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Bayern Munich

Can Bayern overturn a 3-goal deficit?

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 By Mark Lovell

Gotze misfires again as Bayern Munich suffer third straight league loss

A late Nils Petersen goal gave Freiburg a shock 2-1 win over Bayern Munich and kept them above the relegation zone with one game of the season remaining.

Despite going ahead 1-0 through Bastian Schweinsteiger and enjoying 72 percent possession, Bayern Munich's Champions League hangover continued as the lethargic Bavarians slipped to a third straight league defeat 2-1 at lowly Freiburg.

Admir Mehmedi deservedly equalised just after the half-hour mark, and ex-Bayern striker Nils Petersen popped up with the winner in the final minute for relegation-threatened Freiburg.

Interestingly, it's the first time Bayern have let slip a lead in some 122 Bundesliga...

Pep Guardiola right man for Bayern Munich despite setback vs. Barcelona

The ESPN FC crew respond to your tweets about Pep Guardiola's tactics against Barcelona and how English teams will perform next year in the UEFA Champions League.

After Bayern Munich lost to Barcelona 5-3 on aggregate in the Champions League semifinals, I guaran-damn-tee you that, somewhere out there, you will read something along these lines.

Pep Guardiola is a fraud. Bayern would be mad to give him a third season. That's two years in a row that his team get their rear ends handed to them in the semifinal, 3-10 on aggregate, are you kidding me?

Who cares if he won the Bundesliga? It's kinda hard not to win the Bundesliga, to be honest, when you manage Bayern....

Bayern Munich recover some pride, but questions remain after UCL exit

Bayern Munich manager Pep Guardiola praised his players performance, despite seeing them bow out of the Champions League to Barcelona 5-3 on aggregate
ESPN FC's Ross Dyer and Shaka Hislop delve deeper into Barcelona's second goal against Bayern Munich as Lionel Messi won a header in midfield and Luis Suarez found the feet of Neymar for an easy finish.
ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop has plenty of sympathy for Bayern Munich as he feels the balance and team chemistry was not the same without the likes of Franck Ribery and Arjen Robben.
ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop, Craig Burley and Kasey Keller discuss Bayern Munich's win over Barcelona in the second leg of the Champions League semifinal, where Burley feels Luis Enrique's side took their foot off the gas at the start of the second half.

MUNICH -- Champions League exits don't tend to come with standing ovations and a lap of honour at the Allianz Arena. Last season, the perennially critical Munich crowd were stunned into a silent stupor by the 4-0 defeat at the hands of Real Madrid at the same stage of the competition. Boos and angry jeering greeted the 2-3 defeat by Inter, the swan song of coach Louis van Gaal, in the last 16 in 2011. Two years earlier, a meek, inconsequential 1-1 draw with Barcelona in the quarterfinals ushered...

Barcelona's real hero vs. Bayern Munich was Marc-Andre ter Stegen

Neymar's two goals weren't enough to down Bayern at home, but they were all Barcelona needed to advance past Bayern on aggregate and into the Champions League final.
Neymar's two goals weren't enough to down Bayern at home, but were all Barcelona needed to advance past Bayern on aggregate and into the Champions League final.
ESPN FC's Ross Dyer reviews Bayern Munich's 3-2 win over Barcelona in the second leg of the Champions League semifinals, yet Barcelona advance 5-3 on aggregate to the final in Berlin.
ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop, Craig Burley and Kasey Keller discuss Bayern Munich's win over Barcelona in the second leg of the Champions League semifinal, where Burley feels Luis Enrique's side took their foot off the gas at the start of the second half.
Bayern Munich's Robert Lewandowski levelled the match against Barcelona with some fancy footwork and a clinical finish.
Neymar scored a brace as Barcelona defeated Bayern Munich 5-3 on aggregate and booked their place in the UEFA Champions League final.

BARCELONA, Spain -- Football is a team game, and as Barcelona approach their fourth Champions League Final in nine years after a 5-3 aggregate win over Bayern Munich, now is not the time to suggest that only one man put them there.

The massive firework display that erupted over the city of Barcelona on Tuesday night was for "getting there" and also, if the emotions of those who partied long into the night could be canvassed, for the "tridente" of Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez and Neymar, whose flicks,...

 By Mark Lovell

Robert Lewandowski the best for Bayern in Champions League exit

Neymar's two goals weren't enough to down Bayern at home, but they were all Barcelona needed to advance past Bayern on aggregate and into the Champions League final.
Neymar's two goals weren't enough to down Bayern at home, but were all Barcelona needed to advance past Bayern on aggregate and into the Champions League final.
ESPN FC's Ross Dyer reviews Bayern Munich's 3-2 win over Barcelona in the second leg of the Champions League semifinals, yet Barcelona advance 5-3 on aggregate to the final in Berlin.
ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop, Craig Burley and Kasey Keller discuss Bayern Munich's win over Barcelona in the second leg of the Champions League semifinal, where Burley feels Luis Enrique's side took their foot off the gas at the start of the second half.
Bayern Munich's Robert Lewandowski levelled the match against Barcelona with some fancy footwork and a clinical finish.
Neymar scored a brace as Barcelona defeated Bayern Munich 5-3 on aggregate and booked their place in the UEFA Champions League final.

Trailing 3-0 from the first leg, Bayern Munich inevitably missed out on a dream Champions League final in Berlin despite winning 3-2 on the night against Spanish giants Barcelona.

A Medhi Benatia header gave Bayern a glimmer of hope early on, but Neymar quickly extinguished their faint hopes with a clinical brace. Robert Lewandowski and Thomas Muller saved some Bavarian face with second-half goals as the German champions exited the competition 5-3 on aggregate with heads held high.

Bayern did...

Barcelona reach Champions League final after Neymar goals doom Bayern

Neymar's two goals weren't enough to down Bayern at home, but they were all Barcelona needed to advance past Bayern on aggregate and into the Champions League final.
Neymar's two goals weren't enough to down Bayern at home, but were all Barcelona needed to advance past Bayern on aggregate and into the Champions League final.
ESPN FC's Ross Dyer reviews Bayern Munich's 3-2 win over Barcelona in the second leg of the Champions League semifinals, yet Barcelona advance 5-3 on aggregate to the final in Berlin.
ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop, Craig Burley and Kasey Keller discuss Bayern Munich's win over Barcelona in the second leg of the Champions League semifinal, where Burley feels Luis Enrique's side took their foot off the gas at the start of the second half.
Bayern Munich's Robert Lewandowski levelled the match against Barcelona with some fancy footwork and a clinical finish.
Neymar scored a brace as Barcelona defeated Bayern Munich 5-3 on aggregate and booked their place in the UEFA Champions League final.

MUNICH -- Three points on Bayern Munich's 3-2 win vs. Barcelona, which results in a 5-3 aggregate win for Barca in the Champions League semifinals.

1. Barcelona move on to Berlin

It was a night that saw Barcelona return to the Champions League final for the first time since 2011, their attack reassert why we may be watching one of the all-time great forward lines and the need for Pep Guardiola to reassess a lot of his work.

This 3-2 semifinal second-leg win for Bayern ensured Barca only won by 5-3...