Bayern Munich continued to display their recent impressive form under Josef Heynckes — who took charge for a third time last week — by beating Celtic at Allianz Arena, according to the Telegraph. Thomas Muller (17'), Joshua Kimmich (29') and Mats Hummels (51') were the goal scorers for Bayern Munich. The German Bundesliga outfit was dominant in most of the encounter, distributing passes across the field and persistently launching counter attacks in Celtic's box. The victory means that Bayern Munich is second in Group B, three points behind group leaders Paris Saint-Germain.

Celtic is third with 3 points. Here's a recap of the match.

Bayern Munich outlook

Starting XI and individual performance points: Goalkeeper - Sven Ulreich (7.52). Defender - Joshua Kimmich (8.19), Mats Hummels (8.52), Jérôme Boateng (7.27), David Alaba (7.09). Midfielder - Sebastian Rudy (7.28), Thiago Alcántara (eight points), Arjen Robben (8.62), Thomas Müller (7.93), Kingsley Coman (8.22). Forward - Robert Lewandowski (7.23). Used substitutes - Rafinha (6.29), Arturo Vidal (6.63), James Rodríguez (6.25).

Team's strength and weakness: Bayern constantly stole the ball from Celtic players and held more possession on their half. They created chances in front of goal through individual efforts, counter attacks, and from both flanks.

Overall, Bayern players were fantastic at finishing.

Style of play: Josef Heynckes' men regularly dominated possession and operated through both flanks. In addition, they favored long and short passes.

Celtic outlook

Starting XI and individual performance points: Goalkeeper - Craig Gordon (7.34). Defender - Cristian Gamboa (seven points), Dedryck Boyata (seven points), Mikael Lustig (seven points), Kieran Tierney (6.52).

Midfielder - Olivier Ntcham (5.62), Scott Brown (6.48), Patrick Roberts (5.93), Stuart Armstrong (6.12), Scott Sinclair (6.42). Forward - Leigh Griffiths (5.92). Used substitutes - Tomas Rogic (six points), Moussa Dembele (6.18), James Forrest (6.34).

Team's strength and weakness: Brendan Rodgers' side created a bit of chances through long passes.

Also, they committed quite a number of individual stumbles and gave away free kicks around their half.

Style of play: Celtic showed no specific style or pattern of play throughout the match.

Most performed player in the match

Arjen Robben was just everywhere in the field. Robben's “killing” passes and pull-outs apparently paved easy entrance for Bayern attackers. In addition, the Dutchman had an assist to his credit and completed a total of 97 touches.

Upcoming clash

In their second leg tie, Celtic will welcome Bayern Munich to Glasgow on Tuesday 31 October.