in a DFL-Supercup match against Borussia Dortmund in August. But last week he received an order to march after a troublesome 5-1 defeat at Eintract Frankfurt, which left the club in fourth place on the ladder.
Former Arsenal coach Arsene Wenger was strongly associated with a vacancy at the Allianz Arena, although interim coach Hans-Dieter Flick strengthened his claims to work after leading the team to the Dortmund 4: 0 route at Der Klassiker on Saturday (NZT Sunday).
After the match, Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, executive director of Bayern, said Flick "would remain our coach in the near future," so Singh would hope his two-match performance against Magdeburg caught his attention.
Singh has now scored four goals and scored five assists in 11 appearances in Bayern II this season. His promising form made him in the first squad of All Whites Danny & # 39; ego Han for upcoming friendly matches with Lithuania and Ireland.
Bayern II currently ranks ninth in table 3. League, with six wins, three draws and six defeats from 15 games this season.