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  1. Chelsea beaten 3-2 by Bayern Munich in Singapore
  2. Rafinha opens the scoring and Muller adds two before the break
  3. Marcos Alonso and Michy Batshuayi respond for Chelsea
  4. Britain's Adam Peaty breaks his own 50m breaststroke world record in Budapest
  5. Latest football transfer news and gossip
  6. Get involved: #bbcsportsday

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By Caroline Chapman and Saj Chowdhury

All times stated are UK

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  1. Post update

    Right. That is that.

    Thanks for joining us today - we will be back tomorrow.

  2. Full-time

    Chelsea 2-3 Bayern Munich

    The Blues fought from 3-0 down to... well... lose 3-2.

    Thomas Muller for Bayern and Alonso for Chelsea scored two crackers.

    A lot of energy was spent out in the humid conditions inside Singapore's National Stadium.

    What will the players do tonight? The thought on nobody's lips.

  3. Michu/Michy apologies

    Chelsea 2-3 Bayern Munich

    I wrote Michu instead of Michy below, but that's been changed.

    It's because Michu said goodbye to football, and I think I'm still emotionally drained after reading farewell his message.

  4. GOAL - Chelsea 2-3 Bayern Munich

    Michy Batshuayi (84 mins)

    A cross from the left and Belgian forward Michy Batshuayi taps in from about six yards.

    His team-mate and Chelsea debutant Alvaro Morata might have done enough at the front post to distract the Bayern defence. So that's a small tick for the Spaniard.

  5. Maradona: VAR would have ruled out England '66 goal

    Image caption: "Yeah... the handball... I see your point... but Shilts should have got his hand to the ball first"

    Diego Maradona - the world's greatest footballer, in the eyes of some - has supported the introduction of VAR (Video Assistant Referee) and says that Geoff Hurst's extra-time goal in the 1966 World Cup final might have been ruled out by the technology.

    The Argentine, who famously used his hand to score against England in the 1986 World Cup quarter-final, told Fifa: "It’s not just my goal in ‘86 that wouldn’t have counted.

    "Let’s not forget that England won the World Cup in ‘66 with a shot that didn’t go over the line. Then it happened to them in 2010, when (Frank) Lampard’s shot crossed the line against Germany but wasn’t given."

  6. Luiz shot hits post

    Chelsea 1-3 Bayern Munich

    David Luiz's 18-yard trundler takes a slight deflection en route to hitting Bayern's left-hand stick.

    The German champions look a bit leggy.

    Drinks break - it's very humid in Singapore.

  7. And it's Rodriguezzzzzzzz......

    Chelsea 1-3 Bayern Munich

    ....with another miss and then another.

    First - a low angled drive from 16 yards-ish that drifts past Thibaut Courtois' left-hand upright.

    The second is a low strike - a tad bit more central and 12 yards out - which is saved low by the big Belgian. That was a good stop.

  8. Morata makes his Chelsea debut

    Chelsea 1-3 Bayern Munich


    Chelsea's new recruit Alvaro Morata comes on to make his first appearance in a Blues shirt.

    And David Luiz also makes an appearance... which is nice.

  9. Rodriguez effort blocked

    Chelsea 1-3 Bayern Munich

    Poor James Rodriguez. The kind of guy who tries to open a tin of beans with a key, but the key snaps off.

    Anyway, he's fed in by Franck Ribery - after the Frenchman surged down the middle - but sees his sidefoot effort from four yards blocked by skipper Gary Cahill.

    It was a decent foot-in, tbh.

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    Chelsea 1-3 Bayern Munich

    Franck Ribery goes for 'the spectacular' from 18 yards out after connecting with Kingsley Coman's cross.

    However, his shot - inside the Singapore National Stadium - ends up in Malaysia.

  11. Kick off - again

    Chelsea 1-3 Bayern Munich

    We are back under way in Singapore by the way.

    It's hot out there. French forward Kingsley Coman has replaced Robert Lewandowski for Bayern.

  12. Sampson on BBC MOTD Facebook Live

    Mark Sampson

    England coach Mark Sampson is no doubt feeling rather chipper with his side having won their opening two games at the Euro 2017.

    Anyway, he will talking to BBC Match of the Day via our Facebook platform. You can watch the interview at about 15:00 BST.

  13. Mbappe update

    Kylian Mbappe

    So, I've learnt that Monaco have not agreed a 180m euros deal with Real Madrid for Kylian Mbappe, or any club for that matter.

    I mean 180m euros?!! You couldn't buy a one-bed pad in Monaco for that!

  14. Post update


    Hello all. Saj here.

    Caroline had four goals to write about! FOUR!

    Maybe there'll be more goals under my watch and hopefully more for Chelsea fans.

    The Blues were a little lacklustre in the opening 20-30 minutes and then came alive towards the end of the half.

    What a cracking goal by Alonso eh?

  15. Goal - Chelsea 1-3 Bayern Munich

    Marcos Alonso (47 mins)

    A lovely finish, that.

    Marcos Alonso, from inside the box, hits a clean strike past Tom Starke to pull one back for Chelsea right on the half-time whistle.

    It's been coming.

  16. Post update

    Chelsea 0-3 Bayern Munich

    Chelsea have found their stride now. They've had two good chances to get off the mark.

    Marcos Alonso cuts inside and shoots over the bar, and then Michy Batshuayi - who scored twice against Arsenal - is denied by the Bayern keeper.

    There are two minutes left in the first half.

  17. 'Antonio Cassano will not be playing football any more'


    Antonio Cassano's eventful career has come to an eventful conclusion.

    The former Roma and Real Madrid forward caused raised eyebrows earlier this month when he announced he was retiring just eight days after signing for Serie A side Hellas Verona.

    But within hours he had a change of heart and said he would stay, adding he wanted to "rise to the challenge" and have a "crazy season".

    Six days later, and after playing in two pre-season friendlies for his new side, the 35-year-old has again said he is retiring.

    On Monday, his wife Carolina Marcialis said he would leave Verona but still hoped to find another club. But apparently, she's wrong.

    "As opposed to what appeared on my wife's official social profiles, I would like to clarify my future," he said in a statement.

    "Carolina got it wrong. After thinking and reflecting in the end I decided - Antonio Cassano will not be playing football any more."

    Referring to yourself in the third person and blaming your wife for the error! Scenes.

    Antonio Cassano
  18. Post update

    Chelsea 0-3 Bayern Munich

    If you're wondering why they get drinks breaks, it's because it's 8pm and still 30 degrees in Singapore.


  19. Post update

    Chelsea 0-3 Bayern Munich

    Jeremie Boga puts Bayern keeper Tom Starke under pressure when he tries to get on the end of a Cesc Fabregas cross.

    Starke flaps a bit but does eventually clear the danger.

  20. Post update

    Chelsea 0-3 Bayern Munich

    There's not much going right for Chelsea at the moment. Victor Moses picks up a yellow card after clattering Marco Friedl.

    Both sides take a drinks break and Antonio Conte gives his players a talking to.

    Antonio Conte