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Bayern Munich
2 - 0
Manchester City

Champions League

Allianz Arena

27/09/11

Attendance: 65,000

Referee: V Kassai

Bayern MunichManchester City
Gomez (38, 45+1)
Manuel Neuer     Joe Hart    
Daniel Van Buyten     Kolo Toure    
Philipp Lahm     Gael Clichy    
Jerome Boateng     Vincent Kompany    
Rafinha     Micah Richards    
Schweinsteiger     Gareth Barry     (73)
Franck Ribery     (90) Yaya Toure    
Toni Kroos     (82) David Silva    
Luiz Gustavo     Sergio Aguero    
Mario Gomez     (90+2) Edin Dzeko     (55)
Thomas Muller     Samir Nasri     (69)
Substitutes
Hans-Jorg Butt     Costel Pantilimon    
Diego Contento     Joleon Lescott    
Anatoliy Tymoshchuk     (82) Pablo Zabaleta    
Takashi Usami     Aleksandar Kolarov     (73)
Arjen Robben     (90) James Milner     (69)
David Alaba     Nigel de Jong     (55)
Nils Petersen     (90+2) Carlos Tevez    
Game Statistics
19
Goal Attempts
7
12
On Target
6
3
Corners
1
10
Fouls
17
0
Yellow Cards
4
0
Red Cards
0
50
%
50
Comments...
Johnny On The Spot: After the most promising of 30 minutes, City shipped a harsh lesson in Champions League football tonight as failure to capitalise upon possession and opportunity resulted in severe punishment...Regardless of the whys and wherefores or what might have beens of offsides or penalties City were ultimately outplayed and the result became a formality...Roberto Mancini's attempts to bolster a midfield that had become hopelessly lost and to freshen things up were sabotaged by a Carlos Tevez bench strike. The poison many of us feared could spill over into The Blues squad finally unleashed. In amongst all this Edin Dzeko showed dissent at being substituted and Pablo Zabaleta became angrily animated. The last things City's manager needed in such a massively important game...But 2-0 it remained as Nigel De Jong helped shore up the gaping holes. Damage limitation became the cause on a night to forget. I urge all Blues to get behind our gaffer at this time.

Writer:danielqpr
Date:Tuesday September 27 2011
Time: 9:48PM

Comments

0
Tevez refused to play what an absolute disgrace!!!
SkyBlueSuedeShoes
27/09/2011 21:53:00
0
Tevez refused to play what an absolute disgrace!!!
SkyBlueSuedeShoes
27/09/2011 21:53:00
0
How the hell can Tevez refuse to play. He'd better feck off and stay in Germany coz...(calm down Tudor or I might say something which might get me into trouble). I feel like screaming.
tudor
27/09/2011 21:58:00
0
How the hell can Tevez refuse to play. He'd better feck off and stay in Germany coz...(calm down Tudor or I might say something which might get me into trouble). I feel like screaming.
tudor
27/09/2011 21:58:00
0
Got taught a lesson tonight on and off the pitch. Time to keep your heads down lads...
Spooks
27/09/2011 22:01:00
0
Got taught a lesson tonight on and off the pitch. Time to keep your heads down lads...
Spooks
27/09/2011 22:01:00
0
Sack tevez now
Sajit
27/09/2011 22:06:00
0
Sack tevez now
Sajit
27/09/2011 22:06:00
0
Its all unravelling
ajwb
27/09/2011 22:15:00
0
Its all unravelling
ajwb
27/09/2011 22:15:00
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