Trailing 2-1 from the first leg in Munich, Bayern suffered their fifth straight Champions League exit to a La Liga side after a tumultuous 2-2 draw meant a heartbreaking 4-3 aggregate defeat against the holders Real Madrid.
Joshua Kimmich fired Bayern into a shock lead after only 164 seconds, before Karim Benzema restored parity seven minutes later. Benzema added his second 21 seconds into the second half, tapping into an empty net, following a howler from Bayern goalkeeper Sven Ulreich, before...
Real Madrid find themselves in the Champions League final again but were forced to suffer against Bayern Munich in a 2-2 draw at the Bernabeu on Tuesday night.
Two goals from Karim Benzema were enough to see Los Blancos through despite an early strike from Joshua Kimmich and a James Rodriguez equaliser in the second half, leaving the aggregate score 4-3 in Real's favour.
Real Madrid are in pole position to be crowned European champions again. There are very few other positives to take...
After thumping Besiktas 5-0 in Munich, Bayern completed the formality of sealing their seventh successive Champions League quarterfinal with a 3-1 win in Turkey, courtesy of Thiago Alcantara, an own goal and Sandro Wagner, while Vagner Love scored a consolation for the home side.
Bayern sealed their seventh successive quarterfinal, going past a century of goals in all competitions for the season. Better yet, nobody is suspended going into the last eight.
It took a tactical masterstroke from Massimiliano Allegri to ensure Juve scored their two goals and defeated Tottenham 2-1 at Wembley to qualify for the quarterfinals of the Champions League.
This was a particularly difficult game for Juventus, who struggled to settle in, control the overwhelming energy and remain composed. Yet Juve are rarely a side that outplay the opponent, they simply exploit moments in the match to punish the opponent, as they did again.
Real Madrid sailed into the Champions League quarterfinals at the expense of Paris Saint-Germain with a 2-1 away victory, and the truth is Zinedine Zidane's side were scarcely troubled by Unai Emery's outfit -- the Frenchman winning the battle of the sacked-if-you-lose match by a country mile. Cristiano Ronaldo maintained his incredible record in Europe and Casemiro struck a fortunate second goal to put the tie beyond the hosts after he inadvertently teed up Edinson Cavani's equaliser.