Hans Flick’s side beat Frank Lampard’s 4-1 and reached the UEFA Champions League quarter-finals after 5-1 on aggregate.
With very different realities found on the playing field, Bayern Munich He beat 4-1 Chelsea at Allianz Arena for the round of the last 16 of the Champions League, thus achieving a 7-1 overall.
Far from being satisfied with the result of the first leg, the Bavarians took the lead at home in the 10th minute with a goal from Robert Lewandowski from a penalty, and only a few minutes later they increased the advantage through Perisic, who received from the Polish attacker .
The Blues, knowing themselves out of the competition, went to look for the goal for the honor and, although a goal from Hudson-Odoi was annulled by the VAR at 27 ‘, Tammy Abraham discounted for the visitors on the close of the first half, pushing the ball inside the small area.
In the second half, the intensity decreased clearly and gradually with the distribution of the ball between various intervals of the game, although with the locals having the most important opportunities to increase the score.
And so did the homeowners, first with Tolisso’s score, enabled by Lewandowski. The same forward was in charge of scoring his double with a great header for the final 4-1.
In this way, Bayern Munich ratifies its great moment, the one with which the Bundesliga ended, and advances in the Champions League, where it will face Barcelona in the quarterfinals in a single match in Lisbon.
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