It's very enjoyable thus far. Hummels, the world's most over-rated defender, loses a long ball from the back, allowing Robben to collect it. Fortunately for Dortmund, Weidenfeller was again quick off his line and blocked the Dutchman's shot with his face.
Dortmund lash down the right, creating a chance for Reus to flash a shot Did you dress in the dark? If it weren't for two fine goalkeeping performances so far, we'd have had plenty of goals already in this game.
If this goes to penalties, we could have a record low total of successful spotkicks. The Dutchman was put through again but didn't fancy shooting with his right foot so tried to turn on to his left and mis-controlled before Subotic put it behind for a corner.
Muller meets that corner but nods wide from close range. Neuer saves Bayern again! Lewandowski made a fine run off Dante and then took the through-ball beautifully to create space for an angled shot from 10 yards - but the keeper again rose to the challenge and batted the ball away.
Bayern pile men into the box to await a freekick from the left Surprisingly, he doesn't then hobble as it to shift the blame to his ankle. Dormund are getting caught out a bit now.
A quick crossfield ball by Bayern found Robben totally free on the right. He charged towards the box, Weidefeller charged towards him, and the goalkeeper came off best, blocking the ball out for a corner.
That corner caused havoc in the Dortmund box but they eventually scrambled it away. Dante booked for bringing down Lewandowski some 40 yards out.
In other news, one Kai Melling has just sent me an email complaining about my pronunciation of Polish names.
That made me scoff out loud when I read it, but I suppose you heard that too. That's more like it from Bayern! Mandzukic leap above Bender to head at goal from seven yards, forcing Weidenfeller to tip over.
From the resultant corner Bender is beaten again, this time Martinez sending a header fractionally over the bar. Bayern, being unable to play their way through Dortmund, decide to go long for Muller, who momentarily has a chance to get a shot off from 20 yards but is then engulfed by two defenders and Dortmund race forward again.
Spotted this chap making his way down towards the stadium. He's got the German denim jacket and everything. Either this photo was taken earlier or this fan is so disgusted by Bayern's sluggishness so far that he has left the stadium.
Bayern continue to struggle to find any fluency and are being made to look an old team by Dortmund, whose come close to taking the lead through Bender, who tries a fine curling shot from 10 yards.
But Neuer saves Bayern again. Grosskreutz wins the ball in midfield and threads the ball through for Reusa to chase, and since Dortmund are faster all over the pitch, Reus gets to the ball first.
And what a save! Dortmund cut Bayern open with speed and precision before Blaszczykowski met a cross from the right, only for Neuer to push the Pole's eight-yard snapshot behind for another corner!
Dortmund are dominant but can they get a goal to reward their super start? And how will Bayern respond if they do?
Is this a bottle-job we are witnessing? Dortmund let Bayern knock the ball around at the back but once the Bavarians try to go farther up the pitch, wasp-coloured opponents swarm all over them.
The question is can Dortmund keep this work up? What, was it a condition of your release? Bayern work their way into the Dortmund box for the first time after a patient build-up, but as soon as they get there Dortmund dispossess them and tear forward on the copunter-attack, with Blaszczykowski getting off the first real shot of the game, an yarder that flies over.
Bayern are determined that they will prevail but pesky Dortmund just keep disrupting their attempts to build moves. Another Dortmund corner after Boateng is harrased into an error.
Neuer surges off his line to claim it and bring a degree of calmness to the Byaern backline. It helped that they had recently acquired Ronaldo".
Dortmund are pressing like a Corby and Bayern can't find any smoothness in their play and even look relatively stodgy. It's been a vibrant start by Dortmund, who've just won a corner after a Lewandosski shot was deflected behind.
Reus delivers but Dante nuts clear. Bayern kick off and begin circulating the ball at the back, to a chorus of boos from the Dortmund fans.
They eventually go long for Mandzukic but Hummels cuts it out. Some folks still believe Bayern are going to be constrained by fear of failure: The midfielder marches out on to the pitch with his team-mates and opponents, reportedly after getting a pain-killing injection.
Now dozens of large men pretending to be knights are doing fake battle on the hallowed Wembley turf. Some kind of Millwall tribute, perhaps.
It has begun, for reasons that are not clear, with a giant wooden horse being rolled onto the pitch. Are Panathinaikos going to jump out and usurp one of these teams' place in the final?
Wembley better hope Ian Holloway isn't watching or heck knows what he'll do during the Championship play-off on Monday.
Basti Schweinsteiger appears to have injured himself in the warm-up. A bunch of Bayern players were knocking the ball about in a circle and the influential midfielder copped a little bang on the ankle.
He looks in moderate pain and is now receiving treatment. It doesn't look severe enough to force him out of the game but it's clearly a concern.
I demand a good game as compensation. The teams are out on the pitch, warming up. In much the same way that ultra musos insist that some jam session that their favourite band sis in a remote garage somewhere as much better than any album or concert they ever put on, there are probably some fools in the crowd who will tell their mates later that the real action was in the pre-match limbering up.
Know that they are full of it. Purely on this basis I predict Dortmund in extra time. However, I must counter it by pointing out that I too traveled through London today and I saw lots of more jubilant fans than Dortmund ones.
In the stadium, meanwhile, both fans seem equally boisterous. Asked whether Bayern might bottle it because of the expectation on them tonight, Thomas Muller shrugs and says: It is my sad duty to inform you that if that's what you're holding out for, then you're probably going to be even further deflated, as this here final has all the ingredients of Ein Kracker.
But you already knew that, which is why you're here, right? Speaking of feelings of inadequacy, does anyone think Pep Guardiola will be secretly hoping that Dortmund win this just so he will have something that he can actually improve on when he takes over Bayern in the summer?
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