As Philipp Lahm, Thiago Alcantara, Thomas Müller, Xabi Alonso and Javi Martinez all watched on from the bench, a fresh-faced teenager pulled on his number 33 shirt and showed his peers why he had been earmarked as the future of Bayern Munich.
Two years and almost three months on from that 3-0 win at Darmstadt, Joshua Kimmich is preparing to pull on that famous red shirt for the 100th time at Eintracht Frankfurt this weekend.
Still just 22, Kimmich has come on leaps and bounds from that starting debut for the record champions. Most of his early appearances were in the centre of midfield before an injury crisis hit the defence and he was slotted into the centre of the back four – for a UEFA Champions League last-16 clash with Juventus, no less.
His versatility has since stretched further as he beds into his new role, as Bayern's new regular right full-back; their new Philipp Lahm.