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Bayern Munich vs Barcelona: Preview

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Barca are making headway to Bavaria tonight for a UCL 2nd Leg Clash, boasting of a 3.0 Lead against German opponents Bayern Munchen.

 The injury hit Bavarian face an uphill task of breaking down Barcelona’s mean defence, which has not let in a goal in their last seven outings in all competitions.

Here are some interesting stats that could set the Tempo in tonight’s highly-anticipated encounter.

The current score line all points to one thing: Barcelona are on track to an eighth UEFA Champions League final spot.

However, one major factor still stands in their way, and that is Bayern Munich and their fort of a home ground, the Allianz Arena.

Despite their 3-0 lead, Barcelona have not yet eliminated Pep Guardiola’s crew, and given the Bundesliga champions home form and record, a lot is still left to be played for.

The last time Bayern Munchen fell to a first leg defeat, a 3-1 loss to Porto in the quarter-finals, they ended up thrashing their opponents 6-1 in the return leg.

Just as the first leg encounter, a thrilling match is expected. Injuries still plague Bayern, whilst Barcelona’s attacking trio of MSN head into the encounter in top form, scoring 112 goals between them.

Here are six interesting records that could be smashed on Tuesday.

Bayern’s 1st home loss this season

Pep Guardiola’s crew have a 100% record at home in the Champions League this season, winning all five of their games at the Allianz Arena. A win for Barcelona will be Bayern’s 1st European home loss this term, and will also mean…

Barca’s 1st ever win over Bayern in Munich

Barcelona have never triumphed over the Bavarians in Munich. Their record over the Bundesliga side in Germany is drawn 2, lost 2, and won 0.

A record fifth straight away win in Europe

Should the Catalan giants win on Tonight, they will become the first Barcelona side to record 5 consecutive away wins in a single European season.

The Bavarians ‘goalless run to end or continue

Bayern Munich have not scored a single goal in 361 minutes of play in all competitions, a first in 17 years. Will it end on Tuesday?

Barcelona to go eight games without conceding.

Luis Enrique’s side have won their last 7 games in all competitions without conceding, a club record, and could push this tally to eight games if Bayern fail to break down their defense.

RECORD: Barcelona are the 1st team in Spanish football to keep 33 clean sheets in a single season


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