Ajax pull one back.
Dani De Wit
Hummels puts Bayern 1-0 up.
— UEFA.com deutsch (@UEFAcom_de) 2 October 2018
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Match: Bayern Munich vs Ajax
Competition: Champions League
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Bayern Munich vs Ajax live streaming: Match preview
A battle in Bavaria between the two sides who won on matchday 1.
Goals by Robert Lewandowski and Renato Sanches saw the German champions win 2-0 in Lisbon against Benfica.
Ajax returned to the Champions League with a bang.
Two goals by Nicolás Tagliafico and one for Donny van de Beek saw them thrash AEK Athens 3-0 at Johan Cruyff Arena.
Bayern will be looking to bounce back from Friday night’s 2-0 defeat to Hertha in Berlin.
Niko Kovač’s main objective as Bayern manager is to win this competition and they should win here.
Anything Ajax get will be seen as a huge bonus.