​Bayern Munich finished their group stage campaign in style at the Allianz Arena, as they beat Tottenham 3-1 on Wednesday night.

Group B had already been settled in regards to qualifying, with Bayern and Tottenham assured of their places in the knockout stages in first and second respectively. Die Roten were aiming to earn maximum points with six wins from six, while Spurs hoped to avenge their ​embarrassing 7-2 defeat in the reverse fixture.

Kingsley Coman got the German champions going early on, with a cute finessed finish into the bottom corner. Serge Gnabry attacked the Spurs defence like he did so effectively back in October, squaring it to Coman who found the back of the net in convincing fashion.

Bayern's lead lasted for all but six minutes, with Tottenham biting back to equalise. It was youngster Ryan Sessegnon - on his full debut - who drew Spurs level with an emphatic finish, powering it past Manuel Neuer to mark his first Champions League start with a memorable goal.

After starting the game brightly, Coman's evening came to an unfortunate abrupt end. The Frenchman was decelerating and landed very awkwardly, his left knee giving in in grotesque images that suggest a possible ligament injury.

Bayern had two golden chances to restore their lead, with Gnabry's shot first coming off of the post with pace. Thiago was there to seemingly tap the rebound into an open net, but he somehow fired his shot wide, missing an open goal in a glaring miss for Die Roten.

That double miss only made Bayern hungrier for the lead, and not long after they were back in front through Thomas Muller. The ball fell kindly for the substitute from Alphonso Davies' shot, the German only having to pass it into the net to give FCB the advantage going into the break.

Philippe Coutinho had been threatening the Tottenham goal all night with his long range efforts, and he finally punished them with his delicate strike. The FCB loanee cut inside onto his right foot and curled his shot into the far corner, putting the game all but beyond Tottenham.

It is back to domestic action for both sides, who return to league duties this weekend. Bayern welcome Werder Bremen to Bavaria on Saturday, while Tottenham make the tricky trip to Molineux the following day to face Wolves.