Last Updated: 30/08/13 10:33pm
It is celebration for Bayern and despair for Chelsea as Lukaku's miss proves decisive and the Champions League holders win the UEFA Super Cup 5-4 on penalties after a pulsating 2-2 draw.
GOAL! Bayern 2 Chelsea 2 - Neuer guesses the right way but Oscar scores with a good shot into the corner.
This will be the first time in its history that the Super Cup will be decided by a penalty shoot-out.
The final whistle goes and The UEFA Super Cup will be decided on penalties. It looked like Chelsea would cling on for another famous European victory but it was not to be and now it will be the lottery of spot-kicks.
GOAL! Bayern draw level with probably the final kick of the game, as Martinez slams home from close range after another scramble in the area.
Boateng lets fly with a powerful strike from distance which sails high over Cech's goal, and Chelsea are nearly there.
Bayern win a free-kick just outside the area, with Cole booked for time wasting, and Cech springs to his right to claw away Ribery's curling effort and make probably his finest save of the night.
Chelsea clear another Bayern cross to the halfway line, where Neuer is sweeping and jumps forward to power an incredible header back into the Blues box.
Cech makes another fine save as he rushes off his line to narrow the angle on Gotze and make a decent stop with his feet.
Mourinho makes his final change and, not surprisingly, it is a defensive one, as Terry comes on for Hazard.
Martinez nods the ball down for Shaqiri just a few yards out and it looks like a certain goal for Bayern, but Cahill gets in a vital last-gasp block. Brilliant defending.
It is one-way traffic again as Bayern pour forward and Chelsea sit back, but there are few holes in the defence.
Cech pulls off two great saves in quick succession as he parries away Mandzukic's header and then, when the ball comes back into the box, reacts even quicker to leap to his left and keep out a Martinez header.
Ribery sprints clear of Ivanovic and passes the ball back for Robben, whose shot crashes into the shoulder of Lampard and appeals for a penalty are rightly waved away.
Chelsea's forward players show great desire to hold on to the ball and make Bayern work to gain control of the midfield battleground.
Bayern get us back underway and there is a great atmosphere around the ground as this game nears a conclusion.
The whistle goes for half-time in extra time, and Chelsea are now just 15 minutes away from winning the UEFA Super Cup after Hazard's goal restored their lead and made it 2-1.
More stubborn defending from Chelsea as Cahill greets an inswinging cross with a towering header, before Boateng blazes a shot high into the stands from 25 yards.
Muller tries his luck with a long-range strike which takes a defection and goes wide for another Bayern corner. Can Chelsea continue to withstand this pressure?
Ribery goes down in the area following a tangle with Cahill but his appeals for a penalty fall on deaf ears, before Lukaku bulldozes his way past a couple of changes on a one-man counter-attack but is unable to get past the third.
Mandzukic heads the ball back for Shaqiri and his mis-hit shot from 12 yards is turned behind by a decent save from Cech.
Lukaku is quickly into the action, but not in the way he would have liked as a foul in midfield results in a yellow card.
Ribery is dispossessed by Oscar but Bayern win back the ball and Shaqiri plays in Lahm, who crosses for Ribery in the centre. The Frenchman is quickly closed down, though, as Chelsea again defend strongly.
Chelsea nearly catch Bayern out with another counter-attack as Oscar tries to release Hazard through the centre and only the outstretched leg of Alaba saves the day.
GOAL! Hazard has been quiet since early in the second half but he busts into life to fire Chelsea into a 2-1 lead. The Belgian drifted inside his defender from the left wing before smashing a low shot straight through Neuer from the edge of the area.
Neither team would have wanted extra time at this stage of the season and there may be a certain amount of energy-conserving happening in the next half an hour.
Chelsea get extra time started and they face an uphill task now to lift the trophy after being reduced to ten men.
The whistle goes for full-time but this tie is not yet over. The players will get a moment's breather and then we will be into extra time in an effort to separate these sides. Bayern will fancy their chances against the ten men of Chelsea following Ramires' sending-off, after Ribery cancelled out Torres' opener to make it 1-1.
Chelsea get a free-kick 25 yards from goal in a central position and Luiz steps up, but his tame effort is hit straight at the defensive wall.
Torres is shown a yellow card by the Swedish referee, presumably for dissent over the Ramires dismissal.
Robben drills a low shot wide from 12 yards as Bayern look to finish Chelsea off without the need for extra time.
RED CARD: Ramires is given his marching orders as a wild challenge on Gotze results in a second yellow card.
Neuer produces an excellent reaction stop down to his right to keep out a close-range header from Luiz.
Kroos takes a shot from the edge of the area which loops up off Luiz and goes behind for a Bayern corner.
Bayern earn a free-kick in Chelsea's half and work their way into the area, where there is a mad scramble for the ball and the Premier League side somehow survive.
Chelsea retreat deep into their own half and invite Bayern to come forward, but Ribery's pass to Alaba is too heavy and drifts out of play.
Chelsea are denied by the woodwork as Lampard's corner is flicked on by Luiz and Ivanovic powers a header against the crossbar. They were so close there to taking the lead for a second time.
The physios come on to administer treatment to Martinez and a stretcher is brought out. He manages to hobble over to the touchline with the support of the medical staff but it remains to be seen whether he will be able to continue.
Martinez, who has only just returned from an injury lay-off, is clipped on the heels by Torres and stays down in pain.
Boateng goes for goal from all of 35 yards and it is a skidding effort which Cech saves comfortably.
Ribery calls for more from the Bayern fans as the German champions look to crank up the pressure once again and win a corner.
Bayern make another change as Muller is withdrawn and Gotze comes on for the final 20 minutes, and possibly extra time if required.
Oscar picks out Hazard in the box with a sumptuous long pass and the Belgian's first-touch control is delightful, but he can only direct his shot straight at Neuer.
Alaba plays in Muller with a clever pass but Cole races across quickly to make an important tackle and knock the ball behind for a corner.
Luiz gives away a free-kick following a shove on Mandzukic and is issued a yellow card, despite his insistence that he did nothing wrong.
Alaba gifts the ball to Chelsea in a terrible area and Oscar is presented with a fantastic opportunity to make it 2-1, but Neuer is out quickly to keep him at bay and Lampard can only fire his volley over on the rebound. Ramires is then booked for unsporting behaviour.
Lampard's attempted cross for Torres is just too high but the ball bounces behind off Boateng for a corner, despite Neuer's best efforts.
Schurrle is working hard to help out at the back but, after talking Ribery, he passes it straight back to Muller in a bad area for Chelsea.
Chelsea had to withstand a Bayern onslaught when they won the Champions League final at the Allianz Arena in 2012 and more desperate defending is required here.
Ribery sprints clear of Ivanovic down the wing before sending over a cross which is forcefully headed clear by Cahill in the middle.
Guardiola is the first manager to shuffle his pack as he brings on Martinez for Rafinha, underlining the strength in depth at Bayern's disposal.
Robben makes a smart run to collect Ribery's pass from an obviously pre-planned free-kick routine, but he cannot keep his first-time shot down.
Alaba wins a free-kick wide on the left for Bayern following a foul by Schurrle, with Chelsea very much under the cosh at the moment.
The German fans are in good voce after that equaliser and Bayern look to have gained the upper hand as they pin Chelsea back with another good spell of passing.
Chelsea will not just be able to sit back and soak up the pressure now and they spring forward with a swift attack, but the final ball is loose and goes behind for a goal-kick.
Ribery is full of confidence now as he catches a volley sweetly and nearly puts Bayern in front, but the ball just fizzes wide of the post.
GOAL! Ribery was not at his best in the first half but he makes amends by taking perhaps his hardest chance of the net and netting a stunning goal. Picking up possession 25 yards from goal, he let fly with a ferocious strike that Cech got his fingertips to but was unable to keep out.
Chelsea start the second half on the front foot as Torres tries to outfox his defender with a piece of kill but only manages to bamboozle himself and lose control.
Ryan Webster says: "Very intense game. Hugely impressed by Chelsea, especially with the likes of Shurrle, Oscar, Hazard, and would you believe it, Torres! He scored an amazing goal. Is his form back? I was a little surprised not seeing Mata starting after so many matches with no involvement. Let's hope that Chelsea hold on to the win!"
The half-time whistle goes without so much as a second of stoppage-time, and Chelsea hold a slender 1-0 lead thanks to Torres' magnificent early goal.
Luiz gets out quickly to close down Kroos and block his attempted cross from the right, before Cech makes a comfortable save from Robben's low 25 -yard strike.
Chelsea's defensive discipline shines through again as the attackers and midfielders retreat to help suffocate Bayern and break down another promising move for the Germans.
Cahill becomes the first player to be shown a yellow card after jumping into Muller in an aerial contest. He is not impressed by the decision but it has not been his first foul of the night.
Luiz charges forward to lead a threatening Chelsea counter-attack and they win a corner, which comes to nothing but at least gave the defence a bit of respite.
Chelsea are just getting pinned back at the moment and will be looking to get into half-time with their noses still in front so they can regroup.
Bayern cut through the Chelsea defence with another slick move as Robben's clever pass finds Muller, whose shot is half-blocked by Cahill and flies into the side-netting.
Ribery has not got his shooting boots with him tonight, as the Frenchman tries to bend a shot into the far corner from the left-hand edge of the area but only succeeds in hitting it high and wide to the sound of ironic cheers from the Chelsea support.
Bayern waste another good position as Ribery needlessly fouls Oscar and concedes a free-kick in Chelsea territory.
Muller's industry keeps Chelsea on their toes as he works hard to win the ball in a good position for Bayern, but on this occasion he lacks support and the danger fizzles out.
Schurrle shows good pace and trickery down the right before crossing the ball back for Torres in the centre. It is the same combination that produced Chelsea's goal and the Spaniard again does well, this time turning his defender before blazing narrowly over.
Ribery steps inside Ramires to give himself room for a shot on the edge of the box, but his effort just fades away from the post and Cech watches it travel harmlessly wide.
There have been some strong challenges going in all over the pitch and Luiz is very much at the centre of the action as he tussles with Mandzukic once more, but the referee does not have to make a decision on a foul as the flag is raised for offside.
Alaba this time shows what he can do in an attacking position with a surge forward to collect Ribery's pass, but his final ball into the centre does not quite find its mark and Chelsea scramble it away.
Chelsea's front four have looked really sharp so far and Hazard illustrates the point with a great piece of skill to get past Alaba close to the by-line, before cutting back a cross which is cleared by Bayern.
Bayern continue to apply pressure by winning a free-kick in a decent area, but Chelsea again hold firm at the back.
Cech is called into action to keep Chelsea's lead intact as he dives full-length to his left to turn Ribery's 20-yard shot behind for a corner. It had been a glorious move from Bayern to create the chance for Ribery, featuring some exquisite one-touch passes.
Chelsea have looked really dangerous on the counter-attack today and have a chance to score again as the ball is worked to Torres on the right-hand corner of the area, but his ambitious shot flies over the bar when he should really have crossed.
Bayern enjoy a decent spell of possession before the elusive Robben wriggles away from his man and delivers a low cross which is dug out by Luiz.
Chelsea win a corner following good work by Schurrle but the German's set-piece is comfortably claimed by Neuer.
Bayern have responded well since falling behind in a really open start to the game, with bot =h teams apparently more intent on attacking than defending.
Mandzukic tries to play in Muller with a clever pass but Cech is off his line quickly to dive at the forward's feet and gather the ball.
Bayern threaten to equalise almost immediately as Chelsea struggle to deal with a cross and the ball eventually falls for Lahm, who shoots straight at Cech when he could perhaps have done better.
GOAL! Torres fires Chelsea into a 1-0 lead with a fabulous goal. Hazard skips away from a couple of defenders in a direct run before spreading the ball out wide to Schurrle on the right. The German picks out Torres with a precise low cut-back and the Chelsea No.9 smashes in a powerful strike with his first touch.
Bayern carve out a good chance following a swift attack as Ribery finds himself in oceans of space on the left, but he drags his shot horribly and Chelsea breathe a sigh of relief.
Hazard tries his luck with a first-time half-volley from 25 yards which is scuffed harmlessly wide of Neuer's right-hand upright.
Luiz, who has been linked with a move elsewhere this summer, is spoken to by Swedish referee Jonas Eriksson following an altercation with Mandzukic.
There is an early half-chance for Mandzukic as he wins an aerial battle in the Chelsea box but can only direct his looping header beyond the far post.
It is understood that Mourinho and Guardiola had a warm handshake off camera before kick-off, as Bayern settle into an early groove with some patient passing in midfield.
Bayern get the game started and let us hope for a cracking game which sets us up for a wonderful season of European football.
There is a big build-up before kick-off as the players are kept waiting in the tunnel by an opening ceremony-type parade on the pitch which includes dancing girls wearing hoops. Dozens of balloons are attached to the hoops and are then released into the sky, much to the delight of an expectant crowd at the Eden Arena.
Joe says: "Good to see Luiz in the team but I can't see why Mata and Lukaku are missing. Mata is a world class player and he hasn't played once and Lukaku has to sit on the bench and watch Torres put in another mediocre display. Hoping for a great Chelsea win today 2-1, Oscar and Hazard on the score sheet."
Chris from Huddersfield says: "As much as I want Chelsea to win the UEFA Super Cup, I just can't see it happening because Bayern Munich have a lot of firepower in their team, and if the Germans perform to their potential tonight, it could be a long evening for the Londoners' defence. My head thinks a Bayern Munich win is the most likely result, but I really hope Mourinho's men prove me wrong because Chelsea are a team that I admire a lot."
Thomas K writes: "I'm a Chelsea fan. I think Chelsea will snatch the win 3-2. I reckon Manduzkic to score first. Then Hazard and Oscar to make it 2-1 to Chelsea. Robben then scoring the equaliser. And Mata to score last minute and win it for the Blues!"
Fernando Torres and David Luiz have been recalled by Mourinho, replacing Kevin de Bruyne and John Terry from the side that drew with Manchester United. Midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger is missing due to an ankle injury in a Bayern side featuring newly crowned European Player of the Year Franck Ribery and nine of the 11 players who began May's European Cup final defeat of Borussia Dortmund.
Let us hope it is an open and exciting game. Chelsea's goalless stalemate with Manchester United on Monday hardly set pulses racing and they were accused after the match of playing for a draw, having gone into the game without a recognised striker. There is no reason why there should not be an attacking approach from both sides tonight.
Chelsea fan Chris Parker is the first to get in touch, saying: "I think because Mourinho has made our defence far more solid, I see us winning the game. Also with the added psychological advantage of Bayern losing the last time we met in the Champions League final, I don't think they'll be at their best and they don't have Schweinsteiger or Martinez - two key players for them either. My prediction is 3-2 Chelsea with Schurrle, Lampard and Hazard scoring for Chelsea and Muller and Robben for Bayern. Although both teams are solid and well organised, I see there being a lot of goals and it being an exciting match."
Both sides have started their new domestic campaigns well, with Chelsea setting the pace at the top of the Premier League after taking seven points from their opening three games. Bayern have collected ten points from their first four Bundesliga games, but have not quite been in such free-scoring form as they were throughout most of last season and were held 1-1 by Freiburg in midweek.
The Champions League draw for the group stage took place in Monaco yesterday and fortune was smiling on Chelsea as they were placed in Group E alongside Schalke, Basel and Steaua Bucharest. Manchester City, meanwhile, will be very interested in assessing Bayern Munich's form after being drawn in the same group, which also contains CSKA Moscow and Viktoria Plzen.
Bayern Munich: Neuer, Rafinha, Boateng, Dante, Alaba, Lahm, Robben, Muller, Kroos, Ribery, Mandzukic. Subs: Starke, Van Buyten, Javi Martinez, Shaqiri, Pizarro, Gotze, Contento.
Chelsea: Cech, Ivanovic, Cahill, Luiz, Cole, Ramires, Lampard, Schurrle, Oscar, Hazard, Torres. Subs: Schwarzer, Essien, Mata, Mikel, Lukaku, Terry, Azpilicueta.
An intriguing subplot to proceedings tonight is the tactical battle between Mourinho and Guardiola, neither of whom were at the helm of these clubs last season. They know each other very well from their time in Spain, though, and Guardiola will be determined to continue his dominant record against Mourinho after succeeding Jupp Heynckes as Bayern boss.
Chelsea were of course involved in last season's Super Cup and they will be hoping for a different outcome after being thrashed 4-1 by a Radamel Falcao-inspired Atletico Madrid in Monaco. The Blues, managed at the time by Roberto Di Matteo, had previously beaten tonight's opponents Bayern on penalties at the Allianz Arena in the final of the 2012 Champions League. The Bundesliga side bounced back brilliantly from the heartbreak to be crowned European champions at Wembley in May thanks to a 2-1 victory over fellow Germans Borussia Dortmund. Chelsea, meanwhile, became the first holders of the Champions League to crash out at the group phase but did then go on to lift the Europa League under Rafa Benitez by beating Benfica.
Let us know your views and predictions by getting in touch at Lewis.Rutledge@bskyb.com, or via Twitter @SkySportsLewis. The full team news will be in shortly but which players are you particularly looking forward to following tonight? What kind of match are you expecting and who do you think will come out on top?
Welcome to our minute-by-minute commentary of the UEFA Super Cup in Prague, as Champions League holders Bayern Munich take on Europa League winners Chelsea in the traditional curtain-raiser for the new European season. It promises to be an absorbing encounter between two of the continent's top sides and there is the added interest of Jose Mourinho and Pep Guardiola resuming their battle of wits.