A new victory for Bayern Munich against Barcelona in the Champions League. The Camp Nou experienced a game to forget about their own, at the premiere in Barça's top continental competition this year. But Müller and Lewandowski doubly brought Koeman's men back to reality.
With the memory of 2-8 still in the retina, Bayern Munich landed in Barcelona. That historical result is practically unrepeatable, but this together with Messi's goodbye caused doubts to increase in the premiere of the Catalans in the maximum continental competition.
Without Leo Messi, Memphis Depay assumes the gallons in attack. On the other side, the imposing and eternal Robert Lewandowski and Thomas Müller. But, despite the goal, the great protagonists of the clash were in the defenses. Upamecano on the side of the Bavarians and Araújo on the side of the Catalans, although the first scare was taken by the Catalans after a display of speed and power by Alphonso Davies.
It was thus, that Thomas Muller opened the scoring, when the first half ended, converting his goal number 7 against Barcelona, being the footballer who scored the most times for the Champions League. He was joined by a double by Robert Lewandowski, to crown a new painful defeat for the local team, which was again thrashed by the Germans.