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Bayern Munich Fans Use High-Rise Office To Watch CSKA Match

01/10/2014 09:44 BST | Updated 01/10/2014 09:59 BST

Fifty-five Bayern Munich fans refused to let the authorities get the better of them for their behind-closed-doors Champions League match at CSKA Moscow.

Due to CSKA's racist fans the game had the air of a training ground match, right down to Bayern's sterile domination and slender lead in what turned out to be an easy win.

And the soporific occasion was witnessed by 55 nearby fans, who spent £5,400 for a high-rise office space overlooking the Arena Khimki.

Bastian Schweinsteiger's brother, Tobi, was also in attendance and tweeted: "Where there's a will, there's a way."

Bayern chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge later agreed to cover all costs for the loyal supporters.

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"This was not known to us and my colleague Jan Dreesen has indeed paid the rent for the game," he said.