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Wembley Stadium (ATT 86,298) 25th May 2013 - Kick off 19:45 Ref: N Rizzoli

B Dortmund Borussia Dortmund vs Bayern Munich Bay Munich

B Dortmund 1

I Gundogan (pen 67)


Bay Munich 2

M Mandzukic (60)
A Robben (89)

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  1. GOOD NIGHT: As fireworks explode over Wembley, that is all for our minute-by minute updates of the 2013 Champions League final. Bayern Munich won 2-1 against Borussia Dortmund in the first all-German final in history. It was a fabulous final which will be remembered for Robben's assist and winning goal. Bayern are deserved winners after an incredible season in which they have responded to losing last year's Champions League final. It is immensely painful for Dortmund while Bayern are on track to set more records with a potential Treble. Will German continue to dominate? We will find out next season. Stay with us for all the post-match reaction.

  2. Lahm lifts the trophy to massive cheers from Bayern's fans. Gold and silver tickertape falls from the stands at Wembley while the Champions League theme rings around the stadium. Dortmund's players watch on with broken hearts.

  3. Bayern's players all kiss and touch the trophy as they walk past the trophy and prepare for captain Lahm to lift it on the balcony in front of the fans at Wembley.

  4. Bayern now climb Wembley's steps to collect the Champions League trophy. What a recovery this is after they lost last season's final at their own Allianz Arena.

  5. Here come the presentations. Bayern form guard of honour on the touchline at Wembley as first the match officials make their way up Wembley's famous steps. Dortmund then follow to collect their runners-up medals. They will rue how both Ribery and, especially, Dante when giving away the penalty having already been booked managed to avoid red cards.

  6. Let us also not forget the performances of both goalkeepers Weidenfeller and Neuer, who were superb. There are tears of joy and despair on the field from both sets of players. What a night and what a game. Let me have your opinions on a classic final.

  7. Dortmund's players are stood in a line on the edge of the penalty area in front of their fans with their arms around each other. Let me have your thoughts on a thrilling, breathless, engrossing final. Who was your man of the match? Do Bayern deserve their win? Is this redemption for Robben after he scored the winner and made the opener? Should Ribery and Dante have been sent off? Get in touch at or via Twitter @SkySportsPeteF. I will publish a selection of the best comments.

  8. Heynckes is jumping and singing with his players on the pitch in front of Bayern fans at Wembley. Bayern remain on track to become the first German team to win the Treble. How does Pep Guardiola surpass this next season? Heynckes has now won the Champions League twice after his previous success with Real Madrid.

  9. Klopp is on the field and talking to his inconsolable players. Lewandowski is sat on the floor in disbelief. It is such pain for the Dortmund players at suffering such a late defeat to their German rivals.

  10. Bayern players fall to the ground in celebration. Robben is screaming into his hands. Defeated Dortmund players are devastated but their fans are still singing. What a fantastic game that was. Robben gets his revenge after the devastation of losing to Chelsea last season.


  12. 90 + 4


  13. 90 + 3

    Bayern are running down the clock. Gomez now comes on for Mandzukic.

  14. 90 + 2

    Luiz Gustavo is on for Ribery, whose role in the goal should not be overlooked, although Robben is going to get all the headlines.

  15. 90 + 1

    Sahin and Schieber are on for Bender and Blaszczykowski.

  16. 90

    ADDED TIME: There will be a minimum of three minutes added time.

  17. Ecstasy for Bayern and heartbreak for Dortmund as Robben scores with 90 seconds left on the clock. Dortmund did not deal with a long ball and Piszczek allowed Ribery to back-heel the ball forward. Robben latched onto the loose ball to burst into the box past dangling Dortmund legs. Robben then scuffs his finish past Weidenfeller. That has surely secured the trophy for Bayern.

  18. 89

    GOAL ROBBEN (1-2)!!!

  19. 88

    Still neither coach has made a substitution but it looks like Boateng could be struggling with cramp.

  20. 87

    A great tackle from Boateng on Gundogan sets Bayern on the attack. But Weidenfeller has been a hero this evening and he punches away Schweinsteiger's 25-yard drive.

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