UEFA's Champions League draws need to be scrapped, or totally reimagined.
The format is so painfully boring, and the ridiculous ceremony does nothing other than bore the arse off of everyone in attendance and everyone watching at home.
Awkward interviews and former players struggling to unlock a miniature football with a piece of paper inside drawn out for an hour before we actually find out who is playing who, this year we were actually given a chuckle, possibly for the first time ever.
As the draws are made and the camera immediately cuts to one of the club's officials, we got to see exactly what it feels like to draw Bayern...
You can't blame him to be fair.
Group D also contains PSV Eindhoven and FC Rostov, so Atleti should still progress comfortably, although PSV did give them a very tough time in the knockout stages last season.