Bayern destroy Barça in Champions League quarter-final 2019/20

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German champions Bayern Munich humiliated Barcelona by a stunning 8/2 win on Friday and easily qualified for the semi-finals of the Champions League, unusually.

Thomas Muller scored twice for Bayern, who led 4/1 after an astonishing 31 minutes, as Lionel Messi and his teammates conceded a hard-to-beat defeat in the near future.

It all started with Bayern’s advancement in the fourth minute, when Muller crossed Ivan Perisic from the left flank and cleverly played one-to-two with Robert Lewandowski before slotting the net.

But within three minutes, Barcelona regained their balance, and from a very long ball from Clement Lenglet, Jordi Alba received it to pass to Luis Suarez, but David Alaba exposed the ball and accidentally scored in his own goal to become the score 1/1.

Then came two attempts by Barcelona that could have changed the match, as Luis Suarez wasted alone with Neuer and Messi crossed a cross that collided with the left post.

But the Germans quickly regained their lead in the 21st minute and made a second goal through Perisic, then Bayern added the third goal, as Barcelona opened the defense again easily when Thiago Alcantara got a large space in midfield to find Leon Goretzka, who passed a wonderful ball to Gnabry to score the third goal.

Then Muller returned to score this second for him and the fourth for his team after a pass from his colleague Kimmish, to end the first half with Bayern’s victory by 4/1.

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In the second half, Barcelona wanted to reduce the score, so he changed at the beginning of the half, so he pushed Griezmann in place of Sergio Roberto to create a numerical increase in the attack and in the 57th minute he was able to score the second goal through Luis Suarez from Jordi Alba’s pass, elusive Suarez Boating, and hit the ball north of goalkeeper Neuer to become the result 4/2 .

But Bayern Munich continued to press Barcelona and then from the individual effort of the left-back Davis, who dodged the Barcelona players and passed the ball to his colleague Kimmich to score the fifth goal, amid the amazement of the Barcelona players who collapsed completely after this goal.

Then, after 8 minutes, Lewandowski scored the fifth goal after a pass by Coutinho, who was loaned by the Catalan club, which participated in the final minutes, and passed a goal and scored two goals, ending the score with a spectacular defeat for Barcelona 8/2.

It should be noted that Barcelona and Bayern Munich have the same number of titles in the tournament and Bayern are on a date to overtake Barcelona and break the partnership and win the sixth title, and Bayern Munich will meet the winner in the match that will bring together Olympique Lyon and Manchester City this evening in the last meeting of the quarter-round.

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