Bayern players celebrate after winning 3-1 in the Champions League group B soccer match between Bayern Munich and Paris Saint-Germain in Munich, southern Germany, Tuesday, Dec. 5, 2017. (Sven Hoppe/dpa via AP)
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Bayern Munich delivered a stark warning to their Champions League rivals for the knockout stages as their resounding win over Paris Saint-Germain underlined their return to form.Bayern finished second in Group B behind PSG on head-to-head goal difference, despite their comprehensive 3-1 win Tuesday night, as both clubs progressed with 15 points.The 72-year-old coached Bayern to the 2013 treble and has managed the delicate balancing act of dividing up game time fairly among his star-studded squad.Bayern were five points behind Borussia Dortmund in the Bundesliga when Heynckes took over in early October, but the Bavarian giants now hold a six-point lead.Nevertheless, frustrations boiled over at the Allianz Arena as Bayern fell short of usurping PSG as group winners.Bayern go into the runners-up pot for the draw at 1100 GMT on Monday.
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