Bayern Munich vs Barcelona, UEFA Champions League Match Highlights [VIDEO]

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Watch match highlights of Bayern Munich against Barcelona from the first leg of the UEFA Champions League semi-final between the champions of Germany against the current leaders in Spain.

The first leg was played in Munich with goals-a-plenty scored. One leg down, one to go in order to decide who will play in the UEFA Champions League Final at Wembley this May.

Here are the highlights of Bayern Munich against Barcelona from April 23, 2013:

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8 Responses to Bayern Munich vs Barcelona, UEFA Champions League Match Highlights [VIDEO]

  1. Tim Krass says:

    Seems like there were a lot of fouls by BM over the back and obstruction on many of these goals.

  2. Prinz says:

    Can’t wait to watch the 2nd part of the soap Opera titled “KILLING THE (UEFA) DOG”, mehn was the 1st part interesting, just left for Dortmund to finish the Business with Madrid. But hey don’t worry Spanish league fans, apparently your league still has the BEST ELEVEN IN PROFESSIONAL FOOTBALL, and if you doubt Me, infact don’t take my word for it just ask FIFPRO and you’ll be suprised.

    There goes the real 1 man team in MESSILONA, inspiring your team against PSG is 1 thing but doing the Same thing against a well oiled Machine like Bayern Munich, well, as R’TRUTH would put it “THEY GOT CAUGHT”.

    Still tipsy from last night’s celebration, believe me we’re CHAMP20NS OF ENGLAND YET AGAIN
    BEST BELIEVE THAT.

    Prinz,
    I’m Coming.

  3. Frill Artist says:

    Wow. Rape.

  4. Smokey Bacon says:

    The question is, do Bayern have enough of a lead to take to the Nou Camp? I can still see this being 4-4 at some point.

  5. kyle says:

    Right now it looks like Barcelona have no chance. However, if they can score a couple of goals before halftime and not allow Bayern to score that could give them the momentum going into the second half and might make Bayern nervous.

    If Bayern go to Barcelona and try to defend they will play right into Barcelona’s hand. An early goal for Bayern will make all the difference so they should go there and play to score.

  6. Efrain says:

    Messi.

    Ditch Alexis and start Villa.

    Messi.

    More Ref calls Barca’s way.

    Messi.

    Then maybe a 1 in 10 chance Barca pulls it off.

    Hope.

  7. Dust says:

    The game was crying out for Alex Song to firm up the center of the park, give some organization and steel to their defense and take pressure of Pique who looked confused at best.

    Villa should have started, as should Cesc, Messi wasn’t fit and did not help at all.

    Poor coaching from Tito, taking of Pedro, leaving villa sub to the 83 minute… Very poor…. He looked like he didn’t have an answer.

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