Juventus 0-2 Bayern Munich: Live Score, Highlights, Recap
UEFA Champions League quarterfinals: Juventus 0-2 Bayern Munich (Bayern progress on 4-0 aggregate)
10 April 2013
Juventus Stadium, Turin
Referee: Carlos Velasco Carballo (Spain)
64' Mandzukic; 90+1' Pizarro
Juventus XI: Buffon; Barzagli, Bonucci, Chiellini; Padoin, Pogba, Pirlo, Marchisio, Asamoah; Vucinic, Quagliarella
Bayern Munich XI: Neuer; Lahm, van Buyten, Dante, Alaba; Martinez, Schweinsteiger; Robben, Muller, Ribery; Mandzukic
It was too easy for Bayern, tonight.
Juventus came out strong and played a decent first 15 minutes, but after that they offered very little.
Pirlo's free kick from just outside the box midway through the first half, which was stopped well by Neuer, represented the hosts' best chance of the encounter, and when Mandzukic scored in the 64th minute this tie was over as a contest.
Pizarro's goal in the first minute of second-half stoppage time, set up brilliantly by Schweinsteiger, only did further justice to a match-up that was always very one-sided.
And so the recently-crowned Bundesliga champions will go into Friday's semifinal draw alongside Barcelona, Real Madrid and Borussia Dortmund.
Lots of questions for Conte and Juventus, who often looked as though they thought they couldn't beat Bayern Munich.
FULL TIME: Juventus 0-2 Bayern Munich. Bayern advance on 4-0 aggregate.
WHAT a ball from Schweinsteiger to Pizarro, who required only the slightest touch to finish. Looked an easy goal.
GOAL BAYERN!!! Pizarro.
90' Juventus giving the ball away for fun now. We'll have two minutes of time added.
87' Buffon forced into another save after Robben unleashed a daisy-cutter toward the near post.
86' You can only hear the Bayern fans now. Only a few minutes remaining, but in truth it's been a training match since Mandzukic scored.
83' Pizarro has replaced Mandzukic for Bayern.
82' Still all Bayern here. It's really been too comfortable for them. Juventus gave up as soon as Mandzukic scored.
As it stands, our Champions League semifinalists are Bayern Munich, Barcelona, Real Madrid and Borussia Dortmund. Not a shabby roster.
80' Ribery comes off for Luiz Gustavo. Bayern shutting up shop now, and given Juve's complete lack of intensity it't won't be difficult.
79' Marchisio, who was invisible, is replaced by Giaccherini.
77' Just a patient approach from Bayern, who once again look very comfortable. Controlling the ball with ease with 13 minutes remaining.
71' Vucinic is hunting for a penalty. Neuer took the ball cleanly and the Juventus striker leaped over him and fell to the ground.
At Camp Nou, Pedro has equalized for Barcelona, who are now positioned to progress on away goals.
69' Isla has replaced Padoin for Juventus. A move that should have been made 69 minutes ago.
Kwadwo Asamoah has made absolutely no impact in this match. Fully controlled by Lahm.
66' Matri has replaced Quagliarella for Juventus. I really don't know what Conte has been about in this tie.
Schweinsteiger played in a useful free kick from the right that Javi Martinez did ever so well to head goalwards. Buffon made the initial save, but Mandzukic was on hand to head in the rebound. That's probably the tie.
GOAL Bayern Munich!!! Mandzukic has scored an away goal for the guests!
64' Mandzukic down holding his nose after colliding with Chiellini. First Van Buyten - now Chiellini. What is it about Bayern's noses today?
Come on Conte, new blood, bring in Matri— Tancredi Palmeri (@tancredipalmeri) April 10, 2013
He's got to do something.
It's a tricky one for Bayern. They'd do well to go after an away goal, but would likely open themselves up in the process. And as long as it's only a two-goal deficit Juventus are still very much in it. The dreaded two-goal lead, etc...
Isla must have 30 minutes in him surely? Conte needs to shift this up a gear or three— Adam Digby (@Adz77) April 10, 2013
I thought he'd start, to be honest.
57' Arjen Robben hits the post! He hammered one from 19 yards that looked headed inside the top corner, but it rang off the woodwork!
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