Bayer 04 Leverkusen 0-5 Manchester United FCFULL TIME: The Leverkusen are disconsolate as they leave the field following their biggest-ever loss on home soil in the UEFA Champions League. Goals from Antonio Valencia, Emir Spahic (O.G), Jonny Evans, Chris Smalling and Nani see Manchester United move to the top of Group A, while Leverkusen drop into third place forcing them to rely on results going their way on the final Matchday.
Bayer 04 Leverkusen 0-5 Manchester United FCGOAL!: 88' Nani rubs yet more salt in the Leverkusen wounds, latching onto a hopeful ball forward before rounding Bernd Leno in no-man's-land and clipping into an empty net. This has been nothing short of a miserable night for the hosts, whol will have to pick themselves up quickly with 1. FC Nürnberg coming to visit on Saturday.
Bayer 04 Leverkusen 0-4 Manchester United FC84' Credit to Bernd Leno, who has done his best tonight to keep the scoreline respectable. The German keeper has made a string of saves and not been helped out by his backline on several occasion. He's at it again in the closing stages, making himself big to deny Anderson in a one-on-one situation.
Bayer 04 Leverkusen 0-4 Manchester United FCGOAL!: 78' It's a night for defenders to find themselves on the scoresheet as Chris Smalling grabs Manchester United's fourth goal of the game, sending the Leverkusen fans clamouring for an exit. Shinji Kagawa flicked the ball into the path of Wayne Rooney, who capped of a sensational performance by finding Smalling unmarked at the back post to poke in with the goal gaping. If it stays this way, tonight's result will represent die Werkself's biggest loss on home soil in the UEFA Champions League. In fairness though, they just haven't been on the same level as the Red Devils tonight.
Bayer 04 Leverkusen 0-3 Manchester United FC75' Another set-piece results in another missed opportunity as Lars Bender is the latest guilty party when it comes to heading over. Eren Derdiyok and Jens Hegeler have both come off the bench to replace Heung Min Son and Stefan Reinartz. However, the change has come far too late for Leverkusen, who have admirably thrown on an extra striker with the Swiss target man entering the fray.
Bayer 04 Leverkusen 0-3 Manchester United FC70' To make things worse for Leverkusen, group rivals Shakhtar Donetsk are beating Real Sociedad 3-0 in the Ukraine. If results stay the same, which is very likely, die Werkself would not have their fate in their own hands, leaving them in a must-win situation going into their final game against the Spaniards, whilst hoping that Manchester United take points off of the Ukrainian champions.
Bayer 04 Leverkusen 0-3 Manchester United FCGOAL!: 66' Jonny Evans has just put this game to bed. Patrice Evra flicks the ball on at the front post to Wayne Rooney, who sees his instinctive effort matched by a fine reaction save from Bernd Leno. However, the German keeper can't push it out of the danger zone as Manchester United's Northern Irish centre-back is on hand to poke home on the rebound.
Bayer 04 Leverkusen 0-2 Manchester United FC63' Manchester United go close to a third goal as Wayne Rooney nutmegs Simon Rolfes on the edge of the area before curling an effort just past the post, which had Bernd Leno scrambling. Leverkusen just haven't gotten to grips with the Red Devils tonight and are making far too many mistakes due to their lack of courage. Sami Hyypiä looks set to make a change soon though.
Bayer 04 Leverkusen 0-2 Manchester United FC60' Leverkusen best chances continue to come from set-pieces. Ömer Toprak failed to get the decisive touch on Gonzalo Castro's free-kick a moment ago, before Emir Spahic heads just wide from a corner. Stefan Reinartz then hits the post seconds later from yet another corner, as Emir Spahic is flagged for offside as he tries to latch onto the rebound.
Bayer 04 Leverkusen 0-2 Manchester United FC50' FC Bayern may have deserved their day off (See tweet below) based after their 3-1 win against CSKA Moscow tonight, but if Leverkusen turn this one around, then you wouldn't be surprised if Sami Hyypiä followed in the footsteps of his Spanish counterpart. Leverkusen's lack of experience is certainly showing - their squad boast just 91 UEFA Champions League encounters between them a figure that Ryan Giggs beats on his own.
Pep #Guardiola has deservedly given the players the day off tomorrow and has cancelled the open training session— FC Bayern English (@FCBayernEN) November 27, 2013
Bayer 04 Leverkusen 0-2 Manchester United FCSECOND HALF: We're back underway between Leverkusen and Manchester United with the sides unchanged. Can the hosts do the unthinkable and turn this game around?
Bayer 04 Leverkusen 0-2 Manchester United FCHALF-TIME: Sami Hyypiä needs to find the word to rouse his troops, but a goal like one of these from Heung Min Son would go a long way to restoring their confidence which has taken a huge blow in the first half! Check out the South Korean's top five goals on the official Bundesliga YouTube channel:
Bayer 04 Leverkusen 0-2 Manchester United FCHALF-TIME: Antonio Valencia’s opener was followed by an own goal by Emir Spahic, leaving Leverkusen with a mountain to climb in the second-half. Emre Can has been far from convincing at left-back and could make way during the break, while Hyypiä also needs to work out how to inject some life into his front line.
Bayer 04 Leverkusen 0-2 Manchester United FC40' Simon Rolfes managed to pull a goal back, despite Manchester United taking a two-goal lead, last time these two sides met on Matchday 1. Right now Leverkusen don't look likely to do the same tonight with misplaced passes coasting them dearly and the visitors now starting to take the pace out of proceedings, making it difficult for tthe hosts to break on the counter. Right now they look out of their depth and Sami Hyypiä is going to need to change something soon, as Bernd Leno twice prevents dangerous crosses finding their intended targets.
Bayer 04 Leverkusen 0-2 Manchester United FC35' Leverkusen haven't been without their chances, but have been far from clinical in front of goal putting just one of their five shots on target. Manchester United, meanwhile, have hit target with six of their seven shots on goal. In truth the hosts just aren't making life difficult for the Premier League champions at present, giving them far too much time and space on the ball, which is a dangerous ploy, which has already come back to haunt them. There's an element of Leverkusen showing the visitors too much respect. Don't they know the Red Devils are out of form?
Bayer 04 Leverkusen 0-2 Manchester United FCGOAL!: 30' The visitors extend their lead as Wayne Rooney's free-kick is flighted straight into the heart of the danger area, where Emir Spahic gets the final touch in amongst the crowd heading into his own net past a helpless Bernd Leno. Not exactly the start die Werkself had hoped for and their unbeaten record on home soil this season is under threat.
Bayer 04 Leverkusen 0-1 Manchester United FCGOAL!: 22' Leverkusen fall behind against the run of play as Stefan Reinartz concedes possession in midfield, a mistake that Manchester United punish with ruthless efficiency. Wayne Rooney picks up the ball on the edge of the box, flicking a lofted cross towards the back post where Emre Can fails to track the run of Antonio Valencia allowing the Ecuador international to tap home. That's the winger's second goal in the competition and second against Leverkusen.
Bayer 04 Leverkusen 0-0 Manchester United FC21' Two BIG chances for Leverkusen as first Gonzalo Castro is denied a clean run on goal by the offside flag, before Stefan Kießling weaves his way into the box only to see his shot block by the outstretched leg of Jonny Evans. They can't afford to miss chances like those.
Bayer 04 Leverkusen 0-0 Manchester United FC19' Heung Min Son has started brightly in the encounter as he once again chances his arm from range. This time the South Korean earns his side a corner, which Emir Spahic heads onto the top of the net.
Bayer 04 Leverkusen 0-0 Manchester United FC16' Manchester United respond by going down the other and wasting a chance of their own with Nani curling over the bar from just inside the area. It's been an even encounter so far, but we're still waiting on the first clear-cut chance in front of goal.
Bayer 04 Leverkusen 0-0 Manchester United FC12' Leverkusen have started much as expected, demonstrating their willingness to abosrb pressure, whilst trying to break forward at pace on the counter. A few passes have gone astray in the opening exchanges, but if it clicks into gear the hosts' strengths will undoubtedly come to the fore, as the first half-chance presents itself with Emre Can's cross-cum-shot forcing David de Gea to back pedal in order to prevent it crossing the line.
Bayer 04 Leverkusen 0-0 Manchester United FC9' Emre Can, starting at left-back tonight, gets caught out of position, but makes up for it by winning the ball back and trying to muscle his way forward. It's going to be a tough night for the out-of-position 19-year-old. Antonio Valencia has pace to burn and will look to test the youngster as often as possible.
Bayer 04 Leverkusen 0-0 Manchester United FC5' A nervous moment at the back to start for Leverkusen as Wayne Rooney chips just wide of the target. Fortunately for the hosts the England international was in an offside position. Die Werkself then break down the other end as Heung Min Son drags an effort from 30 yards harmlessly wide of the target. A lively start nonetheless. Hopefully that doesn't change.
Bayer 04 Leverkusen 0-0 Manchester United FCKICK-OFF: We're underway in Leverkusen. Can the Bayer bulwark hold strong against the English champions? Let's find out... @Bundesliga_GOAL with your impressions and predictions for this crucial Group A clash.
Kick-off - 10 mins: Leverkusen will be missing the injured Sidney Sam tonight, who has eleven goals in all competitions so far this year. Coach Sami Hyypiä’s final game as a player before moving to Leverkusen and the Bundesliga was a 4-1 win at Old Trafford with United’s fierce rivals Liverpool FC, then coached by current Napoli boss Rafael Benitez – whose side’s hopes hang on a knife-edge after a 3-1 loss to Dortmund last night. CONFIRMED LINE-UPS: Bayer 04 Leverkusen: Leno - Can, Spahic, Donati, Toprak - Reinartz - Rolfes, Bender - Son, Castro - Kießling Manchester United FC: De Gea - Smalling, Ferdinand, Evans, Evra - Giggs, Jones - Valencia, Kagawa, Nani - Rooney
@Bundesliga_GOAL leverkusen 2-0 MU— Toms (@shihou_hapou) November 27, 2013
Kick-off - 15 mins: When Bayer knocked United out in the 2001/02 season, Sir Alex Ferguson was manager of the men from the North of England. Now, it’s David Moyes, formerly of Everton FC, and he becomes the first manager to take charge of United in Europe other than Ferguson since Ron Atkinson guided them to the UEFA Cup quarter-finals in 1984/85. Even with star striker Robin van Persie out injured, the English champions remain formidable opposition. Bundesliga fans will no doubt remember Shinji Kagawa, whose magic guided Borussia Dortmund to back-to-back Bundesliga titles, and Wayne Rooney is Britain’s all-time leading goalscorer in the UEFA Champions League. Emir Spahic and Ömer Toprak, you have been warned.
@Bundesliga_GOAL 2-0 for Leverkusen !— Eric Aprilidimantoro (@erickXwolfclan) November 27, 2013
Kick-off - 20 mins: Leverkusen’s last home game witnessed a club record. Their 4-0 win over FC Shakhtar Donetsk was their biggest ever Champions League win. Stefan Kießling hit twice, and Simon Rolfes scored his third of the competition. The hosts are also enjoying their best-ever start to a domestic season – ten of 13 games won, and recently Heung Min Son had a special reason to celebrate. His first-ever professional hat-trick came in a barmy against 5-3 win over Hamburger SV. Plenty of Twitter followers are backing a Leverkusen win, and plenty think Manuel Neuer was man of the match in Bayern's 3-1 win over CSKA... Sead Kolasinac, who's backing fellow Bundesliga outfit Leverkusen, and his friend Emir Spahic...
@Bundesliga_GOAL bayren 2-1 winners ,kiessling to get the brace— sricharan donald (@SricharanDonald) November 27, 2013
Kick-off - 30 mins: Click here to read our exclusive preview of Bayer 04 Leverkusen against Manchester United FC. Sami Hyypiä’s Werkself can qualify for the last 16 tonight with a win. It was over ten years ago when Leverkusen knocked United out of this tournament at the semi-final stage, en route to an excruciating season finale where they finished runners-up in this competition, the DFB Pokal and the Bundesliga – which they’ve still never won. At second, Stefan Kießling and Co. can harbor real dreams of challenging Bayern and Dortmund at the top of the Bundesliga pyramid this season.
@Bundesliga_GOAL victory of my friend ,Spahic— Sead Kolašinac (@KolasinacSead) November 27, 2013
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PFC CSKA Moskva 1-3 FC Bayern MünchenFULL TIME: Some differing opinions on FC Bayern's Man of the Match, but Mario Götze and Manuel Neuer seem to be getting the most votes!
@Bundesliga_GOAL Manuel Neuer!!— Irsyad Maulana (@Brotherlana) November 27, 2013
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PFC CSKA Moskva 1-3 FC Bayern MünchenFULL TIME: The game comes to an end in snowy Moscow as Fc Bayern München create UEFA Champions League history with a tenth consecutive win in the competition courtesy of a 3-1 win over PFC CSKA Moscow. Arjen Robben and Mario Götze had handed the Bavarians a comfortable lead with goals either side of half-time and, though Keisuke Honda pulled a goal back from the penalty spot, Thomas Müller followed suit with a spot kick of his own to cap off a convincing victory for the reigning European champions.
PFC CSKA Moskva 1-3 FC Bayern München90’ Manuel Neuer does well to deny Honda his second goal of the evening, getting across his goalline well to palm the Japanese interntional's dipping free-kick away from danger. Chances are that will be the final goalscoring opportunity of what has been a thrilling encounter in difficult conditions.
PFC CSKA Moskva 1-3 FC Bayern München88’ Arjen Robben draws a strong save out of Akinfeev from a tight angle, as Pep Guardiola brings off Mario Götze following another senstational peformance. The scorer of Bayern's second goal is replaced by Champions League debutant Julian Green.
PFC CSKA Moskva 1-3 FC Bayern München86’ Bayern are just minutes away from creating UEFA Champions League history by picking up their tenth consecutive victory in the competition dating back to last season. More importantly perhaps, is that tonight's win will guarantee them first place in Group D, and with it a home tie in the second leg of their last 16 encounter.
PFC CSKA Moskva 1-3 FC Bayern München82’ Bayern are trying to take the sting out of the game when in possession, yet the hosts are demonstrating an unerring willingness to burst forward as quickly as possible when they finally get on the ball. Gaps are emerging, but the visitors have been unable to take full advantage of their chances on the counter in a similar fashion to the way they did against Borussia Dortmund in der Klassiker.
PFC CSKA Moskva 1-3 FC Bayern München78’ CSKA Moscow are throwing the kitchen sink at Bayern right now in an attempt to pull another goal back and force a nervous ending to the encounter. Honda's effort from range is blocked by Javier Martinez, but with the pressure still on Zoran Tosic curls an effort off the face of the bar. That was a lucky escape for the Bavarians, who have thrown on Jan Kirchhof in place of Javier Martinez to sure up the backline.
@Bundesliga_GOAL we should win the game with no less than 3 goals, Robben, Kroos and Gotze will get the goals.— Ntsunda (@sirctiano) November 27, 2013
PFC CSKA Moskva 1-3 FC Bayern München73’ Unfortunately the tweet below isn't quite accurate (proof above). However, @sirctiano on Twitter wasn't far off from being spot on. Meanwhile, in Moscow the hosts are still pushing forward, refusing to throw in the towel against Bayern. However, the Bavarians third goal has certainly taken some of the pace out of proceedings.
PFC CSKA Moskva 1-3 FC Bayern München67’ What on earth is going on here! Having just conceded a penalty Georgi Schennikov plays the ball back to Igor Akinfeev, who inexplicably decides to pick up the ball giving Bayern a chance to add to the scoreline from an indirect free-kick in the right-hand corner of the penalty area. Mario Götze rolls the ball to the left for Arjen Robben, who curls his effort just wide of the post. That was close!
PFC CSKA Moskva 1-3 FC Bayern MünchenPENALTY + GOAL!: 65’ It’s all happening in Moscow now! Mario Götze smashes an effort against the post from a tight angle, Arjen Robben picks up the ball on a rebound, knocking it past Georgi Schennikov before going over the defender's outstretched leg. Thomas Müller makes no mistake from the spot sending Akinfeev the wrong way to restore Bayern’s two-goal lead.
PFC CSKA Moskva 1-2 FC Bayern MünchenPENALTY + GOAL!: 61’ The hosts pull a goal back and it's hard to argue that they haven't deserved to get themselves on the scoresheet. Dante is adjudged to have handled the ball inside the area, which leads to the referee pointing to the spot. Honda steps up and, despite being thwarted on several occasions by Manuel Neuer in the second half, keeps his composure by rolling ball straight down the middle with the new Bayern captain diving to his right.
PFC CSKA Moskva 0-2 FC Bayern MünchenThat goal from Mario Götze was that special that it could well be a contender to break into his top 5 goals of all time! Check them out on the official Bundesliga YouTube channel:
PFC CSKA Moskva 0-2 FC Bayern MünchenGOAL!: 56’ After surviving an extended period of pressure, which has seen Manuel Neuer more often than the whole of the first-half, Bayern extend their lead with a superb goal. Mario Götze shows wonderful feet to dance his way past challenges inside the CSKA box and, upon realising that he had no other options, decides to dink the ball into the far corner topping off a sensational solo run. That was nothing short of world class from the German youngster!
PFC CSKA Moskva 0-1 FC Bayern München53' The start of the second period is turning into a personal battle between Manuel Neuer and Keisuke Honda, whose shot from the edge of the box isn's powerful enough to beat the German national goalkeeper. CSKA have been much brighter since the restart and are trying to knock the Pep Guradiola's men off their stride.
PFC CSKA Moskva 0-1 FC Bayern München47' Manuel Neuer mightn't be in line to score next, but he has just pulled off a wonderful save sprawling at the feet of Keisuke Honda to deny the Japanese international an equaliser. For some reason though, when one-on-one, Honda decided to try and demonstrate his, albeit impressive, skill-set rather than shoot. only to miscue hi shot with the goal gaping. Good tempo to the second-half.
PFC CSKA Moskva 0-1 FC Bayern MünchenSECOND HALF: We're back underway in a snowy Moscow, as FC Bayern look to maintain their first-half control on the encounter. Manuel Neuer is the Bavarians' captain after Philipp Lahm was replaced by Thiago Alcantara minutes after Arjen Robben gave the visitors a 17th-minute lead. Neuer may be a talented man, but as one Twitter follower believes, him scoring might be a touch too far... official Bundesliga YouTube channel where you can see video like this one of the Mario Götze's inspirational performance against Borussia Dortmund, which saw bundesliga.com users vote him as the Player of the Week:
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PFC CSKA Moskva 0-1 FC Bayern MünchenHALF-TIME: Arjen Robben's 17th minute strike remains the difference between the two sides in Moscow. Bayern are on course to make UEFA Champions League history!
PFC CSKA Moskva 0-1 FC Bayern München44’ Bayern are slightly fortunate not to concede on the stroke of half-time. Honda's cheeky backheel plays Ahmed Musa in on goal, but under pressure from Javier Martinez, the Nigerian striker can't make proper contact with the shot which trickels harmlessly into the hands of Manuel Neuer.
@Bundesliga_GOAL Muller will score.... ;-)— Mabi Rivera de Anleu (@MabiRivera) November 27, 2013
PFC CSKA Moskva 0-1 FC Bayern München40’ A moment of genius from Mario Götze almost produces a second goal for the visitors, yet his delicately lofted through-ball is just an inch to high for Thomas Müller, who can't quite get his head on it to test Akinfeev in goal. Pep Guardiola's charges certainly aren't content to settle for a 1-0 lead, but who do you think will score the second goal for Bayern?
PFC CSKA Moskva 0-1 FC Bayern München36’ The game has quieted down somewhat since the half-hour mark. Bayern are still in control of proceedings and carving out their chances though, as Dante flicks a heel at Arjen Robben's inswinging free-kick unsuccessfully. CSKA are attempting to break forward at pace when the opportunity presents itself, but are lacking a clinical touch in the final third to truly unlock the Bavarians' backline.
PFC CSKA Moskva 0-1 FC Bayern München30’ Thiago Alcantara does indeed replace Philipp Lahm with Manuel Neuer handed the captain’s armband. A bit of a risky move from Pep Guardiola considering his compatriot has only just returned from injury and hasn’t warmed up properly.
PFC CSKA Moskva 0-1 FC Bayern München26’ Not good news for Bayern as Philipp Lahm marauds forward only to lose the ball before immediately coming off the pitch, signalling that he needs to be substituted. It looks like the club captain has pulled a muscle in his thigh with Thiago Alcantara set to come on his place.
PFC CSKA Moskva 0-1 FC Bayern München22’ An interesting use of the 'ice cold' hashtag by Bayern's twitter account there. Very clever. On the pitch though Arjen Robben squanders a chance to bag his brace. Toni Kroos spots the Dutchman ghosting in off the right flank and provides a pass to match the run, yet Robben appears to pull out at the vital moment with Akinfeev rushing off his line. One touch and that would have been 2-0 to the visitors, who are starting to warm up in the snowy conditions.
PFC CSKA Moskva 0-1 FC Bayern MünchenGOAL!: 18’ Bayern take the lead with their first real sight of goal. Space opens up for Thomas Müller down the left and the German international demonstrates great composure in cutting the ball back to Arjen Robben, who makes no mistake, beating Igor Akinfeev at his near post with a first-time effort. Top stuff from the European champions!
PFC CSKA Moskva 0-0 FC Bayern München14’ Arjen Robben has drifted into his more preferred position on the right flank in an attempt to affect the pace of proceedings, but can't skip past his marker on this occasion. Bayern are unsurprisingly enjoying more of the possession, over 68% so far, but with the ground underfoot causing one or two players a few problems, their passing hasn't been as incisive or accurate during the opening quarter of an hour.
PFC CSKA Moskva 0-0 FC Bayern München10’ The hosts are causing Bayern problems with their set-pieces as another Honda corner finds a Moscow player. This time Pontus Wernbloom's tame header is easily collected by Manuel Neuer, who won't mind being kept warm in these sub-zero temperatures.
PFC CSKA Moskva 0-0 FC Bayern München6’ The first nervy moment of the match occurs in the Bayern box. Keisuke Honda's corner isn't weel dealt with by the Bavarians backline as Dante is forced to block Zoran Tosic's effort following a period of head tennis in the area.
PFC CSKA Moskva 0-0 FC Bayern München4’ The snow is falling thick and fast, but fortunately for the sides the undersoil heating is preventing it from settling on the pitch. The ball is moving about well with Bayern stroking theier passes about at ease. Every single on of their players are wearing gloves. That's true team unity!
PFC CSKA Moskva 0-0 FC Bayern MünchenKICK-OFF: We're underway in snowy Moscow. Not the most ideal of conditions, but FC Bayern München certainly know how to cope with wintery weather. Now all that's left to do is pick up three points and with it a UEFA Champions League record. Lets go! Bastian Schweinsteiger, Philipp Lahm and Franck Ribery all featured. Their overall record against Russia opposition is very promising (3W, 3D, 1L). Hopefully they can add another win to that on what promises to be an historic evening in the Russian capital. Mario Götze has been handed a start in the lone striker role in the absence of Mario Mandzukic. Philipp Lahm keeps his place in holding midfield, with Javi Martinez offering an aerial presence in a more advanced role. Otherwise it’s very much as expected from head coach Pep Guardiola. CONFIRMED LINE-UPS: PFC CSKA Moskva - FC Bayern München PFC CSKA Moskva: Akinfeev - Mario Fernandes, A. Berezutskiy, Ignashevich, Shchennikov - Wernbloom, R. Elm - Tosic, Honda, G. Milanov – Doumbia FC Bayern München: Neuer - Rafinha, Boateng, Dante, Alaba - Lahm - T. Müller, Javi Martinez, Kroos, Robben - M. Götze
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@Bundesliga_GOAL bayren to run riot 3-0— sricharan donald (@SricharanDonald) November 27, 2013
@Bundesliga_GOAL we should win the game with no less than 3 goals, Robben, Kroos and Gotze will get the goals.— Ntsunda (@sirctiano) November 27, 2013