Drawn 1-1 by Villarreal at home when conceding at the end of the game, Bayern Munich were eliminated for the second year in a row in the quarter-finals of the Champions League (C1 Cup). Coach Julian Nagelsmann’s teachers and students were very dissatisfied with the shock at the Allianz Arena.
A real “great earthquake” just happened on the Allianz Arena on the morning of April 13 when Bayern Munich was held 1-1 by Villarreal in the second leg of the Champions League quarter-finals, thereby losing 1-2 after two matches and officially disqualified.
Villareal held a 1-1 draw with Bayern Munich in Germany to win tickets to the Champions League semi-finals
Robert Lewandowski opened the scoring for the defending champion Germany in the 52nd minute. But raising the squad at the end of the game caused coach Julian Nagelsmann’s army to let the guests from Spain counterattack, and then the player came on instead. Samuel Chukwueze scored the decisive goal in the 88th minute, sending Unai Emery’s men through.
This is the 2nd year in a row that Bayern Munich has been eliminated in Champions League quarterfinals (Last year lost to PSG). Meanwhile, Villarreal has the second time in history to reach the semi-finals after the 2005/06 season. The upcoming opponent of “Golden Submarine” is likely to be Liverpool. “The Kop” is having a great advantage when they beat Benfica 3-1 away in the first leg.
Speaking after the match, striker Thomas Muller (Bayern Munich) said: “It is bittersweet to concede a goal after the team’s recent performance. With the fans cheering behind us, we pushed the pressure from the start. We should have done more in front of goal.”
“If you only consider this match, and not the first leg, we should have overcome the opponent convincingly. It is difficult to accept this, I don’t know what to say.”
Thomas Muller missed the opportunity to score a delicious goal
Meanwhile, coach Julian Nagelsmann bitterly shared: “The key lies in the first leg. That’s when we lost to the opponent. We didn’t play well in that match but today, the team played really well. In terms of tactics and intensity on the ball, it’s still one of our best games of the last few months.”
Coach Julian Nagelsmann (Bayern Munich) implicitly blamed two students Jamaal Musiala and Thomas Muller for wasting opportunities
“We had a big chance to score in the first half from Jamal (Musiala)’s shot. In the second half we should have made it 2-0 with a header from Thomas (Muller). That was the turning point. You don’t get that many chances in these kinds of games.”
“Villarreal defended in a very disciplined and deep game. Only once they conceded, we didn’t have the style of play we usually play.”
Meanwhile, coach Unai Emery (Villarreal) excitedly said: “To achieve something, you have to do important things and beat the championship candidates. The second leg in the 1/8 round with Juventus gave us a lot of confidence in the semi-finals we will try to create our own chances Liverpool are a great team and so is Benfica It will be a great semi-final to enjoy”.
Coach Unai Emery is very happy with Villarreal to eliminate Bayern Munich to continue
“When we score, it’s a very important moment, because when Bayern score, they have shown in other games that they can score two or three goals against their opponents.” , Emery said.
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