Bayern Munich players Thomas Muller, Mario Gomez and Holger Badstuber visited the Audi pavilion on January 10 at the ongoing 11th Auto Expo in New Delhi.

The football stars posed for shutterbugs and fans near the Audi pavilion.

All major motor companies including Audi, BMW, Nissan, Volkswagen, Toyota and Ford have rolled out new models at the show targeting the Indian market.

The German car maker has launched Audi Q3, the cheapest car Audi will have for the Indian market.

The Delhi Auto Show draws thousands of people each year, including domestic and international celebrities and top business leaders.

Muller, Gomez and Badstuber are part of the Bayern Munich team which play the Audi Football Summit against the Indian National team at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, in the city, later in the day.

Striker Muller, who won the Golden Boot in 2010 World Cup, is on his second visit to India. "I look forward to renewing my ties with your country," The Hindu quoted the 22-year-old striker as saying.

Soccer players Mario Gomez, Thomas Muller and Holger Badstuber of Bayern Munich pose for photographers during their visit at Audi pavilion at Auto Expo, in New Delhi.Reuters
Gomez and Muller pose for photographers as they sit inside Audi's R8 car during their visit to India's Auto Expo in New Delhi.Reuters
Gomez (L) and Thomas Muller enjoy the attention of the Expo crowd in New Delhi.Reuters
Gomez (L) and Holger Badstuber at the Audi pavilion at the Auto Expo in New Delhi.Reuters