It's all over. Bayrn win on the evening, but PSG take the group.
- 2nd Half
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- 1st Half
FC Bayern Munich - Paris Saint-Germain
Champions League - 5 December 2017
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CHANCE: Lewandowski is put through on goal by a fantastic long ball from Hummels, but the Pole fires over.
CHANCE: Ulreich denies Mbappe from close-range! Cavani fed the French youngster a delightful ball from distance.
SUB: Lo Celso replaces Draxler.
Muller swings in a cross, but no one is there to get on the end of it. Bayern are probing for a fourth, but the intensity is low.
Sule brings down Cavani on the left in what looks like a sure-fire free kick situation... but nothing is given.
Lewandowski gets the ball on the edge of the area with a clear sight on goal, but the flag goes up. That looked narrow.
SUB: Rafinha and his bleach-blond hair replace Alaba.
Hummels picks out Kimmich in the box with a wonderful long ball, but Kimmich is unable to keep it in play.
SUB: James makes way for Vidal.
Draxler passes square to Mbappe on the edge of the area. His powerful shot is deflected for a corner by Sule.
Bayern have 10 minutes to score two if they want to top the group.
Neymar is set free by Rabiot and Ulreich has to come 35 yards off his line to head clear!
Marquinhos obstructs Coman and is lucky not to get his second yellow card, too.
PSG have had seven on-target shots, compared to Bayern's three.
Tolisso goes down in the area under very little contact from Areola. It looked an awful lot like simulation but he is lucky to escape his second yellow card.
SUB: Silva finally goes off for Kimpembe.
Thiago Silva is clearly not doing very well. After returning to the field he has dropped to the floor. He must go off. The crowd are booing on account of the timewasting.
Dani Alves will not be happy with the way he dealt with that goal. Coman skipped past him as if he wasn;t there.
Coman glides past Dani Alves on the left side and picks out an incoming Tolisso in the area. The Frenchman hits it first time for his second of the night!
Silva is still off the field. Mbappe stat time:
SUB: Ribery makes way for Tommy Muller.
Thiago Silva is on the floor clutching his calf in the area.
Kimmich puts in a dangerous cross but Marquinhos clears.
Cavani tangles with Alaba in the box and goes down in the hope of a penalty. His calls go unanswered.
Cavani heads down the corner to Mbappe's feet - in a near identical position to the one Lewandowski scored from. But the linesman correctly flags him.
CHANCE: Neymar finds Mbappe on the edge of the area and he reels off an excellent half-volley. Ulreich tips it wide for a corner.
Neymar is in the box with the ball and three defenders in front of him. He passes square to Draxler, whose powerful shot is saved.
Dani Alves and Ribery are having a bit of a battle. The Frenchman dispossesses the Brazilian but is unable to keep it in play.
It's nearly Muller Time.
PSG have certainly woken up in this half, they look much more threatening. Bayern appeared to have slowed down a little.
Neymar picks out Cavani in the box with a sensational 30-yard through ball. Cavani tries to cut it back to Mbappe to no avail. Neymar is looking much sharper in this half.
Rudy is booked for a tactical foul on Rabiot on the halfway line. That's four yellow for Bayern now
That was an excellent move from PSG, who have certainly started this half brightly. Neymar and Mbappe are causing issues on the edge of the area, but, save for the goal, Bayern have been able to diffuse their passing game.
Verratti chips the ball to Cavani to the right side of the area. Cavani flicks it into the path of Mbappe, who heads home. The Uruguayan's assist was wonderful.
In some sort of reverse Mourinho move, Unai Emery has only just come onto the field.
Silva feeds Neymar the ball on the left side of the area. He attempts a shot but it sails wide. Very wide.
The second half is underway! Bayern need two unanswered goals to leapfrog the French side to top Group B.
Neymar tries to pick out Mbappe, but his free kick is very poor. It's the last kick of the half. It's been an entertaining game, but the Brazilian needs to step it up if Paris are going to leave Bavaria with a meaningful result.
Rabiot wins a free kick after being shoved to the floor by Hummels around 35 yards from goal.
Draxler has a pop from around 35 yards. He hits it very hard, but straight into Ulreich's arms.
Neymar charges into the box from the left and cuts back a cross to try and find Mbappe, but Ribery intercepts brilliantly.
CHANCE: Neymar tries a low shot across goal but Ulreich pushes it wide.
Marquinhos and Tolisso are booked. In the melee, the former appeared to shove the latter to the ground.
FIGHT! A ruckus breaks out in the Paris box, with Tolisso and Silva in the middle of the action.
Neymar tries some showboating tricks in the middle of the field but Lewandowski dispossesses him. Neymar clutches his foot, perhaps staying down out of embarrassment.
Bayern need two more unanswered goals to top Group B!
James delivers a wonderful deep cross from the left and picks out Tolisso perfectly. He heads just inside the right post. A calm and collected finish from Bayern's record signing!
PSG break and Mbappe is clean through on goal, but the linesman intervenes.
CHANCE: Mbappe plays a lovely throug-ball and Neymar shoots across goal, narrowly wide. He could have picked out Cavani with an open goal in front of him.
Bayern advance on the left flank, but the ball is intercepted by... Cavani, who is back in the right-back position. #TrackingBack
Coman picks up the ball just inside the box but fails to create the space to get a shot off. A swarm of PSG defenders dispossess him.
Draxler is punished for a foul on Coman. The Frenchman wants the ref to pull out a card, but he does not.
PSG have had 54% possession so far, but it feels like Bayern have had more control.
James delivers a corner and Sule has a free header, but fails to connect. Coman wins back possession with some lovely skill and forces another corner.
Mbappe darts through the middle of the field at lightning pace and picks out Neymar in the box. The Brazilian is dispossessed. The headline here: Mbappe is really, really fast.
James sees yellow for dissent in the aftermath of that free kick.
It's a free kick in a very dangerous area just left-of-centre on the box. Neymar puts it over the bar but the ref had already given a free kick to Bayern for some jostling in the wall.
Kimmich is booked for pulling Neymar down on the edge of the box. The contact looked very minimal.
Lewy's goal from seven yards...
Rudy gives up possession with a poor pass in the centre circle and Neymar picks it off. Rudy tracks back and eventually takes it off Neymar's foot for a corner. A good recovery from a sloppy moment.
James delivers an outswinger but PSG's zonal marking pays off and they clear. If James fancied a shot from an acute angle, he had only Mbappe to get past in the one-man wall.
Verratti brings down James on the left edge of the box and it's a free kick.
Ulreich takes his time clearing a ball on the edge of the box and is nearly dispossessed by Neymar.
Rudy has plenty of space around 35 yards from the Paris goal. He shoots and the ball finds Row Z once again.
Tolisso has a chance to find Lewandowski in the box, but his cross flies into Row Z.
Rabiot is punished for a foul on Ribery around 40 yards from the Bayern goal. As soon as Hummels takes it, PSG press hard and nearly win possession back.
Neymar has been quiet so far. He seems content sitting within the midfield three.
James scythes down Verratti near the technical areas but goes unpunished. The Colombian has been excellent so far.
It was Dani Alves who played Lewandowski onside for the goal, by the way.
CHANCE: Lewandowski has a close-range shot blocked by Areola.
The key to PSG's success in the reverse fixture was a quick start. It is the home side who have started brightly tonight.
A wonderful move from Bayern. Ribery finds James on an overlapping pass, he cuts it back to Alaba, who heads into the path of Lewandowski. PSG think he is offside, but the Pole controls the ball and taps in from a few yards!
Neymar collects the ball and finds Mbappe with a nice cross-field pass, but Bayern's defence defuse the danger. Neymar is playing quite deep so far.
Coman cuts in and shoots from the right, but Areola collects easily.
PSG have settled in nicely, they've been comfortable in possession for a few minutes.
Kurzawa crosses to Mbappe, who heads wide.
Rabiot breaks down the left and tries to find Cavani int he box, but Sule cuts the move out.
Dani Alves is called up for a foul on Ribery near the halfway line.
It's a good start for Bayern with plenty of possession down the left channel.
With the first kick Tolisso gave possession straight to PSG. Bayern have the ball back and are patiently knocking around their half.
Turkish referee Cuneyit Cakir peeps his whistle and the home side get the Bavarian bonanza started!
Mbappe, Cavani and Neymar have all scored in the same game on five occasions this season.
There's plenty of Frenchman starting tonight: Bayern have three and PSG have four.
Bayern have won their last two home games against PSG with an aggregate score of 7-1.
Kick-off is minutes away. Reports suggest around 60 PSG and Bayern fans clashed at Munich's main railway station earlier today.
Bayern might be sporting a weaker/experimental squad than usual tonight, but Heynckes' record in this competition is quite formidable.
Robert Lewandowski has scored 19 goals in all competitions this season, and 51 in 2017. And he has grey hair now.
Jupp is certainly winding the clock back with Bayern's most-loved Frenchman tonight...
Jupp Heynckes, who won the treble with Bayern in 2013, makes a pointed remark about superstar talent: "A team who wants to win the Champions League must have exceptional players, who are dynamic and benefit from each other. The atmosphere in the team must be good. Team spirit and teamwork will win you a Champions League - not just superstars."
These two have met seven times in this competition, with Bayern winning only two and PSG five. The last meeting in Bavaria was in the 2000/01 Group Stage, when Die Roten came out 2-0 victors.
PSG are starting to get rather good at this continental association football thing.
Both Ribery and Coman start for Bayern, with the former on the left and the latter on the right. It's no surprise to see Muller on the bench given his fitness issues, but it is unexpected to Tolisso and Rudy in the middle, instead of Martinez and Vidal.
PSG are in the building, along with some luxury German sports cars that have been covered up by protective cloths, presumably because UEFA don't want us to know that a luxury German sports car manufacturer owns a piece of the home team.
Anyway, Mbappe, Cavani and Neymar all start. The trio have scored 15 of PSG's 24 Champions League goals this term.
A reminder of the relatively low stakes of this game: both teams are already through to the knockout round, but Bayern are three points behind the Parisians and can only finish top with a win by a four-goal margin. That's because they lost the reverse fixture 3-0. You know, the one that cost Carlo Ancelotti his job?
BAYERN MUNICH: Ulreich, Sule, Hummels, Alaba, Rudy, Tolisso, Kimmich, Rodriguez, Ribery, Coman, Lewandowski. Subs: Starke, Martinez, Rafinha, Boateng, Vidal, Muller, Friedl. /// PSG: Areola, Alves, Marquinhos, Thiago Silva, Kurzawa, Verratti, Rabiot, Draxler, Mbappé, Cavani, Neymar. Subs: Trapp, Berchiche, Kimpembe, Meunier, Lo Celso, Pastore, Di Maria
Here's the visitors' starting XI. It's a stronger lineup than the one that lost against Strasbourg over the weekend, with Julian Draxler getting a run-out in his home country.
Here's how Bayern - featuring levitating James Rodriguez - will line up. Thomas Muller, Jerome Boateng and Arturo Vidal will be sitting on race car seats in big jackets until called upon.
Kick off is 19.45, team news to follow shortly.
Hello and welcome to Eurosport's live commentary of the Champions League group stage clash between Bayern Munich and Paris Saint-Germain. This is Ryan Bailey (@ryanjaybailey) taking you through all the action from the Allianz Arena—affectionately known as ‘Fussball Arena Munchen’ on European nights.