Barcelona 0-3 Bayern Munich: Thomas Muller haunts Barca again as Bayern claim big win

Bayern Munich’s Thomas Muller scored twice in the first half to give them a 2-0 lead, before Robert Lewandowski added another goal just before halftime. The Bavarians have now won all three of their matches against Barcelona this season and are on course for a potential treble.

Bayern Munich were able to overcome Barcelona 3-0 in the first leg of their Champions League matchup. Thomas Muller was the star, scoring two goals and providing an assist.

Thomas Muller (right) celebrates his goal for Bayern Munich at BarcelonaThomas Muller (right) scored his seventh Champions League goal against Barcelona, more than any other player in the competition.

Bayern Munich is a German football club. is a German football club. dominated Barcelona in their Champions League Group E opener, with goals from Thomas Muller and Robert Lewandowski settling a fight of the big two.

Muller’s eighth career goal against Barcelona came off Eric Garcia’s back in the first half, giving the German champions complete control of the game.

Lewandowski sealed the victory with a predatory finish, tapping his 74th Champions League goal into an empty net after Jamal Musiala’s shot cannoned against the post.

His 75th goal came late in the game, when he demonstrated his goal-scoring ability with a slashed finish after Serge Gnabry’s effort rebounded off the post and dropped to him in the area.

Barca looked flat and offered nothing in their first Champions League match since Lionel Messi’s departure, failing to register a single attempt on goal.

For the first time in their history, Catalan football has lost three straight home games in European play.

Because to Covid-19 limitations, they finished the game with four adolescents on the field, which did at least add some intensity and raise a lackluster audience of slightly under 40,000.

They were, however, completely trounced, and by a Bayern squad that was not even at its best.

The Germans are in first place in the group, with the other match between Benfica and Dinamo Kiev ending in a 0-0 draw.

‘We are what we are,’ says the narrator.

It’s been 13 months since Bayern Munich brutally exposed Barcelona’s increasing weakness, sending eight past them in one of the most shocking Champions League knockout games in recent memory.

Barca had no idea that matters would only grow worse for them in the months ahead, with Messi’s departure to Paris St-Germain this summer due to a precarious financial position.

They now seem to be a shadow of the team they once were, going through the motions and susceptible to being pushed aside by any team with a strategy and skill, or a world-class team in third gear, like Bayern was.

In the 8-2 defeat in 2020, Messi began up front alongside Luis Suarez. Due to the injury to ex-Middlesbrough striker Martin Braithwaite, Barcelona partnered two previous Premier League flops in Memphis Depay and Luuk de Jong on Wednesday.

It didn’t matter because Bayern cut off the supply, left the home attackers stranded, pressed high, and methodically picked apart a defense that was supposed to be a three but was often stretched into a five.

“It is what it is,” one of the three centre-backs, Gerard Pique, remarked. “We are who we are, and that is the truth.”

“I believe the scoreline is unjust,” Garcia, a fellow defender, said defiantly. The first goal was deflected off of me, and the second goal was deflected off the post and into the hands of Lewandowski.

“I don’t believe we should have been defeated by such a large margin.

“We were facing Bayern, maybe Europe’s greatest team, and if we didn’t keep the ball in midfield long enough, we’d lose. We knew it was going to be a difficult task.”

Bayern Munich are in the midst of their own transformation, with the club’s first response to a leaving manager and aging sections of their squad being to acquire the finest players from closest local rival RB Leipzig.

They have a guy in incoming CEO Julian Nagelsmann whose principles provide for a smooth transition from successor Hansi Flick.

The 34-year-old has both the skill and the tools necessary to make this Bayern team a serious contender for the Champions League this season. Imagine what they’ll be like when they’re in fifth gear.

They’ve now gone unbeaten in 19 European away games, a record in all European competitions, and it’s only going to get better.

Barca, on the other hand, is stagnating and it’s difficult to see how they’ll get back on track. Second place in Group E is not a certain conclusion.

Match Player of the Year

Lewandowski Lewandowski, Robert

Barcelona

  1. The 14th squad Philipp Coutinho is the name of the player.

  2. Depay, Depay, Depay, Depay, Depay, Depay, Depay, Depay

  3. Jong, Jong, Jong, Jong, Jong, Jong, Jong, Jong, Jon

  4. The 16th squad Name of the player Pedri

  5. Number one squad Stegen is the player’s name.

  6. Squad 17 is the seventeenth squad. Jong is the name of a player.

  7. Alba Alba Alba Alba Alba Alba Alba Alba Alba Alba Alba Alba Alba Alba Alba Alba Alba Alba Alba Alba Alba Alba Alba

  8. Five-man squad Busquets is the name of the player.

  9. Three-man squad Piqué is the name of the player.

  10. Number four squad Araujo is the name of the player.

  11. Number of players in the squad20Name of the player Roberto

  12. Garca is a member of the 24th squad.

  13. Demir, Demir, Demir, Demir, Demir, Demir, Demir, Demir

  14. Gavi, Gavi, Gavi, Gavi, Gavi, Gavi, Gavi, Gavi

  15. Lex Balde is a member of the 31st squad.

  16. Player’s name22Squad number Mingueza

Bayern Munich

  1. Number 9 squad Lewandowski is the name of the player.

  2. Müller, Müller, Müller, Müller, Müller, Müller, M

  3. Davis is a member of the 19th squad.

  4. Number of players in the squad10 Sané

  5. The 6th squad Name of the player Kimmich

  6. MusialaMusialaMusialaMusialaMusialaMusiala

  7. Eighth squad Name of the player Goretzka

  8. Number one squad Neuer is the name of the player.

  9. UpamecanoUpamecanoUpamecanoUpamecanoUpamecanoUpamecan

  10. GnabryGnabryGnabryGnabryGnabryGnab

  11. HernándezHernándezHernándezHernándezHernándezHernánd

  12. SüleSüleSüleSüleSüleSüleSüleSüleS

  13. Five-man squad Pavard is the name of the player.

  14. Number 18 in the squad Sabitzer is the name of the player.

  15. The eleventh squad Coman is the name of the player.

  16. Stanisic is a member of the 44th squad.

Line-ups

Barcelona

3-1-4-2 formation

Stegen No. 1

4 Araujo3Piqué24García

5Busquets

20 Roberto21de Jong is a Dutch surname.González López, 16González López, 16González L18Alba Roberto21de Jong16González López18Alba

DepayDepayDepayDepayDepayDepayDepayDepayDepayDepayDe

  • Stegen No. 1
  • 4Araujo
  • 3Piqué
  • 24 At 66’minutes, Garca was substituted by Mingueza.
  • Paez Gaviria was replaced by 5 Busquets. 59’minutes It was scheduled for 82 minutes.
  • 59’minutesSubstituted forDemirat 20Roberto
  • 21de Jong
  • 16González López
  • 18Alba At 74’minutes, he was replaced by Balde Martnez.
  • At 66’minutes, 17de Jong was substituted by Coutinho.
  • 9Depay

Substitutes

  • 2Dest
  • 6Puig Mart is a fictional character.
  • 11Demir
  • Murara Neto, 13Murara Neto, 13Murara Neto,
  • 14Coutinho
  • 15Lenglet
  • 22Mingueza
  • 23Umtiti
  • Pea Sotorres, 26
  • González Iglesias (González Iglesias) (González Igle
  • Paez Gaviria, 30Paez Gaviria, 30Paez Gaviri
  • 31Balde Martnez is a character in the film Balde Martnez.

Bayern Munich

4-2-3-1 formation

1Neuer

5Pavard2Upamecano4Süle19Davies

6Kimmich8Goretzka

42Musiala25Müller10Sané

9Lewandowski

  • 1Neuer
  • Hernándezat was replaced by 5Pavard. 66’minutes
  • 2Upamecano Scheduled for 78 minutes
  • 4Süle 82’minutesSubstituted forStanisicat
  • 19Davies
  • 6Kimmich Scheduled for 5 minutes
  • 8Goretzka
  • Gnabryat was replaced by 42Musiala for 70 minutes.
  • At 82’minutes, Müller was substituted by Sabitzer.
  • Sané was substituted by Comanat in the 82nd minute.
  • 9Lewandowski

Substitutes

  • 3Richards
  • 7Gnabry
  • 11Coman
  • 13Choupo-Moting
  • 17Cuisance
  • 18 Sabitzer
  • 20Sarr
  • 21Hernández
  • 22Roca
  • 23Nianzou
  • 26 Ulreich
  • 44 Stanisic

Michael Oliver is the official referee.

Attendance:39,737

Live Text

  1. Barcelona 0 FC Bayern München 3 is the final score.

  2. Barcelona 0 FC Bayern München 3 at the conclusion of the second half.

  3. The attempt was unsuccessful. The left footed shot from outside the box by Joshua Kimmich (FC Bayern München) goes high and wide to the left. Kingsley Coman assisted.

  4. FC Bayern München’s Joshua Kimmich is awarded a free kick in the defensive half.

  5. Philippe Coutinho was called for a foul (Barcelona).

  6. Marcel Sabitzer (FC Bayern München) commits a foul.

  7. Barcelona’s Philippe Coutinho is awarded a free kick in the attacking half.

  8. The attempt was unsuccessful. FC Bayern München’s Robert Lewandowski’s header from the middle of the area misses to the left. Joshua Kimmich assisted with a cross from a corner.

  9. FC Bayern München has a corner. Gerard Piqué has given up a goal.

  10. The attempt was unsuccessful. The left footed shot from outside the box by Serge Gnabry (FC Bayern München) is too high. Joshua Kimmich assisted.

  11. Barcelona drew 0-0 with FC Bayern München. FC Bayern München’s Robert Lewandowski (left footed shot from the middle of the area to the top right corner)

  12. With a right-footed shot from the middle of the box, Serge Gnabry (FC Bayern München) strikes the right post. Kingsley Coman assisted.

  13. The attempt was unsuccessful. The right footed shot from Marcel Sabitzer (FC Bayern München) from the right side of the six yard box is near, but it misses to the right. Serge Gnabry assisted with a through ball.

  14. In the defensive half, FC Bayern München’s Dayot Upamecano earns a free kick.

  15. Gavi commits a foul (Barcelona).

  16. FC Bayern München has made a substitution. Niklas Süle is replaced by Josip Stanisic.

  17. FC Bayern München has made a substitution. Leroy Sané is replaced by Kingsley Coman.

  18. FC Bayern München has made a substitution. Thomas Müller is replaced by Marcel Sabitzer.

  19. For a bad foul, Gavi (Barcelona) receives a yellow card.

  20. FC Bayern München’s Leon Goretzka is awarded a free kick in the defensive half.

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The bayern munich schedule is a football match that was played on October 29, 2018. Bayern Munich won the match 3-0 over Barcelona. Thomas Muller scored two goals in the match and assisted another goal for Robert Lewandowski’s first goal.

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