Bayern Munich beat Celtic on the third day of the Champions League



Bayern Munich have managed to recover in the Champions League after losing to Paris Saint – Germain in an unexpected way; here we bring you the details of this match against Celtic Glasgow. Take advantage of the best offers to buy online tickets before they sell out.

A second daunting day for Munich

On Matchday 2 of the Champions League, the Bavarian team was defeated 3-0 by a Paris Saint – Germain very superior throughout the game and that boasted its great players.

For its part, the German club, still under the direction of Carlo Ancelotti was not able to define any of his few plays on this day and danced to the pace that PSG imposed on him in Paris.

Bayern recover on the third day

Arrival the third day, and with Ancelotti canceled, the German club had to face in the Allianz Arena to Glasgow Celtic and take the opportunity to add those three points if they wanted to stay alive in Group B of the Champions League.

During this match, Bayern was determined to dominate from the start; in the first minutes of the game there were many important occasions for the Bavarians and even a goal in the 7 ‘that was annulled by the refereeing body.

In the 16 ‘, Müller would open, now yes, the marker for the German club, thanks to the play of the midfielder Joshua Kimmich towards Lewandowski and of this towards the area of ​​Müller.

Only a few minutes had passed when Munich scored their second goal of the day thanks to Kimmich and the assistance of Kingsley Coman.

The first half ended with a 2-0 score in favor of Bayern.

The second half

During the last 45 minutes of the match, Celtic looked a bit resigned and Bayern, although it lowered a bit the intensity of play and the dynamism shown in the first part, knew how to dominate their area and score a third goal to define the game.

The author of the third was the defender Mats Hummels in the 50 ‘. Arjen Robben, would charge a corner that came, with ease, to Hummels, who, without thinking twice, a header has managed to get the ball into the Celtic arc.


Without a doubt, this meeting favored the streak that brought Bayern during the two previous days. The protagonist of the game was midfielder Joshua Kimmich, who knew how to keep the pace always, score a goal and help his teammates in every pass and play.

Currently, Bayern occupies second place in Group B of the Champions with 9 points, below the PSG that adds 12. On the fourth day he beat Celtic again, as a visitor, 2-1.

It is expected that on December 5 the Bayern Munich will face, at the Allianz Arena, the PSG for the sixth day of the Champions League, so that you do not miss this fabulous game hurry up to buy tickets online and get the best seats.

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