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Bayern Munich use breathtaking first half to crush Porto

Two goals from Robert Lewandowski led the way for Bayern Munich in their 6-1 demolition of FC Porto, sending Pep Guardiola's side to the Champions League semifinals.
Two goals from Robert Lewandowski led the way for Bayern Munich in their 6-1 demolition of FC Porto, sending Pep Guardiola's side to the Champions League semi-finals.
ESPN FC's Mark Donaldson breaks down Bayern Munich's 6-1 rout of FC Porto as they sealed their passage through to Champions League semifinals.
Bayern Munich's Robert Lewandowski scored two goals in his team's 6-1 thrashing of FC Porto in Germany.
Bayern Munich may have breezed past FC Porto in the Champions League quarter-final second leg against FC Porto, but Pep Guardiola's animated instructions from the sideline caused him to rip his pants in the process.
Following Bayern Munich's 6-1 win over FC Porto, Thomas Muller took to the crowd with a megaphone and led the Bayern Munich supporters in a rousing chant.
Bayern Munich midfielder Thiago Alcantara was pleased with his side's performance from the opening minutes against FC Porto, and now looks ahead to continuing this fine form for the remainder of the season.

MUNICH -- Three quick thoughts from Bayern Munich's 6-1 victory Tuesday over Porto in their UEFA Champions League second leg at Allianz Arena.

1. Bayern serve up a breathtaking first half

Bayern's 3-1 first-leg loss at Porto had mixed things up at Bayern. Club doctor Hans-Wilhelm Muller-Wohlfahrt, feeling blamed, left the club after 38 years, and there was a general notion that things could get really ugly should the quarterfinal be the end of Munich's Champions League campaign. There...

 By Mark Lovell

Bayern attack nearly flawless in romp over Porto

The ESPN FC crew discuss the standout players for Bayern Munich in their 6-1 victory over FC Porto.

Manager Pep Guardiola's Plan P worked to a tee for Bayern Munich as the Bavarians romped to a 6-1 win over Porto to clinch a club record fourth straight Champions League semifinal appearance.

Bayern ran riot over Porto, becoming the first side ever to score five goals in the first half of a Champions League knockout game. Thiago, Jerome Boateng and Robert Lewandowski opened the floodgates with a trio of headers in the opening half-hour. Thomas Muller fired in a deflected fourth before Lewandowski...

Guardiola and Ancelotti still measured in Champions League, despite success

Bayern Munich need to create history if they're to overcome their 3-1 first-leg deficit to FC Porto in their Champions League quarterfinal.

They met in the past year's Champions League semifinals, but will they get the opportunity to do so again in this year's tournament? Pep Guardiola and Carlo Ancelotti should be two of the competition's untouchables, but the pair could be playing for their very futures in their current jobs, even though we're only at the quarterfinal stage of this year's edition.

In the case of Guardiola, his own tricky situation this week is still clearly influenced by that meeting between his Bayern Munich and...

 By Chris Wright

Just like Bayern Munich, Pep Guardiola's trousers are on a tear

Bayern Munich may have breezed past FC Porto in the Champions League quarter-final second leg against FC Porto, but Pep Guardiola's animated instructions from the sideline caused him to rip his pants in the process.

On the night that his Bayern Munich side tore apart Porto, Pep Guardiola suffered a minor wardrobe malfunction as his trousers split during the 6-1 win Tuesday at Allianz Arena.

We've got no doubt they were an expensive pair but wonder, if Guardiola is a superstitious man, could he spend his Tuesday night with a needle and thread to repair the damage?

Pep's pants problem.

Meanwhile, after the emphatic triumph, Thomas Muller led the celebrations of Bayern players with the club's fans by grabbing a megaphone to lead...

 By Michael Cox

Bayern Munich feel Robben and Ribery absences ahead of Porto clash

Bayern Munich need to create history if they're to overcome their 3-1 first-leg deficit to FC Porto in their Champions League quarterfinal.
Brian McBride believes Bayern Munich will be able to overcome their Champions League first leg deficit against FC Porto, while Craig Burley favours Porto to advance to the semi-finals.

Whatever the real reason for Pep Guardiola's bust-up with team doctor Hans-Wilhelm Muller-Wohlfahrt -- leading to the latter's departure from the club last week -- there's no question that the Bayern boss is highly frustrated with his team's current injury crisis.

Whether Muller-Wohlfahrt is responsible is another question entirely. But Bayern's injury problems this season have been considerable: One estimate suggests Guardiola's players, collectively, have missed 24 percent of potential "minutes"...

 By Mark Lovell

Bayern Munich's home form gives confidence of comeback versus Porto

Philipp Lahm and Thomas Muller of Bayern Munich remain calm despite going into their Champions League quarterfinal second leg 3-1 down against Porto.

A week is a long time in politics and football.

Before Bayern Munich's shock 3-1 Champions League defeat in Porto, chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge waxed lyrical about coach Pep Guardiola: "Pep doesn't just have a plan A, B or C; he's got the complete alphabet down from top to bottom."

Bayern fans will hope Pep also has a Plan P up his sleeve for Porto. Ahead of what according to Manuel Neuer is the "biggest game of the season," Bayern have serious work to do to keep their treble hopes alive and...