- One-nil down from the first leg, Bayern opened the scoring through Alonso.
- Müller and Torres both had penalties saved.
- Lewandowski gave Bayern a 2-1 second-leg win, but Griezmann's away goal takes Atleti through.
FC Bayern München missed out on a place in the UEFA Champions League, pipped by Atletico Madrid after a night of high drama at the Allianz Arena. Check out how all the action unfolded with our day-long live blog.
23:21 - The final whistle...
...for us too. The last German team has exited European competition this season, but there is still the Bundesliga title to be decided. Join us again on Saturday when we will have all the action from Matchday 33 with Bayern certain of picking up yet another German championship if they win at neighbours FC Ingolstadt 04, but Borussia Dortmund will be hoping to take the title race down to the wire.
Thank you for all your messages of support - we and the boys are proud of you too, the best fans in the world! ❤ pic.twitter.com/Y6Ilmtq9RB— FC Bayern English (@FCBayernEN) May 3, 2016
22:11 - PEP GUARDIOLA
"I have done my best, I have given my life for this team. We played really well in the second half in Madrid. We played really well here too. Sometimes in football this happens, you have to accept it. You have to understand the Spanish teams are very very good."
22:52 - ANTOINE GRIEZMANN
"They were better, but we scored an away goal. We need to keep grounded and first of all think of the Liga."
22:50 - ROBERT LEWANDOWSKI
"We're disappointed, we gifted them a goal. I think we could have done it, but that's football. We played well in the first half, the second too, but we gave them a gift of a goal. They don't play great football. They defend very well, and play on the counter-attack. We tried, we gave everything."
FULL-TIME: 90+5' BAYERN 2-1 (agg. 2-2)
There goes the final whistle! Guardiola disappears down the tunnel after a handshake with Diego Simeone, the Bayern players fall to the turf...they are out, and Atletico are through to the final in Milan on 28 May.
LATEST: 90+2' BAYERN 2-1 (agg. 2-2)
Ball comes in from the left...DROPS FOR COMAN! Who shoots back across goal and wide...
LATEST: 90' BAYERN 2-1 ATLETICO (agg. 2-2)
Five minutes added on...
SAVE: 87' BAYERN 2-1 ATLETICO (agg. 2-2)
Alonso with a corner...half away...ALABA ON THE EDGE OF THE BOX! HALF-VOLLEY DEFLECTED!! Oblak parries...great save!
CHANCE: 86' BAYERN 2-1 ATLETICO (agg. 2-2)
Lewandowski gets on the end of a Coman cross, but can't get any power on his effort and Oblak falls on it.
PENALTY SAVED: 84' BAYERN 2-1 ATLETICO (agg. 2-2)
Neuer emulates Oblak, and goes to his right to push away Torres' spot-kick...the penalty was struck in a similar way and place to Müller's in the first half, and it ended with the same result.
PENALTY: 82' BAYERN 2-1 ATLETICO (agg. 2-2)
It's flicked on for Torres, who is brought down by Martinez...it looked to be outside the box, but the referee points to the spot.
GOAL: 74' BAYERN 2-1 ATLETICO (agg. 2-2)
Alaba on the far side...deep cross...GREAT LEAP FROM VIDAL! BACK ACROSS GOAL!! LEWANDOWSKI!! Heads home from close range, aggregate scores are level, Bayern need another goal to go through.
LATEST: 72' BAYERN 1-1 ATLETICO (agg. 1-2)
Ribery goes past his man and cuts it back for Alaba...shot deflected behind....in comes the corner...Martinez can't keep his header down.
LATEST: 68' BAYERN 1-1 ATLETICO (agg. 1-2)
Vidal plays a lovely ball forward for Lewandowski...he got the volley away, but Oblak can gather at the second time of asking.
LATEST: 63' BAYERN 1-1 ATLETICO (agg. 1-2)
Guardiola is out in his technical area, gesticulating like a Los Angeles traffic policeman at rush hour...right now, his team are heading for a third semi-final exit at the hands of a Spanish club in as many years.
LATEST: 58' BAYERN 1-1 ATLETICO (agg. 1-2)
Understandably, that has sucked some of the win from Bayern's sails...Vidal tries to get them going again, but slices his long-range drive well wide.
GOAL: 54' BAYERN 1-1 ATLETICO (agg. 1-2)
Bayern lose possession and the visitors look to break...SLIPPED THROUGH TO GRIEZMANN!!! WHO SLIPS IT PAST NEUER!!! And Bayern now have to score twice more...
SECOND HALF: BAYERN 1-0 ATLETICO (agg. 1-1)
We're underway again in Munich...
HALF-TIME: 45+2' BAYERN 1-0 ATLETICO (agg. 1-1)
The aggregate score is level at the break, but how much will that missed Müller penalty play on their minds? Müller might get the chance to make amends...If the score stays as it is, we would have penalties....
LATEST: 41' BAYERN 1-0 ATLETICO (agg. 1-1)
Müller bursts down the right and provides a cross that - if it had found Lewandowski - he would have only had Oblak to beat...that though, as Müller has already found out, is not straightforward.
PENALTY SAVED: 33' BAYERN 1-0 ATLETICO (agg. 1-1)
Müller has the responsibility....steps up...AND OBLAK SAVES!! It was struck powerfully, but not to far to the right of the Slovenian goalkeeper, who keeps the aggregate score level.
PENALTY: 32' BAYERN 1-0 ATLETICO (agg. 1-1)
Gimenez pushes Javi Martinez to the ground as they wait for a corner to be delivered...and it's a penalty. What an opportunity for Bayern!
GOAL: 31' BAYERN 1-0 ATLETICO (agg. 1-1)
Lewandowski runs over the ball...AND ALONSO!! STRIKES!! AND IT'S IN!! Oblak wrong-footed by a deflection off Gimenez...Bayern don't care, they are level on aggregate.
LATEST: 29' BAYERN 0-0 ATLETICO
Alaba is sent tumbling just outside the Atletico box, giving Bayern a real opportunity here...
LATEST: 27' BAYERN 0-0 ATLETICO
Lahm smashes a shot rising over the bar...the Bayern captain in his 105th UEFA Champions League game this evening.
LATEST: 22' BAYERN 0-0 ATLETICO
The home side pressing incessantly...Lewandowski's shot is deflected behind, then Oblak spills Ribery's fierce long-range effort and Müller stabs it over the bar under pressure from a defender...can Bayern make their pressure tell?
SAVE: 20' BAYERN 0-0 ATLETICO
Lovely ball over the top from Boateng for Müller...LAYS IT OFF FOR LEWANDOWSKI! OBLAK BLOCKS! The angle was tight for Lewandowski, but that was still a good save...perhaps Müller should have gone for goal himself though.
LATEST: 17' BAYERN 0-0 ATLETICO
Vidal hits a crisp shot goalwards...Oblak doesn't have to dive to make the save, but the home side are undoubtedly on top here: 68 per cent possession so far for Pep Guardiola's men.
LATEST: 16' BAYERN 0-0 ATLETICO
Costa's deflected cross falls for Müller, he miscues a volley that almost turns into a great ball for Lewandowski, but it squirms away from the Poland international.
SAVE: 14' BAYERN 0-0 ATLETICO
Neuer makes the first serious save of the game, moving smartly to his right to hold Gabi's effort from 20 metres...comfortable enough, but that is the second time the Atleti captain has had time and space to shoot.
LATEST: 11' BAYERN 0-0 ATLETICO
Costa swings a ball to the back post, but Lewandowski could not get a clean header on it...the ball skids off his forehead and wide of the target.
LATEST: 8' BAYERN 0-0 ATLETICO
Costa tumbles to the turf just outside the Atletico box, but nothing given...Bayern beginning to take a grip on the game.
LATEST: 5' BAYERN 0-0 ATLETICO
Long-range shot from Gabi...on target, but Neuer across comfortably to claim.
LATEST: 3' BAYERN 0-0 ATLETICO
Atletico make a first foray forward, and Torres is played in behind the home back four, but the flag is up.
LATEST: 1' BAYERN 0-0 ATLETICO
We're underway in Munich...
20:43 - IS THIS THE LAST TIME...
The FC Bayern players will hear that famous UEFA Champions League hymn this season? We're just a couple of minutes from kick-off.
20:18 - WARM-UPS UNDERWAY
20:10 - ON THE SPOT
On the spot! @fcbayern find themselves in a make-or-break situation ahead of tonight's @uefachampionsleague semi-final second leg against @atleticodemadrid. Can the five-time European champions overturn a one-goal deficit on home soil tonight? #UCL #FCBAtleti #AllianzArena Die Spannung steigt! Der @fcbayern befindet sich im Halbfinal-Rückspiel der @uefachampionsleague gegen @atleticodemadrid in einer Alles-Oder-Nichts-Situation. Kann der fünffache Sieger im Landesmeister-Wettbewerb den Rückstand im Heimspiel heute Abend aufholen?
20:00 - IN THE ZONE
19:55 - ALLIANZ A PICTURE
Check out these snaps from the Allianz tonight...
19:35 - ATLETI TEAM NEWS
Uruguay international defender Diego Godin returns to the Atelti starting line-up following injury...
19:30 - BAYERN TEAM NEWS
Aufstellung FC Bayern:— FC Bayern München (@FCBayern) May 3, 2016
Neuer - Ribéry, Martinez, Lewandowski, Costa, Alonso, Boateng, Lahm (K), Vidal, Müller, Alaba | ^M.Hörwick
Einwechselspieler FCB:— FC Bayern München (@FCBayern) May 3, 2016
Ulreich - Tasci, Thiago, Rafinha, Götze, Coman, Kimmich |
Anstoß: 20.45 Uhr.
TV live: ZDF + sky
19:25 - ATLETI OUT
19:17 - BAYERN'S MR RELIABLE
18:45 - WATER, WATER EVERYWHERE
bundesliga.com's man on the ground in Munich, Max Lotz, has just sent this update: "I'm already outside the stadium and it's raining. A dry pitch certainly shouldn't be a problem this evening."
18:20 - ATLETI APPROACH
17:49 - THE BIG PRIZE
17:02 COME WHAT MAY
Win or lose, this will be Pep Guardiola's final Champions League game at the Allianz Arena in this spell as coach of FC Bayern. His record? W16 D1 L2. Chapeau!
16:37 STASTICALLY SPEAKING
They always say that statistics can be read in a variety of different ways, so here are a few which are there either to be confirmed or disproved tonight:
- In the last seven years, 12 of the 14 teams who reached the final played the second leg away from home.
- Since 2007, no club has overturned a first-leg defeat to reach the final.
- In six semi-finals, Pep Guardiola has lost four times – twice with Bayern.
- Bayern have successfully overturned a 1-0 first-leg deficit on five of seven occasions.
And here's a collage of pictures from our roving bundesliga.com reporter out on the streets of Munich today.
16:00 - RED AND WHITE MUNICH
The pre-match banter is underway on Twitter with Atletico tweeting that Munich will turn red and white tonight - the colours of the Spanish club. However, they are also two of Bayern's most prominent colours, and the record champions' response did not take long in coming.
15:38 - GLOBAL KICK-OFF TIMES
As a handy reminder as to when this crucial Champions League fixture kicks off, Bayern have published the kick-off time around the world, so have a quick look to be sure you have the right time for your territory - you most certainly would not want to tune in when it is too late!
15:05 - SIESTA TIME
The Bayern team are heading to their team hotel for a bit of rest and relaxation ahead of their trip to the Allianz Arena later. The anticipation is growing by the minute.
14:32 - A REASON FOR REFLECTION
Former Eintracht Frankfurt striker turned football pundit, Jan Aage Fjortoft asks the questions on everyone's mind. Can Pep Guardiola go one better than in his previous two season with FC Bayern, or will they end up suffering the same fate?
Arrived in Munich! What a game tonight. 2 football-cultures will battle out the Final-ticket.— Jan Aage Fjortoft (@JanAageFjortoft) May 3, 2016
Pep out in 3 semis in the row..?
14:02 - COMPLETING THE DOZEN
What a record! 51 goals scored in their last 11 Champions League home games. Atleti are going to have to be at their very best to stop Pep Guardiola's free-scoring side!
13:15 - DREAMS BECOMING REALITY
Javi Martinez appears to be in a philosophical mood ahead of the game against Atleti. The 'Road to Milan' winds on for one last game, but will it be FC Bayern's last in the competition this season?
12:50 - ALLIANZ ARENA FORTRESS
Atletico Madrid's away record is impressive, but so to is Bayern's on home soil. The five-time UEFA Champions League winners have rarely given an inch at the Allianz Arena, with only Juventus FC enjoying any sort of success and even their game ended in defeat after extra-time!
12:20 - THEM'S FIGHTING WORDS!
Fernando Torres came close to handing Atleti a 2-0 lead in the first leg of their semi-final Champions League tie with Bayern and the Spanish striker sent out a clear message to the German record titleholders ahead of the second leg in Munich.
11:59 - STRONG ON THE ROAD
Just the one UCL defeat for Atleti away from home this season - at Barcelona in the previous round. Galatasaray, Benfica, PSV and Astana have all tried - and failed - to beat them in front of their own fans. It's going to be a tough ask, that's for sure...
11:39 - PROLIFIC PARTNERSHIP
Attacking power? Bayern will need plenty of it against an Atletico side that has conceded just 16 league goals this season...
11:11 - NO DISTRACTIONS?
Was Pep's mind already on today's crucial semi-final second leg before Bayern faced Gladbach on Saturday? Possibly...
Watch the video below and decide for yourselves!
10:46 - FINAL PREPARATIONS
Here are the best bits from Bayern's training session yesterday. Great to see Jerome Boateng back in the fold following injury - the defender is ready to put his body and soul on the line against Atleti.
10:24 - CAUSE FOR OPTIMISM?
They may have a battle on their hands to reach the final of Europe's premier club competition for the fourth time in seven seasons, but as we've seen on countless occasions in recent years, Bayern have a habit of coming back from the abyss.
10:00 - DAY OF RECKONING!
Bayern are desperate to avoid the same fate as the past two season and, while Pep Guardiola's Champions League semi-final record with the German record titleholders is poor, there are plenty of reasons for the hosts to be confident of overturning a one-goal deficit. Bayern have won all 11 of their home fixtures, including the come-from-behind extra time win over Juventus, at Europe's top table since the devastating 4-0 loss to Real Madrid CF in the 2013/14 campaign. One more would equal the competition record, but also go a long way to them reaching the final...providing it's by a two-goal margin that is.
9:40 - PRESS CONFERENCE HIGHLIGHTS
Here's quick look at what head coaches Pep Guardiola and Diego Simeone had to say ahead of their two sides going head-to-head. Both men were complimetary of the counterparts, but also took time to underline how difficult tonight's fixture is going to be. To recap the full press conferences click here.
9:25 - FC BAYERN'S WARM-UP
The Bundesliga leaders geared up for tonight's encounter with a hard-fought 1-1 draw with Borussia Mönchengladbach on Saturday. Bayern didn't have things their own way, bossing just 54 per cent of possession - a season low - but the game may have done them a world of good ahead of what promises to be another tough test against Diego Simeone's men.
9:00 - WAKEY WAKEY RISE AND SHINE!
While you may be dealing with the minor distraction of Leicester City being crowned Premier League champions last night, today is all about FC Bayern as they go in search of redemption in the UEFA Champions League. The past two seasons have seen them fall at the semi-final stage against Spanish opposition, but with just a goal in their tie against Club Atletico de Madrid, it's all still to play for at the Allianz Arena tonight!