Apr 17, 2012, 9:10 PM EDT
The big “look out for” here is Fabio Coentrão. Check out Portuguese defender on the final goal. Late in the match when he should just be patient and make a cross as difficult as possible, a take a chance. He falls flat, and moments later, so did Real Madrid.
Though they may rue the road goal given up, Bayern Munich get the needed home win, 2-1.
Tomorrow, Barcelona is in London to take on Chelsea. We’ll be back with the same lineup, including live commentary of the 2:45 p.m. ET game.
Real Madrid and Bayern are back next Wednesday, taking their Champions League semifinal to Madrid.
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