Bavaria extended their unbeaten streak Champions League group stage up to 30 games, beating Barcelona 2-0 at the Allianz Arena.
These two clubs are not newcomers as they faced each other in the group stage last season.
Tuesday’s match followed a similar pattern, with the Germans back in the top 11 thanks to goals Lucas Hernandez and Leroy Sane.
Robert Lewandowski played against his former club for the first time since joining Barcelona summer.
Unfortunately for him and Barcelonanerves got the better of him as he missed two big chances in the first 20 minutes shooting at close range and then was turned down Manuel Neuer On the second.
Bayern finally answered through Nussay Mazraouiwho came out for the wounded Benjamin Pawarbut his efforts were easily stopped by Marc-André ter Stegen.
Last hit from Mazraoui rejected Lewandowski close half, Barcelona for the break with 10 shots on goal against four for Bayern.
The missed opportunities cost the guests dearly as Bayern broke the stalemate in the 50th minute.
Lucas Hernandez managed to escape from the clutches of the debutant Mark Alonso and headed home to the delight of the home fans, who exploded with joy.
Before Barcelona could get their bearings, they gave way a second four minutes later.
Treat swept through the blue garnet defense after a brilliant ball from Jamal Musialaand the former Manchester City player kept his feet before blasting home Ter Stegen.
pedry was close to getting Barcelona returned to the match in the 63rd minute.
After receiving a return pass from Sergio BusquetsI threw the ball over the attacking Neuer only for him to bounce off the post.
From there Bavaria used all their experience to play until the end of the game, as a result of which they climbed to first place in the Group C standings, and Barcelona sit level with Interwho has won Victoria Pilsen earlier that day, on three counts.