FC Bayern München coach Pep Guardiola got his first taste of Oktoberfest beer on Sunday as the Bundesliga leaders celebrated top spot at the Wiesn
Together with his wife Cristina, Pep raised a glass to a successful first 100 days as Bayern coach
For captain Philipp Lahm (r.), born and raised in the Bavarian city, a visit to the Oktoberfest is an annual obligation...
...but for Spanish midfielder Thiago, it was a first time experiencing the customs of his new home
Bastian Schweinsteiger (l.) and his partner Sarah Brandner (r.) are no strangers to the annual knees-up...
...and neither is the Bundesliga's top foreign goalscorer Claudio Pizarro, who was clearly looking forward to getting his hands on the local brew
Thomas Müller (r.) and his wife Lisa (l.) are Bavarian through and through, and they certainly look the part in the traditional attire
Dante was paying the festival a visit for the second time having learned the ropes a year ago...
Arjen Robben (l.) and wife Bernadien are old hands at the Wiesn by now
Mitchell Weiser (l.), Jerome Boateng (c.) and Xherdan Shaqiri (r.) were certainly dressed for the occasion...
...as was Austria's finest full-back David Alaba (r.)
Toni Kroos (r.) found no better way to celebrate his first goal of the season in Saturday's
Cheers! Sporting director Matthias Sammer (l.) raises a glass with the Guardiolas, to continued success this season
'Mia san Mia' (We are who we are) reads the gingerbread heart above chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge's head as Pep Guardiola steals one half of a giant Pretzel
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