Tuesday April 23, 2013 Semifinal Finished Allianz-Arena

Bayern Munich 4 - 0 FC Barcelona

  • Müller 25’, 82’
  • Gomez 49’
  • Robben 73’

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  1. Champions League - Brilliant Bayern demolish Barcelona

    Champions League - Brilliant Bayern demolish Barcelona

    Bayern Munich produced a devastating performance to thrash Barcelona 4-0 at the Allianz Arena. More

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    Time:90'
    • Bayern Munich
    • FC Barcelona
    • 90+4' There's the final whistle. Have that. Incredible performance from Bayern Munich - tepid from Barcelona - and it will take a miracle to keep Barca in the tournament.
    • 90+3' Robben swerves a shot over from the edge of the box... in fact it gets a touch so a corner.
    • 90+2' Barca racking up the bookings now - Iniesta sees yellow for a foul on Martinez.
    • 90+1' Three minutes of stoppage time to be played.
    • 90' The brilliant Robben gets a standing ovation as he comes across to take a throw-in on the Bayern right.
    • 89' Jordi Alba's a lucky man. He frustratedly tosses the ball into Robben's face but only picks up a booking. Mind you, that does rule him of the second leg - also known as 'the rest of Barcelona's Champions League campaign'.
    • 88' Barcelona sub: Xherdan Shaqiri on for Franck Ribery.
    • 87' It's party time here as Arjen Robben throws himself into a sliding tackle and fortunately fails to make contact. Steady, Arjen.
    • 86' Robben sprints away from Alexis Sanchez ho tugs him back and it's a free-kick for Bayern.
    • 84' The Allianz Arena is absolutely jumping, Bayern Munich have destroyed a team still widely considered the best in the world. Magnificent.
    • 83' Meanwhile, Bayern have brought on Claudio Pizarro for Thomas Mueller.
    • 83' Barcelona sub: Bit late now - David Villa on for Pedro.
    • 82' GUTE NACHT!! Thomas Mueller makes it 4-0 Bayern Munich! Barcelona surely dead and buried. Ribery lays it off to Alaba down the left and Mueller turns in his low cross. What a performance.
    • 81' Alves is back on his feet and should be OK to continue. Still no subs from Vilanova.
    • 80' Nearly four! Mueller gets in, but Valdes does well to race out and smother the shot - then Alves stays down after a collision with Schweinsteiger.
    • 79' All Barca possession, but still they struggle to make inroads. Messi punts a long ball straight at Neuer.
    • 78' Sanchez takes a tumble inside the box, but referee Victor Kassai tells him to stop being silly and get up. Or at least that's what I think he said.
    • 77' The visitors are virtually camped out inside the Bayern half. Have they got anything left in the tank?
    • 76' Barcelona free-kick 40 yards out... into the box where Bartra takes it into acres of space - he must score, but he blazes it over. That was not Barcelona composure there... Bartra not the man you'd want that to fall to.
    • 75' Barcelona really have to score now, and Messi gets on the ball with a sense of urgency for just about the first time.
    • 74' Well, now. Bayern Munich have a three-goal lead! Two of the goals have question marks over them but you have to say Bayern have been superb.
    • 73' GOAL!!! A brilliant individual effort by Arjen Robben, aided by a sneaky Thomas Mueller block on Jordi Alba! Fantastic dribbling and finish from Robben, but there was a clear foul by Mueller...
    • 73' Pedro crosses from the left towards Pique - Neuer only gets a slight touch on it but Bayern survive!
    • 72' That rather makes Bayern's intentions clear. They're very happy with 2-0 and would like it to stay that way.
    • 71' Bayern sub: Luis Gustavo comes on for Mario Gomez.
    • 70' Lahm's cross hits Pique and goes out for yet another corner.
    • 69' Finally Messi dribbles into the box.. he takes on two players but sees his shot hit Dante and go behind for a corner.
    • 68' The change is going to come from Bayern, who are preparing Luis Gustavo to come on.
    • 67' More pressure from Barcelona, but Pedro gives the ball away looking for Sanchez. How long until Tito Vilanova makes a change? Fabregas and Villa among those on the bench.
    • 66' Mueller tuns his man and has time to cross, but he dawdles and eventually Iniesta takes the ball off him.
    • 66' Ribery sprints beyond his man and crosses left-footed - it's a poor delivery over the two red shirts in the centre.
    • 65' Another imprecise cross from Alba to the edge of the box... this time cut out by Alaba.
    • 64' Schweisteiger goes in a touch late on Xavi, and that's a free-kick. No booking, which is probably fair enough.
    • 63' Better from Barcelona - Alba has space to cross from the left and his ball, intended for Messi, is cut out.
    • 62' Xavi releases the sprinting Alves down the right... he keeps the ball in and pulls it back, but cannot find a team-mate.
    • 61' Barcelona are still dominating possession (65%) at the moment - but they have just done nothing with it. Still time, though.
    • 60' Here come Bayern on the break! Robben drifts inside and spots the run from the overlapping Ribery... it's a tough pass to execute, and it rolls beyond the Frenchman.
    • 59' Messi cuts inside from the left, but once again Bayern swarm all over him and cvut out his intended pass. He's having a horrible night.
    • 58' Ribery swings the free-kick in and it's met by Robben who directs his header just wide! That was a real chance for the Dutchman!
    • 57' Alves flattens Mueller and here's another chance for Bayern to put the ball into a dangerous area in the box.
    • 56' The question is: would Barcelona take a 2-0 defeat? One the one hand, they're getting slaughtered and need to stop the rot. On the other, would that be too great a deficit to overturn against excellent opponents?
    • 55' Robben finds Ribery on the left side of the box - the Frenchman can't quite get the ball out from under his feet and drags his shot wide.
    • 54' Iniesta wins the ball, but Boateng meets it with a booming clearance. They know when to be subtle, and when to be direct, do Bayern.
    • 53' Incredibly, Barcelona have only won three of their last 15 away knockout matches in this competition - looks like being three in 16.
    • 52' Bayern are all over Barcelona, who have been a pale shadow of themselves and need to step it up pronto.
    • 51' If you haven't already, you need to hit the Gomez button! www.gomezbutton.de
    • 50' Robben hit a deep corner from the right, Mueller nodded back across goal and Gomez finished from close range. But was the striker offside? Looked like he might have been...
    • 49' TOR! Bayern Munich 2-0 Barcelona - Mario Gomez bundles in from another corner and Barca are in deep trouble!
    • 49' Yet another handball appeal from Bayern as Javi Martinez chases a clipped through ball over the top! Bartra was the defender, but it looks like a good decision.
    • 48' Sanchez plays a through ball to Iniesta. The offside flag goes up, wrongly, but in any case Neuer scrambles out and gets to the ball first.
    • 47' Javi Martinez has kept Andres Iniesta quiet, but now a nibble at his countryman's heels earns him a yellow card.
    • 46' Seocnd half under way! No personnel changes from either side, but will we see a change in approach from Barca?
    • 45' No added time, and that's half-time! Bayern Munich deservedly lead. We need to see more from Barcelona after the break.
    • 45' I don't really see the point of Xavi lumping corners into the mixer when Barcelona have so few excellent headers of the ball.
    • 44' Alves meets a challenge from Schweinsteiger as he cuts inside from the right, but it's a corner for Barcelona.
    • 43' Messi through ball intended for Jordi Alba, but the ball skips beyond him and out for a goal kick.
    • 42' Ribery dances away from a couple of challenges inside his own box... a few palpitations among the Bayern fans but he gets away with it!
    • 41' This is obviously the time when we start asking questions about Messi's fitness. Though it's also entirely possible Bayern are just playing a disciplined game extremely well.
    • 40' Messi escapes the clutches of Martinez but almost immediately Mueller flies in with a tackle. He's had no joy at all tonight, Messi...
    • 39' Bartra flies in clumsily and late on Mueller and that's another yellow card for the inexperienced Barcelona man.
    • 38' Given away again by Barcelona, who have been uncharacteristically sloppy in their use of the ball.
    • 37' Yellow card for Gomez - he made a crass, barging challenge on Messi and that was always going to be a booking.
    • 36' Another corner for Bayern, who are well in control at the moment.
    • 35' Ribery goes down in a heap under Bartra's challenge - no foul, say the ref, and he's right.
    • 34' Lovely touch on the left from Ribery to keep the ball in play. Beautiful control though Bayern do nothing with possession.
    • 33' The official behind the goal never does anything - we know that. Though on that occasion he did manage to get in the way of the replay. Cheers, fella.
    • 32' Bayern want a penalty as the ball comes in from the corner... Dante's header hit Sanchez on the arm though the Barca man knew nothing about it. Good decision.
    • 32' Great sliding tackle from Schweinsteiger to dispossess Messi, and the crowd greets it with a huge roar.
    • 31' Well, this certainly makes things interesting. If Barcelona fail to score tonight they'll have a real mountain to climb at home. Mind, they lost 2-0 in the first leg to Milan and blew them out of the water. Don't think that'll happen again.
    • 30' Vital touch from Dante!! He gets a toenail on Pedro's cross from the right and puts it out for a corner... Messi was unmarked behind him.
    • 29' Hmm... Dante had his arms all over Dani Alves when he headed the ball back across goal for Mueller.
    • 28' Mueller releases Robben down the right channel but Pique is quickly in attendance to snuff out the danger.
    • 27' Remember Mueller's crazy celebration from the Champions League final? This wasn't far off...
    • 26' Dante met Robben's cross with an initial header, Barcelona couldn't get anything on the ball and it fell for Mueller at the right post who stooped and nodded in - Valdes unable to keep the ball out.
    • 25' GOAL! Thomas Mueller heads Bayern Munich into the lead from close range after Barcelona fail to clear a corner!
    • 24' Bartra meets a long through ball for Gomez with an unconvincing header - another corner for Bayern.
    • 23' Now Busquets gives it away - but Barcelona close down so diligently they soon snuff out the danger. Midway through the first half, no goals.
    • 22' Valdes flaps at Robben's corner and gets a weak punch away... but he wins a free-kick for an offence in the six-yard box.
    • 21' Bartra gives it away to Schweinsteiger who slides a quick through ball for Gomez who loses out... but Bayern do get a corner on their right.
    • 20' Neither side is playing for the draw here - but they both prize possession so much they're not really taking the risks necessary to break the opposition down.
    • 19' Jupp Heynckes sits calmly in his seat with a wodge of paper and a pen on his knee, like he's attending a slightly dull conference.
    • 18' Robben takes a quick corner to the edge of the box, receives a return pass and... is offside.
    • 17' The replay of that Pique handball suggests he might have got away with one there - had plenty of time to get arm out of way and didn't - if anything, he leant into the ball slightly.
    • 16' Another headed clearance from Pique lands to Mueller who fires off a first-time shot from a tight angle but it's straight at Valdes.
    • 15' Lahm's 20-yarder hits Pique and goes behind for a corner. Bayern claim for a handball, but referee Kassai doesn't want to know.
    • 14' Alaba steps up to intercept a pass intended for Lionel Messi. Neither side giving much away.
    • 13' Bayern play it around in that metronomic way of theirs. They are bossing possession so far but Bayern have had the better chance through Robben early on.
    • 12' Let's face facts: it's not been the high-octane start we'd hoped for. But hang tight, it'll warm up.
    • 11' Some suggestions re: the overwatering of the pitch that Bayern have done it deliberately to slow Barca down (or even drown Messi!) - not sure about that. Bayern can usually hold their own at home...
    • 10' Pique tries to spread the play with a 60-yard diagonal ball down the right that Dani Alves just cannot catch up with.
    • 9' Xavi meets the ball with a header but cannot direct it goalwards. The ball actually flicked off Dante's massive hair on its way out, but a goal kick is awarded.
    • 9' Alaba blocks Pedro's cross from the right but it's a corner for the visitors, which Xavi will take.
    • 8' Long spell of possession from Barcelona. Bayern closing down but having to be patient. Both sides used to hogging the ball...
    • 7' Messi directs play with his arms, though he may well be yet to have a kick.. he finally gets it but is quickly closed down by two opponents.
    • 6' Bayern weren't happy about a challenge by Bartra on Gomes in the box, claiming their man was barged. The replay confirms there was absolutely nothing in it.
    • 5' Ribery swings in a corner from the left, which is met by the bald head of Pique.
    • 4' It hasn't been a wet day in Munich, but water spalshes up in the centre circle as the players battle. The ball moving OK elsewhere though... Oddly over-watered...
    • 3' Schweinsteiger trips Xavi for the game's first foul. referee Victor Kassai looks like he might book the midfielder, but he thinks better of it.
    • 2' Chance! Gomez backheels into the path of Robben who takes a touch then toepokes goalwards and Valdes saves with his legs!
    • 2' Robben finds the overlapping Lahm whose cross is cleared, and bayern are straight on the front foot.
    • 1' And off we go! Barcelona are playing from left to right as we see it, and they're in their home kit despite the flashes of red. Bayern all in red.
    • 19:42 Out come the teams as the fans hold up coloured cards to make a red-and-white backdrop to the sides' entrance. And the Champions League anthem plays...
    • 19:40 The atmosphere in the Allianz Arena is absolutely electric. This is going to be quite an encounter. Just minutes away now...
    • 19:35 Our man Reda Maher thinks this will be a battle of the ball-winners, Busquets v Javi Martinez. Have a read and see if you agree in our Pitchside Europe blog.
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    • 19:30 Bayern's preparation for this has been disrupted by the news that their president Uli Hoeness has been arrested (and bailed) on suspicion of tax evasion.
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    • 19:25 Tonight's odds - and it's not often Barcelona find themselves significant underdogs: Bayern Munich 11/10, Draw 27/10, Barcelona 13/5.
    • 19:20 And the same scoreline is expected by @ironcub14: "Predicting a good open 2-2 spectacle btwn Bayern n FCB!"
    • 19:20 @EljefeDawit forecasts: "Barca should've started with villa and Abidal they'll regret it. I predict a 2-2 tie."
    • 19:20 A few of your tweets now: @eknoor97 says: "fabregas should be in place for sanchez cuz sanchez has not been in his best form and fabregas played a good game on saturday"
    • 19:15 Some breaking news from elsewhere: Luis Suarez has accepted a charge of violent conduct for biting Branislav Ivanovic - BUT he says he does not deserve any more than a three-match ban.
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    • 19:10 We've put up two posts on our Facebook page inviting fans to declare their support for one team or the other - and at the moment Bayern Munich are shading it! Visit our Facebook page to have your say!
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    • 19:05 And a stat for Barcelona fans: 'Barcelona have reached the Champions League semi-finals for the sixth consecutive season, a record in the history of the competition.'
    • 19:00 A stat for Bayern fans: 'Barcelona have only won one of their six competitive encounters with Bayern Munich (two draws, three defeats). Barcelona have never won away against Bayern Munich (two draws, one defeat).'
    • 18:55 The big news for Barcelona is that Lionel Messi starts after recovering from a hamstring injury. However, they still have injury problems most notably at the back where the unheralded Marc Bartra starts in central defence.
    • 18:50 It has already been quite a day for Bayern Munich, who have confirmed the signing of Mario Goetze from Borussia Dortmund - Goetze will become the most expensive German player in history when he moves on July 1.
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    • 18:45 So, what do you make of those line-ups? I'm Alex Chick, and you can get in touch with me on Twitter - @alexchick81
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    • 18:35 BAYERN MUNICH: Neuer, Lahm, Boateng, Dante, Alaba, Martinez, Schweinsteiger, Robben, Mueller, Ribery, Gomez... Subs: Starke, Van Buyten, Rafinha, Shaqiri, Luiz Gustavo, Tymoshchuk, Pizarro. // BARCELONA: Valdes, Alves, Bartra, Pique, Alba, Busquets, Iniesta, Xavi, Pedro, Messi, Sanchez.... Subs: Pinto, Montoya, Abidal, Fabregas, Thiago, Song, Villa.
    • 18:35 Welcome to LIVE coverage of the Champions League semi-final first leg between Bayern Munich and Barcelona at the Allianz Arena.
  • Summary

    • 90+4' There's the final whistle. Have that. Incredible performance from Bayern Munich - tepid from Barcelona - and it will take a miracle to keep Barca in the tournament.
    • 90+2' Barca racking up the bookings now - Iniesta sees yellow for a foul on Martinez.
    • 89' Jordi Alba's a lucky man. He frustratedly tosses the ball into Robben's face but only picks up a booking. Mind you, that does rule him of the second leg - also known as 'the rest of Barcelona's Champions League campaign'.
    • 88' Barcelona sub: Xherdan Shaqiri on for Franck Ribery.
    • 86' Robben sprints away from Alexis Sanchez ho tugs him back and it's a free-kick for Bayern.
    • 83' Meanwhile, Bayern have brought on Claudio Pizarro for Thomas Mueller.
    • 83' Barcelona sub: Bit late now - David Villa on for Pedro.
    • 82' GUTE NACHT!! Thomas Mueller makes it 4-0 Bayern Munich! Barcelona surely dead and buried. Ribery lays it off to Alaba down the left and Mueller turns in his low cross. What a performance.
    • 80' Nearly four! Mueller gets in, but Valdes does well to race out and smother the shot - then Alves stays down after a collision with Schweinsteiger.
    • 76' Barcelona free-kick 40 yards out... into the box where Bartra takes it into acres of space - he must score, but he blazes it over. That was not Barcelona composure there... Bartra not the man you'd want that to fall to.
    • 73' GOAL!!! A brilliant individual effort by Arjen Robben, aided by a sneaky Thomas Mueller block on Jordi Alba! Fantastic dribbling and finish from Robben, but there was a clear foul by Mueller...
    • 71' Bayern sub: Luis Gustavo comes on for Mario Gomez.
    • 58' Ribery swings the free-kick in and it's met by Robben who directs his header just wide! That was a real chance for the Dutchman!
    • 49' TOR! Bayern Munich 2-0 Barcelona - Mario Gomez bundles in from another corner and Barca are in deep trouble!
    • 47' Javi Martinez has kept Andres Iniesta quiet, but now a nibble at his countryman's heels earns him a yellow card.
    • 46' Seocnd half under way! No personnel changes from either side, but will we see a change in approach from Barca?
    • 45' No added time, and that's half-time! Bayern Munich deservedly lead. We need to see more from Barcelona after the break.
    • 39' Bartra flies in clumsily and late on Mueller and that's another yellow card for the inexperienced Barcelona man.
    • 37' Yellow card for Gomez - he made a crass, barging challenge on Messi and that was always going to be a booking.
    • 32' Bayern want a penalty as the ball comes in from the corner... Dante's header hit Sanchez on the arm though the Barca man knew nothing about it. Good decision.
    • 30' Vital touch from Dante!! He gets a toenail on Pedro's cross from the right and puts it out for a corner... Messi was unmarked behind him.
    • 25' GOAL! Thomas Mueller heads Bayern Munich into the lead from close range after Barcelona fail to clear a corner!
    • 2' Chance! Gomez backheels into the path of Robben who takes a touch then toepokes goalwards and Valdes saves with his legs!
    • 1' And off we go! Barcelona are playing from left to right as we see it, and they're in their home kit despite the flashes of red. Bayern all in red.
    • 19:20 And the same scoreline is expected by @ironcub14: "Predicting a good open 2-2 spectacle btwn Bayern n FCB!"
    • 19:20 @EljefeDawit forecasts: "Barca should've started with villa and Abidal they'll regret it. I predict a 2-2 tie."
    • 19:20 A few of your tweets now: @eknoor97 says: "fabregas should be in place for sanchez cuz sanchez has not been in his best form and fabregas played a good game on saturday"
    • 18:45 So, what do you make of those line-ups? I'm Alex Chick, and you can get in touch with me on Twitter - @alexchick81
    • 18:35 BAYERN MUNICH: Neuer, Lahm, Boateng, Dante, Alaba, Martinez, Schweinsteiger, Robben, Mueller, Ribery, Gomez... Subs: Starke, Van Buyten, Rafinha, Shaqiri, Luiz Gustavo, Tymoshchuk, Pizarro. // BARCELONA: Valdes, Alves, Bartra, Pique, Alba, Busquets, Iniesta, Xavi, Pedro, Messi, Sanchez.... Subs: Pinto, Montoya, Abidal, Fabregas, Thiago, Song, Villa.
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      Yellow Card 7.6 8
      Goal 7.7 9
      Goals ×2 Substitution Out83′ 8.2 9
      Substitution Out89′ 7.6 8
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  1. bayren 1 -barca 0 and referee 3 barca 0 OK referee­ will pay too much for that .............

    From Hassoun, on Sat 27 Apr 16:01
  2. Bayern VS Dortmund final

    From Ali, on Fri 26 Apr 14:11
  3. Bayern VS Dortmund final

    From Ibraheem SM, on Thu 25 Apr 18:43
  4. I blame the coach for not leading the game because­ second half he was supposed to bring abidal song,and­ cecs to save messi's injury.

    From Steaky, on Thu 25 Apr 11:43
  5. 2013 should be dubbed year of Bayern and Germany.

    From Amir, on Wed 24 Apr 18:20
  6. I dont know the algorithm used in calculating ball­ possession but watching yesterdays game -Bayern­ (34.3%) V Barcelona (65.7%) s possession, I guess­ this should be reviewed personal opinion though. ­ I guess the algorithm for ball possession should not­ give same count for possession in teams half and the­ opponents half.

    From Sonny, on Wed 24 Apr 11:47
  7. While I don't think Barcelona have played as well­ this season and I remember saying after the Milan­ game..... if you get at the Barca defence you can­ score goals I cetainly did not expect that­ result.....Not even Messi at his very best can turn­ that score round.....Then again Bayern Munich always­ reach the later stages of this competition.....Bayern­ will not concede five goals in the second leg

    From Raymond, on Wed 24 Apr 10:18
  8. Ohhhh far too many are signalling the death of Barca­ here. Trust me its not. This game alone isnt over­ yet, just half time, and the Nou Camp with 100000 and a­ fit again Messi, will make a big difference. Enough??­ Probably not, but they will give it a go. If they­ lose, in the summer Villa will go, and i think you will­ see a striker or two arrive, possible Aguero, and at­ least 1 world class centre half. This will not be the­ end because they lost one game.

    From david w, on Wed 24 Apr 9:45
  9. Shows what a good result Arsenal had at bayern. If only­ the gunners were stronger at the back during the home­ leg!!!

    From Terry, on Wed 24 Apr 9:39
  10. Some weeks ago on these pages I posted,in anticipation­ of this tie,that where Barca like to play round­ opponenents with their one-touch style of play,Bayern­ Munich simply use their muscle to play straight through­ the oppostion.This is exactly what happened last­ night,Barcelona were brushed aside as if they were not­ there.This not to say that B.M.do not have a very­ talented squad and with the useful addition of Goetz­ from Dortmund and Pep Guardiola taking over next­ season,look for European domination by the German­ champions

    From PETER, on Wed 24 Apr 9:19
  11. HORAS...BRAVO BAYERN MUNCHEN!

    From Lusmarjon, on Wed 24 Apr 5:33
  12. I am wondering if Munich doesn't show in the next­ play against Barcelona, It's gonna be 0-3 to­ Barcelona. Am I right? so Munich will be advanced to­ the final!

    From Sina, on Wed 24 Apr 4:23
  13. yeahhh!! finallllyyyy barca is beaten out in a big­ margin of goal... i'd like to see bayern munich vs­ real madrid in final CL..

    From jock uchihas, on Wed 24 Apr 4:13
  14. no #$%$ about the ref barca! you got away with two­ clear penalty

    From adib, on Tue 23 Apr 23:47
  15. see, possession isn't everything barca 65.7% to­ bayerns 34.3, liverpool is the biggest example of that­ anyway. honestly i didn't expect 4-0 but, i­ wouldn't have questioned there quality,

    From Ash, on Tue 23 Apr 23:15
  16. If they overturn this one, they will be the greatest­ team ever. 5-0? impossible.

    From Luckie, on Tue 23 Apr 23:11
  17. Hand Ball, off side goal, inconspicuous diving,­ tantrum, verbal abuse... brilliant ball possession,­ good goal blockage, wonderful defense and brilliant­ attacking strategy... a wonderful match! One hardly see­ all this drama from other teams...Hoping for a German­ vs. German final though, because of the German creative­ attacking strategies is always wonderful to watch and­ it'll be as if Cinderella vs. retribution story

    From , on Tue 23 Apr 22:47
  18. Ok, first of all, refereeing was simply awful, as has­ become a norm due to FIFA mafiosi blocking video­ replays. Second, Villanova should leave. He was only­ walking there looking sad and failed to react to match­ events. Third, barcelona players are way too short­ which seriously hampers their defence and attack. 4th,­ new players aee needed, away with valdes, better­ defenders etc. That might help.

    From ----, on Tue 23 Apr 22:36
  19. No muller man of the match? This guys must be mad­ muller made it all for bayern

    From darbaz k, on Tue 23 Apr 22:28
  20. Bravo FC Bayern Mnchen!!! Super team!!! Super game!!!

    From Farkhodjon, on Tue 23 Apr 22:11
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