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Played
November 27, 2013 8:00 PM EAT
Arena Khimki — Khimki
Referee:‬ A. Gautier‎
Attendance:‬ 14000‎
 
62′ (PG) Keisuke Honda
Arjen Robben 17′
 
Mario Götze 56′
 
Thomas Müller 65′ (PG)
Top of the Match
Mario Götze
Mario Götze
FC Bayern München
Mario Götze
Mario Götze
FC Bayern München
Flop of the Match
Igor Akinfeev
Igor Akinfeev
CSKA Moscow
Igor Akinfeev
Igor Akinfeev
CSKA Moscow

CSKA Moscow 1-3 Bayern Munich: Gotze wondergoal helps Bavarians break Barca record

The German scored a Lionel Messi-esque effort, as well as strikes from Arjen Robben and Thomas Muller, for their 10th consecutive European triumph

ARJEN ROBBEN CSKA MOSCOW BAYERN MUNICH CHAMPIONS LEAGUE 11272013
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Bayern Munich broke Barcelona's record of Champions League wins by beating CSKA Moscow 3-1 for their 10th victory in a row on Wednesday.

Arjen Robben's 10th goal of the season set the European champions on their way as the snow came down in the Russian capital and Mario Gotze doubled their lead early in the second half.

Keisuke Honda pulled a goal back from the penalty spot after spurning two golden opportunities after the break, but Thomas Muller responded with a spot kick at the other end to ensure Bayern surpassed the record of nine Champions League victories in a row set by Barca in 2002-03.

Pep Guardiola's side will be confirmed as Group D winners if Manchester City fail to beat Viktoria Plzen later on Tuesday but, even if the Premier League side claim all three points, the German champions will only need a point against Manuel Pellegrini's side next month to ensure they claim top spot.

Victory also marks a club record sixth consecutive away win in Europe for Bayern, while CSKA are still in the hunt for a place in the Europa League ahead of their final game against Plzen.

Bayern striker Mario Mandzukic was ruled out with a calf problem, so Gotze started in attack. CSKA were without in-form striker Seydou Doumbia due to injury and Ahmed Musa came in to replace him.

Guardiola warned his players to adapt quickly to the weather conditions and Bayern did just that to edge in front after 16 minutes.

Muller was the architect, racing away down the left and cutting the ball back into the path of the onrushing Robben, who made beat Igor Akinfeev with a clinical left-foot finish inside the near post.

Honda tried to be too clever when he attempted to round Manuel Neuer two minutes into the second half, but the German goalkeeper read his drag-back and smothered the ball.

Things went from bad to worse for the Japan international when a cross from the right fell nicely for him six yards out, but he fluffed his lines with the goal gaping.

And he was made to pay for those misses 11 minutes into the second half, when Gotze set off on a mazy run into the penalty and beat Akinfeev with a delightful left-foot finish.

CSKA were given a lifeline five minutes later, when Dante was harshly adjudged to have handled in the area and Honda this time kept his nerve to send Neuer the wrong way from the spot.

However, Bayern were awarded a spot kick of their own after 65 minutes when Georgi Schennikov upended Robben and Muller restored their two-goal advantage. Zoran Tosic hit the crossbar nine minutes from time, but Bayern never looked in danger of surrendering their lead.


CSKA Moscow

35
Igor Akinfeev
Goalkeeper
1.50
4
2.50
6
2.50
14
Kirill Nababkin
Defender
2.00
42
3.00
16
Pontus Wernbloom
Midfielder
2.00
-
Steven Zuber
Midfielder
68′
2.50
21
Zoran Tosic
Midfielder
2.00
-
Georgi Milanov
Midfielder
90′
2.00
10
Keisuke Honda
Midfielder
62′
2.50
23
2.00

FC Bayern München

3.50
1
Manuel Neuer
Goalkeeper
2.50
4
Dante
Defender
61′
2.50
13
Rafinha
Defender
3.50
17
3.00
21
2.50
27
David Alaba
Midfielder
3.00
8
Javi Martínez
Midfielder
43′ 79′
3.00
10
Arjen Robben
Midfielder
17′
4.00
19
Mario Götze
Midfielder
56′ 88′
3.50
39
Toni Kroos
Midfielder
3.00
25
Thomas Müller
Midfielder
17′ 65′

Substitutes

1
 - 
5
 - 
-
 - 
11
M. González
Midfielder
 - 
20
Rasmus Elm
Midfielder
68′
2.50
-
Vitinho
Striker
90′
 - 
-
 - 

Substitutes

 - 
22
Tom Starke
Goalkeeper
 - 
5
2.00
15
 - 
23
 - 
34
2.50
6
 - 
37
Julian Green
Midfielder
88′

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Results
Group A Matchday 5
Times In EAT
 
Top Scorers
Player   Goals Penalties
Cristiano Ronaldo Cristiano Ronaldo
Striker
Real Madrid CF
14 1
Zlatan Ibrahimovic Zlatan Ibrahimovic
Striker
PSG
10 1
Lionel Messi Lionel Messi
Striker
Barcelona
8 2
Diego Costa Diego Costa
Striker
Atl. Madrid
7 0
Sergio Agüero Sergio Agüero
Striker
Manchester City
6 2