The Bavarians defeated Chelsea 3-0 in the Champions League semi-finals, taking a splendid advance ahead of the Allianz Arena rematch.
Two goals for German success were scored by Gnabri, with whom he “cooked” the opponent, rejoicing in his traditional way, imitating a stirring dish.
But this was not a surprise when talking about Gnabry’s visits to London, because in October he made 4 hits to defeat Bayern Munich against Tottenham by 7: 2. The Bavarians also took a partial revenge on the terrible memories of Chelsea 8 years ago. Then the Blue beat them to the Champions League final at their home in Munich.
The third hit for today’s success was scoring the goal scorer Robert Lewandowski, which largely killed the intrigue in this clash.
Chelsea was already considered a total outsider after the draw, and this was confirmed after today’s match, which was dominated by only one team, and he had “red” teams.
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The Bavarians dominated the entire Stamford Bridge game, though during the first half the hosts also tried to bravely attack.
However, they did not fare as well as Bayern, who missed several excellent chances through Lewandowski and Coman. Thomas Müller hit the beam at the end of the half.
The second part could not have gone better for the Germans, who already had two goals in the lead 10 minutes after the start.
Two goals scored by Serge Gnabri, with two assists in Robert Lewandowski’s account.
The two interacted with an excellent double submission in the 50th minute, as if in a workout that ended with Gnabri remaining uncovered around the penalty spot.
With the next attack, Lewandowski again released an excellent pass to the rising Gnabri, who doubled with a diagonal shot and again showed his traditional joy in the jubilant guest agitation.
This totally broke Chelsea’s young team, which was totally outplayed during this second part.
Bayern played much more liberally, with a number of varied and nice attacks, logically reaching the third goal.
Kingsley Coman found Robert Lewandowski in an excellent position, and the Pole could not miss an empty door.
Bayern’s dominance was clear, with which the German team deserved success, probably abandoning the rival of all his hopes for a rematch.