Barcelona vs Bayern Munich Highlights & Report 14 September 2021. UEFA Champions League. Referee: Oliver M. (Eng), Attendance: 39 737, Venue: Camp Nou (Barcelona)
Barcelona vs Bayern Munich Highlights 14 September 2021.
Goal – 0:1 – 34’Muller T.(Sane L.), Bayern MunichThomas Muller (Bayern Munich) picks it up in space and from the edge of the box lashes in a shot that is deflected past the helpless Marc-Andre ter Stegen. 0:1.
Goal – 0:2 – 56’Lewandowski R.(Musiala J.), Bayern MunichGoal! Robert Lewandowski (Bayern Munich) is quickest to react to the rebound and stabs the ball into the back of the net. It’s 0:2.
Goal – 0:3 – 85’Lewandowski R.(Gnabry S.), Bayern MunichGoal! Robert Lewandowski (Bayern Munich) was in the right place at the right time to get to the rebound inside the box and gleefully rifles the ball into the middle of the net. It’s 0:3.
Barcelona vs Bayern Munich Report 14 September 2021.
Bayern were able to overcome a strong start from the hosts to wrestle back control of the match, and looked the far more dangerous side going forward. Leroy Sané had their best chance of the early stages, thundering a volley that was saved by a combination of Marc-André Ter Stegen’s right glove and his face. Jamal Musiala saw a dangerous effort blocked, before the visitors went into the lead ten minutes before HT. Thomas Müller was left in far too much space outside the box, before his long-range shot deflected off Eric García, completely wrong footing Ter Stegen. The 32-year-old has now scored seven times in six meetings with Barcelona, meaning he’s now scored more against the Catalan giants than any other player in UCL history.
The visitors looked even more comfortable after the break before Robert Lewandowski doubled their lead. Barcelona had no answer for their play in and around the box, before Musiala’s shot rebounded off the post where the Polish international was waiting to pounce. Lewandowski added a third in the closing stages, this time capitalising on a Serge Gnabry effort that struck the woodwork before emphatically finishing Barca off. Incredibly, Lewandowski has now scored in 18 consecutive Bayern matches – scoring a total of 29 in that time.
Ronald Komena’s side offered very little threat in a desperate performance, but he’ll still be confident of progressing from a group that also contains Benfica and Dynamo Kyiv. Bayern, who barely progressed out of second gear, sent out a resounding message to the rest of Europe’s heavyweights about their credentials, as they search for their seventh European crown.