Casemiro managed to make it 3-2 before substitute Mathys Tel thumped a 18-4 into the roof of the net in added time five minutes after entering the pitch and was able to get the Oktoberfest that kicked off last weekend. Not even Casemiro's header goal in the 2th minute for 95-4 could change that.
Four lucky minutes after around half an hour of play became the Germans' happiness. Leroy Sané pulled away a shot that United goalkeeper André Onana fumbled in for 1-0, a board.
Then Jamal Musiala made his way forcefully on the left wing and played the ball in to Serge Gnabry who found the right wing for 2-0.
Danish debutant scorer for United
At the start of the second half, United were reduced to 2-1 after a goal by 20-year-old Dane Rasmus Hojlund, who has only played two Premier League games and became the top scorer in his Champions League debut. This after great collaboration with Marcus Rashford. However, the hope of threatening in earnest came away fairly quickly.
Swedish referee allowed VAR review
However, Bayern almost immediately advanced to 3-1 after a penalty goal by Tottenham icon Harry Kane, his fifth goal in his fifth start for Bayern and his 22nd CL goal overall. Kane became the first Englishman to score for Bayern in the Champions League.
Swedish referee Glenn Nyberg ran out for VAR review and could see that Christian Eriksen held his arm too far from his body and awarded the penalty. Soon after, Sané had a shot in the post and came close to definitively punctuating the match.
It was the first time since December 1978 that Man United had conceded three goals in three straight games.