Roberto Mancini
Manchester City's manager Mancini shields his eyes during a news conference at the club's Carrington training complex in Manchester. REUTERS

All the match highlights and goals from Bayern Munich's 2-0 win at home to Manchester City in the UEFA Champions League.

Manchester United lost their match day two UEFA Champions League tie away to Bayern Munich with a double from Bayern striker Mario Gomez giving the German side all three points.

It was a miserable night all round for Manchester City who were outplayed, outclassed and outworked by Bayern Munich with the future of Carlos Tevez, who Roberto Mancini claims refused to take the field, taking centre stage once more.

Bayern Munich taught Manchester City a harsh UEFA Champions League lesson at the Allianz Area Tuesday with Mario Gomez quick fire double in the first enough giving the German side all three points on match day two. The build up to the match centred around Roberto Mancini's comments after Manchester City's draw with Napoli a fortnight ago where he claimed Manchester City would come to Munich and win. Those comments had angered much of the Allianz Arena and it was obvious they had given the German side a lift.

Manchester City started the game well and held their own in the opening stages and had two very good shouts for penalties. Both incidents centred around ex City player Jerome Boateng who appeared to catch both David Silva and Micah Richards but the referee was not moved. Bayern Munich could have had a penalty of their own in the first half when Vincent Kompany blocked the run of Frank Ribery.

Mario Gomez struck Bayern's first goal after 38 minutes following a superb double save from Joe Hart. In the closing stages of the first half another world class save from the Manchester City and England goalkeeper fell to Gomez who hammered home the rebound.

Bayern Munich used all of their UEFA Champions League experience in the second half to stifle the game and frustrate Manchester City who never looked like troubling Manuel Neuer in the German's goal. After the game, Roberto Mancini told reporters that he wants to see the back of Carlos Tevez after the Argentine striker refused to take to the field.