Eleven years after the most famous 1-1 draw in these clubs' histories, the 2001 UEFA Champions League final, Valencia CF and FC Bayern München repeated the result to ensure the visitors progressed with their hosts.
Valencia's place in the round of 16 had been sealed before kick-off after FC BATE Borisov lost at home to LOSC Lille. Bayern needed a point to join them and remain top of Group F and, although they fell behind to Sofiane Feghouli's late strike, Thomas Müller swiftly levelled against a side reduced to ten men following Antonio Barragán's first-half red card in an intense and exciting contest.
It was a fantastic performance from us. Although we wanted to win for our fans, we will leave here satisfied. We still want to finish first in the group so winning our last match is vital.
Sofiane Feghouli, Valencia midfielder
We played against ten men for a long time, but often took the wrong decisions. In the end, we were lucky to get a draw.
Philipp Lahm, Bayern defender
|1||Diego Alves (GK)||22||Starke (GK)|
|Mauricio Pellegrino (ARG)||Jupp Heynckes (GER)|
|Howard Webb (ENG)|