Bayern Munich came from a goal down to beat Copenhagen 2-1 in their second Champions League match, MySportDab reports.
It was a difficult tie for Bayern Munich than expected as the Danish champions proved a tough nut to crack from start.
After a dramatic opening win over Manchester United at Allianz Arena, Bayern Munich were favourites to hold off the Danish side and secure their second consecutive Champions League win.
But it tuned out to be a difficult game as the home side gave the Bundesliga champions tough run in the game.
Bayern Munich dominated proceedings from the start and were threatening with their pacy attacks but most chances were squandered and nothing happened to break the goal deadlock.
FC Copenhagen were on the defensive throughout the game while trying to upset the German defense through quick counters when winning possession.
Both sides settled for a goalless after the first half break with Bayern Munich being the better with more chances.
In the second half, Bayern Munich continued to dominate proceedings but could not curtailed Copenhagen’s deadly counter attacks and multiple attempts.
In the 55th minute the home side took a surprise lead against the run of play with Lerage putting the home side ahead.
Bayern Munich ramped up attempts to find an equaliser and finally got it in the 67th minute thanks to Musiala’s goal.
Late in the second half, Tel completed the turnaround for the away side as he scored to hand the Bundesliga giants their second Champions League.