Barcelona Eliminated From Champions League Following 3-0 Thrashing By Bayern Munich; Man Utd 1-1 Young Boys – It ends all square at Old Trafford


Barcelona will NOT be in the Champions League knockout rounds for the first time since 2004. It is also the first time since 2000 that they have been eliminated from the group stages.

Bayern Munich charge on into the Round of 16.

FULL-TIME: Bayern Munich 3-0 Barcelona, Manchester United 1-1 Young Boys

79′ MIN: Shoretire is booked for the hosts, in what has been a fair game by both sides.

68′ MIN: Dean Henderson is off and makes way for reserve goalkeeper Tom Heaton, while Shoretire is also on for Ivorian Amad Diallo.

62′ MIN: The German teenager makes it three for the hosts, as it seems inevitably over for the Catalans.

GOOOAAAALLL!!!! Bayern Munich 3-0 Barcelona (Jamal Musiala)

46′ MIN: Second substitution for Barcelona, as Nico comes on for Serginho Dest.

Second half underway at the Allianz Arena and at Old Trafford.

STATS: Manchester United have FAILED to keep a clean sheet in any of their last five Champions League fixtures at Old Trafford.

HALF-TIME: Bayern 2-0 Barcelona, Manchester United 1-1 Young Boys

42′ MIN: The visitors are LEVEL after Donny van de Beek gives away possession outside the box and Fabian Rieder duly takes advantage.

GOOAAAALLL!!! Man Utd 1-1 Young Boys (Rieder)

43′ MIN: Sane sinks a dagger into the hearts of Barcelona, to double the hosts’ lead. Lovely assist from Kingsley Coman.

GOOOAAALLLL!!!! Bayern Munich 2-0 Barcelona (Leroy Sane)

As things stands, Barcelona are headed towards the Europa League as Benfica currently leads Dynamo Kyiv 2-0 in Lisbon.

34′ MIN: Thomas Muller puts the Bavarians ahead, off a fine assist from Robert Lewandowski

GOOOOOAAAAALLLLLL!!! Bayern 1-0 Barcelona (Thomas Muller)

31′ MIN: Barcelona makes an early substitution as Oscar Mingueza comes on for Jordi Alba.

9′ MIN: Mason Greenwood finds the bottom far corner, courtesy of a cross from left-back Luke Shaw.

GOOOAAAAALLL!!! Man United 1-0 Young Boys (Greenwood)

KICK-OFF: At Old Trafford and at the Allianz Arena…

Bayern Munich manager Julian Nagelsmann on the other hand, have named quite a decent squad, despite having sealed qualification to the knockout rounds.

Elsewhere at the Allianz Arena, Xavi Hernandez has named a strong side which hopefully, could help them seal their passage into the latter rounds of this season’s Champions League.

Bayern Munich vs Barcelona:

The table toppers field an entirely different 11 from last weekend’s clash in the Premier League.

Manchester United vs Young Boys:

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