Is Bayern Munich better than Barcelona?

Is Bayern Munich better than Barcelona?

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.

How did Bayern beat Barcelona 8 2?

Bayern, who later went on to become champions, won the match 8–2, making it the first time Barcelona had conceded eight goals in a game since 1946, when they lost 8–0 to Sevilla in the 1946 Copa del Generalísimo….Statistics.

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When did Barca lose 7 0 to Bayern?

Champions League 2012/13. The return leg at Camp Nou was no better. Bayern added three more goals to what would a 7-0 aggregate defeat, Barça’s worst ever in continental competitions.

How many times has Barcelona lost to Bayern Munich?

Barcelona have lost six Champions League matches against Bayern Munich – two more than against any other side. Match ends, Barcelona 2, FC Bayern München 8. Second Half ends, Barcelona 2, FC Bayern München 8. Arturo Vidal (Barcelona) is shown the yellow card. Offside, Barcelona.

How many goals has Bayern scored against Barcelona?

He has now scored six goals against Barcelona in the Champions League, the most by any player against the Spaniards in the competition’s history. Bayern Munich have reached their 12th Champions League semi-final – only Real Madrid have done so more often (13).

Who was on the bench for Barcelona against Bay Munich?

Barcelona loanee Philippe Coutinho started on the bench along with Kingsley Coman, who had struggled with a muscle injury. Three minutes later, Muller added his second as Barcelona crumbled. A loose header from Gnabry was picked up by Joshua Kimmich on the right wing.

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.