Kingsley Coman was on target twice as Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich hammered Erlangen-Bruck 9-1 in a friendly.
Coman, Mats Hummels, Javi Martinez, Juan Bernat and Thomas Muller featured for Bayern in Herzogenaurach as they took on the sixth-tier side on Sunday.
And the former Paris Saint-Germain and Juventus winger, who joined Bayern on a permanent deal at the end of last season after the club exercised their option to do so, played a substantial role in an emphatic win.
Bayern went 3-0 up inside 30 minutes, Franck Evina's double sandwiched by a Marco Friedl effort.
Coman then netted a first-half brace to make it 5-0 before the break, with Michael Strein adding a sixth eight minutes after the restart.
Jan Sperber's own goal extended the advantage and Raphael Obermair's effort made it 7-0 before Mario Foth got Erlangen-Bruck on the board.
Marco Hingerl rounded off the scoring a minute from time, as a young Bayern side fell just short of double figures.
Final whistle! beat FSV Erlangen-Bruck 9-1. July 9, 2017
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