Muller and Lewandowski Score at Camp Nou for Bayern to Win 0-3

Muller and Lewandowski Score at Camp Nou for Bayern to Win 0-3

Bayern Munich earned a well-deserved win away at Barcelona thanks to a brace from Robert Lewandowski after Thomas Muller’s opener. Yesterday saw, among other Champions League football news, Muller and Lewandowski score at Camp Nou for Bayern to win 0-3.

Barcelona lost their first, debut, opening Champions League match for the first time in 23 years on Tuesday.

And as we predicted, Bayern Munich won 3-0 thanks to a Thomas Muller goal and a brace from Robert Lewandowski.

Watch the match highlights of this match which went the way most fans expected.

Muller and Lewandowski Score at Camp Nou for Bayern to Win 0-3

The hosts, Barcelona, were looking for vengeance after losing 8-2 to the same opponents, Bayern Munich, in the 2019-20 quarterfinals.

But even in an away match, Bayern proved far too strong in the Group E opener between the two heavyweights.

Muller opened the scoring in Barcelona’s humiliating defeat 13 months ago, and he did so again here in this opener.

He sent in a goal at 34 minutes in the first half at Camp Nou. And then, Lewandowski’s simple finish gave Bayern breathing room early in the second half with a 0-2 tally.

Late in the second half, Lewandowski doubled his tally late in the game to seal a routine win.

This victory moves the German champions to the top of the Group E table after the first round of fixtures.

Meanwhile, Barcelona are at the bottom after a goalless draw between Dynamo Kyiv and Benfica gave each team one point.

Barcelona 0-3 Bayern Munich

Goals: 0-1 Müller (34′), 0-2 Lewandowski (56′), 0-3 Lewandowski (85′)

Bookings: Gavi; Kimmich, Upamecano

Barcelona: ter Stegen – Ronald Araujo, Garcia, Pique – Roberto, F. de Jong, Busquets (c), Pedri, Alba – L. de Jong, Memphis

Substitutions: Gavi, Demir, Mingueza, Coutinho, Balde

Bayern Munich: Neuer (c) – Pavard, Upamecano, Süle, Davies – Kimmich, Goretzka – Sane, Müller, Musiala – Lewandowski

Substitutions: Hernandez, Gnabry, Sabitzer, Stanisic, Coman


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