Juventus 0-2 Bayern, ‘The Old Lady’ faced off in Turin

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Juventus 0-2 Bayern, 'The Old Lady' faced off in Turin 0

Bayern’s triumphant song right at Juventus Arena.

Bayern did not make any mistakes like they did in the 1/8 round, thereby defeating Juventus by two goals right in Italy.

Mandzukic opened the scoring in the 64th minute after a quick header when the ball bounced off Buffon.

The 2-0 score was even lucky for Juventus as Bayern missed many opportunities, including Robben’s shot that hit the wooden frame.

*Watch a summary clip of Juventus 0-2 Bayern match

Contrary to predictions, the dominant position was still maintained by Bayern throughout the 90 minutes of last night’s match.

Entering the semi-finals after two convincing matches against a strong opponent like Juventus, Bayern proved they are a bright candidate for this year’s Champions League championship.

Returning to last night’s match, Bayern showed danger right from the first minutes of the match.

Just like the first leg, Juventus responded with long-range shots.

Since this situation, the game tilted heavily in favor of the away team.

Juventus 0-2 Bayern, 'The Old Lady' faced off in Turin

Juventus had to pay the price for letting their opponents constantly press the field.

The second half started with a dangerous situation from Juventus.

However, individual flashes did not help Juventus improve the situation.

Robben’s shot was a warning sign for Juventus as they let Bayern constantly press the field.

Mandzukic’s goal almost decided the outcome of the match, but Bayern still refused to stop.

In the 90th minute, Juventus had to concede another goal with a practice match from the away team.

Bayern deservedly reached the semi-finals and they are the second German team to make it to the last four.

Starting lineup:

Juventus: Buffon, Chiellini, Barzagli, Bonucci, Pogba, Marchisio (Giaccherini, 79′), Padoin (Isla, 69′), Pirlo, Asamoah, Vucinic, Quagliarella (Matri, 66′)

Bayern Munich: Neuer, Dante, Van Buyten (Boateng, 35′), Lahm, Ribery (Gustavo, 80′), Martinez, Mueller, Alaba, Schweinsteiger, Mandzukic (Pizarro, 83′), Robben

Goals: Mandzukic (64′), Pizarro (90+1′)

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