Shanghai - Day five of Bayern's tour in China brought with it friendly action, and a chance to see how Pep Guardiola's side's preparations for the new season are shaping up.
As ever, bundesliga.com kept you to date with all the latest from the Bayern camp on their tour of the Far East.
After watching his side see off Valencia (click here for match highlights) and Inter Milan, Pep Guardiola has no complaints about how FC Bayern are shaping up in China...
Bayern better make some more space in that famous trophy cabinet of theirs...
Two out of two
First Valencia; now Inter. Bayern are finding their groove in China. Next up: Guangzhou Evergrande on 23 July.
Pep Guardiola will be delighted to learn that his captain is OK after taking a knock in the first half...
Go, go Götze!
Mario Götze breaks the deadlock in Shanghai. Lovely move and a deserved lead for the Bundesliga champions.
Pep Guardiola has made a number of changes to his side at the interval, including the introduction of Mario Götze.
Lahm goes close
Lahm’s effort was the last clear-cut chance of the first half. 0-0 at half time in Shangjai.
Not a bad turnout at all in Shanghai, where it remains goalless between FC Bayern München and Inter.
But Bayern have gone close to breaking the deadlock through David Alaba. Can they find a way through the Inter rearguard before the interval?
Here we go!
And we’re off! Make sure you stay tuned for updates from the Shanghai Stadium as Pep Guardiola’s side look to make it two out of two in China…
Fans inside the Shanghai Stadium are cranking up the volume as kick-off approaches...
The Shanghai Stadium is filling up nicely ahead of Bayern’s second friendly of their tour of China. Can they build on their 4-1 victory over Valencia today?
Here’s the FC Bayern starting line-up for today’s friendly against Internazionale Milano:
…and on the bench
Neuer looks ahead
Manuel Neuer has been speaking to fcb.tv ahead of today’s friendly with Internazionale Milano. Find out what he had to say by clicking on the play button below.
Not long until kick-off at the Shanghai Stadium...
A different type of training...
Mario Götze showed off his Kung-Fu skills this morning.
Xabi Alonso has also been speaking to the media on Tuesday morning - the veteran midfielder has nothing but praise for FC Bayern’s legions of Chinese supporters.
Captain Philipp Lahm is looking forward to tonight's game against the Nerazzuri."We have three good friendlies [while here in China]," he says in the tweet below. "We can try some things out, including tonight against Inter."
Quite the show
The Bayern players enjoyed a private audience with world-famous Chinese concert pianist Lang Lang earlier today.
Seems so far away...
Relive a busy day for Bayern yesterday here.