Bayern Munich managed to keep their unbeaten run in the UEFA Champions League intact despite
fielding a team full of young players against Atletico Madrid.
The Los Colchoneros were perhaps the favorites at the Wanda Metropolitano Stadium when the teams
They dominated a majority of the game before the Bavarians managed to draw level late in the second half.
Atletico went into Tuesday’s Champions League clash with holders Bayern knowing that victory would be
enough to secure second place in Group A.
Joao Felix gave Atletico the lead with his eighth goal in 14 appearances this term, but the hosts could not
score from any of their other 12 attempts, of which only three were on target.
Bayern Munich was a lot more proactive in the second half and managed to stay in the game, bringing on the
quality off the bench late in the game to equalize. A smart move by the holders resulted in Thomas Muller
getting fouled in the box, and the German dispatched his penalty with authority to earn a point from the game.