Serge Gnabry led the way, followed closely by Robert Lewandowski as Bayern Munich put on a dominating performance and got a huge 0-3 win at Chelsea.
It was another big win for Bayern Munich and another huge night for Serge Gnabry in London.
While it was not quite so emphatic, it was still a resounding victory.
The visitors got their first two goals within ten minutes of the restart for the second half.
It was Gnabry’s first in the 51st minute, followed quickly by his second in the 54th.
Both saw quick counter-attacks, and link up play between German international Gnabry and his Polish strike partner Lewandowski.
Twenty minutes later the score gave a clear picture of the Bavarians dominance when Lewandowski got one for himself.
The build-up almost a carbon copy of the two earlier goals.
A cross from the right and with an unmarked striker in the center and a hapless Willy Caballero picking the ball out of the back of the net.
Just to compound Chelsea’s misery in the 83rd minute, Marcos Alonso was sent off. He was given a straight red card by VAR after he appears to hit Lewandowski in the face.