Bayern-Real draw in epic battle of ups and downs

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Bayern Munich 2 : 2 Real Madrid

This is not the European Classico! For several days, the heat and excitement was built around the match. Today proved that the excitement about the fight between the two most successful teams in Europe was not wrong. In the classic battle of ups and downs, however, neither Bayern Munich nor Real Madrid ultimately won. The first leg of the Champions League semi-final in Munich ended in a 2-2 draw.

Vinicius’ goal saw Real take the lead in the opener against hosts Bayern at the Allianz Arena tonight. When Real looked to be in control after the break, Leroy Sane and Harry Kane scored two goals in four minutes to give Bayern the lead. After that, when Bayern was waiting to end the match with a win, Real hit back again. Vini scored his own and the team’s second goal from the penalty spot to equalize Real. The match of the first leg ended in a tie.

Bayern made their intentions clear from the first minute of the match at home. In the first leg, the Munich club started to play with the goal of winning at any cost. As a result, Bayern took 6 shots at Real’s post in the first 21 minutes of the match, both of which were on target. In one-on-one, Sane failed to score despite finding Real goalkeeper Andriy Lunin alone. In addition, some other attacks made by Cain-Jamal Musialad are wasted on close range.

On the other hand, Real spent the first 20 minutes trying to settle down. Even if they got the ball once, they could not control it properly. But against the current, Real did the real job of scoring a goal in the 24th minute of the match.

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Toni Kroos made a brilliant throw from near midfield that eluded four Bayern defenders. And Vinicius showed the address of the net with a great finish after taking possession of the ball. With this, Vinicius became the fourth player to score in three consecutive Champions League semi-finals. Jari Litmanen, Cristiano Ronaldo and Kevin De Bruyne have achieved this feat before him.

Barring scoring, the first 30 minutes of the match were all about Bayern. At that time, the Bavarian club was ahead in all aspects including possession of the ball, creation of opportunities, passing. However, Real coach Carlo Ancelotti should not be too upset. Because his disciples did the work properly.

After the first half hour, however, Real started to make their mark in the match. Try to attack with the ball at your feet. At this time, they tried to attack the Bayern defense several times. However, it was not enough to secure the second goal. However, Real went into the break ahead of the opponent’s field.



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