Bayern Munich vs. Chelsea: Extra-time overflow

Alexander Hassenstein

Ninety minute of football just isn't enough for anyone

The Blues and Bayern Munich are locked at 1-1 in a fascinating affair, with Fernando Torres and Frank Ribery scoring in either half to get us here. For the fifth time in the history of the Super Cup, the game will go to two 15-minute extra sessions in order to determine a winner. Should that not be enough, the game will go to a penalty shootout for the first time in it's history.

As with the other two threads from today, please don't link or direct to any illegal streams. If you aren't sure it's legal, skip it please. Keep it clean and friendly, and have fun. Let's Go Blues!

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