In the UEFA Champions League round of 16 first-leg clash on Wednesday, hosts Lazio secured a 1-0 victory over 10-man Bayern Munich with Ciro Immobile's 69th-minute penalty goal.

Immobile successfully converted his penalty kick following a clumsy challenge by Bayern defender Dayot Upamecano on Gustav Isaksen, resulting in the French international being shown a straight red card and sent off.

Lazio's disciplined defense effectively stifled the German side's offensive efforts, leaving Bayern unable to produce any shots on target throughout the match.

According to ESPN Stats & Info, this marks the initial instance since February 2019 that Bayern has not managed to register a single shot on goal in a competitive match. Moreover, their 17 attempts represent the highest number of shots by a team in a UEFA Champions League game since 2010-11, despite failing to land any on target.

The Bavarians, who were considered favorites ahead of the game, were eager to recover from their 3-0 Bundesliga defeat to leaders Bayer Leverkusen last Saturday, a result that saw them fall five points behind the top spot.

As they head back to Munich, the pressure mounts on coach Thomas Tuchel and his team following their consecutive defeats.

They haven't managed to find the net in their past two matches.

Bayern began strongly, applying high pressure on the Italians and generating early opportunities for Joshua Kimmich and Kane, both of whom narrowly missed the mark.

The Italians, who suffered a 6-2 aggregate defeat to Bayern at this same stage three years ago, retaliated with a powerful strike from Luis Alberto that narrowly missed Manuel Neuer's goal.

As the game progressed, the tempo slowed down, and Bayern encountered difficulties breaking through the disciplined Italian defense. It wasn't until the 40th minute that they posed another threat, with Musiala firing over the bar from close range.