Historisches Comeback: Mit einem Erfolg zieht der FC Bayern München nach einer bärenstarken Leistung ins Halbfinale der Champions-League ein! Spiel-Bilanz aller Duelle zwischen FC Bayern München und FC Porto sowie die letzten Spiele untereinander. Darstellung der Heimbilanz von FC Bayern. FC Bayern München Bayern. Manuel Neuer 1. Neuer (TW). Xabi Alonso 3. Xabi Alonso. Goal 88'. Thiago Alcántara 6. Thiago Alcántara. Goal 14' Substitution.
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However, if Bayern head coach Pep Guardiola thought that piece of defending was bad, then he would have been dismayed to see his team make an even worse error after 10 minutes when centre-back Dante was also robbed of the ball in a dangerous position by Quaresma.
Hardly believing his luck, the Portuguese raced clean through on an unprotected Neuer to fire the hosts into a shock lead, a goal that was greeted with delirium by the home fans in a rocking Dragao.
That miss was soon forgotten though as Porto came out after half-time again attacking right from the off in search of a third goal, with Neuer having to be at his very best to prevent team-mate Boateng from scoring an own goal with a world-class stop at his near post.
The Portuguese champions were not to be denied, however, as just minutes later Martinez fired them in front.
Bayern defender Boateng was all at fault for the goal after misjudging the flight of the ball and allowing the Porto captain a one-on-one with Neuer.
Martinez still had work to do, however, to calmly round the German and net his sixth strike in just seven Champions League games this season, and all this after the player was a doubt in the build-up to the game with injury.
Atletico Madrid. Even Jan Oblak had no hope! Inter have made a right mess of the group stage in the last two years, surely they are not going down that familiar road again?
It's not really happening for Manchester City but there is one bit of good news for them. Porto boss Sergio Conceicao has curiously taken off their goal scorer and one of their best players this evening in Luis Diaz, replacing him with Wilson Manafa.
Bernardo Silva's deflected cross falls to the feet of Ilkay Gundogan, who on the half-volley places a side effort across goal towards the bottom corner which is well parried away.
Alexis Sanchez was replaced by Lautaro Martinez at half-time and instantly Inter score at the start of the half as Romelu Lukaku sweeps home from close range.
Joao Felix thinks he has drilled home a fabulous volley to pull a goal back for Atletico Madrid, but it has been ruled out after Luis Suarez was in an offside position right in front of Bayern keeper Manuel Neuer.
City are really making hard work of this and in the run up to half-time nearly fall behind. An effort that beats Ederson is brilliantly swept clear from the line by Kyle Walker.
Bayern are making Atletico look pretty ordinary here, as Leon Goretzka drills home from the edge of the box. Meanwhile Atalanta are up in the driving rain at Midtjylland with Luis Muriel pouncing on a rebound from close range.
City keep on pressing for a second goal, with Riyad Mahrez having a shot blocked from close range but the hosts are treading on eggshells at the back too.
Papu Gomez has doubled Atalanta's lead with a thumping finish at Midtjylland, while Liverpool are in front at Ajax, More on the latter here.
This gap of days is the longest in between goals in the Argentine's career for club and country, with this his st goal.
Start as you ended the last campaign is the Bayern playbook. Kingsley Coman netted the winner in August's final against Paris Saint-Germain and he is on target this evening too after firing home from close range following a stunning yard ball forward from Josh Kimmich.
A nightmare start for Man City! Marchesin gets a good hand low to Sergio Aguero 's penalty to the striker's left, but the ball finds the net for an almost instant City equaliser.
City somehow fail to scramble the ball home from close range but they have won a penalty out of it, with Pepe clumsily bundling Raheem Sterling over.
Completely against the run of play this, but this is an excellent goal by Luis Diaz. City sloppily give the ball away to the forward on the half-way line and after advancing forward then across the penalty box towards the right, he drills home a low finish across goal into the bottom corner.
Very nearly a goal at the Allianz Arena but following a hanging Kingsley Coman cross from the left, Robert Lewandowski drills a volley just wide across goal.
Testing evening could be on the way for Manchester City. They often struggle against teams who play deep, and with Porto constantly dropping into a back five and everyone behind the ball, they are going to have their work cut out for a breakthrough it seems.
Nine goals already this evening but none in the early stages of the 8pm games and certainly not at the Etihad Stadium.
The match has opened up with quite a low tempo. What a huge shock to get us underway this evening. Real Madrid fall short in their second half comeback against Shakhtar Donetsk at home, slipping to a defeat after being down at half-time.
More on that sensational game, which saw Madrid have a stoppage time equaliser ruled out, can be found here. And finally Group D where Liverpool are back in action following the Merseyside derby.
We will keep a low brief on their evening here but you can catch their clash with Ajax in a lot more depth on this link. Referee: Felix Brych Germany.
Referee: Artur Soraes Dias Portugal. Referee: Daniele Orsato Italy. Real Madrid have pulled it back to at home to Shakhtar Donetsk but either way that game could blast this group wide open if it stays like this.
Last season's Europa League finalists Inter Milan will hope to avoid a similar tricky night at home to Borussia Monchengladbach. Referee: Bjorn Kuipers Holland.
Red Bull Salzburg are leading against the group's so-called minnows Lokomotiv Moscow, so the European champions will be hoping to get off to a winning start against what looks likely to be their main group rivals Atletico Madrid.
Referee: Michael Oliver England. These two teams may be part of the Champions League furniture but this is their first meeting in the competition.
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