Defending champions Bayern Munich got their Champions League campaign off to the perfect start with an impressive victory over a lacklustre Atletico Madrid.
A nicely worked opener saw Joshua Kimmich pick out Kingsley Coman, who snuck behind Kieran Trippier to finish past Jan Oblak into the far corner.
Goretzka doubled the hosts’ lead late in the first half, firing in on the half volley from Coman’s tidy ball across the box. Corentin Tolisso smacked in an incredibly well hit effort from range for the third before Coman wrapped the result up, the former Juventus winger running from his own half and twisting Felipe inside and out before finishing with ease
Atleti struggled for fluency in the final third and were sloppy defending their own goal, giving the ball away cheaply for both goals in the first half, with Luis Suarez disappointingly ineffectual.