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Summary

  1. Neuer fails to deal with floated free-kick
  2. Ozil with close-range strike in injury-time
  3. FT: Dynamo Kiev 0-0 Chelsea (19:45 BST)
  4. Chelsea hit woodwork twice
  5. Chelsea remain third in Group G

Live Reporting

By Tom Rostance

All times stated are UK

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Arsenal face Everton on Saturday evening and can go top of the Premier League! What an end to the week that would/could be for the Gunners.

That's all from us folks - see you tomorrow!

Wednesday's action

What's on the Champions League menu for Wednesday night then?

Well, Manchester City host Sevilla and Manchester United are in Moscow to take on CSKA.

There is also the small matter of PSG v Real Madrid...

Another fine mess?

Dynamo Kiev 0-0 Chelsea

Asked if he thinks he'll be fined for his comments (Ref "weak & naïve "), Mourinho shrugs, big grin: "Ok, it was not a penalty" #bbcfootball

'Basically, I played well'

Arsenal 2-0 Bayern Munich

Bayern Munich goalkeeper Manuel Neuer: "Basically, I played well. But it was my big mistake that led to Arsenal’s first goal. I think, a draw would have been a more appropriate result."

Dynamo Kiev 0-0 Chelsea

Mourinho compares ref Damir Skomina to Craig Joubert. "One mistake cost Scotland at the rugby. Here one mistake cost Chelsea." #BBCFootball

Jose Mourinho really knows how to stay out of the headlines doesn't he?

What's next?

Arsenal's next Champions League game sees them travel to Munich on 4 November, and on the same evening Chelsea host Dynamo Kiev.

'I'm so so proud'

Arsenal 2-0 Bayern Munich

Pep Guardiola
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Bayern Munich manager Pep Guardiola: "We played to control the game and create chances. I am so, so proud of how we played.

"We played with huge personality. We came here to close our qualification and we could not do that so we now have to go to the next game. Both keepers are amazing. It was a funny game but it's ok."

'Two world-class keepers'

Arsenal 2-0 Bayern Munich

Arsene Wenger looks delighted
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Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger: "It was a game of top quality. We played with disciplined intensity. Both keepers made great saves.

"Petr Cech was a key figure. He was intelligent, everything is classy. There were two world class goalkeepers out there tonight."

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Arsenal, don't get carried away. A loss in Munich + Olympiakos win means it would be very hard to qualify. Damage already done #bbcfootball

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Arsenal do what others couldn't

Arsenal 2-0 Bayern Munich

1 - It is the first time in the current season that Bayern failed to score (all comps). Cech.#ARSFCB

Arsenal 2-0 Bayern Munich

We have not heard from Arsene Wenger yet - I shall bring you his reaction as and when we get it...

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That was beautiful. I have tears in my eyes. A determined, solid and honest performance. Even if we still don't get out of the group, I will remember that for a long time. So proud of Arsenal.

James, Norfolk

Brilliant Arsenal ? Lets face it outclassed and a rather dubious goal gave them a victory that they barely deserved. Let's not get too excited - they got lucky, it happens - ask Chelsea.

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Dynamo Kiev 0-0 Chelsea

Jose Mourinho reacts
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Jose Mourinho is not happy that his side were not given a penalty when Cesc Fabregas went down under a challenge. My first thoughts were that it looked like a spot-kick...

'Referee was weak and naive'

Dynamo Kiev 0-0 Chelsea

Jose Mourinho
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The referee was weak and naive with the penalty. I cannot understand what the referee behind the goal does because he doesn't make a clear decision too. I see progress. We hit the post twice, had a good solid defensive performance against dangerous team. To lose this game would have been bad for us."

Jose MourinhoChelsea manager

Dynamo Kiev 0-0 Chelsea

You'll never guess what Jose Mourinho has said tonight...

FOOTBALL LEAGUE

Will we be seeing Brighton in the Premier League next season?Bobby Zamora hit a late winner to give the Seagulls a four-point lead at the top of the Championship.

Read all of the results and reaction here.

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Arsenal 2-0 Bayern Munich

Could that win have cost Arsenal the Premiership by keeping their champions league hopes alive?#BBCFootball

'We have to thank Cech!'

Arsenal 2-0 Bayern Munich

Olivier Giroud
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Arsenal striker Olivier Giroud on BT Sport: "We did well until the goal and defended really well. Bayern Munich will have the ball, they are very good in possession and they finish with 70% of the ball. They dominate the game but we knew that and we were able to finish it off.

"We needed this win to stay in the Champions League and try to qualify for the next stage. We have to think Petr Cech too - he had a fantastic game."

Euro round-up

Gunners with work to do...

Olympiakos
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Olympiakos have held on to win 1-0 in Zagreb and sit second in Arsenal's group, level on points with Bayern Munich and three points ahead of the Gunners.

The goals have finally stopped in Germany, where Roma and Bayer Leverkusen drew 4-4 in a breathless contest.

Valencia and Zenit both won in Group H and look well positioned, while the holders Barcelona cruised to a 2-0 win away at BATE - Ivan Rakitic hit both. 

Group G

Dynamo Kiev 0-0 Chelsea

Chelsea are third in Group G after three games, they have four points and leaders Porto have seven. 

Arsenal 2-0 Bayern Munich

Hector Bellerin may well be he fastest player in the Premier League. Just before the second goal he put in a phenomenal 45-yard sprint to keep a dead ball alive and win a corner.

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Arsenal 2-0 Bayern Munich

Bellerin wow wow wow. That burst of pace in injury time was sublime. Fully deserved 3 points for the Gunners. #BBCFootball

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Arsenal 2-0 Bayern Munich

Fair play to Arsenal hopefully Wenger gets a bit of credit, the arrogant, miserable one who called him a specialist was right #bbcfootball

Arsenal 2-0 Bayern Munich

Manuel Neuer looks dejected
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Well, well, well! Arsenal remain bottom of Group F but their campaign is up and running. In the first half it looked like Bayern were dominant - but even then Manuel Neuer made a fantastic save to deny Theo Walcott. 

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Arsenal 2-0 Bayern Munich

I am stunned. Incredible performance from Arsenal. WOW #bbcfootball #AFCvBAY

'Goals win games'

Arsenal 2-0 Bayern Munich

John Hartson

BBC Radio 5 live at the Emirates Stadium

"Absolutely brilliant by Bellerin. He uses his pace, hooks it across and yes it's Ozil and over the line. I can't believe they've beaten Bayern with all the possession Bayern have had. Goals win games.

"A massive result tonight. Arsenal needed a result and three points. They are firmly back in the group and it keeps the momentum going. On Saturday they can go top of the Premier League. They had to defend for their lives but what a win for Arsenal."

FULL-TIME

Dynamo Kiev 0-0 Chelsea

Jose Mourinho shakes hands at full-time
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FULL-TIME

Arsenal 2-0 Bayern Munich

Petr Cech
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A big win!

GOAL - Arsenal 2-0 Bayern Munich

Mesut Ozil (90 mins)

Mesut Ozil scores
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Brilliant from Hector Bellerin! He cuts out a loose pass, drives on at real pace and then picks out Mesut Ozil six yards out. Ozil sees his shot clawed out by the brilliant Manuel Neuer but after Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain puts the rebound over the assistant behind the goal signals that the German's effort was in.

It was too. A good yard over the line!

Arsenal 1-0 Bayern Munich

Almost sensational stuff! Robert Lewandowski turns Laurent Koscielny on the edge of the box, he gets inside the area and looks to pull the trigger but Koscielny does brilliantly to deflect it away...

INJURY TIME

Arsenal 1-0 Bayern Munich

FOUR MINUTES added on. Douglas Costa loses the ball and Mesut Ozil carries the ball 65 yards up the pitch, He can't find a fellow red shirt but he takes it away from danger...

Euro goals...

Zenit 3-1 Lyon

Villas-Boas
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Who are the only side in the Champions League with nine points from a possible nine?

Yep, Andre Villa-Boas is smiling. His Zenit side lead Lyon 3-1. All but into the last eight.

Arsenal 1-0 Bayern Munich

Petr Cech easily behind Thiago's rising strike from 20 yards to hang on to it. Arsenal inching towards a big Champions League win...

Euro goals

Leverkusen 4-4 Roma

Admir Mehmedi celebrates
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What a game in Leverkusen. The two sides have now shared 30 shots and Roma -  two down at one point - have now blown their own two goal lead. Quick-fire goals from Kevin Kampl and Admir Mehmedi have pulled Leverkusen level. So Roma are not going to get that elusive away win in the Champions League. 

Make no mistake, this would be hugely damaging for the Italian side. They'd be bottom of their group on two points.

Arsenal 1-0 Bayern Munich

Arsenal have everyone back but they are containing the Bayern threat well. Famous last words. THREE MINUTES left.

Elsewhere in Group F Olympiakos are beating Dinamo Zagreb and will join Bayern on six points as it stands. 

Dynamo Kiev 0-0 Chelsea

Seven minutes left in Kiev. Jose Mourinho said before the game that he wants four points from two games against Dynamo. He is close to the first leg of that. 

Arsenal 1-0 Bayern Munich

Phil McNulty

BBC Sport chief football writer

"Now Arsenal have something to hang on to. And if they do their Champions League ambitions will really be revived. How can they play like this against Bayern and be so wretched against Monaco and Olympiakos?"

Arsenal 1-0 Bayern Munich

A few of you have let me know that there was an element of handball about that Olivier Giroud goal - and I can see it on second viewing. Giroud headed the ball against his own hand - he knew nothing about it.

Giroud has a chance again but heads it straight at Manuel Neuer. Neuer then runs into the Frenchman - who is booked for blocking him off.