Der FC Bayern ist bei Benfica Lissabon in die Gruppenphase der Champions. Dortmund bekommt es mit Benfica Lissabon zu tun. Bayern trifft auf Arsenal London, Leverkusen auf Atlético Madrid. Nov. Mit einem dominanten ()-Sieg gegen Benfica Lissabon am vorzeitig den Sprung ins Achtelfinale der Champions League geschafft.
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All the possible scenarios. Improvement needed in the final third if Benfica are to come away with anything from this game. Robben with two excellent chances, but took slightly too long on the ball which allowed Vlachodimos time to make a couple good stops, to keep it at a single goal.
Cervi goes down after a coming together with Kimmich deep inside the penalty area, however he appears to wait for the contact from the right-back and then goes down.
Poor tackle by Kimmich, but luckily for the visitors, the Benfica appeals are waved away by the referee. Jardel is the third player this evening to be shown a yellow card, after he goes through the back of Lewandowski as he turns on the halfway line.
Not long left to play until the break now, can Benfica level the scoreline before half time or will Bayern manage to extend their lead?
It looks very comfortable for Bayern at the moment, playing it across the defence and midfield, making Benfica chase the ball. Robben is played through on goal, but as he races through he goes down, perhaps clipping the heels of his marker and appeals for a foul.
However, the referee is not interested and allows play to continue, thus giving Benfica time to clear the danger.
Bayern are just slowing the pace of the game down now after a frantic couple of minutes controlled by Benfica. The hosts kept Bayern penned inside their own half and finally looked like threatening Neuer in the away goal.
Midway through the first half now and Bayern lead here, but Benfica are starting to threaten themselves and the crowd can sense it. The atmosphere is terrific, really getting behind their team.
First real opportunity of the game for the hosts, as Salvio forces Neuer into making a low save at his near post and push the ball around the post.
Much better by the Portuguese side, good response to going a goal behind. Benfica are now enjoying a good spell of possession, with every Bayern player forced into their own half to defend and press the ball.
Fejsa is the first Benfica man to be shown a yellow card after he handles the ball in midfield. Another good chance falling to Robben, he drills a shot at goal from a tight angle.
However, it fires against James who tries to divert it towards goal but it ends up going well wide. Bayern enjoying plenty of success down the wings, with Robben and Ribery both cutting inside and looking to shoot.
Kimmich is shown the first yellow card of the game, after a coming together with Cervi. The referee is indicating that a swinging arm hit the face of Cervi, much to the fury of the Bayern man.
Bayern look dangerous on the counter, they are breaking forward with great pace and it is causing the Benfica defence a lot of problems.
Robben is played through one on one by a lovely ball by Kimmich, but Vlachodimos is quickly off his line to put the Bayern winger under pressure and force him to shoot wide.
Great opportunity to double their lead. That goal has certainly quietened the home supporters, you can only hear the jubilant Bayern supporters around the stadium now, delighted by the start made by their side.
Sanches feeds the ball to Alaba on the left, the Austrian drives into the box and spots Lewandowski in space on the edge of the six yard box. Lewandowski with the early goal to put the German giants ahead here.
It was a lovely move by Bayern, with Alaba getting forward down the left, pulling the ball back from the byline, straight to the feet of Lewandowski.
The striker sorted his feet out and the passed the ball into the bottom corner, out of the reach of Vlachodimos.
Both teams are pressing high up the pitch, not allowing each other time on the ball. Neuer is showing his influence from the back, always open for a pass and then switching the ball to the opposite flank or a direct long ball forward to catch Benfica out.
Bayern win the first corner of the game, which came about after an excellent storming run from midfield by Sanches. James whips the corner into the box, but it is headed behind for another corner, which is again well dealt with, except this time Benfica manage to clear their lines.
Bayern are dominating the early possession here, playing it neatly around the pitch but Benfica are pressing high and not allowing the visitors time to venture into their half of the pitch.
Plenty of early touches on the ball for the Bayern back four and goalkeeper. The teams are out and kick-off is just moments away, stay tuned for all of the match action!
This will be the first meeting between Benfica and Bayern Munich since the Champions League campaign, when the Portuguese side were beaten on aggregate in a quarter-final tie.
However, they are also in good form as they top the Portuguese top division, winning three out of their opening four games.
The German giants are currently in great form under new manager Niko Kovac, who replaced Jupp Heynckes in the summer. The German giants made it to the semi-finals last year, beaten by eventual winners Real Madrid, whilst Benfica failed to progress from the group stages, finishing bottom of their group.