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FC Bayern Munich - Dynamo Kyiv
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Full-time: It's another comfortable night's work for Bayern, who make it two wins from two in Group E. Robert Lewandowski's first-half double set the tempo, and after the restart, Serge Gnabry, Leroy Sane and Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting got in on the act.
- Yellow cardLucas HernándezFC Bayern Munich
Hernandez blots the Bayern copybook, going into the referee's book for a needless foul.
There will be just two more minutes of misery for Dynamo Kiev to endure.
- GoalEric Maxim Choupo-MotingFC Bayern Munich
GOAL! Bayern Munich 5-0 Dynamo Kiev (Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting): He scores in his fourth consecutive Champions League game! Climbing high to meet Pavard's devilish back-post cross, Choupo-Moting cushions a header into the corner of goal!
Substitutes Sarr and Sabitzer try to get in on the action, but in the space of a minute, both shoot wide.
Barcelona are imploding - they're 3-0 down to Benfica.
Tonight's man of the match? He's certainly a contender.
- OffLeroy SanéFC Bayern Munich
- OnBouna SarrFC Bayern Munich
Oh, and Bouna Sarr is on for Sane, who has been particularly excellent tonight.
- OffRobert LewandowskiFC Bayern Munich
- OnEric Maxim Choupo-MotingFC Bayern Munich
Bayern subs: There won't be a hat-trick for Lewandowski as he's replaced by Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting. Marcel Sabitzer also comes on for Goretzka.
- GoalLeroy SanéFC Bayern Munich
GOAL! Bayern Munich 4-0 Dynamo Kiev (Leroy Sane): Leroy puts the gloss on another terrific performance with a rather fortuitous goal! Clearly attempting a cross from the left, the German's ball in catches Bushchan cold and despite getting a hand to it, he can't keep it out! Fluke or not, Sane deserves his goal - he's been superb!
- OffViktor TsyhankovDynamo Kyiv
- OnOleksandr KaravaievDynamo Kyiv
Dinamo Kiev subs: Garmash and Tsygankov are off, Oleksandr Karavaev and Vladyslav Supeyaha are on.
- OffSerge GnabryFC Bayern Munich
- OnJamal MusialaFC Bayern Munich
Bayern subs: That will be Gnabry's last contribution as he makes way for Jamal Musaila, while Pavard comes on for Davies.
- GoalSerge GnabryFC Bayern Munich
GOAL! Bayern Munich 3-0 Dynamo Kiev (Serge Gnabry): This time Gnabry goes it alone and gets his reward, sealing the victory for Bayern in the process! The hosts break from Sule's clearance, Sane's pass Gnabry couldn't have been better and the 26-year-old speeds towards goal from the halfway line, looks up and smashes it past the goalkeeper.
And now Gnabry head wide from Davies' cross!
There has been a bit of a lull in the game, but Bayern suddenly turn up the intensity, with Sane spreading it to Gnabry on the right side of the penalty area. He should shoot but unselfishly tries to roll it across the face of goal and Dynamo clear it behind for a corner.
Alex Telles has now levelled the scores at Old Trafford.
Sydorchuk tries a ridiculous backheel pass in his own area, gifting Sane the ball in a dangerous area. He fails to punish the visitors, though, dragging his shot wide.
Manchester United have fallen behind in their Champions League game at home to Villarreal!
Garmash has a problem, Bayern put the ball out of play and on come the medics.
Goretzka plays in Sane with the most beautiful of through balls, but the former Manchester City player takes a heavy touch and Bushchan races off his line to smother.
Upamecano concedes a free-kick for a high foot on Garmash. There was no intention there, but it was a dangerous tackle and perhaps the Bayern defender is fortunate not to receive a yellow card.
Wide! Hunting his hat-trick, Lewandowski pounces inside the box and gets his shot away from a tight angle but can't test the goalkeeper.
Sule flicks a cross into the path of Kimmich, whose sidefooted lob is just over the bar.
That's really smart from Shepeliev, who squeezes between two Bayern defenders to race through on goal - but the offside flag is already raised.
Sane is only growing in confidence and here he comes again, slaloming past a number of challenges before spreading it wide to Gnabry. His first-time cross is played to the back post - but there's no one to attack it.
Trademark goalkeeping from Neuer, who races off his line to beat Tshankov to a ball over the top, clearing for a throw-in.
- OffOleksandr TymchykDynamo Kyiv
- OnTomasz KedzioraDynamo Kyiv
Kick-off! The second half commences. Having been booked in the first period, Dynamo are taking no chances with Tymchyk making way for Kedziora at the break, while Shepelev comes on for Shaparenko.
- End of 1st Half
Half-time: Bayern Munich are two goals to the good at the break, thanks to Robert Lewandowski's brace.
Neuer called into action once more but this time it's a comfortable stop as Shaparenko's effort is weak.
Neuer to the rescue! Dynamo spring a dangerous counter attack as De Pena receives a ball over the top. His cushioned effort is heading for the top corner but Neuer get the slightest of his contact to divert it over the bar!
Kimmich tries to catch the goalkeeper out at his near post with a clever free-kick but Buschan is alert to make the save.
- Yellow cardOleksandr TymchykDynamo Kyiv
Sane, close to the corner flag, leaves two defenders in his wake as he moves infield with a delightful piece of skill before he's dragged back by Tymchyk, who was simply asking for the yellow card and gets it.
Sane... no! The high-press wins Bayern the ball in midfield once more and suddenly Sane is through on goal. His low shot looks destined for the bottom corner but it strikes the inside of the post instead! So unfortunate for the German international!
Sule leans back, goes for power and shoot well wide from distance.
Kiev come into this contest off the back of an 18-game unbeaten run and yet they have been completely outplayed in Munich. That comes as no surprise, really.
Another diagonal pass from the middle of the park finds Gnabry on the edge of the box. He heads on a teasing ball, but there's no one inside to pick up the pieces.
Much better from the visitors, who build a sweeping move down the left. De Pena rolls it down the line for Garmash, he shoots, it's deflected behind by Upamecano and Dynamo have a corner.
- GoalRobert LewandowskiFC Bayern Munich
GOAL! Bayern Munich 2-0 Dynamo Kiev (Robert Lewandowski): That man again! Typical of their night so far, the visitors clumsily lose the ball in midfield following a heavy touch. Muller plays a beautifully-weighted pass into the path of Lewandowski, who gets the ball out of his feet before bending it past the helpless Bushchan.
Sane opts to take the free-kick short but nothing comes of it.
Bayern win a corner, which is delivered by Kimmich but cleared at the far post. Dynamo can't get out, however, and when Shaperenko fouls Lewandowski, the hosts have another shooting opportunity.
Close! Lewandowski uncharacteristically miscontrols a pass but it sits up perfectly for Sule to try a first-time shot, and it's not far away. Just wide of the far post he was searching for.
As you would expect, Bayern are in total control of the contest. The home supporters are extremely quiet, though, almost as if they are taking all three points for granted.
After Buschan pulled off a good stop to deny Lewandowski, the Dynamo Kiev goalkeeper will have been ready to tear his hair out watching Syudorchuk commit such a needless foul inside the box.
- Goal by penaltyRobert LewandowskiFC Bayern Munich
GOAL! Bayern Munich 1-0 Dynamo Kiev (Robert Lewandowski, pen): After a stutter in his run-up, Lewandowski waits for the goalkeeper to commit before sending him the wrong with a perfect penalty. Having failed to score against Furth, the Poland international is back amongst the goals!
Penalty to Bayern Munich! From the resulting corner, Sydorchuk handles the ball and the referee points to the spot. The VAR check is complete and Lewandowski readies himself...
Fingertip save! Goretzka picks out Gnabry on the flank and he delivers a sidefooted cross. Lewandowski meets it with a powerful header, forcing Bushchan into a decent early stop.
A warning to Bayern! After moving the ball from right to left in the blink of an eye, Tsyankov fires wide from the angle. That was a half chance for Dynamo!
Lewandowski, having received a pass inside the box with his back to goal, turns into trouble and commits a foul in a bid to retrieve the ball. Muller's shot nestles in the net - but the referee's whistle had already blown.
Davies, who I feel is going to have a lot of fun tonight, speeds past his marker Tymcyhk en route to the penalty area but trips over himself at the vital moment.
Dynamo are playing a five-man midfield, but one pass from Kimmich to Davies beats their press and suddenly Bayern are in a great position. He rolls it to Sane, but his cross is easily smothered by the goalkeeper.
- 1st Half
Kick-off! Bayern Munich get us underway at the Allianz Arena!
Thomas Muller has 49 goals in 125 Champions League matches. If he scores tonight, he will become the first German player to reach 50 and draw level with Thierry Henry as the seventh highest scorer in the competition.
Bayern have already scored 41 times this season. With all of their big hitters included from the start tonight, can we expect another goal-fest?
Is the Chelsea defender set to join Bayern?
One thing is guaranteed tonight - goals. Bayern have scored at least once in their last 80 competitive matches - an ongoing European record.
On that Nescheret performance against Barca, well , have a look for yourself...
There's a change in Dynamo Kiev's goal as Georgiy Bushcan starts in goal, with Denys Boyko taking his place on the bench. I vividly remember Ruslan Nescheret having the game of his life last season against Barcelona, making a string of saves against Lionel Messi and co. It's a shame he seems to be third choice these days. In attack, Carlos de Pena - once of Middlesbrough (and a huge flop for the Teessiders!) plays on the wing.
Oh the memories...
TEAMS IN FULL - Bayern XI: Neuer, Sule, Upamecano, Hernandez, Davies, Kimmich, Goretzka, Gnabry, Muller, Sane, Lewandowski.. subs: Fruchtl, Richards, Pavard, Choupo-Moting, Cuisance, Sabitzer, Sarr, Marc Roca, Nianzou, Musiala, Stanisic. /// Dynamo Kiev XI: Bushchan, Mykolenko, Shabanov, Zabarnyi, Tymchyk, Sydorchuk, Andriyevskiy, Shaparenko, De Pena, Tsyankov, Garmash.. subs: Nescheret, Boyko, Verbic, Shepeliev, Lednev, Karavaev, Vitinho, Syrota, Shkurin, Supryaha, Kedziora, Antiukh.
The only surprise in the Bayern XI is that Benjamin Pavard drops to the bench days after he was sent off in the 3-1 win over Furth. Nagelsmann opts for a 4-2-4-1 and it's a strong XI, with the head coach not prepared to take any risks.
BAYERN TEAM NEWS: Lewandowski, Sane, Muller, Kimmich - they're all included from the start!
Hello and welcome to Eurosport's LIVE text commentary of Bayern Munich's Group E Champions League clash with Dynamo Kiev. The Ukrainians will be hoping to take a leaf out of Sheriff Tiraspol's book and cause an almighty upset against the German champions, as unlikely as that may seem. Julian Nagelsmann's side will surely be too strong, and after beating Barcelona 3-0 on matchday one, will be full of confidence. Let's grab the team news ahead of this 8pm kick-off!