With a delicious display of wonderful wing play. Bayern will be the team (along with Real Madrid, probably) group winners most fear when the knockout stage draw comes around. Unai Emery's PSG side suffered their first loss of the season when they failed to overcome Ligue 1 strugglers Strasbourg.
Both sides have somewhat of a mixed run of form heading into Tuesday's clash. Robert Lewandowski buried a headed Kingsley Coman pass past Alphonse Areola to give the Bundesliga champions a 1-0 lead. Ahead of their latest meeting on Tuesday, The Hard Tackle takes a closer look at the encounter.
Heynckes took over in early October for his fourth spell in charge and has engineered a remarkable transformation in Bayern's fortunes in those 10 weeks. Manuel Neuer (foot), Juan Bernat (muscular), Thiago Alcantara (thigh) and Arjen Robben (thigh) are all sidelined.
"He is playing exceptionally well and he wanted the fourth or fifth goal".
Despite reluctantly accepting Heynckes' decision to stick to his guns and slip quietly back into retirement again next summer, it is fair to say CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge will miss the veteran coach.
Club president Uli Hoeness was sentenced to three-and-a-half years in jail for tax fraud that cost the German state more than €28.5m. Although The Bavarians can still mathematically finish top of the group, Jupp Heynckes side will know their chances are incredibly thin.
PSG have won all five of their previous Group B fixtures, scoring 24 goals on the way.
"Sabemos que tenemos posibilidades de avanzar" — Óscar Ramírez
La suerte le dictó sentencia a Brasil , pentacampeón de la Copa Mundial de la FIFA™, quien quedó en primer lugar de la difícil eliminatoria sudamericana.
Emery admitted that PSG will go for the three points.
As well as instilling discipline and returning harmony to the dressing room, where there was in-fighting under Ancelotti, he has coaxed top performances from key stars.
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Both groups ended up on 15 points, but PSG's head-to-head record ensured they completed top.
"The Champions League, against PSG, in front of a sold-out crowd in Munich - these are the games you dreamed about as a little boy". However, Bayern can hold their heads high knowing they can still compete with the best teams in Europe.
Some viewers online failed to see the funny side. "When everyone is fit, we have a lot of potential in the squad and I see our prospects as being very positive, but we need all our players to do that, but I am confident", he said.
Meanwhile, France midfielder Corentin Tolisso scored twice to earn Bayern Munich victory but Paris Saint-Germain advance to the last-16 draw as Group B winners.