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Bayern humiliate Barcelona in the CL quarter-final

Fast-paced, entertaining and epic.

So can Bayern Munich's convincing big win at 8-2 over FC Barcelona in Friday's quarter-final in the Champions League summed up.

Bayern Munich were a class better than Barcelona this evening in Lisbon, where the quarter finals were decided over one match without spectators because of coronapandemien.

In the semi-final to Bayern Munich meeting the winner of the showdown between Manchester City and Lyon.

Friday's match started in high tempo, and Barcelona was actually well with in the introduction.

After four minutes opened the Bayern Munich attacker Thomas Müller målfesten, when after the interaction with Robert Lewandowski kicked sydtyskerne at 1-0.

Bayern wiped out Barcelona with the whole of 8-2. Photo: Rafael Marchante/Reuters

There were, however, only go three more minutes, before Barcelona had equalised to 1-1. It happened after a post from the left, the Bayern-stopper David Alaba unfortunate sent in the own network.

Barcelona had more opportunities, perhaps, to have made it to a second combat in this phase.

But the Barcelona attacker Luis Suarez was completely free in front of goal his effort saved by the sprawling Bayern-keeper Manuel Neuer.

a Few minutes later hit the Barcelona's unusually anonymous stjernespiller Lionel Messi to the post on a tricky post.

And then it went completely wrong, as the Bavarian målmaskine got started in the other end with the effervescent football.

With three goals in under ten minutes in the middle of the first half was Barcelona's fragile defense shown.

After 22 minutes stroking the Bavarian winger Ivan Perisic over the Barcelona stopper Gerard Pique and udplacerede despite an acute angle Marc-André ter Stegen in the Spanish goal.

Six minutes later it looked like Barcelona's other key forsvarspiller, Clément Lenglet, a petrified cone, as Leon Goretzka took Serge Gnabry to 3-1-scoring.

Thomas Müller did what suited him in the quarter-finals. Photo: Ritzau Scanpix

Thomas Müller was shortly after the double goal scorer as he ran in front of the unaware and passive Pique and made it 4-1.

It looked like at that time already an early decision on the fight.

In the second half reduced Suarez to 2-4 after a little under an hour for Barcelona, but immediately dotted Bavaria, the small possibility for the voltage in the purge.

With the match detail dried Bayern-charlie Alphonso Davies on the grim show Barcelona Nelson Semedo and found Joshua Kimmich for an easy score to 5-2.

Bayern's top scorer Robert Lewandowski also came on the measured breeding with the raiders to 6-2 after 82 minutes.

And Bayern crushed just forward and crushed the last of the peppercorns out of the tired, resigned, and shook the Barcelona players, who appeared to be completely without power, and energy.

At the end did the Bavarian substituted Philippe Coutinho, who even is rented from Barcelona, and from the ignominy of total.

With the objectives to 7-2 and 8-2 got Coutinho on the bizarre show put a dot for Barcelona in this game.

And perhaps it was also the end of an era in Barcelona, who seems to have saddle on, if the team must be at the highest level.

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