Bayern dominated for the first 20 minutes. They raced into a 3-0 lead before taking their foot a bit off the gas but still played well.
By their own admission, Bayern "were way too complacent" in the second half, until Raiders scored to make it 3-1 with about 20 minutes to go.
The home side then finished the game off with just under 10 minutes left. Alon Pinhas cleared the ball with a great header from a corner from Raiders which landed to Ellis feet. He took on the whole of Raiders defence and got himself through on goal to grab himself a brace and kill the game off. Pinhas did a great job running the whole pitch taking away men from Ellis to help him go through on goal.
Bayern thought they had scored a fourth in the last minute, when an extremely slick volley through ball to Ellis down the right flank from Pinhas helped the top-scorer get past their defence before pulling the ball back for Pinhas, who made another great run into dangerous territory, who slotted it home very neatly.
Praising the performance of the ref, Bayern joint-manager Alon Pinhas told JC Sport: "Fair play to our opponents though. They fought hard in the second half at 3-0 down and made the game interesting. We wish them luck throughout the remainder of the season."
BAYERN: Joe Nyman, Nick Cooper, Eli Davila, Jake Dayan, Daniel Holder, Samuel Kanter, Samuel Leader, Sammy Liebert, Gavriel Nussbaum, Rafael Terespolsky, Adam Ellis. Subs: Benjamin Albert, Alon Pinhas, Adam Herszaft
SCORERS: Ellis 2, Nussbaum, Terespolsky
RAIDERS: Alex Elf, Alex Goodman, Matt Keston, Adam Levenson, Sam Roth, Eyal Samovich, Rob Samuelson, Anthony Shaw, Alex Sherr, Liam Stein. Subs: Jacob Gold, Alexander Kaye, Ricky Zeiderman