Bayern Munich vs Tottenham LIVE: Latest score, goals and updates from Champions League tonight

Bayern Munich host Tottenham Hotspur in the Uefa Champions League tonight.

Both teams have already secured the passage to the last-16 with top spot already wrapped up by the Bundesliga champions.

But Spurs will be out for revenge after Bayern infamously ran out 7-2 winners the last time the two met earlier in the group stage. Follow live coverage below:

Bayern Munich 3 – 1 Tottenham


69 mins: Tottenham break quickly with Sessegnon who manages to give the ball to Eriksen. Eriksen passes the ball into the box for Son, who doesn’t shoot. Davies manages to get back and tackle Son, ending Spurs’ best chance of the half. 

Bayern Munich 3 – 1 Tottenham


66 mins: Jose Mourinho makes two changes. Son comes on for Lucas Moura and Skipp replaces Lo Celso. Can Spurs get back into the game?


Bayern Munich 3 – 1 Tottenham – Coutinho


64 mins: GOAL! That goal felt inevitable. Coutinho as determined to get on the scoresheet. Tottenham allow Coutinho to move the ball onto his right foot and he shoots from the edge of the box finding the bottom right hand corner.

Bayern Munich 2 – 1 Tottenham


60 mins: Spurs are pressing higher now, putting some pressure on the Bayern defenders when they have the ball. Bayern break into the now open space and Coutinho has another shot saved by Gazzaniga. 

Bayern Munich 2 – 1 Tottenham


57 mins: Sessegnon takes a knock to the face and his nose starts bleeding. He’s currently running around the pitch with a tissue dangling from his left nostril.


Bayern Munich win a free kick and Coutinho takes it this time from the left side of the pitch. He goes for goal and the shot hits the top of the net.

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Bayern Munich 2 – 1 Tottenham


54 mins: Good awareness from Neuer as he comes flying off his line to smother the ball before Sessegnon can get to it after it is helped into the box by Martinez.

Bayern Munich 2 – 1 Tottenham


51 mins: Coutinho strikes another shot from outside the box. He hits it sweetly and Gazzaniga watches the ball to whole way into his hands. 

Bayern Munich 2 – 1 Tottenham


48 mins: Bayern look like they’ll score more goals. Perisic in particular is threatening out on the left wing. He puts a ball into the box but Gazzaniga catches it. 


Bayern then come again down the left and win a corner. Kimmich sends the balls swinging into the box, Foyth heads it out with Sessegnon booting down the other side of the pitch. 

Bayern Munich 2 – 1 Tottenham


Second half: No changes from either manager at half time as Tottenham restart the match. They try to work the ball down the right hand side but lose possession. 


Bayern Munich 2 – 1 Tottenham


45+2 mins: Coutinho hits one from range and the ball swerves towards the near post. Gazzaniga wrong foots himself but manages to recover to tip the ball onto the crossbar. 


Bayern lead at half time.


Bayern Munich 2 – 1 Tottenham – Muller


45 mins: GOAL! Gnabry plays a lovely one-two with Thiago to get into the box. He slots a pass into the box but the ball is deflected to Davies. He shoots and hits the post, the ball rebounds and Muller reacts first to put the ball into the back of the net.

Bayern Munich 1 – 1 Tottenham


42 mins: The Bayern Munich fans are making it perfectly clear that they’re not happy with how long it’s taking Gazzaniga to restart the game when he’s taking goal kicks. The referee agrees with them and tells him to hurry up. 



Bayern Munich 1 – 1 Tottenham


39 mins: So, so close! A ball is dinked over the top of Danny Rose and Gnabry brings the ball down and shoots. The shot hits the far post bounces back into the six yard box where it’s met by Thiago who puts it wide of the goal.

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Bayern Munich 1 – 1 Tottenham


36 mins: Kimmich is shown the yellow card for a body check on Lo Celso who was retreating from a tackle. Lo Celso gets in the face of a bunch of Bayern players and argues with the referee so he too is put in the book. 

Bayern Munich 1 – 1 Tottenham


33 mins: Bayern Munich win a free kick of their own to the left of Spurs’ penalty area. It’s played into the box, headed away and sent back in before Gazzaniga takes hold of the ball. 


That was awful. Eriksen plays a ball over the top and Sissoko picks up the ball. He runs into the box with Sessegnon and Moura joining him. I think Sissoko is trying to find Sessegnon but his cross is so bad that it goes straight out of play and Spurs waste a great chance to go in front.

Bayern Munich 1 – 1 Tottenham


30 mins: Perisic picks up the ball on the left wing. Walker-Peters holds off and allows him to get a cross into the box. Muller has made the run but the ball bounces up and hits him on the hand. Tottenham get the free kick.




Bayern Munich 1 – 1 Tottenham


27 mins: Coman chases a ball that comes down the left wing, as he stretches to keep the ball in play he jars his left knee upon contact with the turf. Coman goes down immediately and is seen to by the medical staff. That looks like a bad injury.


Coman is taken off with Thomas Muller replacing him. That’s not a bad change is it. 


Bayern Munich 1 – 1 Tottenham


24 mins: The left hand side where Sessegnon is operating in is wide open and he’ll have success there all night if Bayern don’t correct it. Tottenham equalise with their first real attack. 

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Bayern send a ball into the box from the right and Perisic rises above everyone, wins the header but puts the ball wide of goal. 


Bayern Munich 1 – 1 Tottenham – Sessegnon


20 mins: GOAL! Lo Celso and Dier work the ball between them on the right wing before Lo Celso brings it into the middle. He tries to play in Lucas Moura but the ball is deflected out to the left side of the box where Sessegnon picks it up. He smashes it at the Bayern goal giving Neuer no chance to stop it and the ball thunders into the back of the net. Spurs are level.

Bayern Munich 1 – 0 Tottenham


18 mins: Bayern Munich are pressing high up the pitch. They’re winning the ball back quickly and are sustaining their attacks. Spurs need a spell of possession.



Match preview

When is the match?

The match takes place on Wednesday December 11 with kick-off at 8pm in the UK.

What TV channel is it on?

The match will be broadcast on BT Sport 2.

It can also be streamed live by subscribers for free via the BT Sport website.

What’s the team news?

Hugo Lloris and Ben Davies are long-term absentees for Tottenham with Harry Winks and Tanguy Ndombele doubtful. Harry Kane could also be rested with Spurs’ progression to the last-16 already secure.

Corentin Tolisso and Jerome Boateng are both expected to be passed fit for the hosts.

Predicted XIs

Bayern Munich: Ulreich; Pavard, Boateng, Martinez, Davies; Kimmich, Tolisso, Coutinho; Coman, Gnabry, Lewandowski

Tottenham: Gazzaniga; Walker-Peters, Foyth, Tanganga, Rose; Skipp, Dier, Eriksen; Lucas, Sessegnon, Parrott

Who’s going to win?

Bayern Munich: 1/3

Draw: 9/2

Tottenham: 13/2


It’s a big test for Tottenham’s youngsters and while youthful exuberance may give them an outside chance of getting a result on the road Bayern’s extra experience at this level should prove enough. Bayern 3-1 Spurs


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