Is Barcelona better than Bayern Munich?

Both teams won without much trouble, Barcelona having 87 points, nine more than second-placed Real Madrid, compared to Bayern Munich’s 82, 13 more than runners-up Borussia Dortmund. Barcelona won 27, drew six and lost five, scoring 105 and conceding 34.

Has Barcelona ever defeated Bayern?

Bayern have beaten Barcelona six times before, including this 4-0 victory in 2013. Bayern kick-off their tournament in Lisbon on Friday against the Spanish side as they look to progress to the semi-finals.

Why did Barcelona lose Bayern?

Barca manager Pep Guardiola was sent off in the first leg for protesting a yellow card given to Lionel Messi, and had to watch the second leg from the stands. This defeat, as well as 0–1 home loss in a Bundesliga match against Schalke 04, eventually led to the sacking of Bayern manager Jürgen Klinsmann.

What was score of Barcelona v Bay Munich?

The tone was set early on as Thomas Muller – making his 113th Champions League appearance – scored inside four minutes, but it was soon cancelled out by a freak own goal from David Alaba (7). The first-half floodgates then opened as Ivan Perisic (22), Serge Gnabry (28) and Muller (31) netted in quick succession.

Who is going to beat Bayern Munich in Champions League?

In an incredible Champions League encounter, Bayern Munich decimated an insipid Barcelona to reach the semi-finals, winning 8-2 in Lisbon. The pressure on manager Quique Setien has grown exponentially after one of the heaviest defeats in Barcelona’s history while Bayern look to be the team to beat in the Champions League.

Who is the head coach of Barcelona football club?

Under-pressure Barcelona head coach Quique Setien says the club ‘must recover’ from an 8-2 defeat to Bayern Munich eliminated them from the Champions League. Friday’s capitulation was the clearest sign yet that it is the end of an era at Barcelona.

How did Muller get the goal against Bay Munich?

A loose header from Gnabry was picked up by Joshua Kimmich on the right wing. His inviting low cross was waiting to be turned home and Muller did just that, tapping the ball past his international team-mate Ter Stegen. There was a brief VAR check but the goal stood.