Bayern Munich Vs Barcelona- Final Result: Bayern 2 – 0 Barcelona

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Final Result: Bayern 2 – 0 Barcelona

Just nine months after last season’s last UEFA Champions League (UCL) group stage match, when Bayern Munich sentenced Barcelona to their first group stage elimination since 2000/01 (W3-0), Bayern will now try to assert your domain again. The big story in this game is Robert Lewandowski’s return to the Allianz Arena after his move to Barça, and he really contributed to three goals in this clash last season, but in Bayern’s colors (G2, A1).

The ten-time German champions would still like to rely on Lewandowski’s magic after suffering a shaky start to Bundesliga action this season, as they are now on a three-game winning streak in the league for the third time in four years ( E3). Despite these possible domestic concerns, Bayern have won each of the last four UCL groups, 18 in total during the club’s history, just three short of the competition record held by Barcelona!

Bayer Munich Vs Barcelona- Champions league group stage

A rousing start to the season in La Liga (W4, L1) and a 5-1 win over Plzeň in the opening UCL game may have pushed last season’s failures to the back of Barcelona’s minds. However, the most recent game was overshadowed by a medical emergency in the stands, but the players helped to resolve the situation, before winning 4-0 in Cádiz.

Barcelona’s opening-day UCL win alone has seen them more than double the paltry two-goal tally of last season’s edition, but they will certainly face a much tougher test in Bavaria as they have never won a head-to-head away match. (E2, D4). But to record that historic first win, Barcelona will have to improve from a run of just 12 wins in their last 27 UCL away games (D9, L6).

Players to watch: All five of Sadio Mané’s goals since moving to Bayern have served to extend the lead, although his only career goals at the Allianz Arena came in a 3-1 win over Liverpool in 2018/19! All eyes will be on Lewandowski, who has now scored a UCL hattrick for three different clubs (Dortmund, Bayern, Barcelona) and is just two short of equaling the record of eight, which Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi jointly own.

Hot stat: Bayern are unbeaten in their last 24 UCL home games (W23, L1).

Our Pick: Both teams to score

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