Bayern’s lineup will no doubt include the top guns to shock the defending Champions League holders Real Madrid, who are deemed by most to be favourites.
Recent encounters have seen Real Madrid prevail over Bayern Munich in the Champions League. With Jupp Heynckes back and the team playing to its strengths, die Roten are ready to set right the injustice.
Bayern Munich have been drawn against their old enemy Real Madrid for what I like to call the European Classico. Will the recent trend of results continue or will La Bestia Negra serve a cold dish of revenge?
Bayern progressed through to the Champions League semi-finals after a 0:0 draw at the Allianz Arena. Sevilla changed their tactical approach from the first leg and managed to keep the game goalless.
A stout defensive performance from Bayern lead by a surprising source kept Sevilla from causing any drama as Die Roten punched their ticket to the Champions League semis.
FC Bayern München’s 0:0 draw against Sevilla was not the most entertaining match of the season but it showed that the Reds can handle pressure situations in important matches.
The soon-to-be-crowned German champions will face an optimistic Sevilla side in Munich on Wednesday for a Champions’ League semi-final berth. Bayern could field a revved-up XI for that.
Sevilla gave Bayern an expected, but thoroughly unpleasant amount of trouble. They needed James Rodríguez’s talent to untangle a tightly knit defensive scheme.
Javi Martínez and Franck Ribéry’s performances were the strongest and Juan Bernat’s the weakest in a laboured performance in Sevilla.
FC Bayern München were lucky to defeat Sevilla FC on Tuesday night in Spain and a “timely” injury allowed James Rodríguez to work his magic once more.