The champion of Germanys Bundesliga is now headed to Wembley Stadium in London to face its domestic rival, Borussia Dortmund, in the final on May 25. Four minutes later, Thomas Mueller headed in Franck’s cross to make it 7-0 on aggregate.
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Gerard Pique inadvertently added to Barcelona’s humiliation as he could only connect with Franck Ribery’s dangerous cross with his knee to divert it beyond Victor Valds and into the back of the net.
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See more funny pictures of the UEFA Champions League semi final second leg match between Bayern Muenchen and Barcelona below.. However, the deadlock was broken in the second half when Arjen Robben cut into the middle and smacked a left-footed shot that eluded Barcelona goalkeeper Victor Valds, high and inside of the far post.
A fine Arjen Robben strike, a Gerard Pique own goal and a Thomas Mueller header ended any lingering hopes of a Barcelona comeback in a 3-0 victory for Bayern Munich at the Camp Nou stadium on Wednesday, May 1, 2013.
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Bayern Munich had an outstanding game at the Camp Nou stadium as they defeated Barcelona 3-0 and 7-0 on aggregate in the UEFA Champions League semifinal series on Wednesday (May 1, 2013). It will be the third Champions League final in the past four years for Bayern Munich, who lost in the final in 2010 and 2012. The first 45 minutes ended scoreless. In the 72th minute, Franck Ribery crossed and Gerard Pique hammered the ball past his own keeper for the second. The former Real Madrid player burst creating a three-on-three attack but his decision to shoot with team-mates well placed allowed Alex Song to block. In the first leg of the match, Barcelona was kept off-balance by counterattacks led by Arjen Robben
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