Tottenham vs Bayern Munich: LIVE Stream and Score: 2-2 (6-5)
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After the score was level at 2-2 after 90 minutes, Spurs went on to win the penalty shoot-out 6-5 and have won the 2019 Audi Cup.


FT: Tottenham 2-2 Bayern Munich (6-5)
Gazzaniga's penalty save means Pochettino's side have won the 2019 Audi Cup on penalties.
SAVE! (6-5)
Gazzaniga saves Boateng's penalty and Spurs have won the shoot-out.
GOAL (6-5)
20-year-old Tanganga squeezes the ball past Ulreich.
GOAL (5-5)
Singh scores for Bayern.
GOAL (5-4)
Skipp looked calm as he sent the goalkeeper the wrong way.
GOAL (4-4)
Lewandowski makes no mistake, we're now into sudden death.
GOAL (4-3)
The youngster Roles scores for Spurs under pressure, Bayern now need to score.
GOAL (3-3)
Sanches scores for Bayern.
GOAL (3-2)
Son sends the 'keeper the wrong way.
GOAL (2-2)
Muller may have just bettered Kane's penalty, hitting the ball even further into the top left corner.
GOAL (2-1)
Harry Kane smashes it in to the top corner, that was the best penalty so far.
GOAL (1-1)
Thiago scores Bayern's first penalty to equalise.
SAVED! (1-0)
Eriksen hits the ball straight down the middle and it is comfortably saved.
SAVE! (1-0)
Alaba's effort is saved by Gazzaniga.
GOAL (1-0)
Alderweireld fires home.
Here we go, Spurs will start the shoot-out.
We're off to penalties...
The 2019 Audi Cup final will be decided with a penalty shoot-out.

Stay tuned to find out who will come away with the win.

FT: Tottenham 2-2 Bayern Munich
The German side completed a comeback after being 2-0 down, with Davies' excellent strike ensuring the game will go to penalties.
It doesn't look good for Foyth

85' Substitution for Spurs:

OFF: Sissoko

ON: Georgiou

Tottenham 2-2 Bayern Munich
81' GOAL!

Davies equalises for Bayern, he hit a powerful strike from 25 yards out and gave the 'keeper no chance.

Spurs 2-2 Bayern.

80' There is 10 minutes to go here in Germnay plus any potential stoppage time.

The game is now picking up again after a spell of substitutions and injuries.

78' Both Coman and Foyth have had to come off, with both players picking up injuries.

The Spurs man is replaced by Marsh whilst Bayern's winger leaves the field for Mihaljevic.

76' Bayern Munich have a strong team out there now after the introduction of Coman, Lewandowski and Muller.

Coman still looks in pain though and Foyth is now down injured for Spurs

72' Foyth is booked for a foul on Coman who has just come on for Bayern.

He looks hurt and the physio is on.

Substitution for Spurs:

OFF: Lucas Moura

ON: Jack Roles

68' Son picked out Harry Kane who made an overlapping run, his powerful strike from the left side of the box was saved well by Ulreich.
66' Sanches' long range shot was straight at Gazzaniga who made a comfortable save.
Tottenham 2-1 Bayern Munich
61' GOAL!

Arp is played through on goal before striking the ball into the net, his effort was central though and questions will be asked of Gazzaniga.

Spurs 2-1 Bayern Munich

Tottenham 2-0 Bayern Munich
59' GOAL!

Kane is involved again as he finds Eriksen who had space in the box, he hit the ball low and hard across the goalkeeper to double his side's lead.

Spurs 2-0 Bayern Munich

58' CLOSE!

Kane with a great pass to Son who was through on goal, he looked certain to score but the 'keeper got a touch on it to guide the ball wide.

57' Son had space to run towards goal, his left-footed strike on the edge of the box was straight at Ulreich although he almost parried it into the path of Skipp.
52' Alderweireld commits a foul right outside the box,  although Tolisso's free-kick from the left-hand side was poor.
Several changes for Spurs at the break

Three changes for Bayern Munich at the break:

OFF: Sule, Will, Neuer

ON: Zylla, Boateng, Ulreich

Here we go for the second half
Spurs have kicked off the second half in the 2019 Audi Cup final, they lead 1-0.

HT: Tottenham 1-0 Bayern Munich
A brilliant bit of play from Nkoudou allowed him to find Lamela whose goal separates the two sides at half-time.
42' The ball fell to Singh on the edge of the box, the Bayern man struck the ball cleanly but it went just wide of the post.
38' The second half has become very quiet here in Germany, Spurs defending comfortably but neither team have created a clear cut chance for a while.
29' Pavard brings Sissoko down right on the edge of the box and the Spurs man could have had a clear sight on goal if he wasn't fouled.

A free-kick is given but the referee does not show the defender a card with it being a friendly game.

27' Sissoko with a charging run forward looked to slip Lucas Moura through but Sule made a good interception.

The resulting corner for Spurs came to nothing.

Tottenham 1-0 Bayern Munich
19' GOAL!

Nkoudou with a great piece of skill on the left-hand side and the delivery into the box is even better.

The brilliant low driven cross was met by Lamela at the back post who couldn't miss.

Spurs 1-0 Bayern.

18' Johansson goes down in the box under contact from Harry Winks who seemed to pull out of the challenge, the referee saw nothing wrong with it.
12' Lucas Moura looked for Lamela who had made a run in behind the defence, but Neuer was quick off his line.
9' First chance of the game for Bayern.

Tolisso found Pavard with a great cross but he did not get enough contact on his header to guide it in.


Kyle Walker-Peters does well down the right-hand side for Spurs before finding Lucas Moura with an excellent cross.

His header was saved brilliantly from Neuer.

3' Dele Alli hits the first shot of the game straight at Neuer from just outside the box.
We're underway in the 2019 Audi Cup final!
Bayern Munich have kicked the game off here at the Allianz Arena.

The teams are finishing their warm ups on the pitch as we approach kick-off here in Germany.

Who will win the 2019 Audi Cup?

Record signing Tanguy Ndombele is not in the Spurs squad

Real Madrid have beaten Fenerbahce 5-3 in the third place play-off
A hat-trick from Benzema and goals from Nacho and Diaz gave Real Madrid their first win of pre-season as they claimed third place in this years Audi Cup.
It seems as though the Bundesliga side will be playing a stronger side in the second half, like their opponents.

Youngsters such as Nollenberger, Will, Singh, Arp, Johansson and Kehl are all in action for Bayern.

Team news: Bayern Munich

The likelihood is that Pochettino will use a different XI at some point in the game, as will their opponents.

It seems as though they will start the game in a 4-2-3-1 formation, with Lucas Moura starting upfront.

Nkoudou also gets a chance to impress.

Team news: Spurs

Bayern Munich reached the final in style
A hat-trick from Thomas Muller as well as goals from Goretzka, Sanches and Coman saw the German side thrash Fenerbahce 6-1 in the semi-final of the Audi Cup.


The third place play-off is live:
The third place play-off in the 2019 Audi Cup has been an eventful one so far, with Real Madrid currently leading Fenerbahce 4-3 with 25 minutes to go.


The Audi Cup final is 'a good opportunity to be strong' according to Pochettino
The spurs boss was very pleased after his side beat Real Madrid in the semi-final, here's what he had to say:

“I am so happy, I think the performance was very good. We played well against Real Madrid [and] that is never easy, so yes, a lot of positive things.

Of course, you need to see the value of that victory [against Madrid] and now to be ready for tomorrow is going to be difficult too but I'm happy because that is to build our mentality and our belief.”

When asked about how he will go about a second game in two days against Bayern Munich, he said:

“I think we are going to mix (the players) tomorrow again and it's a good opportunity to be strong. From the beginning of pre-season the group has been fantastic and I am so happy.”

The Bayern Munich chairman spoke about Leory Sane at half-time in their sem-final win...

How to watch the Audi Cup final
The 2019 Audi Cup final will be shown live on ITV 4.

If you are unable to watch it on TV, stay tuned here on VAVEL for live minute-by-minute updates!

Spurs vs Bayern Munich: Head to Head
This is a very rare fixture, with these two teams only playing each other in competitive games four times, so this friendly game will be another chance to see the sides go head to head, considering they have not done so competitively since 1983.

Spurs won the most recent game in the UEFA cup 2-1, with Bayern winning two of the other games, along with there being one draw in games between these two.


Four players returned to action in the semi-final for Spurs
Spurs captain Hugo Lloris returned to the squad for the game against Real Madrid after recovering from tonsillitis, he will be looking to make his first start of pre-season in the final.

Davinson Sanchez, Rose and Nkoudou also returned to the squad and played a part in the victory over Real Madrid.

Team news: Spurs
Mauricio Pochettino has managed to keep his squad that joined him in Asia and those that played against Real Madrid injury free.

The likes of Wanyama, Dier, and Davies did not travel with the squad though for their previous games for various reasons and have therefore not had any minutes yet in pre-season, they will be hoping for that to change soon.

Both squads have been confirmed for the Audi Cup final
Bayern Munich:

Neuer, Singh, Süle, Boateng, Alaba, Thiago, Sanches, Gnabry, Goretzka, Coman,  Lewandowski, Ulreich, Früchtl, Martinez, Arp, Davies, Tolisso, Müller, Zaiser, Kimmich.


Toby Alderweireld, Dele Alli, Christian Eriksen, Juan Foyth, Paulo Gazzaniga, Anthony Georgiou, Harry Kane, Erik Lamela, Hugo Lloris, George Marsh, Lucas Moura, Tanguy Ndombele, Georges-Kevin Nkoudou, Troy Parrott, Jack Roles, Danny Rose, Davinson Sanchez, Moussa Sissoko, Oliver Skipp, Heung-Min Son, Japhet Tanganga, Jan Vertonghen, Kyle Walker-Peters, Harvey White, Harry Winks, Alfie Whiteman.

Team news: Bayern Munich
Hernandez, who is working on his rehabilitation and Martinez, who has a muscle injury are both out for Bayern Munich, other than that, there squad that has travelled for the 2019 Audi Cup is available.
Bayern Munich's pre-season so far
Niko Kovac’s side have had a good pre-season campaign so far, winning three games out of four.

They began with a defeat, losing to Premier League side Arsenal after Eddie Nketiah’s 88th minute winner.

Since then, they have won three games in a row, starting with a 3-1 victory over Real Madrid, despite a late red card for Ulreich.

A goal from Goretzka gave them a win against AC Milan before they progressed though to the final of the Audi Cup after thrashing Fenerbahce.

17-year-old Troy Parrott has impressed in this pre-season campaign

The Premier League side have given the youth a chance over the last three games
The Spurs manager has given plenty of younger players a chance this pre-season, that could be the case again in this game.

Many of those players have performed well, with 17-year-old Troy Parrott perhaps the most impressive.

For his age, he has put in two great displays against some top-class defenders, especially in the games against Juventus and Real Madrid.

His hard work, hold up play and technical ability have all been impressive and despite his age he is giving the Spurs manager something to think about ahead of the season.

In the game against Real Madrid he came very close to scoring, leaving Navas with no chance but hitting the post.

Spurs' pre-season so far
Mauricio Pochettino's side have played three pre-season games so far, the first two coming in the 2019 International Champions Cup.

They beat Juventus in dramatic fashion after Harry Kane's last-minute strike from the halfway line. After that they were beaten 2-1 by Manchester United despite an encouraging second half.

After that, they beat Real Madrid 1-0 in the Audi Cup semi-final, Harry Kane scoring the winning goal in the first half.

Hello and welcome to VAVEL's live minute-by-minute coverage of Spurs vs Bayern Munich in the 2019 Audi Cup final. We will be keeping you up to date with everything going on at the Allianz Arena as the German giants take on the Champions League finalists.

Kick-off is 19:30 PM.