Bayern Munich booked the pass to the Champions League semi-finals after a landslide victory over Barcelona 8-2, and reiterated that it is the first candidate for the coronation and regained the championship title, which has been absent from its coffers since 2013.
Without introductions, the two teams began the confrontation that took place at Al-Nour Stadium in Lisbon with full force, and Bayern Munich took the initiative to score in the fourth minute through Thomas Muller.
Barcelona returned to the match and equalized thanks to a friendly goal scored by Bayern defender David Alaba in the seventh minute.
Barcelona gave a ray of hope to his fans after returning to the confrontation, and tried to reach the Bavarian club’s goal, before the Germans rose up.
Bayern scored 3 goals in 10 minutes through Ivan Perisic in the 21st minute, Serge Gnabry in the 27th minute, and Muller in the 31st minute.
With the start of the second half, Barcelona’s efforts culminated in reducing the difference with a goal through Luis Suarez in the 57th minute.
Left defender Alfonso Davis skillfully led a Bayern attack that ended with a fifth goal by Joshua Kimmich in the 63rd minute.
The Polish scorer refused to end the match without fingerprinting the result with a sixth goal in the 82nd minute, before Philippe Coutinho added two goals in the 85 and 89 minutes.
The Bavarian club is seeking to win the Champions League title for the sixth time in its history, and in the semi-final it will face the winner of facing Manchester City, England, and Lyon, France.