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Bayern and Olympiacos top Group F

FC Bayern and Olympiacos top Champions League Group F on nine points apiece after Matchday 4. Following their last-minute 2-1 victory over Dinamo Zagreb, the Greeks are now level with Bayern on nine points, followed by Arsenal and Dinamo on three. Felipe Pardo was the man of the match in Piraeus. He scored both the equaliser (65) shortly after he was subbed on and the match-winner (90) before the final whistle. Armin Hodzic (21) had put Zagreb in the lead in the first half. On the next matchday FCB and Olympiacos face off in the head-to-head for the lead while Arsenal and Dinamo aim to preserve their last hope of making the last 16.

Goal machine Müller

Thomas Müller scored twice in his 72nd Champions League appearance and is now on 32 goals in Europe's top club competition. In the scorer rankings the Germany international has overtaken former world stars Samuel Eto'o and Kaka. In the club's rankings he is now ahead of chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (30) and is second only to Gerd Müller, who boasts 66.

Comeback kids Benatia and Badstuber

Pep Guardiola has more options in defence again. Mehdi Benatia came on as a sub on Wednesday after sustaining a muscular injury in the victory over Hoffenheim in August. Holger Badstuber also returned to the matchday ssquad after being sidelined for half a year due to a torn muscle in his left thigh. His last appearance was in the 6-1 victory over Porto on 21 April.