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Bayern qualified for the 1/8 final after a new evening against Benfica |  UEFA Champions League 2021/2022

Bayern qualified for the 1/8 final after a new evening against Benfica | UEFA Champions League 2021/2022

  1. 45 + 1′ missed penalty – Robert Lewandowski
  2. 45′ – Jill – Lucas Verissimo
  3. 38′ – Goal – Felipe Rodriguez (2-1)
  4. 32′ – Goal – Serge Gnabry (2-0)
  5. 26′ – Goal – Robert Lewandowski (1-0)
  1. 85′ – Follow by Serge Gnabry by Bona Sarr
  2. 84′ – Goal – Robert Lewandowski (5-2)
  3. 77′ – Verve. Álex Grimaldo door Gonçalo Ramos
  4. 77′ – Verve. Joao Mario Babe Paulo Bernardo
  5. 74′ – Goal – Darwin Nunez (4-2)
  6. 72′ – Verve. Leroy Sane by Thomas Muller
  7. 72′ – Follow Joshua Kimmich by Marcel Sabitzer
  8. 69′ – Yellow – Tangwei Kwasi
  9. 65′ – Verve. Alphonso Davies Bab Omar Richards
  10. 64′ – Verve. Kingsley Coman for Jamal Musiala
  11. 64′- Continue to Pizza by Rafa Silva
  12. 64′ – Verve. Roman Garmitzjuk by Darwin Nunez
  13. 64′ – Verve. Everton’s door Diogo Gonsalves
  14. 61′ goal – Robert Lewandowski (4-1)
  15. 51′ – Jill – Dayot Opicano
  16. 49′ – Goal – Leroy Sane (3-1)

Bayern Munich has already finished the group stage of the Champions League after 4 matches. Robert Lewandowski was again the star against Benfica led by Jan Vertonghen with 3 goals.

  1. The end, 10.50 p.m. END. After a fun football match, Bayern Munich advances to the next round with a 5-2 victory. In his 100th Champions League match, Robert Lewandowski scored a hat-trick. .
  2. The second half, the 94th minute, the game is over
  3. The second half, the 89th minute. Benfica also creates some danger. After a clever combination, Rafa Silva aims for a short corner, but Neuer can let the ball roll. A remarkable effort. .
  4. The second half, the 88th minute. Sarr almost hit the 6th goal. There are almost 6-2 left! The ball falls right at the feet of substitute Sarr, but the Frenchman cannot reach the ball enough to stab the knife a little deeper into the Portuguese wound. .
  5. The second half, the 85th minute. Substitution in Bayern Munich, and Bona Sarr entered, and Serge Gnabry left.
  6. The second half goal, the 84th minute, was scored by Robert Lewandowski of Bayern Munich. 5, 2.
  7. The second half, minute 83.5, Lewandowski! Robert Lewandowski completes the party with his third goal of the match. After a beautiful long ball, the pool ends head-to-head with Vlachodimos with a lob. The Allianz Arena groans with joy. .
  8. The second half, the 81st minute. With 10 minutes of play, Benfica continues to fight for what it deserves. The Portuguese refuses to surrender and is looking for the third goal. .
  9. The second half, the 78th minute. Another smooth German attack falls through Lewandowski’s legs at Muller. The German tries using a low passer, but sees his attempt confined to the extreme. .
  10. Second half, minute 77. Substitution in Benfica, Gonzalo Ramos inside, Alex Grimaldo outside
  11. The second half, the 77th minute. Substitution in Benfica, Paulo Bernardo inside, Joao Mario outside
  12. The second half, minute 74. 4-2, Nunez! Benfica returns the cross and hits the spot. Joao Mario charges the Upamecano and then serves the Nuñez at the perfect moment. Uruguay puts the ball between Neuer’s legs and makes it 4-2. .
  13. A goal during the second half, the 74th minute, by Darwin Nunez of Benfica. 4, 2.
  14. The second half, the 72nd minute. A switch in Bayern Munich, Thomas Muller entered, and Leroy Sane exited.
  15. The second half, the 72nd minute. Substitution in Bayern Munich, entered Marcel Sabitzer, and Joshua Kimmich exit.
  16. The second half, the 71st minute. There are 20 minutes left. 20 minutes before the end of the match, Nagelsmann makes two more substitutions. Sunny and Kimmish make way for Mueller and Sabitzer. .
  17. Yellow card for Tanguy Kwasi, Bayern Munich player, during the second half, 69th minute
  18. The second half, the 68th minute. Nyanzu firm block. After a good performance from Nunez, Joao Mario kicks off the ball. The Portuguese seemed to be heading to Neuer alone, but then he fell to the ground with a nugget of Nianzu. Yellow for the French is in order. .
  19. Second half, 66th minute.
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