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Bayern Munich vs Manchester United summary | score, goals, highlights | UEFA Champions League 2023-24

A flurry of late action suggested it was a contest, but the Germans had the Red Devils where they wanted them for much of the night.

Bayern Munich vs Manchester United: Champions League as it happened

Full time: Bayern Munich 4-3 Manchester United

A strange, strange game in Munich, as Bayern ultimately do just enough to hold off Manchester United. As much as 2-0 flattered the hosts in the first half, it is utterly bizarre to think that the Premier League giants won the second period 3-2, such was their inferiority.

In reality, there wasn’t a great deal to choose between the teams in the first half, which was dominated by Onana’s howling mistake to gift Sané the opening goal. United, who had been marginally the better side up until that point and were only denied the breakthrough by a brilliant tackle from Davies, were then further punished by a quick-fire second for Gnabry.

The feeling was that Bayern had been playing within themselves and were somewhat off-colour, whereas United appeared to have little more to give.

The second half reflected that in every way other than the scoreline. Hojlund scored his first goal for the English club immediately after the restart but Ten Hag’s side were immediately brought back down to earth when Eriksen was punished for handball in the box, with Kane dispatching the penalty.

From then on, United appeared to be down and out, and Bayern looked by far the more likely to kill their opponents off than be pegged back again. Onana partly redeemed himself by making a string of saves, and Casemiro set up a grandstand finale by prodding home with a couple of minutes left.

Were Bayern just teasing The Red Devils? It appeared so as, once again within minutes, they raced up the other end and re-established their two-goal lead thanks to Tel’s emphatic finish. Incredibly enough, Casemiro still had time to head in a third for the visitors, but it proved to be the last action of the game, which the Germans deservedly won.

Manchester United manager Erik Ten Hag: "A lot is going against us"

"We're disappointed because we should stay in the game. If you score three goals at Bayern Munich, you have to take a point.

"We are in a period, a lot is going against us. We have to make our own luck. We've played great teams in the last three games."

On Andre Onana taking responsibility for his mistake: "It's good he's doing that but it's about the team. Mistakes are being made but you have to bounce back as a team. If one player makes a mistake, it's done, it's gone. We have to believe as a team that we can always bounce back. Tonight we showed it."

On Saturday's game with Burnley: "Every game is important. Every game is huge. We have to make our own luck. Nobody can help you.

"Stay in the game and don't allow the opponent to score a goal. it's not about one mistake. It was too easy for the player to have the shot."

On how to change things: "We, the team, me included, only we can do it. It's in our hands, nobody else."

Erik Ten Hag, Manchester United manager, speaking to TNT Sports

Harry Kane "excited for what's to come" after first Champions League goal for Bayern

"It was a crazy finish. For the majority of the game we controlled it and dictated the tempo. We just lost a bit of concentration in the last five minutes. Thankfully we held onto the lead.

On his start in Germany: "It's been nice. It's always great to score. Always room for improvement. It's a great night tonight. We're building. We can enjoy this."

On his new team-mates: "As a striker I know I'll get chances. It's exciting to play with them. We're still getting to know each other. I'm excited for what's to come".

"Whenever there's a big price tag there's a big expectation and you want to repay the club who have put faith in you."

On United: "They are going through a difficult spell with injuries. They have a lot of talent - you saw that in the last five minutes. Overall I'm not too worried about them, I'm more focused on myself."

Harry Kane, Bayern Munich striker, speaking to TNT Sports

Who do Bayern and Manchester United play next?

Four wins and a draw in five competitive games now for Bayern, whose next Champions League game is at Copenhagen on Tuesday 3 October. 

United, meanwhile, have lost three games in a row and four of their last five in all competitions. They host Galatasaray next on the same night.
United's Onana keen to explain himself

United's Onana keen to explain himself

As far as I gather, United goalkeeper André Onana wanted to speak to the media after the game following his crucial mistake for the first goal. An absolute howler, it has to be said, but fair play to him for fronting up.

United goalkeeper André Onana discusses mistake against Bayern

"It's difficult. We started very good. After my mistake we lost control of the game. It's a difficult situation for us, for me.

"The team were one down because of that mistake. I have to learn from it and be strong. I'm happy with the comeback of the team.

"I have a lot to prove. My start in Manchester hasn't been so good, not how I want. This was one of my worst games. We have big ambition.

"It's a tough time. We have to be together and work hard."

André Onana, Manchester United goalkeeper, speaking to TNT Sports

2023-24 Champions League group stage: matchday one results

Wins for Bayern, Arsenal, Real Madrid, Napoli and Salzburg on Wednesday, following victories for Feyenoord, PSG, RB Leipzig, Manchester City, Porto and Barcelona on Tuesday. 

Check out the full list of results for matchday one.

Bayern's Leroy Sané named MVP

Leroy Sané, who was gifted the opening goal by Onana, has picked up the MVP award. How do we feel about that?

If I'm Jamal Musiala, I'm stealing that from him in the dressing room.

Bayern Munich the early leaders in Group A

Only one game played but Bayern are already top of the group, which is where they'll expect to finish.

In today's other Group A clash, Galatasaray mounted a superb late comeback to salvage a point against 10-man Copenhagen. Here's how that one went down. 


Bayern's incredible home run goes on

That's now 35 home games undefeated in the Champions League group stage and 14 wins in a row for the Germans.

Sehr, sehr gut.

Full time: Bayern Munich 4-3 Manchester United

What a bizarre game of soccer! Bayern run out worthy winners. 

Mini-match report on its way.

What's going in here? Fernandes fizzes a free-kick across goal and Casemiro glances it in!


Too little, too late, surely?!

You had the feeling that Bayern could score again if they really wanted to and that's exactly what happened.

Just moments after Tel crosses for Müller to hit the post, he takes down Kimmich's lofted pass and smashes high past Onana. 

There's no coming back from that.


Forget it, game well and truly over!

Four minutes of added time.

It would be incredible if The Red Devils got something out of this game. For 20 minutes, it's looked as if they've mentally been on the plane back to Manchetser.

It starts with absolutely superb work from Martial out on the right, followed by some neat passing around the edge of the Bayern box. Casemiro runs into the area, gets the break of the ball and prods beyond Ulreich. 



Where did that come from?!

Sané and Kane off, Thomas Müller and Tel come on. Old and young.

Bayern in total control. I'd suggest they haven't got anywhere near top gear, either.

Another duel between Choupo-Moting and Onana, with the goalkeeper again coming out on top. Held at the first attempt by the United stopper.

A big chance squandered for United! McTominary does brilliantly to rob Goretzka deep in Bayern territory and attempts a one-two with Martial, but slips just as he goes to collect it. He could've got a shot away otherwise.

Martial and Garnacho replace Hojlund and Pellistri.

United are caught between hoping they can somehow sneak a goal and not receiving a thumping. They're closer to the latter than the former, I'd say.

Bayern are going to score again here. This time Sané works it to Coman, whose low shot is blocked by Onana.

Space at the edge of the box for Choupo-Moting, who curls one goalwards, only to be denied by flying compatriot Onana!

Bayern doing all the running at the moment with Laimer somehow managing to get past Reguilon out on the right. The full-back has several players to pick out in the middle but can only find a zebra shirt. The Germans will be back for more, though.

Musiala given huge ovation

Musiala has been very impressive in the Bayern midfield and attack but is given a rest for the final stages. Choupo-Moting on in his place.

I really can't see where a United goal could come from here. Bayern looking more likely to add another.

United's defensive woes continue

Erik Ten Hag's side had the second best defensive record in the Premier League last season. Let's just say they've made a slow start in that department this term.

A bit of possession for United in the last couple of minutes but not much of a threat going forward. 20 minutes to change that!

Eriksen off, McTominay on. The Scot has been in superb goalscoring form for his country, United could do with him transferring that form to club soccer.

Goretska and Martínez are first in the book for a disagreement, shall we say?

Bayern are looking considerably more dangerous at the moment. Not much of a spark from United, if any.

Another save from Onana but a much less convincing one this time. Sané's dipping shot from outside the box moves in the air and the United keeper beats it away uncomfortably, thankfully to Lindelof, who clears the danger.

Coman replaces Gnabry for the hosts.

Onana saves from Kane!

Better from Onana as Kane lines one up from a tight angle. The Nigerian should've have been beaten at his near post there though.

United huffing and puffing to get back into it and Reguilon flashes a first-time shot well wide from Rashford's cut-back!

That would've been delightful. Kane brilliantly disguises a defence-splitting pass for Sané but Dalot just gets to it first and clears.

Five goals in five games for Harry Kane for Bayern

Kane has picked up where he left off with Spurs in England. That's five in five for the 30-year-old, with a few assists thrown in there for good measure.

Sané hits the post!

Musiala has been at the heart of everything good for Bayern and picks out a superb pass for Sané, who beats Onana but sees his shot cannon back off the post!

Manchester United were back within a goal of Bayern for around 60 seconds (of playing time).

A chance for Onana to make amends...but he didn't.

No goalkeeper was saving that. Right in the corner!


Textbook from the England captain!


Oh dear (for United). VAR judges Eriksen to have handled the ball in the box and Kane is getting ready...

Musiala almost restore two-goal lead immediately!

Bayern race up the other end and Musiala makes space for a shot, which is deflected just wide!

A bit messy from Bayern's point of view, with Casemiro picking up a loose ball on the edge of the box and lofting it to Rashford, who tees up Hojlund. The Dane's strike takes a slight deflection and trundles past Ulerich! 



Goals do win games though!

One of the most effortless nutmegs I've never seen from Rashford on Laimer. Nutmegs don't win games though, do they?

As was the case in the first half, United have started the second fairly well and are attacking almost exclusively down the left. Poor Dalot and Pellistri have barely had a kick so far.

Second half underway in Munich!

United get us going again at Allianz Arena.

The players are on their way back out for more! What have United and Ten Hag got up their collective zebra-patterend sleeves?

Bayern's marginal gains give them half-time lead

Bayern came into the first half more after a sluggish start, although a 2-0 lead is a bit flattering, it has to be said. 

Is there any hope for United in the second half? I'm struggling to see a comeback being on the cards, but I've been wrong before and I'll be wrong again!

Half time: Bayern Munich 2-0 Manchester United

That first half has absolutely flown past, even though it’s not been especially great in terms of quality. United will be scratching their heads as to how they are down and almost out, as they had been marginally the better team, without being brilliant, until Sané’s opening goal, which was gifted to him by Onana, who we can only assume had smeared butter all over his gloves pre-match.

The Red Devils’ attacks have all come down the left and they should have been ahead in the early stages, Davies doing brilliantly to stop Pellistri from scoring from close range before Ulreich saved the follow-up from Eriksen.

Rashford and Reguilon have occasionally threatened to get in behind and each got a shot away, but it was Sané’s somewhat tame effort which has had the biggest impact on the game so far, squirming past Onana.

As is so often happens after conceding, United went on to let in a second moments later, with the influential Musiela squaring for Gnabry to sweep home.

Bayern have created little else, with Kane not hugely involved, but they haven’t had to.

Goals galore across Europe tonight. Check out all the scores, scorers and intricate stats with AS USA's Champions League live service.

Sané and Gnabry in the goals for Bayern

Not a great performance but a great start nevertheless. Bayern in pole position ahead of the second half.

Half time: Bayern Munich 2-0 Manchester United

Two goals in four minutes have Bayern in control at the break!

Sané inches away from a third!

Moments of danger of either end, but it's Bayern who almost net a third!

Reguilon again breaks into the Germans' box but sees his cross cut out. The hosts race up the other end and Sané cuts in from the right, as he tends to do, before curling inches wide!

Onana mistake gifts Bayern opening goal

Reguilon showed better handling than Onana, unfortunately for Manchester United.

Incredibly risk stuff from Onana, who you wouldn't think had just made a howling mistake. He tries to pick a pass into midfield between Bayern attackers and gives it away, although he's lucky to get away with it this time.

We've seen very little from Rasmus Hojlund so far. He manages to win a knock-down to Casemiro, who tries to sweep the ball out to the left to Rashford, who is in acres of space. The Brazilian overhits it though and the danger has gone.

The Premier League side have at least been on the front foot since conceding those quick-fire goals.

Fernandes is next to try his luck for United but the last said about that effort from long range the better. Sent into orbit by the Portuguese.

Reguilon shoots just wide for United!

A decent response from the visitors, who have to dust themselves down quickly. And maybe they have done.

Reguilon makes a promising run into the box but drags an angled shot past the post.

The second goal is all down to Musiala's work out on the left. He jinks into the box unchallenged and cuts the ball back for Gbabry, who sweeps it first time into the corner. Two goals out of nowhere!


United collapsing like a pack of cards here...

Oh no Onana!

Yes, he most definitely will. It's not been a great start to his United career...

Well, that has taken the wind out of United's sails. An incredible error from Onana. Remember, three goalkeepers on the bench. Any of them would've saved that.

Kane assists Sané, Onana mistake

Sané plays the ball into Kane, who lays it off perfectly for a left-footed shot from the edge of the box.

Onana, and I can''t emphasise this enough, makes a complete mess of keeping it out. He could've thrown his cap on that, if he was wearing one.


Their first effort on goal!

Ferdinand and Scholes watching former team Manchester United

Did Rio take his boots with him to Munich? If there's another injury in defence, he might be the next man up.

Reguilon is at it again! He tracks Sané all the way across to the other side of the field then picks his pocket with a brilliantly-timed tackle, again on the slide. Lovely.

Reguilon slides hard into Laimer, a tackle which wouldn't be out of place in the 1999 Champions League final between the teams. This is 2023, though, and you've seen yellow cards given for such challenges, even though he won the ball. But not this time.

Musiala almost clean through!

The live-blogger's curse almost strikes again! Musiala looks to have a clear run on goal but is thwarted at the crucial moment by Martínez, who mops up after dispossessing the German.
UCL games

UCL games

There are another five games on just now and you can follow what's going on in real time with AS USA's live Champions League coverage.

As soon as I that, of course, Onana does have work to do. He does it really comfortably though, plucking Kimmich's corner out of the air without any fuss.

Bayern and Kane offering no threat in attack

There's been next to nothing in attack from Bayern, who haven't got Kane in the game or given Onana any work to do. Slow out of the traps, as they say.

Rashford tests Ulreich!

A first glimpse of Marcus Rashford in action and he looks in the mood! He turns Laimer inside and whips a low shot goalwards, which Ulreich deals with.

Bayern have been pretty out-of-sorts so far. Quite a few misplaced passes under no pressure from the hosts so far.

Reguilon is going to be OK to continue, thankfully for the away side. The might have had to send on one of the three goalkeepers they have on the bench. Times are tough.

Sané clatters Reguilon around the head and the Spaniard goes down. United could do without losing another defender.

Some neat play in midfield from the Red Devils and Fernandes looks to play Pellistri clean through...excellent covering again from Davies though.

United have made the more impressive start here. But then we said that about Antwerp at Barcelona last night and they lost 5-0...

Good pressing from the visitors so far, with Fernandes engaging with Davies high up the field, stopping the left-back from charging forward, as he tends to do.

Davies stops United opener!

How are United not in front?!

Eriksen breaks into the box and looks to have teed Pellistri up for a tap-in at the back post, only forDavies to somehow get a foot in. The ball comes back to the Dane, whose first-time shoot is knocked round the post by Ulreich.

The corner comes to nothing and now we've seen the first instance of something we've seen a lot of in the early part of the season - Onana with the ball at his feet desperately looking to make a forward pass.

Bayern enjoying most of the early possession...and an early corner! Sané threatens in behind but his cross is blocked.

Bayern Munich vs Manchester United underway in Munich!

Strap yourselves in, we're off!

Bayern Munich vs Manchester United: kick-off almost upon us!

The teams are out, the pre-match formalities are in full swing. Who've you got for this one, Bayern or United?

Champions League anthem time

It was booed in Barcelona last night, but the UEFA Champions League anthem seems to be a big hit in Munich.

Manchester United team to play Bayern Munich

Erik Ten Hag has pretty much gone with the defenders that he has available to him, such are the Red Devils' injury issues at the back, 

Onana; Dalot, Lindelof, Martínez, Reguilon; Casemiro, Eriksen; Pellistri, Fernandes, Rashford; Hojlund.

Bayern Munich team to take Manchester United

Here's a reminder of the Bayern Munich team to take on Manchester United at the Allianz Arena. Does Kane start? Of course he does!

Ulreich; Laimer, Upamecano, Kim, Davies; Goretzka; Kimmich; Sané, Musiala, Gnabry; Kane.

Bayern Munich on Champions League record home run

As if United's task wasn't tough enough given their current predicament, they are facing a Bayern team who are pretty much unstoppable at Allianz Arena. Especially in the group stage. 34 matches unbeaten (31 wins) and 13 victories in a row!

How do you say "Wow!" auf Deutsch?
Real Madrid vs Union Berlin, live online: score, stats & updates | UEFA Champions League 23/24

Real Madrid were being held by Union Berlin deep into injury time at Estadio Santiago Bernabéu. You'll never, ever guess what happened with almost the last kick of the ball and you'll never guess who kicked it...

Joe's still trying to believe his eyes.
Will the Glazer family sell Manchester United?

Will the Glazer family sell Manchester United?

Manchester United fans damn well hope so (pardon my French)!

Qatar’s Sheikh Jassim and INEOS owner Sir Jim Ratcliffe have both made bids for United after the current owners, the Glazer family, announced they were considering a full sale of the club nine months ago. However, that has yet to materialise and there has been some suggestion the potential buyers are getting sick of waiting. The different members of the Glazer family are reportedly at odds with one another over what to do with the club, and if they don't know what they want, what chance do the rest of us have?

The situation has led to uncertainty in the transfer market and how many successful clubs do you know that are badly run?
Manchester United's off-field issues: Jadon Sancho, Antony and Mason Greenwood

Manchester United's off-field issues: Jadon Sancho, Antony and Mason Greenwood

While things haven't been great on the field for United, they've been even worse off it. Ten Hag has been deprived of the services of three attacking players, for what can only be described as "personal issues". 

Jadon Sancho is training away from the first-team squad after a high-profile falling out with the Dutch manager, who accused him of not training well enough. Antony has delayed his return to Old Trafford after international duty to "address allegations" of assault against him, while Mason Greenwood has been loaned out to Spanish club Getafe after criminal charges against him, including attempted rape and assault, were dropped.

Manchester United manager Erik Ten Hag explains Facundo Pellistri start

"Last year, we battled for the Champions League, this is where we belong, we deserve it, but we have to prove we deserve it again.

"Pellistri is doing very well, over a long period. He came from South America and to start against Brighton would be a tough journey. Today, I think tactically, it fits very good because [Alphonso] Davies is very offensive.

"He's got a lot of speed, and Pellistri can match that. Davies is not a great defender and his dribbling, so yeah, a good game for it [to start Pellistri]. We can have a lot of possession and with Bruno in the No.10, he's creative and a very good presser as well.

Erik Ten Hag, Manchester United manager, speaking to TNT Sports
How have Manchester United started the 2023-24 season?

How have Manchester United started the 2023-24 season?

Have I gone a bit OTT on how bad Manchester United's start to the season has been? I don't think so. After finishing third in the Premier League in Erik Ten Hag's first season and winning the League Cup, there were hopes they could push on and challenge neighbours Manchester City for the title. 

That's looking highly unlikely after defeats to Spurs, Arsenal and Brighton in their opening five league fixtures. They have also won two matches, at home to Wolves and Nottingham Forest, but were unconvincing in both. 

They'll surely have to get their act together if they are to have any chance of avoiding losing to Bayern?

Manchester United in town for Bayern Munich test

I'm not sure this post makes any sense whatsoever (surely United should be saying "Bring on Bayern"?) but the Red Devils are look resplendent in those Adidas tracksuits (other sportswear manufacturers are available). Will they look as good on the field, though, that's the big question?

Bayern Munich "in the House" at Allianz Arena

Even if you don't speak German, you can probably gather than Bayern Munich have arrived at tonight's venue. 

Oh, reliable sources have informed me that "in the House" is, in fact, English. My high-school German is a little rusty.

Just over 45 minutes to go until kick off!

Bayern Munich team to play Manchester United: Kane leads the attack

As expected, Kane leads the Bayern attack, with Canadian Alphonso Davies starting at left-back. 

Ulreich; Laimer, Upamecano, Kim, Davies; Goretzka; Kimmich; Sané, Musiala, Gnabry; Kane.
Harry Kane on Bayern Munich, Manchester United and Champions League ambitions

Back to Germany and Bayern new's superstar striker Harry Kane, who also had the chance to join...Manchester United.

Speaking to The Athletic ahead of the game, the England captain revealed: "It was down to Tottenham and Bayern. Manchester United are a great club, a really big club, but I decided to come here, really glad I have.

Here's Will with more Kane quips.

Who are the other two teams in Group A?

By name and reputation alone, Bayern and United should finish as top two in the group. Soccer isn't as simple as that though, is it? Especially with the way things are going for the Red Devils at the moment...

Galatasaray and Copenhagen will be fighting out to qualify for the knockout round and are currently facing each other in the second early kick off. Here's how that one's going. 

Remember you can keep up to speed with all of today's Champions League fixtures on our handy score service. Some good looking games coming up a little later.
Real Madrid vs Union Berlin, live online: score, stats & updates | UEFA Champions League 23/24

Just to take your attention away from Munich for a split second, there are two other Champions League games going on right now. One of those sees serial winners Real Madrid host UCL new boys Union Berlin, which was goalless at half-time.

The second period has just got underway and you can follow that one with my esteemed colleague Joe!

Manchester United XI to play Bayern Munich: Hojlund and Pellistri start

Manchester United have gone first with their line-up, with summer signing Rasmus Hojlund starting his second consecutive game in attack. With Antony and Sancho unavailable, Uruguayan winger Facundo Pellistri also plays from the off. 

Onana; Dalot, Lindelof, Martínez, Reguilon; Casemiro, Eriksen; Pellistri, Fernandes, Rashford; Hojlund.
How have Bayern Munich started the 2023-24 season?

How have Bayern Munich - and Harry Kane - started the 2023-24 season?

England captain Harry Kane has been at the centre of most Bayern Munich-related news this season after making a high-profile switch from Tottenham Hotspur. The striker made a rather rushed debut for the club in the German Super Cup defeat to RB Leipzig but has since gone on to score four goals in four Bundesliga fixtures.The Bavarians have won three and drawn one of those and sit level on points with league leaders Bayer Leverkusen.

Allianz Arena ready for Bayern vs United

Bayern Munich famously missed out on the chance to win the Champions League in their own stadium in 2012, somehow losing to Chelsea on penalties after dominating for almost 120 minutes. Allianz Arena has become one of Europe's most iconic "new" grounds, at least from the outside. What's going to happen inside?
Who is Glenn Nyberg, Bayern Munich-Man United Champions League referee?

Who is the referee for Bayern Munich vs Manchester United?

The man who hopes nobody will be talking about him come the end of the clash is Glenn Nyberg from Sweden. 

Nyberg has already been in charge of a UEFA game this season, overseeing the Europa League (3rd round qualifier) in Piraeus between Greek giants Olympiakos and Belgian outfit Genk when five yellow cards were issued on the night as part of a 1-0 win for the home side.

Here's Paul with more on the man in the middle.

Early Manchester United team news: Ten Hag has huge injury issues

It never rains but it pours for Manchester United at the minute. 

With Luke Shaw, Raphaël Varane and Tyrell Malacia already out, fellow defenders Harry Maguire and Aaron Wan-Bissaka have also picked up injuries. New signing Sofyan Amrabat is also injured, while the match comes too soon for Mason Mount's return. Wingers Antony and Jadon Sancho miss out due to "personal" reasons, which will come on to a little later...

Is there any good news for United? I'll get back to you on that one.

Early Bayern Munich team news: Neuer still out, Coman returns

Long-term injury victim Manuel Neuer remains sidelined with a knee injury, which means Sven Ulreich is again expected to start in goal. Summer signing Raphaël Guerreiro is back in training but won't play, although winger Kingsley Coman, who scored the winning goal in the 2020 Champions League final, is fit to return to action.
Bayern Munich vs Manchester United: times, how to watch on TV, stream online | Champions League

Are you excited for this one yet? Of course you are. But have you found a way to watch it (as well as allowing me to paint pictures in your head, of course)? 

If you’re in the United States, then you’re in luck as there is a way to get your eyes on the game and here comes Andy with the details! Just be sure to stick with me too!

You can watch a Bayern Munich vs Manchester United live stream on fuboTV, which offers a free trial.

What time does Bayern Munich vs Manchester United kick off?

Glad you asked. 

The clash at Allianz Arena in Germany gets underway at 9 p.m. local time, which makes it 3 p.m. ET and 12 p.m. PT. A pre- or post-lunch Champions League treat, depending on where you are.

Over the next 90 minutes or so I’ll be bringing you build-up, team news and plenty more.

Let's do this!

Hello and welcome to Bayern Munich vs Manchester United!

We had a five-star performance from Barcelona and an injury-time equaliser from a goalkeeper on matchday one night one. Can we top that on night two?

Of course we can, especially with matches of the calibre of Bayern Munich vs Manchester United on the menu! 

I’m Roddy and thanks for joining me for this one, which, I'm sure you'll all agree, should bea lot of fun (especially with the way the Red Devils have been defending...)!

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