Masaya Okugawa (L) of the Red Bull Salzburg on Nov. 3, 2020. (For editorial use only)(Kyodo)

Japanese midfielder Masaya Okugawa struck his maiden UEFA Champions League goal Tuesday for Red Bull Salzburg in their 6-2 loss to title holders Bayern Munich.

A 65th-minute substitute, the 24-year-old Okugawa evened the score at 2-2 just moments after stepping onto the pitch at Stadion Salzburg.

But the Austrian champions collapsed under an onslaught from the German heavyweights, who piled on four goals in the final 11 minutes plus injury time.

The loss leaves Salzburg at the bottom of Group A with one point from their three matches.

In other Champions League action, Japan winger Shoya Nakajima was a 75th-minute substitute for Porto in their 3-0 win against Marseille, who started Japan defender Hiroki Sakai at right-back.

The Portuguese champions are second in Group C with two wins and one loss, while Marseille sit last without a point.

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