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Die zuvor so selbstbewussten Münchner zeigen beim Aus gegen Liverpool die schwächste und lebloseste Darbietung seit langem. Als der. Nach dem Champions-League-Aus gegen Liverpool gärt es beim FC Bayern. Mats Hummels und Robert Lewandowski bemängeln fehlenden. Bayern München» Bilanz gegen Liverpool FC. Bayern Vs Liverpool

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Die zuvor so selbstbewussten Münchner zeigen beim Aus gegen Liverpool die schwächste und lebloseste Darbietung seit langem. Als der. Mit einer schwachen Leistung verlieren die Bayern in der Champions League gegen Liverpool. Damit ist zum ersten Mal seit keine. Die Münchnern verloren das Rückspiel gegen den FC Liverpool vor eigenem Publikum mit (). Manuel Neuer patzt, die Bayern sind raus.

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Click to follow ES Sport. With the first leg ending goalless at Anfield, there is everything to play for at the Allianz Arena tonight.

Liverpool are arguably in the driving seat, as a score draw would take them through to the quarter-finals. However, it should also be mentioned that Jurgen Klopp's side have managed to get this far in the competition despite losing every single one of their away games in the competition so far this season, while Bayern have been on a superb run to return to the top of the Bundesliga table.

It's fair to say that the first goal will be massive tonight. If Bayern score, the game should tighten up - but if Liverpool get it, it could be an end-to-end battle with plenty of goals.

Liverpool will be without Naby Keita due to a minor injury. Both of their last trips away have ended in goalless draws - against Manchester United and arch rivals Everton - but that result tonight would at least guarantee the Reds extra-time in Munich.

The worrying fact about Liverpool's Champions League record is that they've lost five straight games away from home, a run stretching back to April when they beat Manchester City But with Virgil van Dijk back in the side, an improved defensive display could be key in securing their passage to the last eight.

Everything is back to normal at Bayern Munich after a rocky start to the season under new coach Niko Kovac. Photo: AFP.

Things were always going to be difficult for the Croatian in the early stages but to be nine points off Dortmund in the Bundesliga title race was a point of concern.

Kovac was reportedly clinging onto his job in October after a shock home defeat to Borussia Moenchengladbach but suddenly, it all clicked into place.

Bayern have lost just twice in all competitions since then, winning eight of their 11 home matches in that time.

Most recently, they smashed Wolfsburg for six to follow up a away crushing of Gladbach, exacting the perfect revenge for the defeat in October.

Now they've replaced Dortmund at the top of the Bundesliga on goal difference and are showing no signs of slowing down. The goalless draw at Liverpool, last year's finalists, in the first leg could be regarded as a step in the right direction and with their superior home record, Bayern must be feeling confident ahead of tonight's second leg.

Bayern Munich have only failed to score in one of their last 26 Champions League matches at the Allianz Arena - a draw with Sevilla in April Photo: Reuters.

The French veteran starred at the weekend with a hat-trick of assists in the demolition of Wolfsburg and has apparently been selected in the starting XI by Niko Kovac, which could mean Kingsley Coman is on the bench.

Certainly, the Brazilian would have been brought in for nights like this and after performing well in the first leg, to be starting on the bench must be a blow for the former Monaco man.

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Fortuna Duesseldorf 2. Erzgebirge Aue 1. Bayern have a free-kick, Alaba appears to fancy a ping. This is about 35 yards out so he's going to have to hit it hard.

L iverpool are still through on away goals at the moment, so are technically winning this one still. That goal will have given Bayern confidence though.

It's a ball over the top - just like Liverpool's! Robertson loses his man and Matip sticks his leg out inside the six yard box, turning it into his own goal before Lewandowski can get there.

The goal is Robertson's fault. J ames has lost his cool and barges Fabinho out the way, knocking him to the ground. It's not a booking or anything but Bayern have a free-kick.

R ibery tries to win a free-kick by falling over when someone is tight to him - clearly not a foul - Liverpool break, Salah uses skill to evade another challenge and then Mane slips in Robertson on the overlap.

He has the keeper to beat! And blasts a shot at the near post which Neuer pushes behind. S alah tries to break away but has four players to beat and doesn't quite have it in him.

Ex-Liverpool player Philippe Coutinho has just scored for Barca in their game against Lyon, in case you were interested.

They're up against Lyon. Bayern still aren't doing much with the ball. Salah has just played his way out from defence with an absolutely outstanding bit of skill, rolling the ball on one boot and flicking it with the other, holding defenders off.

L iverpool look the team more likely to attack next though and were it not for a couple of bad passes aimed towards the final third might have been able to get in again.

Mane is having a great game, dribbling round players, sprinting past others, skinning defenders with skill - he's great.

V an Dijk hits a ball over the top, Mane controls it superbly and Neuer is right behind him at the edge of the box!

That's sweeper keepering gone wrong. M ane completely bins him with a clever turn and then chips a ball into the back of the net!

Great goal - out of nothing! F irmino has a chance to shoot and takes it! The ball flies wide of the near post.

Bayern try to break with a few attacking players but Matip reads the play and steps in to clean up.

F irmino carries the ball across the pitch, waits for Robertson's run and plays him in, Mane takes it on Bayern definitely don't want to open up too soon and become vulnerable to Liverpool's quick counters but they could do with being a little more forward thinking.

Lots of balls being played hopefully into channels at the moment. Defence tight to midfield, limiting the space.

L iverpool haven't been ale to get going tonight. The two sides are really evenly matched, playing cautious, unwilling to take risks early on.

H ummels has just done superbly to win the ball from Wijnaldum, aggressively going for the tackle, using his strength and balance to block off the Liverpool man and take the ball away.

W ijnaldum was playing as the six before that injury but has since moved to the right of midfield, with Fabinho going central.

The diagnosis for Henderson is that he's rolled his ankle, which really hurts. By the time he was feeling OK Liverpool could be in trouble, so he's decided to come off.

Everyone's done their ankle at some point. Is that a penalty!? The crowd think so but the referee is adamant it's not and waves his fingers at him.

Van Dijk is a little clumsy in the tackle to be fair, and - cliche alert - I've seen them given. Henderson is struggling and kinda of limping as he runs around.

He's going to have to come off Henderson has to sit down so he can receive treatment, in order that Liverpool can sub him off.

The injury looks to have come as a Bayern player stood on his foot. There's a stud mark on his left foot but it must be a little more than that.

G nabry goes on a run into the box but is tackled. The ball isn't dealt with though and lands with Thiago!

He has a chance to shoot, tries to bend a powerfully struck into the top corner H enderson is back on the pitch and gets back to block and clear as Ribery dribbles into the area.

H enderson needs a safety pass and only sees options towards his own goal, swings a hard hit volley to Robertson, who is being closed down and has to head away anywhere.

Henderson is down with an injury now. You can hear the Bayern fans singing a song which sounds like Vindaloo, and the camera cuts to Fabinho doing a warmup where he throws his arms out in the air.

It looks exactly like he's dancing to it. A great bit of TV. N iklas Sule is the size of a fridge freezer, good luck winning anything in the air against him.

Absolute unit. B it of a nervy start from both teams, Matip is loose with his passing, Neuer clears a ball away rather than pass it short.

I t's loud in the Allianz. Really loud. And Liverpool start the game! I think this is an explainer of how VAR works.

They're a bit more used to it in Germany anyway so hopefully there won't be the three minute delays associated with easy decisions in the Man City game last night.

The little referee guy looks nice though doesn't he? And a perfect square too. Firmino with the flick I think he's at the point in his career where you think "I don't think anyone can beat me", he's at that point now.

S o, we've established that Jordan Henderson makes errors when under pressure - just think of his longball nonsense in the World Cup semi-final when England were chasing the game - and that's why I reckon Milner and Henderson will start either side of Wijnaldum.

Wijnaldum is superb as a six and has the vision and quick thinking to escape close attention, while Milner and Henderson can win tackles and shift the ball forward quickly next to him.

Weirdly, Milner is one of Liverpool's most creative players this season. Only Andrew Robertson and Mo Salah have created more chances in the league than Milner - forget the boring Milner image, he produces.

J ames Rodriguez will float just behind Robert Lewandowski and end up beside him a lot of the time. The wingers will stay wide so that'll look a bit like a at times.

They turn the red lights on at night so it looks like that. I t's another Champions League night! Liverpool are in Germany this evening to take on the mighty Bayern Munich in the second leg of their last tie The first leg ended , in one of those oddly entertaining goalless draws.

But what will happen tonight?

It's very flat, Bayern not getting into positions to allow passes to be linked and take them up the pitch. Woman (Fernsehserie) Wonder 2. Under 1. What a message. I have a lot thumbs like this [points up] from Dortmund tonight so that's cool. The finish. Actual match. Bayern Munich 2 - 3 Liverpool. Hertha Berlin 3.

Lewandowski just needed a touch with Alisson committed to coming out but the Pole missed it completely. After a spell of pressure, Liverpool finally got their reward.

James Milner whipped in a corner anbd van Dijk rose above everybody to head home into the bottom corner. If that didn't secure the win, then Mane made sure of it five minutes from time.

Salah played an incredible cross into the box with the outside of his boot and Mane headed past the helpless Neuer to seal an emphatic win and send Liverpool through into the last eight.

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Liverpool are arguably in the driving seat, as a score draw would take them through to the quarter-finals.

However, it should also be mentioned that Jurgen Klopp's side have managed to get this far in the competition despite losing every single one of their away games in the competition so far this season, while Bayern have been on a superb run to return to the top of the Bundesliga table.

It's fair to say that the first goal will be massive tonight. If Bayern score, the game should tighten up - but if Liverpool get it, it could be an end-to-end battle with plenty of goals.

Liverpool will be without Naby Keita due to a minor injury. Both of their last trips away have ended in goalless draws - against Manchester United and arch rivals Everton - but that result tonight would at least guarantee the Reds extra-time in Munich.

The worrying fact about Liverpool's Champions League record is that they've lost five straight games away from home, a run stretching back to April when they beat Manchester City But with Virgil van Dijk back in the side, an improved defensive display could be key in securing their passage to the last eight.

Everything is back to normal at Bayern Munich after a rocky start to the season under new coach Niko Kovac.

Photo: AFP. Things were always going to be difficult for the Croatian in the early stages but to be nine points off Dortmund in the Bundesliga title race was a point of concern.

Kovac was reportedly clinging onto his job in October after a shock home defeat to Borussia Moenchengladbach but suddenly, it all clicked into place.

Bayern have lost just twice in all competitions since then, winning eight of their 11 home matches in that time. Most recently, they smashed Wolfsburg for six to follow up a away crushing of Gladbach, exacting the perfect revenge for the defeat in October.

Now they've replaced Dortmund at the top of the Bundesliga on goal difference and are showing no signs of slowing down.

The goalless draw at Liverpool, last year's finalists, in the first leg could be regarded as a step in the right direction and with their superior home record, Bayern must be feeling confident ahead of tonight's second leg.

Franck Ribery looks every inch a player coming towards the end of his career, Javi Martinez was slow in midfield, James Rodriguez was rarely involved and Lewandowski was expertly marshalled by Matip and Van Dijk.

A bit like Real Madrid last week, it felt like a team living on reputation even if, in fairness, they have surged back to the top of the Bundesliga with a string of high-scoring wins.

But Liverpool were having none of it. The half-time break worked well for them because, clearly, Klopp got his message across: there was nothing to fear; seize the initiative and score the goal to kill off this tie even if they were already going through with the away goal.

But why risk it on that measure? Salah tried his best to score but it was from a James Milner corner that Van Dijk rose to thump a header just inside the post.

What a finish by the defender who is such an extraordinary, re-assuring influence on this team. What a header! L iverpool were not finished, but, already needing two goals, Bayern soon were.

Salah got his reward, not with a goal but with a wonderful assist as he crossed with the outside of his left foot to allow Mane to steal in and steer another header beyond Neuer to end any uncertainly.

W hat a result. What a performance. What a message. Back on the European landscape, Klopp said.

They certainly are and re-shaping it once more. E specially second half was very mature, first half should have played football, when we played football destroyed the organisation of Bayern a little bit.

To keep the ball in the right spaces, we did it brilliantly in second half. It's deserved because it's so difficult to play here, it's a really big one and I'm so proud of the boys.

What we did is brilliant, the first goal I have to watch it back times - it's outstanding what he's doing. It was difficult for Bayern and we're in the quarter final.

We work a lot on set pieces and Trent was the main taker. After seven or eight we put Milner on it and that's the one. Fantastic goal, first half the problem was we want to put them in pressure but we didn't really do that well enough.

You have to stay in the game, control it when you can control it. I have a lot thumbs like this [points up] from Dortmund tonight so that's cool.

It's a wonderful night for Liverpool. We all would say let's try to play teams from Europe, it will not happen.

Somebody will play against somebody. Whoever we get we will take. I like it, the desire, attitude, outstanding. I just said to Virgil Van Dijk What's that?

He said What? I said In your pocket? He said What are you talking about James? I said Oh don't worry, it's just Robert Lewandowski.

B oth teams horrendous in midfield in this game. Sadio Mane's goal gets better the more I watch it. T here will be four English teams in the Champions League quarter-finals for the first time since the campaign.

L iverpool get the job done in a pretty scrappy, fairly comfortable win. Bayern are out the competition, Liverpool reach the quarter-finals and that is absolutely the right result.

M cManaman's breathing is You know those stories about old married couples and the wife thinks of ways to make the husband disappear because he's driving her wild with the noise he makes when he breathes?

I just want an option to turn McManaman's mic off. Roberston's just got himself booked, which means he'll miss the first leg of Liverpool's quarter-final against L allana on, Milner off, which means Liverpool have had three different captains tonight.

Henderson, Milner and now Van Dijk. They've seen enough. He's always saying a sentence then sniffing, it's as though he either permanently has a cold or doesn't know how to breathe properly.

Origi controls a pass, plays it out to Salah and Salah hits an outside of the boot pass over the defence to the back post. It's superb and Mane is there to power a header past the goalkeeper.

S anches hits a shot from 20 yards but fires it wide. Firmino walks off the pitch to be replaced by Origi for the final few minutes.

F irmino works the ball onto his right foot just outside the box and fires a powerful shot at goal which dips and swerves It's still all Liverpool on the ball, Bayern don't have enough men forward and far too few ideas.

It's very flat, Bayern not getting into positions to allow passes to be linked and take them up the pitch. J ames goes off to be replaced by Renato Sanches.

Bayern briefly attack with Gnabry down the right but Liverpool break and Salah then gives away the ball. He runs at goal!

Bayern defenders are all over the place, falling over trying to stop him Bayern are being torn apart on the counter now, they look done to me.

Some strong challenges being put in on Liverpool players too. S uperb defending by Fabinho. He follows Coman into the box, doesn't get duped by the stepovers and times his tackle perfectly to stop the danger.

It's another corner, headed back across goal and Mane turns up at the back post to head down. The ball is turned over the bar and Bayern win a free-kick for offside,.

T he big centre-back attacks the cross, powers a header down into the bottom left and and Neuer is nowhere near it. Bayern have to score two goals now if they are to get back into this one.

R obertson moves up the pitch, Milner runs ahead of him and the forward pass is good. Milner wins the corner, Alexander-Arnold takes his time setting up the kick.

The referee orders Alexander-Arnold to move the ball a centimetre back, despite being at the other side of the box.

How on earth is he seeing that? The ball is clearly on the line anyway. T hiago is booked for a foul on Wijnaldum. The game is really scrappy, neither team can pass.

L ewandowski goes down hollering in pain as Matip comes through the back of him to try and win the ball. It's really annoying.

He's absolutely fine but seems to think he won't get a free-kick unless it looks like he's in an actual war. Again Gnabry attacks Robertson's left flank, gets ahead of him and drills a low ball into the area.

Lewandowski attacks it, James is just behind the pace of the play and Liverpool get away with one. U rgh both teams are so clumsy in possession.

They can barely string four passes together before someone is either tackled or hands the ball back to the other team.

B ayern have been dreadful in midfield tonight, so many loose passes. Liverpool aren't much better - Robertson has made a few mistakes tonight in and out of possession And Bayern give it back.

Matip carries the ball 30 yards and breaks the lines doing so, Mane takes on his man on the left, James gives it away and then Lewandowski falls to the floor again.

He's been at it all night. B ayern have men over from a passing move but as soon as they reach the final third it all slows down.

Ribery isn't the player he used to be. Milner follows up, gets the ball in the box and Bayern survive. M ane catches Thiago while trying to win the ball, standing on his foot and the referee tells him off for it.

Liverpool try to link some passes through the middle of the pitch but Wijnaldum is just a little off balance and can't quite make the final ball count.

B ayern get the second half started. The rain has started M ichael Owen has just pointed out that Mane doesn't even see this ball fall out the sky until it's a few yards away from him.

It's astonishing close control. G ood game. It was even, Liverpool had advantage and Bayern ended it much the better side.

This could go either way! B ayern are the much better side all of a sudden. Lewandowski runs through on goal, is in behind the defence but also clearly offside and shoots wide.

Then the offside flag goes up because VAR rules command this is the way things must be. J ames runs with the ball, Fabinho goes into a slide tackle and chops him down though nearly gets the ball.

James doesn't get his foul because play continues, James is in serious pain and rolls around What a miracle. He lives! Bayern have a free-kick, Alaba appears to fancy a ping.

This is about 35 yards out so he's going to have to hit it hard. L iverpool are still through on away goals at the moment, so are technically winning this one still.

That goal will have given Bayern confidence though. It's a ball over the top - just like Liverpool's!

Robertson loses his man and Matip sticks his leg out inside the six yard box, turning it into his own goal before Lewandowski can get there.

The goal is Robertson's fault. J ames has lost his cool and barges Fabinho out the way, knocking him to the ground. It's not a booking or anything but Bayern have a free-kick.

R ibery tries to win a free-kick by falling over when someone is tight to him - clearly not a foul - Liverpool break, Salah uses skill to evade another challenge and then Mane slips in Robertson on the overlap.

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