Bayern Munich (2) 2-1 (2) Atletico Madrid
- Atl;etico Madrid reach second Champions League final in three seasons.
- Xabi Alonso's deflected free-kick levels the tie but Thomas Muller sees penalty saved by Jan Oblak.
- Antoine Griezmann levels on the night from offside position.
- Robert Lewandowski gives Bayern hope with late header.
- Manuel Neuer saves Fernando Torres' penalty.
- Real Madrid (0) vs (0) Manchester City second leg on Wednesday [4 May].
- Champions League Final in Milan on 28 May.
Full time: Bayern Munich (0) 2-1 (1) Atletico Madrid - Atletico Madrid reach 2016 Champions League final on away goals
Atletico Madrid grind it out and they take their place in this year's European Cup final in Milan. Bayern Munich threw everything at them but couldn't force their way through. Antoine Griezmann scored the decisive goal, with Thomas Muller's penalty miss proving critical. Pep Guardiola will arrive at Manchester City without having reached a final ion his three years at Bayern.
Well that is all we have time for this evening. We're back tomorrow with live coverage of Real Madrid vs Manchester City, which is finely poised after the first leg. Until then, goodbye.
Coman can't get the ball back across goal quick enough. On the touchline Simeone appears to have struck one of his own backroom team for delaying a substitution. Another chance for Coman, who takes the ball down at the back post but volleys well wide. Huge waste.
Corner for Bayern.....
Five added minutes at the Allianz Arena.
David Alaba is kept out by Oblak. Fine save which sees him push clear a deflected strike from 20 yards, and to danger.
A remarkable tie takes another twist. Fernando Torres wins a penalty from a challenge from Martinez which clearly took place outside of the penalty area. The Spaniard steps up and Neuer makes a good save to his right, in very much the same manner Oblak did in the first half. Bayern alive in this semi-final!
Penalty to Atletico
Half a chance for Bayern as Lahm plays a delicious ball into Muller, whose flicked header is just behind Lewandowski. Bayern will surely get one chance, but can they take it?
Goal: Bayern Munich 2-1 Atletico Madrid (Robert Lewandowski)
I make it from the minute I wrote off Bayern, they have gradually improved and now they are back in the tie. Alaba cross and when Ribery heads across goal, Lewandowski puts into an empty net. Around 15 minutes left plus added time to find that third goal.
Costa off and Conan on. Bit of a response from Bayern but Martinez wastes another presentable chance, heading over from another corner.
Sometimes you can sense when a team is preparing a comeback, but it is hard to convincingly state that Bayern are playing like a side threatening to turn this tie around. Atletico look pretty comfortable and despite being breached once tonight, you fancy them to keep the Germans quiet. Oblak does make a good save in fairness as Lewandowski shoots into the ground.
Godin hacks away a Muller header, who tries to find Lewandowski with a deft touch inside the Bayern box. The corner is cleared but Martinez stays forward and from the resulting cross heads over the bar.
The atmosphere at the Allianz Arena has completely changed, with the home support somewhat subdued since Atletico took charge of the tie. Bayern have lacked any sort of thrust since the leveller. Can they go again?
Bayern's shooting from range comes across as desperate now as Vidal lashes the ball wide. Must apologise to Griezmann, who appeared to be onside before scoring Atletico's goal. Such an important goal it is too with around half an hour to go.
Goal: Bayern Munich 1-1 Atletico Madrid (Antoine Griezmann)
Right on cue. Atletico Madrid level on the night and swings the tie back in their favour. Torres slips a ball through to Griezmann, who is beyond the last defender when the ball is played, but he is unperturbed and he tucks beyond Neuer. Key goal in this semi-final.
Lewandowski unable to latch onto Alonso's through ball as Bayern threaten again. The home side have not allowed their standards to slip for a single minute; can they keep it up? Atletico must surely improve.
Bayern's pressing, hustling and harrying showing no signs of letting up as they force a corner from nothing. Costa and Muller recycle the ball and it comes back to Vidal, whose shot is deflected wide. The resulting corner sees Martinez head over.
Atletico with an early free-kick from the left but Koke sweeps the ball straight into the hands of Neuer, who has barely been tested tonight.
Apologies, there one change for Atletico which saw Augusto replaced by Yannick Carrasco. Doesn't need saying that that is an attack-minded change.
Players out for the second half in Munich. No changes as yet from either Simeone or Guardiola.
Half time: Bayern Munich 1-0 Atletico Madrid
A pulsating first half at the Allianz Arena in Munich. Bayern have level in the tie after Xabi Alonso's deflected free-kick but it could have been so much better has Thomas Muller converted a penalty just minutes later, but Jan Oblak made a vital save. Atletico have been passive for the most part but they will require a big improvement if they're to survive a second half onslaught.
It is all Bayern again as Muller crosses for Lewandowski but a flying clearance from Gimenez keeps the ball from finding its way to the Pole. Atletico have offered nothing as an attacking force in this half and they have been on the back foot from the first kick.
It's all going off on the pitch as well as off it. Simeone and Guardiola eyeball each other after a clash involving Franck Ribery. We're back under way now in a first half which has been relentless.