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FC Bayern Munich - Celtic
Champions League - 18 October 2017
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That's full time. It was easy for Bayern, who not only had the technical superiority, they also didn't have to worry about Celtic marking them from crosses. Rodgers always struggled with his defence at Liverpool and Swansea, and while not a decisive factor when the teams are far apart, he will need to tighten things up in future.
There will be three minutes of added time.
Just injury time to come now.
Celtic will be looking forward to the remaining few minutes being ticked off one by one.
A few stats to sum up Bayern's dominance.
Vidal fires in a shot from the edge of the box, but Ntcham is on hand to get in the way and block its path.
Rogic swings in Celtic's second corner kick, and it's headed out.
Rafinha is on for Kimmich.
- OffPatrick RobertsCeltic
- OnJames ForrestCeltic
Forrest on for Roberts.
- OffKingsley ComanFC Bayern Munich
- OnJames RodríguezFC Bayern Munich
Rodriguez on for Coman.
Lewandowksi plays a one-two with Robben, allowing him to job into the box, but his shot is blocked by a combination of Lustig and Gordon.
Dembele sets up Sinclair, who lashes at goal against Ulreich. It bounces out to Rogic, and his effort is beaten away by the stand-in 'keeper.
Robben cuts in from the left, aims a shot at the far corner, but it's favourable height for Gordon, who palms away.
And Manchester United have gone 1-0 up against Sporting following a long-range shot from Rashford.
Chelsea are now 3-2 down at home to Roma.
- OffThiagoFC Bayern Munich
- OnArturo VidalFC Bayern Munich
Vidal is on for Thiago. The game has run out of steam for now.
- OffStuart ArmstrongCeltic
- OnTom RogicCeltic
Rogic and Dembele on for Armstrong and Griffiths.
A cross from the left for Lewandowski is simply tapped home, and the linesman quickly raises his flag - it's touch and go.
More dreadful marking. Robben heads towards goal to the far post, and Gamboa is on hand to head it away.
Thiago is brought down on the edge of the box, but Lewandowski strikes his effort from the free kick into the wall.
Tierney does well to keep the ball close and under control, along the byline in the box. He cuts onto his right foot, and his ball across the six-yard box is stopped well by Ulreich.
- GoalMats HummelsFC Bayern Munich
GOAL! Bayern 3-0 Celtic. Hummels scores - Robben's deflected shot wins a corner on the right. Robben takes the corner, it's met by Hummels to glance into the far corner easily.
Chelsea are currently 2-1 up against Roma, while United are apparently producing an even less attractive version of their performance on Saturday, this time against Sporting.
A promising start to the second half for Celtic, as Roberts cuts onto his left foot and curls an effort a yard or so over.
- 2nd Half
We go again.
- End of 1st Half
The end of an easy first half for Bayern. 2-0 up happily enough, and there's been little to discuss. It could be more, with a penalty appeal turned down for Lewandowski, but they aren't up against it despite that.
Robben covers to tackle as Sinclair was sprinting down the left wing. Celtic aren't able to match Bayern for effort or technique.
- Yellow cardPatrick RobertsCeltic
Roberts is booked. He strides forwards with the ball, but overruns it. He takes out Thiago in his desperation, and gets a yellow.
Conscientious defending from Rudy sees him cover just him time as Armstrong looked set to get a shot away.
Bayern have a free kick, on the edge of the box, but he blasts the ball at the Celtic wall.
If Celtic can get into the second half 2-0 down, they have a chance to catch their breath and reorganise. Another goal and things could get slightly unpleasant. A little bit nasty, as Super Hans would say.
Celtic are in disarray, but you couldn't expect much different.
- GoalJoshua KimmichFC Bayern Munich
GOAL! Bayern 2-0 Celtic. Kimmich scores - Coman sprints past Gamboa and sends in a cross to the back post. Kimmich, like everyone else on the Bayern side, isn't marked and he can nod in at the back post.
Thomas Muller has become the first German player to score 40 goals in the Champions League.
Coman gets a shot away from the edge of the box before Gamboa can properly close him down, and his bobbling strike is well held by Gordon.
Kimmich pulls back the corner to Lewandowski, who had pulled off at the near post, and he lashes an effort over at the near post.
Rudy has a dig from long range, which is deflected, spinning behind for a corner on the right wing.
- GoalThomas MüllerFC Bayern Munich
GOAL! Bayern 1-0 Celtic. Muller scores - That had been coming. Kimmich cuts in, and sends in a cross. It comes to Lewandowski, unmarked, and he sends a header towards the corner that Gordon beats away. Muller is on hand to rifle the ball into the net after the defenders' inaction.
Coman scoots past Lustig, who is struggling tonight, and he plays in a cross. It's cleared, and Alaba picks it up, who blasts over from close range.
At the other end of the pitch Lewandowski plays in Coman on the left wing and Roberts tracks back to tackle him. However, the ball rolls to Muller, who sets Kimmich up to blast wide.
Armstrong breaks away from Rudy, and finds Griffiths on the right. The ball runs to Sinclair once he's tackled, but he can't get a shot away.
Bayern want a penalty. Lustig pulls down Lewandoski in the box, down the right hand side, and the referee ignores it. That's a generous decision.
GOAL! No - Thiago thinks he has a goal in the early stages, but it's ruled out when Lewandowski is ruled to have pulled the ball back from over the toucline.
Celtic holding their own so far, but they will be lucky to carry that on.
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The match gets underway.
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Brendan educates: "We're going to have to be resilient but we've got to be confident enough to play. We respect we're playing against fantastic players. They'll be highly motivated and they'll want to come out and really press the game and show their qualities."
Jerome Boateng on Jupp Heynckes' return: "I decided to stay here and I didn't want to just run away after a bad spell. You can see from the way we are training now that the team is having fun again and that the trainer has an intuition for things."
This game is about one man. One legend. One person who has changed football for the better with his fascinating approach to the game and peerless intellect. It is Brendan Rodgers. The unmatched success he has enjoyed over his career suggests that victory will not come easily for Bayern - if it comes at all. I think, as the great man said once, more or less, this is a wonderful chance for the people to come and see what magical thing it is that Rodgers is producing.
TEAMS: Ulreich, Hummels, Alaba, Boateng, Kimmich, Rudy, Thiago, Coman, Robben, Muller, Lewandowski. Subs: Starke, Sule, James, Rafinha, Vidal, Tolisso, Friedl. /// Celtic: Gordon, Gamboa, Lustig, Boyata, Tierney, Brown, Ntcham, Armstrong, Roberts, Sinclair, Griffiths.
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