Bayern break Man Utd's home Champions League record

Carlo Ancelotti's side picked up their 13th straight European win at the Allianz Arena on Tuesday and are now on two record-breaking runs in the competition

Bayern Munich kicked-off their Champions League season in style on Tuesday evening as they beat Russian surprise package FC Rostov 5-0 at the Allianz Arena.

But not only did they pick up all three points, Carlo Ancelotti's side also broke a record that Manchester United have held since 2008.

The win over Rostov was the Bavarians's 13th consecutive home victory in the competiton, beating the run of 12 straight successes that the Red Devils were able to muster between 2006-08.

Bayern have not lost on home soil in the European competition since their 4-0 reverse at the hands of Real Madrid in the semi-finals of the 2013-14 competition.

The Bundesliga champions are also on a record run of victories on matchday one having won 13 of their first group games in a row after losing to Deportivo La Coruna back in 2002.