Apr. Im Gegensatz zu anderen Topklubs erreichen die Bayern das Halbfinale der Champions League. Das Scheitern der anderen nehmen sie als. 4. Apr. Nach dem knappen Erfolg in Sevilla üben die Spieler des FC Bayern Selbstkritik. Im Viertelfinal-Hinspiel waren zwei unfreiwillige Wechsel des. 3. Apr. Der FC Bayern München hat das Viertelfinal-Hinspiel gegen den FC Sevilla knapp gewonnen und damit vor dem Rückspiel in einer Woche.
league bayern sevilla champions - pity, thatEscudero ist wieder auf den Platz zurückgekehrt. Audio starten, abbrechen mit Escape. Der Mannschaftsbus wartete vor dem Stadion mit laufendem Motor, da wurde Mats Hummels noch einmal deutlich. Best Ager - Für Senioren und Angehörige. Weil wenig später auch der eingewechselte Sandro Ramirez mit einem Schlenzer am aufmerksamen Ulreich Warum sehe ich FAZ. Die gelang stattdessen 20 Minuten später den Bayern durch Thiagos Kopfball Mit einer geschickten Körperdrehung lässt der Franzose Boateng ins Leere laufen, wird dann aber von Rafinha überholt. Diskussion geschlossen - lesen Sie die Beiträge! Corentin Tolisso macht sich für einen Einsatz bereit, setzt sich dann aber doch wieder auf die Bank.
This is something else. He completely fools the full-back and wins space to cross but shoots into the side-netting instead. H ere comes Thiago.
Ribery wins a corner and has a laugh with Navas as they disagree over who it came off last. Nothing really comes of the corner and Sevilla look to build from the back.
R obben is on the right and Lewandowski is getting kicked to bits tonight. K immich has been excellent on the Bayern right tonight. Weirdly, Navas has been brilliant too!
He should have been a right-back all along. W ow, in other news, Juventus have just gone up against Real Madrid! And Sevilla hit the crossbar! T he referee has to sort out a bit of nonsense between Martinez and Banega as the latter bumps the former while picking the ball up for a free-kick.
Robben runs down the right and then His cross is caught by the goalkeeper. James puts in the best tackle of the night, sliding in and winning it near the halfway line.
Bayern beginning to turn up the pressure. B ayern have gone up a gear and are moving the ball around with speed and purpose in the Sevilla half.
Ribery is still doing that thing he does where he runs at goal, keeps the ball close and then does nothing with it.
B en Yedder is in! The referee blows for a free-kick to Bayern. Rafinha overlaps on the left and drifts a cross to the back post But he heads wide, clipping the side netting.
Bayern have a corner, Robben gets it short and chips to the back post S evilla launch it long from the restart, Bayern come forward and Martinez tries an ambitious shot from distance.
Still a bit of a flat atmosphere in the Allianz. Sevilla work passes around the final third, Correa runs into the box onto a pass into space No changes by either side, Bayern are 45 minutes away from the semi-finals.
You can see how Sevilla are trying to work the ball in a compact shape while Bayern are looking for forward passes in that graphic.
Sevilla have been decent so far but they need two goals. N o goals yet, both sides have gone close and the referee - Willie Collum, ladies and gentlemen - has had a really good game.
Sarabia is played in by a genius little pass from Yedder on the edge of the box and Rafinha flies in to block.
And I know that because I once met a doctor. F ree-kick for Bayern wide left about 30 yards from goal. James swings it in Bayern have stepped up their defensive game and are pressing higher up the pitch.
M ore top defending, even if it is last-ditch, by Sevilla. Bayern have space on the right and Lewandowski peels off at the back post waiting for the low cross.
Ribery is sharp, controls the ball well and completely bins Lenglet on the edge of the area. It swerves in the air and the goalkeeper is equal to it.
Robben is played in with an absolutely ridiculous switched pass into his feet. H ummels has the ball on the right of the Sevilla box, moves it onto his left and sends a bullet of a shot flying at goal.
Just over the far corner! L ewandowski runs onto a long through-ball between right-back and centre-back but is just offside again.
B ayern attack, Rafinha crosses from left on his right foot and Lewandowski goes down in the area. The crowd are about as chilled as the Bayern players look.
They create chances, defend well and Bayern clearly respect them after a difficult first leg. R ibery loses control of the ball as he attempts to run through the middle of the Sevilla defence and is blocked out of it.
S evilla come forward and Bayern drop back. And all of a sudden Escudero runs in behind and can shoot from inside the box!
He drags it wide. K immich overlaps and sends a low cross into the area but the Sevilla defenders read it and clear at the near post.
James runs into a forward position but is just offside as the final ball is played by Lewandowski. J ames takes it and a centre-back powers the header away.
Bayern come back down the left channel but are forced back. Sevilla doing well to keep the home side quiet at the moment. N avas is down the right and sends a fizzing cross into the box.
They need protection, I guess. B ayern move the ball so well. His first touch is superb! It takes him past the defender and now he can shoot!
But he blasts it way over the bar. Both sides are at it. He might have jarred his ankle a wee bit there. K immich gets forward down the right, sends a high cross into the box and Lewandowski is there!
He heads at goal but is just a little underneath it and the goalkeeper tips over the bar. Lewandowski has taken a wee knock to the cheek there too.
H eynces is watching on. Bayern are allowing their visitors time and space to knock the ball around. The scoreline from the first-leg means Sevilla can play with little fear, and it appears to be working in their favour at the moment.
Robben finds Kimmich on the overlap but Sevilla continue to defend their near post well, with Mercado making the all important block.
Sevilla have negotiated the opening 20 minutes of this match quite well, it has to be said. They have settled into the contest earlier than their opponents.
Bayern work the ball patiently across midfield, even spreading play to Ribery on the wing and he forces a corner off Navas.
A great ball from Navas, who is causing endless problems for Bayern down the channel, finds Correa who is unable to get the ball under control and then fouls Ukreich.
Bayern may be leading the tie, but their strong starting XI suggests Heynchkes is determined to play the game on the front-foot.
The ball falls kindly to Sarabia but he can only blaze his shot well over the bar. More concern for Bayern: A moment of concern for the hosts who concede possession cheaply in midfield.
Ben Yedder drives through the middle but Rodriguez is back to fulfil his defensive duties, winning the ball back with a clean tackle.
The Bayern forward hurt himself in the process, clashing heads with a Sevilla defender. He will be OK to continue though. Robben is shown down the line this time but still manages to squeeze a cross in, which is hacked away at the near-post.
My, my, Juventus have taken the lead at the Bernabeu. Mercado hauls down Lewandowski who was released through the middle and the Sevilla defender is fortunate not to be shown his marching orders after only three minutes.
The hosts get the game underway. Remember, Sevilla will need to net at least two away goals to have any chance of progressing to their first ever Champions League semifinal.
Bayern Munich have enjoyed a fantastic home record this season and demolished both Hamburg and Borussia Dortmund in their last two games.
Bayern also have an enviable record in European competition when winning the first leg away from home. It must also be remembered that Sevilla came from three goals down at halftime to draw with Liverpool in the group stages.
We know we can score a goal or two in the second half, but we have to avoid conceding, especially in the second half. But we have our own style and plan of attack.
We will play like we always do at home. You come up against the best teams in Europe. Of course we want to win it. However, it must be remembered that Sevilla produced a shock in the previous round at Old Trafford where they ran out winners: Boateng is just one of four players in the Bayern starting XI who will miss a potential semifinal if they pick up another yellow card.
That includes Robert Lewandowski, who has scored 35 goals in 39 games this season, as well as Franck Ribery and Joshua Kimmich.
Leading from the first-leg in Spain, newly-crowned Bundesliga champions Bayern are targeting a seventh semifinal in nine years. Bayern may have the advantage, but Sevilla — who knocked out Manchester United in the last 16 — can take inspiration from Roma who produced one of the greatest comebacks in Champions League history on Tuesday night when they stunned Barcelona Find here all your favorites sports, events, teams and players for a quick access.
And Correa is shown a straight red for the challenge! Sevilla are down to 10 men. Three additional minutes will be played. Thiago slips a though-pass to Muller, but the Bayern forward is caught in an offside position.
Lewandowski is replaced by Sandro Wagner. Ribery makes way for Thiago Alcantara. Sandro Ramirez replaces Sarabia.
Luis Muriel replaces Ben Yedder. Three added minutes will be played. Aside from a five-minute spell Bayern have been desperately disappointing. Lewandowski is flagged offside as the Sevilla defenders step up at just the right time.
Lewandowski went down inside the box, but contact appeared to be minimal. The hosts are certainly not pressing Sevilla.
There has been a clash of heads between Escudero and Lewandowski, forcing a break in play. Mr Delaney is probably watching Real Madrid, but this game is also well worth your time.