Bayern Munich pay the Oktoberfest a visit
Bayern Munich were in celebratory mood on Saturday as they paid the city's Oktoberfest their annual visit.
Carlo Ancelotti's side may have been held to a 2-2 draw at home to Wolfsburg on Friday evening, but that did not dampen the spirits less than 24 hours later as players and staff of the record champions paid their annual visit to the Oktroberfest beer festival.
Donning their traditional Bavarian outfits of Lederhosen and garters before, they stopped to smile for the cameras, beers in hand, before tucking into Bavarian specialities inside the Käfer Wiesenschänke tent.
Newcomers James Rodriguez, Sebastian Rudy, Corentin Tolisso and Niklas Süle all looked at home in the unfamiliar attire.
The city's world-famous beer festival got underway on Saturday, 16 September and runs for just over two weeks, ending on Tuesday, 3 October. Bayern always make time to pay a visit to the festivities, even if they have a UEFA Champions League trip to Paris Saint-Germain looming.
Ancelotti's side are travel to the French capital on Wednesday before returning to Bundesliga action at Hertha Berlin on Matchday 7 next Sunday.
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