Former Wellington Phoenix starlet Sarpreet Singh has made his senior debut for German giants Bayern Munich on Thursday.
Singh, who joined the Bundesliga champions on a three-year deal earlier this month, played the second half of their International Champions Cup opener against Arsenal.
The 20-year-old ran out alongside the likes of Robert Lewandowski, Serge Gnabry and Kingsley Coman in the pre-season tournaement, with Bayern conceding late on to lose 2-1.
Bayern’s goal came via the head of Lewandowski, with Singh involved in some of the impressive lead-up play, while he was first on hand to congratulate the Polish striker.
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Singh’s first outing with Niko Kovac’s first-team continues a rapid rise for the New Zealand international, who less than 12 months ago was part of the Wellington Phoenix team which lost against NPL outfit Bentleigh Greens in the FFA Cup.
Bayern's US tour continues with International Champions Cup matches against Real Madrid in Houston on Sunday and AC Milan in Kansas City on Wednesday (both AEST).