WATCH: NAGELSMANN: “WE’VE STILL GOT A LOT TO DO”
We're into three minutes of added time at the end of this thrilling game in Munich.
Speed check: The fastest player in the game after 90 minutes
Alphonso Davies 34.69km/h
Kingsley Ehizibue 33.63km/h
Dayot Upamecano 32.98km/h
NORTH AMERICAN SUB
Canadian Davies is replaced by American Richards here for the final minutes.
INTO THE FINAL FIVE...
Time is running out for a potential Cologne comeback again, but the Billy Goats are pushing on and on. Bayern, meanwhile, are struggling to keep possession out of their hands for longer periods.
THE MIDFIELD RUNNERS
Distance run (km)
Joshua Kimmich Ellyes Skhiri
COLOGNE BEING ALLOWED TO PLAY
Bayern are sitting off Cologne when the away side have the ball, but Baumgart's side lacking precision in their passing here as we enter the final 10 minutes. That's letting them down in their search for an equaliser.
GNABRY LOVES FACING THE GOATS
Bayern's No.7 has scored more than once on eight occasions in his Bundesliga career - four of those have come against Cologne.
Lemperle and Schaub come on for Cologne, while Choupo-Moting is on for Bayern. Cologne will be pushing for an equaliser here.
A second yellow card of the game and first for Bayern with Süle cautioned.
Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting
LEWANDOWSKI FIRES WIDE!
A good chance for Bayern's No.9 at the back post, but he sends a left-footed shot just over the crossbar from close range.
COOKING UP A BUNDESLIGA CLASSIC!
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GNABRY FOR THE LEAD!
What a hit from Gnabry to give Bayern the lead again. Horn punches clear rather than catching a cross and Bayern recycle possession well, with Gnabry found in space on the right. He has time to pick his spot as he reaches the edge of the Cologne area and he thunders a shot through the hands of Horn and into the top corner.
GOAL!3 : 2
Kainz comes off for Anderson with 20 minutes to play.
BAYERN CALMING THINGS DOWN
We have five minutes of pure madness here in Munich with those three goals being scored by Gnabry, Modeste and Uth to bring us to 2-2. Now, Bayern are trying to calm the game down, but it's easier said than done with Cologne playing full of confidence.
Uth comes off having just equalised, with Duda on in his place. Meanwhile, for Bayern, it's Tolisso who is on for Goretzka in midfield.
TAKING THEIR CHANCES
10 off target
3 on target
7 off target
3 on target
THIELMANN HAS A GO!
Cologne have their tails up here as Thielmann has a go at goal from range. It's low and hard, but Neuer can stop that one. But what a response from the away side having gone two goals behind!
UTH LEVELS IT UP!
Incredible scenes in Munich as Cologne score a second in as many minutes to bring us level. It's down the opposite flank this time as Modeste is found out on the right as the Billy Goats counter. He spots Uth behind the Bayern defence and crosses into the middle, and Uth supplies the finish at the near post past Neuer.
GOAL!2 : 2
What a response from Cologne who are level less than a minute after Gnabry's goal. It's Hector who is found in space down the left and Süle misreads his cross, leaving the ball to fall for Modeste to smash home with an outstanding header. Just as we thought the game could be over, it's back on.
GOAL!2 : 1
GNABRY DOUBLES THE LEAD!
It's two for Bayern and they're heading for all three points. Lewandowski drops deep to pick up the ball and feeds Müller down the right wing. He sends in a low cross which Mere fails to clear, and Gnabry is able to poke home at the back post.
GOAL!2 : 0
HISTORIC BAYERN GOAL!
Lewandowski has now equalled his own record for scoring in 12 consecutive Bundesliga games. Only Gerd Müller (16) has scored in more games in a row. Meanwhile, Bayern have now scored in 74 successive competitive fixtures - breaking the record in Europe's top five leagues.
UTH GOES CLOSE
Cologne try to muster an immediate response as Uth charges into the right-hand side of the Bayern box before cutting back onto his preferred left foot and getting a shot away. It's deflected towards the back post, leaving Neuer wrong-footed, but bobbles just wide for a corner.
LEWANDOWSKI - WHO ELSE?
Bayern's pressure had been building early in this half and it's finally taken its toll. Musiala scampers down the left, brilliantly taking on a defender before getting to the byline and pulling back for Lewandowski to tap in!
GOAL!1 : 0
OVER FROM MUSIALA!
A brilliant chance from Bayern as Musiala pops up unmarked on the left-hand side of Cologne's area. His first touch is superb, taking it out of his feet to set himself up to shoot, but he lashes a left-footed drive over from about 12 yards.
NICE FROM BAYERN
The home side flow forward, working the ball forward quickly from the back. It's played out to Goretzka on the right and he floats an inviting cross into the box looking for Müller, but a Cologne head just gets to it first.
The ball is rolling again in Munich. Cologne are unchanged, but Bayern have brought on two subs, with Musiala replacing Sane and Stanisic coming on in defence for Nianzou. Stanisic will slot in at right-back, with Süle shifting into the middle next to Upamecano.
We're into just one minute of added time at the end of the first half.
ALMOST FOR GNABRY
A lobbed pass from Kimmich beats the Cologne defence to match Gnarby's run towards the back post, but he can't get a shot on target as the ball bounces away from him.
COLOGNE DOING WELL
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QUIET IN FRONT OF GOAL
7 off target
1 on target
4 off target
0 on target
INTO THE WALL
It's Sane who takes it, but his strike goes straight into the Cologne wall...
APPROACHING THE BREAK
Bayern have won a free-kick in a great position here after fine work from Gnabry. Will it be Lewandowski's to take?
Cologne have a break on their hands as Thielmann finds Uth in space on the left wing. Modeste has found space in the middle, but Uth goes for goal himself - he's left with his head in his hands after a poor strike.
BAYERN COMING DOWN THE LEFT
As expected with Nianzou on the other side, Davies is heavily involved. Davies has already been involved in 10 challenges (70% won), Kingsley Ehizibue even had 13 challenges (31%) - in terms of challenges those are the two highest numbers on the pitch.
Bayern have had six shots on goal to Cologne's zero and are in control of the ball, but Cologne are standing strong defensively and not allowing many clear-cut chances. Baumgart won't be too dissatisfied with his side so far.
Speed check: The fastest player in the game after 30 minutes
Alphonso Davies 33.63km/h
Dayot Upamecano 32.98km/h
Mark Uth 31.81km/h
CLASS FROM SÜLE!
The centre-back is up the pitch and does a roulette turn past Ehizibue into the Cologne area before lashing a shot at goal, but Horn tips it over the crossbar.
THE BILLY GOATS RUNNING HARD
GNABRY ON THE CHARGE
Bayern feed Gnabry on the left wing in space and he cuts inside the Cologne area to shoot, but it's blocked by the Cologne defence once again.
UTH THE KEY?
No Cologne player from Cologne's starting XI has ever won a Bundesliga match at Bayern; Uth is the only one who has already won against Munich, which happened in a home game with his former club Hoffenheim. Uth has scored four goals in eight Bundesliga games against Bayern, which is a fine return all things considered.
A first yellow card of the game for Ljubicic as he blocks a quick free-kick being taken.
SANE SHOOTS WIDE
Sane exchanges passes with Lewandowski running inside from the right flank on his left, but his shot that follows goes wide across goal.
Cologne are not hiding away here so far, although they are competing against the possession-based power of Bayern.
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Another effort slides wide of goal as Lewandowski cuts the ball back towards Müller, just breaching the Cologne penalty area, but he drags his shot on the slide wide across goal.
GORETZKA SLIDES WIDE
A first chance of the day for Bayern as Gnabry floats a cross in from the left and Goretzka is the one who times his run best, but he can only slide his effort wide.
Cologne have made a confident start in Munich, looking to cause trouble down the right flank with Ehizibue so far. It should be a fun battle down that side with Davies up against him.
HERE WE GO!
The home side get us underway in Munich for the final game of the weekend's action.
There's a rapturous applause around the Allianz Arena as the two sides pay tribute to Gerd Müller.
KICK-OFF COMING UP!
It's set to be an emotional afternoon in Munich as Bayern remember Gerd Müller, and go in search of a first win of the campaign.
LATE BIRTHDAY PRESENT?
Lewandowski celebrated his 33rd birthday yesterday and will be keen for the party to continue today. He's scored 14 goals in 15 Bundesliga games against so far - only a brave person would bet against him adding to that tally today.
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TEAM NEWS - BAYERN
Manuel Neuer starts for the hosts, having made a surprise recovery from an ankle injury that was expected to keep him sidelined. Kingsley Coman does miss out though, a hamstring injury forcing him to rest, so Leroy Sane starts in his place. Tanguy Nianzou also comes into the side to partner Dayot Upamecano at centre-back, with Niklas Süle slotting in at right-back and Josip Stanisic dropping to the bench.
TEAM NEWS - COLOGNE
Cologne head coach Steffen Baumgart has made two changes to the side that beat Hertha Berlin last weekend, with Ehizibue and Mere replacing Schmitz and Hübers. Will they be able to withstand the expected early onslaught?
WATCH: BAYERN ARRIVING AT THE ALLIANZ ARENA
BAYERN STARTING XI
Neuer (c) - Süle, Upamecano, Nianzou, Davies - Kimmich, Goretzka - Sane, Müller, Gnabry - Lewandowski
Ulreich, O. Richards, Choupo-Moting, C. Richards, Sarr, Tolisso, Tillman, Musiala, Stanisic
COLOGNE STARTING XI
T. Horn - Ehizibue, Mere, Czichos, Hector (c) - Skhiri - Thielmann, Ljubicic, Uth, Kainz - Modeste
Urbig, Schmitz, Özcan, Andersson, Schindler, Duda, Schaub, Lemperle, Ostrak
On paper at least, Bayern are the overwhelming favourites to win this game. They've emerged victorious from 48 of the 94 Bundesliga meetings between the two, including nine of the last 10. Cologne's last competitive win over the Reds was in February 2011, but the last time they won in Munich was in February 2009.
HELLO AND WELCOME!
Matchday 2 comes to a conclusion here, with Bayern playing their first home match of the new season against a Cologne side boosted by an impressive come-from-behind win over Hertha Berlin last week. The line-ups will be dropping in shortly - don't go anywhere!
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