9.48 p.m. mean Greenwich Mean Time21:48

90 + 1 min: We are in the first of four additional minutes. The pace of this game is now a creep.





9.47 p.m. mean Greenwich Mean Time21:47

90 min: At some point they will. It’s Choupo-Moting and Sarr for Sane and Musiala.





9.46 p.m. mean Greenwich Mean Time21:46

89 min: Now it’s Bayern Keepball. Will your two waiting substitutes progress?





9.44 p.m. mean Greenwich Mean Time21:44

87 min: Lazio look a bit leggy now but they hold the possession for a while without taking a chance.





9.43 p.m. mean Greenwich Mean Time21:43

86 min: Bayern gave a lot of gas in the last half hour.





9:39 pm mean Greenwich Mean Time21:39

82 min: Luis Alberto, who was useful at times, is replaced by Akpa Akpro. The calm Milinkovic-Savic comes and goes Cataldi, who immediately turns a corner and sees Acerbi head wide at the nearby post.

Updated at 9:39 PM GMT





9:38 p.m. mean Greenwich Mean Time21:38

80 min: Reina saves well from a Lewandowski shot in the corner after the striker killed a ball from the sky, although it was the goalkeeper’s poor clearance that set the order on the move.





9:35 p.m. mean Greenwich Mean Time21:35

78 min: A Correa shot is widely deflected. Lazio has never thrown in the towel here. The corner of Luis Alberto is led by Hoedt far.





9:34 p.m. mean Greenwich Mean Time21:34

77 min: David Hindle lit the blue touchpaper. Here is Alexander Chesneau – –

“I fully agree with David Hindle’s point of view. As a Lyon fan who had only seen Bayern in the semi-finals, I was not impressed. Gnabry’s talent put Bayern in control and, to be honest, they handled the draw well, but up until that point they had done nothing and looked incredibly shaky on the back. Then the final was an even game with two Coman runs (the goal and a big chance just before it if the memory serves) made all the difference. They’re certainly one of the top teams in Europe, but there is no way they look any better. While the rest include a self-destructive Barça, a Real Going Now, a stuttering Juve, a tired Liverpooler and a team led by Pep ‘Guardiola’, maybe just being good is enough to be a top contender . ”





9:32 p.m. mean Greenwich Mean Time21:32

75 min: Another yellow Coman with an irritated late boat on Marusic. Everything is a bit scratchy and wobbly now. Bayern immediately replace Coman with Hernandez.





9:31 pm mean Greenwich Mean Time21:31

7th4 min: Chelsea scored a big goal against Atletico – it’s Olivier Giroud with an overhead kick and a 1-0 away lead.





9.30 p.m. mean Greenwich Mean Time21:30

72 min: Kimmich is the youngest player to receive the yellow card after Davies was judged harshly for fouling Lazzari on Bayern’s right. The set piece comes for free.





9:29 p.m. mean Greenwich Mean Time21:29

71 min: Not this time. The wall does its job and Sane’s canons behind it. Bayern continue to put pressure on the corner but can’t let it count.





9:27 p.m. mean Greenwich Mean Time21:27

69 min: Escalanta is rightly booked for a pretty dirty foul when Lewandowski runs through the middle. Real chance from * that * free kick, sure. It’s 25 meters away.





9.25 p.m. mean Greenwich Mean Time21:25

68 min: Davies puts it back to catch Lazzari and take a corner. Can Lazio make this look interesting? Nooooo.





9:23 p.m. mean Greenwich Mean Time21:23

66 min: Marusic is booked for a more cynical nudge on Coman when the striker bursts towards the box. It’s a promising free-kick position but Alaba whips it far.





9:21 pm mean Greenwich Mean Time21:21

64 min: Immobile takes a snapshot, but Neuer sticks to it. Then Bayern spray the ball around a little. It was fun but I wish Lazio had come out so lively in the first half. They seemed to have stage fright.





9.20 p.m. mean Greenwich Mean Time21:20

63 min: A Bavaria submarine. Goretzka is off; Martinez comes up. Legs need to be saved.





9:19 p.m. mean Greenwich Mean Time21:19

62 min: David Hindle has exactly what the final stages of this game could need – a provocative topic of conversation …

“Am I the only one who flattered Bayern’s results in the somewhat strange bubble phase of the CL last year in order to deceive? Indeed, the 3-0 win against Lyon was a farce. They could (should) have been down 2 or 3 in the first 20 minutes and had been given an absolute hiding place. But complete ineptitude in front of the gate sabotaged the French. In this sense, the final was actually a fairer result. It was close, although what money would such sitters be missing this year? Bayern will find out. My Liverpool money to make the discovery. “





9:17 p.m. mean Greenwich Mean Time21:17

60 min: Bayern did not respond to Correa’s goal with a few more goals. I have no idea what’s wrong with them.





9.15 p.m. mean Greenwich Mean Time21:15

58 min: Yellow card for Correa after giving Boateng a painful card.





9:14 p.m. mean Greenwich Mean Time21:14

56 min: Boateng has to make a block to prevent Immobile from getting a shot after passing through. Lazio plays with some faith – but too late in the day!





9:11 p.m. mean Greenwich Mean Time21:11

54 min: Leiva comes out and Escalante comes in; Patric gets out and Southampton borrower Hoedt joins us.

Updated at 9:11 p.m. GMT





9.10 p.m. mean Greenwich Mean Time21:10

53 min: Neuer has to paw away a curler from Luis Alberto. Indeed.





9.10 p.m. mean Greenwich Mean Time21:10

52 min: What a strange soccer game. This goal certainly has no influence on the draw, as Bayern have three goals ahead and four away goals. But it brings up Lazios tails a little. Good finish, but Bayern defended very weakly.





9:07 p.m. mean Greenwich Mean Time21:07

Goal! Latium 1-4 Bavaria (Correa, 49)

They are not that terrible to attack! Luis Alberto transforms into space and sets up Correa, who overcomes some non-existent Bayern challenges and plays cool!





9:05 p.m. mean Greenwich Mean Time21:05

Goal! Latium 0-4 Bavaria (Acerbi og, 47)

Uh-huh. Sane breaks out of the corner and runs the length of Napoli’s half. His center is destined for Davies until Acerbi runs into the ball in some sort of Sunday League fashion and squirts it into his own net.





9:03 p.m. mean Greenwich Mean Time21:03

Peeeeep! The second half has started

Lazio immediately wins a corner. Make a game out of it?





8:55 p.m. mean Greenwich Mean Time20:55

This half of Lazio and Bavaria? Mainly men versus boys. Lewandowski met after an absolute gift from Musacchio; Musiala ended brilliantly; Sane typed in after a good job from Coman. Lazio don’t look terrible up front and should have received a penalty – but they’re so vulnerable at the back.

Updated at 8:56 p.m. GMT





8:48 p.m. mean Greenwich Mean Time20:48

Half time: Lazio 0-3 Bayern

Dear oh dear Bavaria so well and so controlled. You could end this tie now.





8.45 p.m. mean Greenwich Mean Time8:45 pm

44 min: Lazio deserve a corner but can’t answer and their job now looks hopeless.





8.45 p.m. mean Greenwich Mean Time8:45 pm

Goal! Latium 0-3 Bavaria (healthy, 42)

After another Lazio mistake, Coman grazes to the left like lightning. He turns back and forth, Reina parries his shot and Sane taps the ricochet. Sure we’re done, not a quarter of the way through that tie.


Bayern Munich’s Leroy Sane scores the third goal. Photo: Alberto Lingria / Reuters

Updated at 9:07 p.m. GMT





8.44 p.m. mean Greenwich Mean Time20:44

42 min: Lulic made a difference and can’t quite spot Luis Alberto in the box when he’s well placed. So what happens next …





8.42 p.m. mean Greenwich Mean Time20:42

40 min: Oh, they almost made the goal after Lulic kept the ball alive and knocked Immobile off for a shot that deflected far! That was purposeful. Neuer knocks away the corner under his bar.





8.40 p.m. mean Greenwich Mean Time20:40

39 min: It’s still hard to find much hope for Lazio. You really need to score the next goal in this tie, but you don’t look like it at all. You look trapped between the poles.





8:38 p.m. mean Greenwich Mean Time20:38

37 min: Lazio got a pop out of reach – didn’t see who – but it’s several rugby goals up.