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Philippe Coutinho threw on the lederhosen as Bayern Munich attended Oktoberfest

Philippe Coutinho enjoys Oktoberfest with new team-mates as Bayern Munich toast emphatic win over Koln

  • Philippe Coutinho was pictured with his team-mates taking in German culture
  • The Brazilian scored a penalty in Bayern Munich’s 4-0 win over FC Koln
  • Coutinho has joined Bayern on loan after an underwhelming spell in Spain
  • The German champions sit in second in the Bundesliga behind RB Leipzig 
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Philippe Coutinho threw on the lederhosen and grabbed a stein glass to join his Bayern Munich team-mates at Oktoberfest as the Bundesliga champions saluted an emphatic win over FC Koln in the league.

In a picture shared by the club’s Instagram account, Coutinho was pictured with team-mate Theo Hernandez as the pair enjoyed a stein of beer at the festival, which Bayern attend as an annual tradition to embrace German culture. 

And the team had much to celebrate after sweeping aside FC Koln 4-0 on Saturday. 

Philippe Coutinho threw on the lederhosen as Bayern Munich attended Oktoberfest

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Philippe Coutinho threw on the lederhosen as Bayern Munich attended Oktoberfest

David Alaba and Serge Gnabry pose for pictures as the team enjoy their day out at the festival

David Alaba and Serge Gnabry pose for pictures as the team enjoy their day out at the festival

David Alaba and Serge Gnabry pose for pictures as the team enjoy their day out at the festival

The German champions pictured together as they adhere to their tradition of going for a beer

The German champions pictured together as they adhere to their tradition of going for a beer

The German champions pictured together as they adhere to their tradition of going for a beer

The Brazilian raises a toast with team-mate Joshua Kimmich after their 4-0 win over FC Koln

The Brazilian raises a toast with team-mate Joshua Kimmich after their 4-0 win over FC Koln

The Brazilian raises a toast with team-mate Joshua Kimmich after their 4-0 win over FC Koln

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The Brazilian got on the scoresheet with a penalty to add to a Robert Lewandowski brace before Ivan Perisic wrapped up the game with a 73rd minute strike. 

The former Liverpool star is looking to start afresh in Germany after enduring an underwhelming spell in Spain with Catalan giants Barcelona. 

Coutinho has joined Niko Kovač’s side on a loan deal, which could be made permanent should he showcase the sort of performances that secured a mega money move to the Nou Camp.

Bayern are currently second in the Bundesliga behind leaders RB Leipzig, who face Schalke this coming weekend.   

Coutinho poses with Thiago, Gnabry, Alaba, Kimmich and Hernandez all dressed in full gear

Coutinho poses with Thiago, Gnabry, Alaba, Kimmich and Hernandez all dressed in full gear

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Coutinho poses with Thiago, Gnabry, Alaba, Kimmich and Hernandez all dressed in full gear