The Bavarians had no mercy and resolved the story with an 8-2 against a lost Blaugrana in Lisbon.
Bayern Munich achieved an unforgettable 8-2 win Barcelona in Lisbon, with absolute superiority in the game, and that served him to get into the semifinals of the Champions League.
The start gave no respite. Thomas Muller scored in just two minutes of play, after Robert Lewandowski’s first-rate assist, but the Blaugrana reacted from the goal against David Alaba in the 7th minute. In the next play, Manuel Neuer became a giant and managed to cover the hand in hand against Luis Suárez, in the previous one of what was a Lionel Messi center that nobody deflected and hit the stick.
However, Quique Setién’s team’s options ended with that attempt by the Argentine captain. Ivan Perisic put the German team ahead and marked the start of a crushing German game against an opponent who could not find answers.
Serge Gnabry finished a great one-touch collective action and stretched the gap at 27 ‘. Barcelona served from the middle, lost possession and again suffered a new goal from Thomas Muller with an advance inside the area to a center from the right.
At the beginning of the complement, at 57 ‘, Luis Suárez played it and got Barça to get closer on the scoreboard thanks to a great individual action until he was able to define against Neuer. Bayern did not wake up and achieved the fifth, at 62 ‘, in a fantastic overflow from Alphonso Davies that ended with Kimmich’s touch on goal.
Those led by Flick went for more and humiliated their rival. Lewandowski was present on the scoreboard with a header in minute 82, while the win was closed by Brazilian Phillipe Coutinho. The former Blaugrana scored a double on the closing, at 85 ‘and 89’, to finalize a historic 8-2.
Bayern Munich will play the semifinals on Wednesday 19 against the winner of Manchester City-Lyon, to be able to return to Da Luz on Sunday 23 in the grand final of the Champions 2019/20.
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