Bayern Munich has a good starting position in the first leg silverplated and stands in the semi-finals of the Champions League. The newly crowned German champion defended in your own home a 1-2 lead against Sevilla and was never in trouble. It was 0-0 at the Allianz Arena, Bayern joins in the final four.
Last weekend crowned Bayern for the sixth time in a row to win a national championship, from now on, is all focus on the Champions League. Trainer Jupp Heynckes threw his strongest eleven for the lions. In comparison with the first leg meant that Robben, James and Rafinha in the squad at the expense of Vidal (injured), Thiago and Bernat. In Seville was missing with the injured Kjaer to the rock in the surf, his place was taken by Mercado. Banega returned from suspension and referred Pizarro to the bank.
Sevilla had a backlog to get, but the initial phase was for Bayern. The home team threatened immediately by James’s free-kick and through Robben with an individual action. The Dutchman saw his shot right past the pole to pass through. The next chance for Lewandowski, but his header was not powerful enough to be Sevilla goalkeeper Soria surprise. After the first ten minutes took Bayern the foot slightly of the accelerator pedal, Seville was finally set up. Banega found the detached Sarabia, but that it stops of sixteen. Team mate, He did that with half-an-hour in sight neatly.
Bayern realized that it was not too careless, should be, Seville switched on in the previous round, not for nothing is Manchester United. Central defender tiny toddlers went on an adventure, his shot whizzed just over. The last word was still for Ribéry, but his blast was too centrally focused.
After the break we got a similar spelbeeld. Bayern was boss, but score did not succeed. Lewandowski, James and Muller went to their chance, but were not accurate. The home team had to watch out for the counter-attacks of the Spanish visitors, Banega pegelde but centimeters next to the pole. Did that a minute later Robben on the other side of the field.
Goals fell in the final stage, not more. Sevilla explained herself to the supremacy of Bayern, and the Germans didn’t have more. No spectacle so as in Madrid, but an easy qualification for Der Rekordmeister.