Steep road must pass Bayern Munich to turn things over Barcelona in order to qualify for the Champions League final. Although heavy, Bayern may be optimistic if you view the notes playing on home turf.
Bayern lost 0-3 during a visit to Camp Nou in the first leg of the Champions League semi-final last week. Thus, Die Roten took the victory with a margin of at least four goals to win a ticket to the final round.
Heavy duty had been waiting Bayern in the second leg to be played at the Allianz Arena, Wednesday (05/13/2015) pm dawn. Moreover, Bayern are in a bad rate following a four-game losing streak while Barca continued to extend a series victory.
But Bayern looked at the game may be optimistic if you view their records at home in the Champions League this season. Bayern clean sweep of victories in five Champions League matches are played at the Allianz Arena.
Bayern productivity is quite high. Of the five games, the team’s direction of Pep Guardiola scored 19 goals and conceded only one goal.
The results obtained Bayern in the last three home games in the Champions League also gave up on them to turn things over Barca. Thomas Mueller et al. consecutive 3-0 win over CSKA Moscow, 7-0 against Shakhtar Donetsk, and 6-1 against Porto. Scores was enough for Bayern to open the way to the final.
Of camp guests, Barça have a good record in away games. Luis Enrique’s troops are unbeaten in 14 games last and only drew one time.