Monday , October 14 2019

Philippe Coutinho puts Hoffenheim loss behind him as Bayern Munich star joins family at Oktoberfest

Philippe Coutinho puts Hoffenheim defeat behind him as Bayern Munich star joins his wife and daughters for Oktoberfest celebrations

  • Philippe Coutinho is embracing German culture during is loan spell in Munich
  • The Bayern man has been spotted at Oktoberfest with his wife and children 
  • Kingsley Coman, Serge Gnabry and Thomas Muller were also seen at the event
  • Bayern suffered their first league defeat of the season at home to Hoffenheim 

Philippe Coutinho has been embracing Oktoberfest with his family after Bayern Munich’s surprise 2-1 home defeat by Hoffenheim.   

The Brazilian, who is on loan from Barcelona, played a pivotal role in the midweek hammering of Tottenham, but was an unable to make an impact as a brace from Sargis Adamyan was enough to floor the Bundesliga champions on Saturday. 

The 27-year-old was pictured with his wife Aine and two daughters on Sunday on the final day of the annual Munich festival, spending quality time on fairground rides.  

Bayern Munich star Philippe Coutinho (pictured) and his daughter attend Oktoberfest

Coutinho and his wife Aine pose with their two children in front of the Bavaria statue

Coutinho and his wife Aine pose with their two children in front of the Bavaria statue

Kingsley Coman, Serge Gnabry, Thomas Muller and Leon Goretzka (left to right) attended

Kingsley Coman, Serge Gnabry, Thomas Muller and Leon Goretzka (left to right) attended

Coutinho, who has produced two goals and two assists in six appearances this term, wasn’t the only Bayern player enjoying a day off from training at Theresienwiese. 

Kingsley Coman, Serge Gnabry, Thomas Muller and Leon Goretzka could be seen holding stein glasses in front of the Ruhmeshalle building. 

Teenage forward Feite Arp and his partner also posed in fancy dress outside the Kaefer Wiesenschaenke tent. Former Manchester City defender Jerome Boateng was in attendance with his two daughters, and manager Niko Kovac even had time for a beer. 

The Croation was all smiles despite his side’s first league defeat of the season. Bayern travel to Augsburg on October 19 when they return to action after the international break.  

Teenage forward Fiete Arp, 19, was seen at the event sporting fancy dress with his partner

Teenage forward Fiete Arp, 19, was seen at the event sporting fancy dress with his partner

Defender Jerome Boateng holds hands with his daughters in front of the Ruhmeshalle building

Defender Jerome Boateng holds hands with his daughters in front of the Ruhmeshalle building

Manager Niko Kovac smiles for the camera outside the Kaefer Wiesenschaenke tent

Manager Niko Kovac smiles for the camera outside the Kaefer Wiesenschaenke tent