It was supposed to be a kind of early finale. A match between two giants. But it turned out to be a fairly straightforward affair, with Manchester City clearly dominating the duel. Bayern Munich have a tough job in the rematch, they have to make up a three-goal deficit. But hope is the last to die.
Wednesday’s Champions League schedule will feature a rematch between Bayern Munich and Manchester City. The English side dominated the first leg with an unexpectedly high 3-0 win. The Bavarian giant was worse in the match and has a lot to make up for in the rematch.
How could Bayern be trusted in football circles to pull it off? Not exactly. But hope is the last thing to die and Munich know it too. Moreover, we’ve already seen some crazy turnovers in the Champions League knockout stages. PSG could tell a story.
Manchester are also wary of a rematch. They know that any underestimation or underestimation can be a direct way out of the competition. Especially against Bayern, who still have a very good squad and who always believe in themselves and don’t give up.
Plus there is the Allianz Arena factor. The stats from recent years speak clearly – since the start of the 2019/20 season, Bayern have won 16 out of 18 Champions League games at home, eight of them by three or more goals. Moreover, Bayern have not scored at home yet this Champions League season. The basis would therefore be.
City rivals Manchester United could tell the Citizens that Bayern can turn virtually any situation around. They have seen this in the past decade.
And Thomas Müller, the legend of Germany’s biggest club, confirms that the Bavarians are not about to give up. “We believe we still have a chance. We have to have a good start. Maybe a 1-0 lead after the first half could be enough,” he says in an interview.
“We don’t have to lead 3: 0 after ten minutes. But we have to score and continue to do so gradually. If we score the second goal in the 80th minute, we will still have 15 minutes. I believe it’s possible,” he added.
Source: SPORT1, Twitter, Bayern Munich, UEFA
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