Created on 09-12-2015 at 23:15 PM
Shortly before the break in Wednesday’s match in Zagreb, Mehdi Benatia grabbed his left thigh and was obviously in some distress. It soon became clear he could not go on. A full examination will follow in Munich, but Benatia is likely to face another spell on the sidelines after recovering from a thigh injury just a few weeks ago.
Coaching record for Pep
The victory in Zagreb was the Catalan's 50th win in 80 Champions League matches – no other coach has achieved this milestone so early. His win rate of 66 percent at Bayern is even higher than in his time as Barcelona coach (60 percent).
Ribéry returns to starting XI
Franck Ribéry made his comeback last weekend against Gladbach after a nine-month spell on the sidelines – and on Wednesday he made the starting line-up for the match in Zagreb. The last time he played from the kick-off dates back to 11 March, a 7-0 victory over Shakhtar.
Happy ending for Arsenal
After Matchday 4 Arsenal were on just three points in FCB's Group F, but they eventually made the Champions League knock-out rounds. The Gunners went through with a 3-0 victory over Olympiacos, winning the head-to-head comparison with the Greeks, who finished level on points. Frenchman Olivier Giroud was the man of the match, scoring all three Arsenal goals.