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Barcelona vs Bayern Munich Match Highlights, UEFA Champions League Semi-Final 2nd Leg

Champions League Final 600x330 Barcelona vs Bayern Munich Match Highlights, UEFA Champions League Semi Final 2nd Leg

Barcelona had a herculean task ahead of them to overturn a 4-0 deficit from the first leg of the UEFA Champions League semi-final against Bayern Munich, and the cards were stacked against them before kick-off when it was announced that Lionel Messi would be benched for the match.

Without Messi, this was a tired and uninspired performance by Barcelona who lacked a cutting edge up front. Played in front of a sold-out crowd at Camp Nou, Bayern Munich were the better team and completely outplayed the Spanish side over both of the legs.

If you missed the game or you want to watch the goals again, here are the match highlights for Barcelona against Bayern Munich, in the second leg of the UEFA Champions League semi-final that was played on May 1, 2013.

The video highlights are for visitors located in the United States only due to rights restrictions.

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5 Responses to Barcelona vs Bayern Munich Match Highlights, UEFA Champions League Semi-Final 2nd Leg

  1. Prinz says:

    Well, well, well before i begin let me just have a good laugh, ha ha ha.
    How does it feel to have a taste of their own medicine, for years Barcelona have been making opposition look miserably poor, well guess what judgement has caught up with them 7:0 aggregate defeat. What happened to the best collection of players ever assembled, there goes a charlie, BIG TIME CHARLIE.
    The soap opera titled KILLING THE (UEFA) DOG has just finished, BUT MAKE NO MISTAKE ABOUT IT DORTMUND ARE GOING TO DISMANTLE BAYERN WITH MINIMUM EASE.

    For the 3rd year running Mr Platini’s dream of a CLASSICO final has been denied, He can still sleep well cos it’s not an English team in the final.
    I get the feeling that if PLATINI HAD HIS WAY HE WOULD BAN ALL ENGLISH CLUBS FROM EUROPE FOR OVERSPENDING, WHILE HIS OWN LA PARISAN KEEP SPENDING £45M ON 15YR OLD KIDS, THAT IS THE REAL FFP

    Dortmund all the way,
    Champ20ns,
    Prinz.

  2. kyle says:

    You can watch the preview of the final this Saturday when Dortmund play Bayern in a Bundesliga showdown. It’s on Gol TV at 12:30 PM ET on Saturday. Bayern has already won the league title but it could be a prelude of things to come in the CL final at Wembley.

  3. Todd says:

    By not playing Messi there will always be people who will point to this and use it as an excuse.
    Bayern were simply dominant and deserved their wins. Whether Messi played or not is irrelevant in my opinion.

    • Sammy says:

      I agree with you.

      • Efrain says:

        Messi (arguably greatest player in world), Puyol (our best defender), Busquets (our best holding midfielder) all out.

        Our best players out of each zone… defense, midfield, offense. Do the math.

        Not saying we wouldn’t still lose, but no way would we lose like we did last night or last week.

        :(

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