Bayern 0-4 Real (report)
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Bayern 0-4 Real (report)

The match is over.

Watch the post-match report and goal video

Real successfully destroyed Allianz Arena, giving the defending champions 4 unanswered goals.

Winning over Bayern with a total score of 5-0, coach Ancelotti and his team proudly entered the final.


Ronaldo scored a free kick.

Ronaldo completed the double


Real was not interested in counterattacking in the second half, similar to the first leg.

Benzema is out, Isco is in


Gotze made an impromptu move in the penalty area and then volleyed at a tight angle but sent the ball over the bar

Ramos was replaced.


Gotze replaces Ribery

Pizzaro replaces Muller

In the second half, Bayern played brighter as they continuously created dangerous attacks.


Toni Kroos shot very hard from long range, making Casillas struggle to punch the ball.


Robben had a good shot with his left foot, sending the ball spinning beautifully but missing the goal.

Robben’s shot missed Real’s goal


Alaba had a chance to shoot in the penalty area, but Ramos made an excellent save

Martinez replaced Mandzukic

The second half begins

The first half ends.

After 20 minutes, the match was soon arranged when Ramos scored a double with two headers.


Alonso received a yellow card.

Ronaldo has 15 goals in the Champions League this season, breaking the record of the player scoring the most goals in Europe in a season of Messi (14 goals).


Ronaldo increased the score to 3-0.

Ronaldo scored to increase the score to 3-0


Ronaldo missed the goal in a counterattack

Ronaldo missed the opportunity to increase the score to 3-0 for Real

The match will probably be arranged soon.


Ribery shot on the right wing, the ball grazed Real’s post.


2-0 for Real.

Ramos doubled the score for Real

Difficulties pile up for Bayern.

Dante received a yellow card for fouling Ronaldo


Ramos headed in, 1-0 for Real.

Ramos headed the ball to open the score for Real


Real still regularly has fast and dangerous counterattacks.


Bale kicked the ball into the air in a situation where Neuer was no longer standing in the wooden goal.

Bale missed the first unfortunate opportunity of the match


Like the first leg, Bayern is pressing the field.


Real had a counterattack similar to the opening goal in the first leg, but this time goalkeeper Neuer caught the ball before it reached Benzema.


The game begins

Coach Ancelotti sent the BBC trio onto the field from the start.

Coach Guardiola arranged an intercepting midfielder, Schweinsteiger, and two other players in the middle of the field who tend to attack are Kroos and Muller.

List of fields for the two teams


Bayern Munich: Neuer;

Subs: Raeder, van Buyten, Martínez, Rafinha, Pizarro, Gotze, Hojbjerg

Real Madrid: Casillas, Carvajal, Pepe, Ramos, Coentrao;

Subs: Diego Lopez, Varane, Marcelo, Casemiro, Morata, Isco, Illarra

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