Bayern Munich

Champions League Quarterfinals Goals - April 13, 2016

The final day of the Champions League quarterfinals kicked off today with Barcelona playing away at Atletico Madrid and Benfica hosting Bayern Munich. Barcelona were ahead 2-1 on aggregate heading into the match, but Madrid scored in the 36th minute to go ahead on aggregate due to the away goal tie-breaker.

Griezmann headed home a cross after Jordi Alba could not fully clear the ball. The Frenchman would add a penalty to take a 3-2 aggregate lead in the 88th minute after a handball by Andres Iniesta. The final score was 2-0. 

Were Manchester United Right To Sign David De Gea Instead of Manuel Neuer?

Sir Alex Ferguson has revealed that David De Gea was not his first choice keeper after the retirement of Edwin Van Der Sar. Instead, it was World Cup champion and Bayern Munich stalwart Manuel Neuer who caught the eye of the legendary manager.

Bayern Munich vs. Benfica: As Twitter Saw It

Bayern Munich vs. Benfica could have gone a lot better for Bayern, but it also could have gone a lot worse. The hosts beat the Portuguese side 1-0 to give themselves a lead going into the return leg.

Champions League Quarterfinals Goals - April 5, 2016

Champions League Quarterfinals kicked off today with Bayern Munich facing Benfica and Barcelona taking on fellow La Liga foes, Atletico Madrid. Fernando Torres opened the scoring for Atletico in the 25th minute, however he was sent off with his second yellow card 10 minutes later. Madrid was down to 10 men and Luis Suarez took advantage when he scored in the 63rd and 74th minute. Barcelona would hold on to the lead and win 2 - 1. Bayern Munich got off to a hot start as Arturo Vidal scored on a header in the 2nd minute. His goal would prove to be the winner. 

Are Paris Saint-Germain One Of The Greatest Club Sides Ever?

Paris Saint-Germain are in the midst of one of the most impressive seasons in the history of European club football. Their overall record in competitive matches reads 38 wins, six draws and only two losses. Those two losses came at the hands of Real Madrid, in Madrid, and away to Lyon at the formidable and newly opened Parc Olympique Lyonnais.

Watch Every Goal From Wednesday's Champions League Matches

The last day of Champions League Round of 16 featured four world-renowned teams. Arsenal traveled to FC Barcelona hoping to make up a 2-0 aggregate deficit, while Bayern Munich and Juventus were tied at two. 

The Bayern Munich Sensation Who'll Replace Xabi And Transcend Schweinsteiger

As the dust settled on a thoroughly entertaining 0-0 draw between Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund, it was evident that the two most memorable moments of the match involved Munich’s young starlet Joshua Kimmich. A 21-year-old who was serving as a makeshift defender in the most important league match of the season, Kimmich hardly put a foot wrong.

A Former Bank Robber Tried To Blackmail Bayern Munich. It Did Not Go Well

You should not try to blackmail Bayern Munich. This was the lesson learned by a man known as the "broomstick robber" (as far as robber nicknames go, he may have drawn the short, uh, broomstick here) when he was arrested for allegedly threatening Germany's foremost football club.

Champions League Round of 16 Goals - February 23, 2016

FC Barcelona traveled to England and beat Arsenal 2 - 0. Messi scored both goals, the first in the 71st minute and the second on a penalty in the 83rd. While in Turino, Italy, Bayern took a two goal lead from Thomas Mueller and Arjen Robben. Mueller scored the first goal in the 43rd minute and Robben added the 2nd in the 55th. Juventus battled back for the 2 - 2 tie with goals in the 63rd and 76th minute. The first was scored by Paulo Dybala and the tying goal came from Stefano Sturaro. 

These Women Are Part Of Why German Soccer Has The Best Celebration In Sports

Oh, to be German. The land of a healthy economy, delicious beer, and, of course, the World Cup Champions. It’s good to be in German soccer right now. If you are a young German, fans of top flight clubs across Europe melt at the prospect of having you on their team. If you are a veteran, people call you things like Fußballgott (which literaly means Football God). If you are a coach, you are highly respected, and more than likely highly paid.

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