Already securing their passage into the knock out stages of UEFA Champions League, Manchester City will still take things seriously when they travel to Allianz Arena and face Bayern Munich this Tuesday, December 10. The visitor won't be pushing just for a revenge after their defeat in previous meeting, but Manuel Pellegrini's men are also chasing for that group winner shot which could help their draw results in the next round.
Bayern themselves won't be keen on giving out any points against Man City, especially as Pep Guardiola's men are playing in front of their home crowd. The Bavarian themselves will be chasing a perfect group stage record that should bolster their confidence for a much challenging knock out stages in 2014. This midweek battle should still spark many quality football as both teams are still chasing for three points.
Man City eventually coming up with all three points from that encounter as they proved their quality by overcoming such a strong opponent like Bayern Munich. The away side were forced to come back from two goals down as their Bavarians opponent got in front first through Thomas Muller after just five minutes of play, things got even more comfortable for the Bundesliga outfit when Mario Goetze bagged his team's second on 12 minutes.
City managed to pull one goal back during the first 45 minutes through David Silva and they finally got back on level terms on 59 minutes from Alexandre Kolarov's spot kick, before James Milner turned things around for the away side. Despite winning , Manuel Pellegrini's men remained as runners up behind Bayern as the German side are still ahead on head to head count.