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Summary

  1. Neuer fails to deal with floated free-kick
  2. Ozil with close-range strike in injury-time
  3. FT: Dynamo Kiev 0-0 Chelsea (19:45 BST)
  4. Chelsea hit woodwork twice
  5. Chelsea remain third in Group G

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By Tom Rostance

All times stated are UK

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  1. Post update

    Arsenal face Everton on Saturday evening and can go top of the Premier League! What an end to the week that would/could be for the Gunners.

    That's all from us folks - see you tomorrow!

  2. Another fine mess?

    Dynamo Kiev 0-0 Chelsea

  3. 'Basically, I played well'

    Arsenal 2-0 Bayern Munich

    Bayern Munich goalkeeper Manuel Neuer: "Basically, I played well. But it was my big mistake that led to Arsenal’s first goal. I think, a draw would have been a more appropriate result."

  4. Post update

    Dynamo Kiev 0-0 Chelsea

    Jose Mourinho really knows how to stay out of the headlines doesn't he?

  5. What's next?

    Arsenal's next Champions League game sees them travel to Munich on 4 November, and on the same evening Chelsea host Dynamo Kiev.

  6. 'I'm so so proud'

    Arsenal 2-0 Bayern Munich

    Pep Guardiola

    Bayern Munich manager Pep Guardiola: "We played to control the game and create chances. I am so, so proud of how we played.

    "We played with huge personality. We came here to close our qualification and we could not do that so we now have to go to the next game. Both keepers are amazing. It was a funny game but it's ok."

  7. 'Two world-class keepers'

    Arsenal 2-0 Bayern Munich

    Arsene Wenger looks delighted

    Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger: "It was a game of top quality. We played with disciplined intensity. Both keepers made great saves.

    "Petr Cech was a key figure. He was intelligent, everything is classy. There were two world class goalkeepers out there tonight."

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  9. Arsenal do what others couldn't

    Arsenal 2-0 Bayern Munich

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    Arsenal 2-0 Bayern Munich

  11. Post update

    Arsenal 2-0 Bayern Munich

    We have not heard from Arsene Wenger yet - I shall bring you his reaction as and when we get it...

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    SMS Message: That was beautiful. I have tears in my eyes. A determined, solid and honest performance. Even if we still don't get out of the group, I will remember that for a long time. So proud of Arsenal. from James, Norfolk
    James, Norfolk
    SMS Message: Brilliant Arsenal ? Lets face it outclassed and a rather dubious goal gave them a victory that they barely deserved. Let's not get too excited - they got lucky, it happens - ask Chelsea. from Alan, Devon
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  13. Post update

    Dynamo Kiev 0-0 Chelsea

    Jose Mourinho reacts

    Jose Mourinho is not happy that his side were not given a penalty when Cesc Fabregas went down under a challenge. My first thoughts were that it looked like a spot-kick...

  14. 'Referee was weak and naive'

    Dynamo Kiev 0-0 Chelsea

    Jose Mourinho
    Quote Message: The referee was weak and naive with the penalty. I cannot understand what the referee behind the goal does because he doesn't make a clear decision too. I see progress. We hit the post twice, had a good solid defensive performance against dangerous team. To lose this game would have been bad for us." from Jose Mourinho Chelsea manager
    Jose MourinhoChelsea manager
  15. Post update

    Dynamo Kiev 0-0 Chelsea

    You'll never guess what Jose Mourinho has said tonight...

  16. FOOTBALL LEAGUE

    Will we be seeing Brighton in the Premier League next season?Bobby Zamora hit a late winner to give the Seagulls a four-point lead at the top of the Championship.

    Read all of the results and reaction here.

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    Arsenal 2-0 Bayern Munich

  18. Cech's mate

    Arsenal 2-0 Bayern Munich

  19. 'We have to thank Cech!'

    Arsenal 2-0 Bayern Munich

    Olivier Giroud

    Arsenal striker Olivier Giroud on BT Sport: "We did well until the goal and defended really well. Bayern Munich will have the ball, they are very good in possession and they finish with 70% of the ball. They dominate the game but we knew that and we were able to finish it off.

    "We needed this win to stay in the Champions League and try to qualify for the next stage. We have to think Petr Cech too - he had a fantastic game."

  20. Euro round-up

    Gunners with work to do...

    Olympiakos

    Olympiakos have held on to win 1-0 in Zagreb and sit second in Arsenal's group, level on points with Bayern Munich and three points ahead of the Gunners.

    The goals have finally stopped in Germany, where Roma and Bayer Leverkusen drew 4-4 in a breathless contest.

    Valencia and Zenit both won in Group H and look well positioned, while the holders Barcelona cruised to a 2-0 win away at BATE - Ivan Rakitic hit both. 

  21. Group G

    Dynamo Kiev 0-0 Chelsea

    Chelsea are third in Group G after three games, they have four points and leaders Porto have seven. 

  22. Post update

    Arsenal 2-0 Bayern Munich

    Hector Bellerin may well be he fastest player in the Premier League. Just before the second goal he put in a phenomenal 45-yard sprint to keep a dead ball alive and win a corner.

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    Arsenal 2-0 Bayern Munich

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    Arsenal 2-0 Bayern Munich

  25. Post update

    Arsenal 2-0 Bayern Munich

    Manuel Neuer looks dejected

    Well, well, well! Arsenal remain bottom of Group F but their campaign is up and running. In the first half it looked like Bayern were dominant - but even then Manuel Neuer made a fantastic save to deny Theo Walcott. 

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    Arsenal 2-0 Bayern Munich

  27. 'Goals win games'

    Arsenal 2-0 Bayern Munich

    John Hartson

    BBC Radio 5 live at the Emirates Stadium

    "Absolutely brilliant by Bellerin. He uses his pace, hooks it across and yes it's Ozil and over the line. I can't believe they've beaten Bayern with all the possession Bayern have had. Goals win games.

    "A massive result tonight. Arsenal needed a result and three points. They are firmly back in the group and it keeps the momentum going. On Saturday they can go top of the Premier League. They had to defend for their lives but what a win for Arsenal."

  28. FULL-TIME

    Dynamo Kiev 0-0 Chelsea

    Jose Mourinho shakes hands at full-time
  29. FULL-TIME

    Arsenal 2-0 Bayern Munich

    Petr Cech

    A big win!

  30. GOAL - Arsenal 2-0 Bayern Munich

    Mesut Ozil (90 mins)

    Mesut Ozil scores

    Brilliant from Hector Bellerin! He cuts out a loose pass, drives on at real pace and then picks out Mesut Ozil six yards out. Ozil sees his shot clawed out by the brilliant Manuel Neuer but after Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain puts the rebound over the assistant behind the goal signals that the German's effort was in.

    It was too. A good yard over the line!

  31. Post update

    Arsenal 1-0 Bayern Munich

    Almost sensational stuff! Robert Lewandowski turns Laurent Koscielny on the edge of the box, he gets inside the area and looks to pull the trigger but Koscielny does brilliantly to deflect it away...

  32. INJURY TIME

    Arsenal 1-0 Bayern Munich

    FOUR MINUTES added on. Douglas Costa loses the ball and Mesut Ozil carries the ball 65 yards up the pitch, He can't find a fellow red shirt but he takes it away from danger...

  33. Euro goals...

    Zenit 3-1 Lyon

    Villas-Boas

    Who are the only side in the Champions League with nine points from a possible nine?

    Yep, Andre Villa-Boas is smiling. His Zenit side lead Lyon 3-1. All but into the last eight.

  34. Post update

    Arsenal 1-0 Bayern Munich

    Petr Cech easily behind Thiago's rising strike from 20 yards to hang on to it. Arsenal inching towards a big Champions League win...

  35. Euro goals

    Leverkusen 4-4 Roma

    Admir Mehmedi celebrates

    What a game in Leverkusen. The two sides have now shared 30 shots and Roma -  two down at one point - have now blown their own two goal lead. Quick-fire goals from Kevin Kampl and Admir Mehmedi have pulled Leverkusen level. So Roma are not going to get that elusive away win in the Champions League. 

    Make no mistake, this would be hugely damaging for the Italian side. They'd be bottom of their group on two points.

  36. Post update

    Arsenal 1-0 Bayern Munich

    Arsenal have everyone back but they are containing the Bayern threat well. Famous last words. THREE MINUTES left.

    Elsewhere in Group F Olympiakos are beating Dinamo Zagreb and will join Bayern on six points as it stands. 

  37. Post update

    Dynamo Kiev 0-0 Chelsea

    Seven minutes left in Kiev. Jose Mourinho said before the game that he wants four points from two games against Dynamo. He is close to the first leg of that. 

  38. Post update

    Arsenal 1-0 Bayern Munich

    Phil McNulty

    BBC Sport chief football writer

    "Now Arsenal have something to hang on to. And if they do their Champions League ambitions will really be revived. How can they play like this against Bayern and be so wretched against Monaco and Olympiakos?"

  39. Post update

    Arsenal 1-0 Bayern Munich

    A few of you have let me know that there was an element of handball about that Olivier Giroud goal - and I can see it on second viewing. Giroud headed the ball against his own hand - he knew nothing about it.

    Giroud has a chance again but heads it straight at Manuel Neuer. Neuer then runs into the Frenchman - who is booked for blocking him off. 

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    Arsenal 1-0 Bayern Munich

  41. Post update

    Dynamo Kiev 0-0 Chelsea

    Still 0-0 in Ukraine as the hosts go for broke. They know a big win could be just a moment away...

  42. Elsewhere in Europe?

    Leverkusen 2-4 Roma

    Roma

    Barcelona introduce Gerard Gumbau as they ring the changes in Belarus. They'll top their group on seven points from Roma on four.

    Roma are also now on four goals tonight as their remarkable comeback at Bayer Leverkusen now sees them have a 4-2 cushion. Iago Falque got the last from Gervinho's assist. 

  43. Post update

    Arsenal 1-0 Bayern Munich

    Olivier Giroud has scored his last four goals as a substitute - super sub. The tag nobody wants. Still more than 10 minutes to go - can Bayern pull this around?

  44. 'He is nowhere'

    Arsenal 1-0 Bayern Munich

    John Hartson

    BBC Radio 5 live at the Emirates Stadium

    Arsenal scores

    "Neuer comes flapping out, he is nowhere. Giroud gets his luck for being brave but a goalkeeping mistake. What a substitution, Giroud has only been on five minutes.

    "For his two great saves in the first half, that was poor. For one of his quality, that was very, very poor, he just comes flapping, just waving his arms."

  45. GOAL - Arsenal 1-0 Bayern Munich

    Olivier Giroud (77 mins)

    Olivier Giroud celebrates

    What was all that about the excellence of Manuel Neuer?! It's the old 'wet Wednesday in Stoke argument' as Neuer has a shocker against the set-piece. Just a big ball into the middle from Santi Cazorla, Neuer comes out, positive, but flaps at it, misses it and sub Olivier Giroud heads in from close range!

  46. 5 live football social

    Line are open now for the Radio 5 live football social, which will take place after full-time in tonight's games.

    Mark Chapman will be joined by John Hartson and European football expert Andy Brassell.

    Among other things, they are sure to be discussing Arsenal and Chelsea - and want to hear what you make of tonight's Football League action.

    Text 85058 or call 0500909693.

  47. GREAT SAVE!

    Arsenal 0-0 Bayern Munich

    Great save! Douglas Costa tees up Robert Lewandowski, his first touch is perfect and everyone inside the Emirates expects a goal. Everyone except Petr Cech! He stands up tall and makes a big one-handed save again. Two great performances in nets tonight. 

  48. SUBSTITUTION

    Arsenal 0-0 Bayern Munich

    A change up front for the Arsenal as Theo Walcott is off, Olivier Giroud on. Just over 15 minutes to go. 

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    Arsenal 0-0 Bayern Munich

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    Arsenal 0-0 Bayern Munich

    Bayern Munich

    It is pretty toasty in the Arsenal half as the above Bayern Munich heatmap shows. 

    Manuel Neuer pretty much has just David Alaba and Jerome Boateng for company in his own half, and even then he will have to shout to them, as they are up by the halfway line.

  51. SUBSTITUTIONS

    Arsenal 0-0 Bayern Munich

    Xabi Alonso and Arturo Vidal come off for Bayern, on come Rafinha and Joshua Kimmich. That means Philipp Lahm into midfield. #versatile 

  52. The Champ wants an attack...

    Arsenal 0-0 Bayern Munich

  53. Post update

    Arsenal 0-0 Bayern Munich

    Phil McNulty

    BBC Sport chief football writer

    "Lots of sparring going on but nothing yet to rival the clear openings we saw in the first half. Arsenal acquitting themselves so much better than they did in those damaging Champions League losses at home to Monaco and Olympiakos and the crowd at The Emirates responding."

  54. Post update

    Arsenal 0-0 Bayern Munich

    Bayern dominating possession now, death by a thousand passes as the midfield just ping it around. No real imminent danger though as Robert Lewandowski is snuffed out. 

  55. GOAL - BATE 0-2 Barcelona

    Ivan Rakitic (65 mins)

    Ivan Rakitic celebrates

    A second excellent goal from Ivan Rakitic as he collects a pass inside the area and chips into the net. Silky smooth. 

  56. GREAT SAVE!

    Dynamo Kiev 0-0 Chelsea

    Kiev counter well and it's Andriy Yarmolenko who beats two men and then slips a lovely pass into the run of Derlis Gonzalez. The angle is tight but his shot is a good one and Asmir Begovic makes a big save at his near post. Begovic then comes off his line to claw a cross away as the hosts pile on some pressure. 

  57. 'Up the tempo'

    Arsenal 0-0 Bayern Munich

    John Hartson

    BBC Radio 5 live at the Emirates Stadium

    "Arsenal need to up the tempo. Some of the players are just walking around and it's Bayern Munich who are looking to force the issue. Bayern have made them work. The possession in the first half was a massive amount of chasing for Arsenal to do."

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    Arsenal 0-0 Bayern Munich

  59. If you don't buy a ticket...

    Arsenal 0-0 Bayern Munich

    Xabi Alonso has previous when it comes to spectacular long-range efforts - Luton in the FA Cup anyone? - but the radar was a little off when he tried his luck before.

    Xabi Alonso shot graphic
  60. Roma come from two down...

    Leverkusen 2-3 Roma

    Roma have had three shots on target and guess what? They have three goals. The Serie A side were two goals down early on but have battled back to lead. Miralem Pjanic has got them in business and on course for a first win of the 2015-16 Champions League campaign.

    Elsewhere Hulk is Zenit's super hero, they lead again, 2-1 against Lyon in Russia. That result would take them onto nine points and leave Lyon on one.

  61. Post update

    Dynamo Kiev 0-0 Chelsea

    Chelsea's choreography is just a bit off isn't it? Eden Hazard starts a counter attack but every aspect of the move is 5% off. His pass is behind Cesc Fabregas, he then overcooks a touch and has to stretch to flick it wide to Diego Costa. Costa's touch is heavy and then his cross is poor. 

  62. SUBSTITUTION - Ramsey off

    Arsenal 0-0 Bayern Munich

    Aaron Ramsey

    A blow for club and country as Aaron Ramsey limps off. He is replaced by Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain.

  63. Duck broken...

    BATE 0-1 Barcelona

    Ivan Rakitic
  64. Post update

    Arsenal 0-0 Bayern Munich

    Aaron Ramsey has twanged his hamstring. He's coming off.

  65. Post update

    Arsenal 0-0 Bayern Munich

    Arsenal

    Bayern Munich have started this half like they did the first. How long can Arsenal keep the visitors out, with barely 6% possession?

  66. GREAT SAVE!

    Arsenal 0-0 Bayern Munich

    What a hit! Robert Lewandowski comes out of the penalty area to forage on the left wing, the ball comes back inside and then pops up for the Pole 18 yards out. The Machine hammers the shot first time, instinctive, and it's flying in until Petr Cech turns it over the top.

  67. Post update

    Dynamo Kiev 0-0 Chelsea

    Kurt Zouma is built like a linebacker but he's done OK out at right-back so far, he gets out of position slightly but recovers well and has the pace to make the tackle. Cesc Fabregas then shoots low and hard and on target at the other end. 

  68. CLOSE!

    Arsenal 0-0 Bayern Munich

    Douglas Costa has been the man of the match so far. You wonder where Arjen Robben and Franck Ribery fit into this team when fit. maybe they don't? Costa skips away from company again and then flashes a shot just over the top from 20 yards!

  69. GOAL - BATE 0-1 Barcelona

    Ivan Rakitic (48 mins)

    Ivan Rakitic celebrates

    Pick it out. Ivan Rakitic, 20 yards, top corner. The Croatian is given space centrally and plants the ball high into the net with little fuss. It's right footed and powerful. Barca finally break through and are heading for seven points.

  70. Bellerin needs help

    Arsenal 0-0 Bayern Munich

    John Hartson

    BBC Radio 5 live at the Emirates Stadium

    "Bellerin is struggling against Costa. Costa has been their biggest threat and Bellerin needs some help. Aaron Ramsey down that right hand side needs to come back a bit because Bayern are having too much joy down that side."

  71. HITS THE WOODWORK

    Dynamo Kiev 0-0 Chelsea

    So close! Willian with a free-kick, 22 yards out, lifts it over the wall and against the underside of the bar! You can't get much closer than that!

  72. Post update

    Arsenal 0-0 Bayern Munich

    Xabi Alonso tries a shot from halfway! Good effort too but it drifts just wide...

  73. Post update

    Dynamo Kiev 0-0 Chelsea

    And back under way in Ukraine.

  74. Post update

    Arsenal 0-0 Bayern Munich

    Can't argue with that logic...

  75. KICK-OFF

    Arsenal 0-0 Bayern Munich

    Under way!

  76. Post update

    Arsenal 0-0 Bayern Munich

    Arsenal don't finish many halves of football with just 26% of possession. Is 0-0 a good result tonight?

  77. Who did it better?

    Arsenal 0-0 Bayern Munich

    David Seaman
    Image caption: David Seaman...
    Theo Walcott
    Image caption: ...or Manuel Neuer?
  78. Barca can't unlock BATE

    BATE 0-0 Barcelona

    Barcelona are being held by Belarus side BATE Borisov, though the Spaniards are having the better of exchanges.

    They have seen home keeper Sergey Chernik in inspired form as he thwarted Neymar and Luis Suarez early on before Sergio Busquets saw a prod trickle across the goal line to roll wide. 

    Match stats
  79. Post update

    Arsenal 0-0 Bayern Munich

    Phil McNulty

    BBC Sport chief football writer

    Manuel Neuer

    "Goalless but a first half of the highest quality. Bayern may have dominated possession but Arsenal are right in this - and two faultless goalkeeping performances from Petr Cech and Manuel Neuer."

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    Arsenal 0-0 Bayern Munich

  81. Disappointed Gunners?

    Arsenal 0-0 Bayern Munich

    John Hartson

    BBC Radio 5 live at the Emirates Stadium

    Arsene Wenger directs

    "Arsenal I think will be slightly disappointed they aren't in front although Bayern have controlled possession. Neuer has kept Bayern in the game."

  82. Post update

    No goals in our two main games this evening but plenty to admire. If anyone stops Bayern Munich from winning the Champions League this season they'll deserve it...

  83. HALF-TIME

    Dynamo Kiev 0-0 Chelsea

  84. HALF-TIME

    Arsenal 0-0 Bayern Munich

  85. Post update

    Arsenal 0-0 Bayern Munich

    Douglas Costa! Not Diego. Obviously...

  86. De Rossi at the double...

    Euro goals...

    Daniele De Rossi celebrates

    AS Romashow nothing will wake you up like being on the brink of exiting the Champions League. Daniele De Rossi has rattled in a brace from midfield inLeverkusento cancel out Javier Hernandez's two early goals.

     Vincent Aboubakar and Yacine Brahimi have scored for PortoagainstMaccabi Tel Aviv.They lead 2-0 anda win would put them on seven points at the top of Chelsea's group.

    Gentare level againstValencia, Zenitstill leadLyon1-0.

  87. Post update

    Arsenal 0-0 Bayern Munich

    Shoddy! Very shoddy from Alexis Sanchez as he turns on halfway and plays a blind backpass straight to Douglas Costa. The Bayern man drives on at goal and shoots - but it's always over the bar. 

  88. Post update

    Dynamo Kiev 0-0 Chelsea

    Kiev having a good spell after Chelsea's strong opening to the game. The men in white are keeping the ball easily as the half clicks on, and Kurt Zouma has to step in to make a strong tackle to prevent a dangerous cross. 

  89. Post update

    Arsenal 0-0 Bayern Munich

  90. Post update

    Arsenal 0-0 Bayern Munich

    Phil McNulty

    BBC Sport chief football writer

    Manuel Neuer

    "Arsenal may be feeling the heat at the back but they look a real danger going forward. Their only problem is that when they get through they still have to beat Manuel Neuer and surely no-one can dispute he is the world's best."

  91. Post update

    Arsenal 0-0 Bayern Munich

    Arsenal are ending this half really well, Theo Walcott a menace in behind with his pace and movement. Walcott has another shot easily held by the German number one this time. 

  92. Can Neuer make it?

    You may not be surprised to know Bayern Munich chose to re-tweet this from Gary Lineker...

  93. Quite some save...

    Arsenal 0-0 Bayern Munich

  94. 'The Wall'

    Arsenal 0-0 Bayern Munich

    Mario Gotze and John Hartson are in tandem...

  95. Post update

    Arsenal 0-0 Bayern Munich

    Olivier Giroud

    Would Olivier Giroud have scored that header? You wonder. It was a brilliant save though, top, top ,top drawer...

  96. 'You'll not see a better save'

    Arsenal 0-0 Bayern Munich

    John Hartson

    BBC Radio 5 live at the Emirates Stadium

    Theo Walcott reacts

    "By the way you will not see a better save than that all season. I tell you something, what a world class save there. You need your goalkeeper, who has not had a lot to do, to just produce that magnificent save."

  97. GREAT SAVE!

    Arsenal 0-0 Bayern Munich

    Manuel Neuer saves a Theo Walcott header

    Superman! Clark Kent himself would be pleased with that as Manuel Neuer makes a phenomenal save!

    Theo Walcott, unmarked six yards out, firm header, half the ground celebrating until Neuer sticks out a left hand and somehow keeps it out!

    Schmeichel-esque! Seaman-esque, FA Cup semi-final stuff...

  98. Post update

    Arsenal 0-0 Bayern Munich

    John Hartson

    BBC Radio 5 live at the the Emirates Stadium

    "A deep corner from Cazorla, drops to Sanchez and he controls it brilliantly with his chest.He's better than that. He'll be disappointed with his quality. Blasted over the bar. He will be disappointed with that because he knows he's technically very good from that distance."

    You can listen to John Hartson on BBC Radio 5 live by clicking live coverage at the top of this page.

  99. Different gravy

    Arsenal 0-0 Bayern Munich

    Arsenal

    Arsenal blew away Manchester United before the international break, absolutely dominating possession inside the first quarter-of-an-hour as they raced into a two-goal lead. United just couldn't handle them.

    It is different story today, with Bayern Munich dictating play as much as Arsenal did against their Premier League rivals back on 4 October.

    To Arsenal's credit, though, they are keeping the German side at bay, and creating one or two chances.

    Bayern Munich
  100. CLOSE!

    Arsenal 0-0 Bayern Munich

    Much scrunching of the eyes and looking to the heavens as Alexis Sanchez hammers over the bar from 15 yards out. That was a decent chance - a corner worked its way through to him and he leant back and hit Row Z.

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    Arsenal 0-0 Bayern Munich

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  102. Post update

    Arsenal 0-0 Bayern Munich

    Arturo Vidal has a shot saved by Arsenal's Petr Cech

    Bayern continue to probe at the Arsenal defence, Xabi Alonso feeding Arturo Vidal on the edge of the area and he fires a shot right at Petr Cech.

    Arsenal have to make do with scraps on the break and Theo Walcott fires wide under pressure. 

  103. Hazard alert

    Dynamo Kiev 0-0 Chelsea

    Busy return for Eden Hazard. He's hit the post and, as his touch map shows, he's been probing the Kiev defence. Chelsea are creating the better chances. Jose Mourinho will be disappointed his side is not ahead.

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  104. CLOSE!

    Dynamo Kiev 0-0 Chelsea

    Kiev's best moment! They work the ball nicely down the left, it's squared to Vitaliy Buyalskiy, he shoots from 22 yards out and it is deflected wide off the toe of John Terry. 

  105. Chicharito on fire...

    Euro goals...

    Javier Hernandez

    Leverkusen take an early two-goal lead in Germany and Roma - on just one point in the group - are now in need of serious inspiration. 

    Elsewhere, Valencia lead 1-0 at home against Gent - Sofiane Feghouli  with the strike - and Zenit are one up against Lyon. A win would put Andre Villas-Boas' side on the brink of the next stage.

    In Belarus, Barcelona are peppering BATE Borisov's goal. They've had 76% of the ball and seven shots at goal, forcing a number of saves.

  106. Post update

    Dynamo Kiev 0-0 Chelsea

    The first quarter of tonight's action has fairly flown by. Jose Mourinho will be very happy with his side's showing, they have looked much brighter tonight. 

  107. Plan B?

    Arsenal 0-0 Bayern Munich

    David Alaba had a shot blocked earlier in the half. In truth, it wasn't close to opening the scoring but if you wondered about the complexity and patience of the build-up... 

    David Alaba blocked shot
  108. Post update

    Arsenal 0-0 Bayern Munich

    Phil McNulty

    BBC Sport chief football writer

    Pep Guardiola gestures

    "Bayern Munich coach Pep Guardiola is a hive of activity in his technical area. He gives every impression of being a man who is never satisfied. Almost - but not quite."

  109. You're supposed to be at home...

    Arsenal 0-0 Bayern Munich

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    Image caption: Arsenal are on the left with Bayern Munich on the right

    Who is the away team again? This average position map shows just how pegged back Arsenal players have been in the opening stages. 

    All but two of their players have spent the majority of the first 20 minutes inside their own half, while in contrast all but three of Bayern's outfield players have mostly been in the Gunners' half.

  110. CLOSE!

    Dynamo Kiev 0-0 Chelsea

    Chelsea could be two or three up now. First Willian bends a free-kick into the middle which is inches wide, before Nemanja Matic drives on from the halfway line, he beats two men, it opens up for him and he toes a shot just wide. Not the man you want on the shot maybe but the run was brilliant...

  111. Post update

    Arsenal 0-0 Bayern Munich

    Wave upon wave of attacks from the men in black and pink now. Douglas Costa gets by Hector Bellerin easily and his cross/shot is clawed out by Petr Cech.

    Arsenal rather hanging on but then they counter from the corner and Alexis Sanchez almost frees Theo Walcott through the middle - only David Alaba's boot cuts it out.

  112. PENALTY APPEAL

    Dynamo Kiev 0-0 Chelsea

    Cesc Fabregas speaks to the referee

    Is that a penalty?! Cesc Fabregas weaves his way into the area from wide on the left, he drives into a Kiev sandwich and goes down but referee Damir Skomina tells him to get up. The defender didn't get the ball...

  113. Post update

    Arsenal 0-0 Bayern Munich

    Xabi Alonso has made 20 passes for Bayern so far - Arsenal's busiest man is Hector Bellerin on eight.

  114. Post update

    Arsenal 0-0 Bayern Munich

    Lovely delivery from Xabi Alonso, swinging in a free-kick right into the corridor, it swings just wide of the post as Petr Cech scrambles across.

    The Bayern fans, now they are in, are making a right old din. There is a man with a megaphone facing his own fans and orchestrating the noise. How do they get those in the ground?

  115. Post update

    Dynamo Kiev 0-0 Chelsea

    Eden Hazard

    Eden Hazard has been more like his old self in these opening stages but now he's taken a sore one, Andriy Yarmolenko stood on his toe and in the cold that will sting all night long. He'll try and run that off. 

  116. GREAT SAVE!

    Arsenal 0-0 Bayern Munich

    Bayern now having a good spell - and that's a great chance! Thomas Muller plays the one-two with Thiago, Thiago middles the shot from 12 yards but it's straight at Petr Cech and he beats it clear. High-quality match so far. 

  117. Post update

    Arsenal 0-0 Bayern Munich

    John Hartson

    BBC Radio 5 live at the Emirates Stadium

    Douglas Costa in action

    "Bayern Munich getting lots of the ball but Arsenal are fairly comfortable. Nothing really threatening Petr Cech's goal and Arsenal look dangerous on the break."

  118. HITS THE WOODWORK

    Dynamo Kiev 0-0 Chelsea

    Willian, who played in Ukraine for Donetsk, has a low shot on target for Chelsea as Jose Mourinho's men continue to look dangerous.

    And then Eden Hazard rattles the post! Switched it on to his right foot, and bent a low shot against the frame of the goal. Lovely feet! 

  119. Post update

    Arsenal 0-0 Bayern Munich

    John Hartson

    BBC Radio 5 live at the Emirates Stadium

    "A great chance for Ozil, he gets a bit of luck with the tackle and Neuer makes a great save."

  120. GREAT SAVE!

    Arsenal 0-0 Bayern Munich

    Manuel Neuer saves

    Lovely football again from Arsenal. Alexis Sanchez drives at the defence, finds Mesut Ozil to his right, the German's shot is low and hard but Manuel Neuer extends his wrist to push it out. What a great save, and Theo Walcott can't connect. Very promising start from the hosts.

  121. Post update

    Arsenal 0-0 Bayern Munich

    Phil McNulty

    BBC Sport chief football writer

    Bayern Munich fans protest

    "The protesting Bayern fans are now filing in late as planned - to very warm applause from Arsenal fans all around The Emirates. As protests go, very effective."

  122. Popular protest

    Arsenal 0-0 Bayern Munich

    Worth noting that when the Bayern fans made their way to their seats after five minutes, they were widely applauded by supporters inside the ground.

  123. Post update

    Dynamo Kiev 0-0 Chelsea

    Strong start from Chelsea with Willian looking a threat down the right flank. Cesc Fabregas has his first shot of the night, low and easy for the keeper. 

  124. Post update

    Arsenal 0-0 Bayern Munich

    Lovely football! Santi Cazorla dissects the Bayern backline with a peach of a pass, right into the run of Hector Bellerin. Bellerin serves up a tap-in for Theo Walcott but the offside flag is raised. Great football. 

  125. Post update

    BATE 0-0 Barcelona

    Neymar is wearing gloves, Luis Suarez is clasping his hands together before kick off and blowing on them furiously. Barcelona have never played at BATE Borisov's new stadium. They now know it's cold.

    Barca have a win and a draw so far in their defence of the Champions League.

  126. KICK-OFF

    Dynamo Kiev 0-0 Chelsea

    Jose Mourinho and Serhiy Rebrov

    Under way in Ukraine too, where the temperature looks a lot colder than north London. 

  127. Post update

    Arsenal 0-0 Bayern Munich

    Phil McNulty

    BBC Sport chief football writer

    Arsenal

    "A large number of Bayern Munich fans are planning a late entrance tonight after about five minutes in protest at being asked £64 for a match ticket. And those inside have made their own feelings known."

  128. Post update

    Arsenal 0-0 Bayern Munich

    Twenty seconds! That's how long it takes Robert Lewandowski to skin Per Mertesacker and scuff a shot wide from 15 yards out. Goodness me!

  129. KICK-OFF

    Arsenal 0-0 Bayern Munich

    Arsene Wenger

    The Arsenal get us under way...

  130. 'Not worth a penny'

    Arsenal v Bayern Munich (19:45 BST)

    Hundrers of Bayern fans are missing the first five minutes tonight as they protest against the £64 ticket prices.

    Those who have made it in hold up a banner which reads 'football is not worth a penny without fans.'

  131. Get Involved

    What animal best represents your team?

  132. Post update

    Dynamo Kiev v Chelsea (19:45 BST)

    That is the biggest tunnel I've ever seen! You could play the whole game in the the tunnel. Anyway, here we go...

  133. Post update

    Arsenal v Bayern Munich (19:45 BST)

    Per Mertesacker holds court at the front of the teams in the tunnel, sharing a joke or two with his compatriots. You didn't get this from Gary Neville.

    Here they come!

  134. Operation: Yarmolenko

    Dynamo Kiev v Chelsea (19:45)

    Eden Hazard
    Quote Message: Kurt Zouma will play at right-back and Cesar Azpilicueta at left-back. Their best player is the right winger [Andriy Yarmolenko]. He's very tall, left footed and always going to the left side. from Jose Mourinho Chelsea manager
    Jose MourinhoChelsea manager
  135. Number nine dream

    Arsenal v Bayern Munich (19:45 BST)

    Only Cristiano Ronaldo (44 goals) and Lionel Messi (26) have scored more goals in the Champions League than Robert Lewandowski (25) since 2012-13.

  136. Samir's new top...

    Bright but controversial

    View more on instagram

    "New hair don't care," writes Samir Nasri.

    What are your thoughts? George Clooney gone wrong?

  137. Get Involved

    Which animal best represents your team?

    Send us your examples of which animal would best represent your team. Tweet #bbcfootball or text 81111.

  138. Post update

    Arsenal v Bayern Munich (19:45 BST)

    Just over 10 minutes to go at the Emirates, the fans are flocking in, the sprinklers are on, all set?

  139. Post update

    Probably the best two tweets we've ever received?

  140. Get Involved

    What animal would your team be?

    Wow. Steve, you've gone bold with this one.

    Thanks for painting the picture Eli. How small is the room?

    Send us your examples of which animal would best represent your team. Tweet #bbcfootball or text 81111. Or use the BBC MOTD Facebook page.

  141. This is England: 2015

    English participation dwindles

    Roy Hodgson

    How many English players do you think have played in the Champions League this season? Thirty? Forty? Fifty?

    Try 12. 

    It turns out Belarus and Croatia can claim to each be home to more Champions League players in 2015-16 than England.

    Perhaps unsurprisingly, Spain, with 59 players, leads the way. Brazil, with 53, is second.

    The 12? Kieran Gibbs, Ashley Young, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Theo Walcott, Chris Smalling, Raheem Sterling, Gary Cahill, Joe Hart, Wayne Rooney, Phil Jones, Ruben Loftus-Cheek, Luke Shaw.

  142. This means war

    Arsenal v Bayern Munich (19:45 BST)

    Bayern mean business? Manuel Neuer is apparently out for the "war-up"...

  143. Get Involved

    Just hanging around

    What animal are your team?

    A two-toed sloth
    SMS Message: A Sloth for Sunderland, can't be bothered but they'll just hang in there . from Jack
    Jack
  144. Youngest captain in Champions League history

    Porto v Maccabi Tel Aviv (19:45 BST)

    Ruben Neves

    Neves will face off against Maccabi Tel Aviv. His record as youngest captain takes more than two years off the previous low mark set by goalkeeper Igor Akinfeev.

  145. We like home comforts...

    Bayer Leverkusen v AS Roma (19:45 BST)

    Here's the type of record you want in your locker as you travel to Bayer Leverkusen and know defeat will really land you in trouble after three match days...

  146. Ballon d'Or

    Why is only one defender on the shortlist?

    Mark Lawrenson

    Former Liverpool defender on BBC Radio 5 live

    "Because there aren't many good defenders in European football in all honesty. Since Platini came in and tried to outlaw the tackle from behind, there's hardly even a tackle.

    "It's basically turning into basketball. Defenders are frightened to death now."

    Javier Mascherano is the only defender on the Ballon d'Or shortlist.

  147. Post update

    Arsenal v Bayern Munich (19:45 BST)

    Phil McNulty

    BBC Sport chief football writer

    Arsenal

    "Arsenal determined to whip up an atmosphere tonight. These have been placed on seats around The Emirates."

  148. Beware of Ozil

    Arsenal v Bayern Munich (19:45 BST)

    Muller and Ozil

    Thomas Muller says Bayern will keep a close eye on his international team-mate Mesut Ozil during tonight's fixture, singling the Arsenal playmaker out as a threat.

    "Mesut is very lively," says Muller. "His left foot is outstanding and he's always got a great eye for a pass to a team-mate. His style of play fits perfectly to Arsenal’s game. 

    "Mesut can hurt anyone, especially in London, where I see Arsenal as being a tick stronger than when they play away. We need to prevent Mesut from playing those dangerous passes in the final third."  

  149. Nothing to see here

    Dynamo Kiev v Chelsea (19:45 BST)

    Jose Mourinho

    Jose Mourinho is having great fun playing up to the cameras in Kiev's Olympic Stadium.

    Will he be able to look his team in the face at the final whistle?

    Dynamo Kiev are managed by former Tottenham Hotspur forward Sergei Rebrov, who has ex-Blackburn Rovers midfielder Radosav Petrovic on the substitutes bench.

    Jose Mourinho
    Image caption: What on earth is this all about?
  150. Get Involved

    What animal would your team be?

    We like this one Lewis, your reference to "irritating" and "disliked" is nice and creative but we think it's Bees and not Wasps who have a queen.

    So the question now that we've let you off is who would be Chelsea's queen? 

    Diego Costa

    Perhaps?

  151. 'The Machine'

    Arsenal v Bayern Munich (19:45 BST)

    Washing machine

    German football journalist Thomas Kunze of ARD Radio reveals the nicknames given to Robert Lewandowski to Mark Chapman and the team on BBC Radio 5 live.

    Kuntze says: "Right now he is the best striker on the planet. In the camp they call him 'Hercules' or 'The Machine.'"

    On the rumored summer departure of Bayern Munich boss Pep Guardiola he adds: "The question is, will they get a manager like Pep Guardiola? They would be very, very disappointed. He is able to change their system even in the game and that is something we have not seen much in Germany before. That would be a hard legacy I think."

  152. 'Hazard is phenomenal'

    Dynamo Kiev v Chelsea (19:45 BST)

    Chelsea

    Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho: "Eden Hazard is a phenomenal player and we want him back to his normal game. He can win the game for us.

    "Kurt Zouma will play right-back."

  153. Are Arsenal like Bayern?

    Tune in to 5 live for debate

    BBC Radio 5 Live

    Pep Guardiola and Arsene Wenger

    Are Arsenal the mirror image of Bayern Munich as a club? Fans? Success? Style?

    Football writer Andy Brassell believes the two sides are very much alike and will explain why on BBC Radio 5 live at around 1930 BST. Ex-Arsenal striker John Hartson is part of the commentary team and will air his views too.

    The pair join presenter Mark Chapman and commentator John Murray for a big night of coverage on 5 live, where you can listen to the game in full. And don't forget, you can call in and have your say after the match.

  154. Making sense...

    Dynamo Kiev v Chelsea (19:45 BST)

  155. Football League live

    It is not just in Europe where there is a busy night of action - there is a packed Football League programme as well.

    You can follow all the action from that on our Football League live text.

  156. 'Bayern are the best'

    Arsenal v Bayern Munich (19:45 BST)

    A smiling Arsene Wenger on BT Sport: "I believe that the urgency from us will be different. In Europe Bayern have the best side at the moment, they do not drop points.

    "Are Bayern the underdogs? No! They are vastly favourites but I know we can beat them. It is important for us to grow as a team that we can win this game. You never know how open it will be."

  157. Post update

    Who'd be a defender?

    BBC Radio 5 Live

    Ronaldinho

    So who gets your Ballon d'Or vote? And do you have a theory as to why there are so few defenders and goalkeepers on the shortlist?  Are there just not that many good ones?

    BBC Sport pundit Mark Lawrenson is on BBC Radio 5 live at around 19:20 BST to look at whether the art of defending is in the doldrums. 

  158. Best in the world?

    The shortlist for this year's Ballon d'Or was announced earlier on and it's no surprise that players from Barcelona, Real Madrid and Bayern dominate the list.

    Arsenal and Chelsea have one man each though - teams involved tonight are in bold below...

    Fifa Ballon d'Or shortlist: Sergio Aguero (Manchester City), Gareth Bale (Real Madrid), Karim Benzema (Real Madrid), Cristiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid), Kevin de Bruyne (Manchester City), Eden Hazard (Chelsea), Zlatan Ibrahimovic (Paris St-Germain), Andres Iniesta (Barcelona), Toni Kroos (Real Madrid), Robert Lewandowski (Bayern Munich), Javier Mascherano (Barcelona), Lionel Messi (Barcelona). 

    Javier Mascherano
    Image caption: Roy will be happy...

    Thomas Muller (Bayern Munich), Manuel Neuer (Bayern Munich), Neymar (Barcelona), Paul Pogba (Juventus), Ivan Rakitic (Barcelona), Arjen Robben (Bayern Munich), James Rodriguez (Real Madrid), Alexis Sanchez (Arsenal), Luis Suarez (Barcelona), Yaya Toure (Manchester City), Arturo Vidal (Bayern Munich).    

  159. Post update

    Arsenal v Bayern Munich (19:45 BST)

    Phil McNulty

    BBC Sport chief football writer

    Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger became uncharacteristically tetchy when it was suggested he had made a mistake leaving out Petr Cech for David Ospina against Olympiakos in their last group game here at The Emirates - only to see the Colombian drop a corner into his own net.

    For all his defensiveness, Wenger is clearly not risking similar accusations against Bayern Munich tonight. Cech is back for a game that Arsenal, even though various permutations for qualification for the knockout phase remain, cannot realistically afford to lose.

  160. Walcott gets the nod

    Arsenal v Bayern Munich (19:45 BST)

    John Hartson

    BBC Radio 5 live at the Emirates Stadium

    "He's gone with Theo Walcott who is really getting a run in that centre-forward role. People questioned could he do it. Was his finishing good enough? But he's shown, he is getting in behind. With his pace he will be a big threat for Arsenal tonight."

  161. Thumbs up

    Dynamo Kiev v Chelsea (19:45 BST)

    Jose Mourinho is looking confident in the dugout in Kiev's Olympic Stadium. The Chelsea boss has made three changes to the side that started the 2-0 victory over Aston Villa last weekend, with Eden Hazard, defender Gary Cahill and midfielder Nemanja Matic all returning. Making way are injured forward Pedro, midfielder Ruben Loftus-Cheek and defender Baba Rahman.

    Looking at Chelsea's team-sheet, it looks like Kurt Zouma will start at right-back.

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  162. Team news

    Arsenal v Bayern Munich (19:45 BST)

    Arsenal are unchanged from the side that beat Watford 3-0 on Saturday. That means Theo Walcott leads the attack once again, while Petr Cech is in goal. Fellow shotstopper David Ospina is out with a shoulder injury.

    Arsenal XI: Cech, Bellerín, Mertesacker, Koscielny, Monreal, Coquelin, Cazorla, Ramsey, Ozil, Sanchez, Walcott. Subs: Debuchy, Gibbs, Arteta, Giroud, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Chambers, Macey

    One change for Bayern Munich from the team that beat Werder Bremen 1-0 at the weekend, with Douglas Costa coming in and Rafinha dropping to the bench.

    Bayern Munich XI: Neuer, Thiago, Alonso, Boateng Lahm, Bernat, Alaba, Vidal, Muller, Costa,  Lewandowski. Subs: Ulreich, Martinez, Rafinha, Kirchhoff, Coman, Kimmich, Gaudino

  163. Get Involved

    Fight like animals

    Pep Guardiola expects Arsenal to 'have the mentality of an animal' tonight as they fight for their Champions League lives.

    But what animal best represents your side, and why?

    Rockhopper penguin
    Image caption: Northampton Town are the Rockhopper penguins of the sporting world. Overshadowed by bigger, noisier and more successful neighbours, under the radar and facing a potential extinction...

    Does your team have the spine of a jellyfish? The strut of a peacock? The charisma of a koala? The financial clout of a koi carp?

    Let us know. Text in on 81111 (UK Only - with your name on it) or tweet us at #bbcfootball.

    If you have any pictures to illustrate your point, all the better. You cannot have enough pictures of animals in my book...

  164. Animals!

    Arsenal v Bayern Munich (19:45 BST)

    Bayern Munich coach Pep Guardiola has told his side to expect Arsenal to fight like animals as they look to revive their Champions League campaign.

    The Gunners lost their first two group games to Dinamo Zagreb and Olympiakos.

    Guardiola said: "I can imagine my team with zero points and playing in Germany against Arsenal.

    "I can imagine the mentality of my team - we would be an animal because it is our last chance, you give everything, and that will happen with Arsenal."

  165. Prang!

    Arsenal v Bayern Munich (19:45 BST)

    Not easy to park, those buses. Don't expect Bayern to try out on the pitch...

  166. No room for error

    Valencia v Gent, Zenit v Lyon

    Hein Vanhaezebrouck

    Gent know defeat in Valencia tonight will leave them five points adrift of the qualification places with just three games to play.

     "We know it will be pretty difficult but nothing is impossible," says head coach Hein Vanhaezebrouck (pictured).

    Lyon, in the same group, face a similarly bleak scenario if they are beaten by group-leaders Zenit in Russia. Defeat would leave the French club a minimum of four points behind the second automatic qualification place.

  167. How much?!

    Arsenal v Bayern Munich (19:45 BST)

    A Bayern Munich fans' group is planning a protest tonight over the cost of the Gunners' away tickets.

    FC Bayern Worldwide says it will not enter the Emirates for the first five minutes of the match because of the "excessive" £64 ticket price. They're still going, just missing (maybe) a goal or two.

    That'll teach 'em...

  168. Team News

    Arsenal v Bayern Munich (19:45 BST)

    Arsenal

    Arsenal are unchanged from the side which beat Watford 3-0 at the weekend.

  169. Enrique to trouble Rome

    BATE v Barcelona

    Neymar

    Luis Enrique could play his part in heaping the pressure on former club Roma tonight.

    If his Barcelona side beat newly crowned Belarusian champions BATE Borisov and Roma are beaten at Bayer Leverkusen, it will leave the Italians bottom of the group and on the brink of exit with two games to play.

    BATE are without ex-Barca man Aleksandr Hleb due to injury, while Lionel Messi and Andres Iniesta remain sidelined for the Catalan club.

    Did you know? BATE have won their domestic league for 10 seasons in a row.

  170. 'They've got to go forward'

    Arsenal v Bayern Munich (19:45 BST)

    BBC Radio 5 Live

    Former Arsenal manager George Graham is perplexed at the club's displays in the Champions League this season and questions whether Arsene Wenger's side have taken the competition seriously.

    Graham tells BBC Radio 5 live he was confused by their display against Olympiakos just days before the Gunners hammered Manchester United in the Premier League.

    He adds: “It all depends what Arsenal turn up tonight, the onus is on them now without question, they know they’re playing one of the best teams if not the best team in Europe so they’ve got to be up for the game like they were a couple of weeks ago against Manchester United and they’ve got to be very very positive, they’ve got to go forward.

    “I think actually they may be in a better situation just now because they’re not expected to win.”

  171. Get Involved

    Arsenal v Bayern Munich (19:45 BST)

    We particularly liked this tweet at BBC Sport towers. Please get in touch with us on #bbcfootball or by sending a text to 81111.

  172. Not you again...

    Arsenal v Bayern Munich (19:45 BST)

    Bayern have won on their last two visits to Arsenal, with Toni Kroos and Thomas Muller giving them a 2-0 win in 2014.

    Muller also bagged in the previous season as Bayern won 3-1 at the Emirates. In fact, Arsenal have won only one of their four home games against Bayern.