VirtueAccording to midfielder Dani Parejo, the final victory 2-1 is Villarreal’s response to opposing coach Julian Nagelsmann.
“The Bayern coach said he wanted to decide the match from the first leg. I think he’s a bit disrespectful to Villarreal in particular and football in general. When you spit, sometimes it tends to fall into place. you,” said Dani Parejo sarcastically.
In the quarterfinals Champions League first leg, Villarreal defeats Bayern 1-0. In the second leg at home on the evening of April 12, Bayern only won the result 1-1 draw. After Robert Lewandowski shot down to open the scoring for the German team in the 52nd minute, Samuel Chukwueze equalized for Villarreal in the 88th minute.
With the final result 2-1, Parejo and teammates entered the semi-finals. This is a somewhat surprising result, because Bayern was initially evaluated as one of the championship contenders.
Recipient of the Best Player award in the second leg, centre-back Raul Albiol commented: “This is an unbelievable victory. The credit belongs to the collective. In both matches, Villarreal was forced to pitch. We knew we had to. suffered a lot. The team defended the box very hard. If the match went to two extra time, it would be a tough 30 minutes.”
In two matches, the player who is leading the race to the top scorer of the Champions League, Robert Lewandowski only scored one goal in the net Villarreal. Albiol boasted: “Being with Lewandowski is like dancing with the ugliest. Strikers of this level are among the best in Europe and you have to make sure you are at that level too. We gave him him. He had half a chance and he immediately scored.”
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