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Bayern runs over Salzburg and presents its candidacy to win the Champions League (7-1)

The Bayern Munich qualified for the quarterfinals of the Champions League by beating salzburg 7-1, with three goals from Robert Lewandowski in the first 23 minutes, two of them from penalties, one from Serge Gnabry, two from Thomas Müller and another from Leroy Sané.

The dismantling of Salzburg began in the 12th minute when Lewandowski scored the first by converting a penalty that he himself caused. He was shot down as he was about to beat goalkeeper Philipp Köhn. Before there were chances for both teams, with an aggressive Salzburg on the mark and that seemed willing to enter into an exchange of blows with Bayern.

He scored 2-0 in the 21st minute, again from a penalty, and again caused by him. The referee Justin Turpin first sanctioned a foul on the edge of the area, but the VAR corrected him. Lewandowski took the shot again and scored again.

At 23 came the third, again marked by Lewandowski after a duel with Köhn at the crescent. Thomas Müller, after recovering the ball, put in a pass to Lewandowski’s run, Kóhn came out and managed to intercept the ball, but it bounced off Lewandowski’s knee, crashed into the post and then the Pole only had to put a thigh to mark.

The game was already sentenced and Serge Gnabry scored the fourth at minute 31 with a shot with his right leg inside the area to a pass from Kingsley Coman. The last quarter of an hour of the first half was relatively quiet after the dizzying start.

The 5-0 came in the second half, in the minute 54, with a shot with the left foot of Müller inside the area to a pass from Leroy Sané. Salzburg scored in the 70th minute, through Kjaergaard after a pass from Aaronson, against a Bayern they had slowed down notably, although in the 83rd minute they made it 6-1. Müller scored it behind a wall with Sané.

The goal was missing I healedwhich arrived in the minute 85 with a shot with the left after a spectacular backheel pass from Lewandowski

Data sheet:

Bayern, 7: Neuer; Pavard, Süle (Nianzou, 66), Hernández (Upamecano, 60); Kimmich, Musiala (Rock, 66); Gnabry (Sarr, 46), Müller, Sané, Coman (Choupo Moting, 66); and Lewandowski.

Salzburg, 1: Kohn; Kristensen, Solet (Piatkowski, 46), Wöber, Ulmer; Capaldo, Camara (Tijani, 67), Seibald (Sucic, 46); Aaronson; Adamu (Kjaergaard), 62) and Adeyemi (Sesko, 62).

Goals: 1-0, min 12: Lewandowski, from a penalty. 2-0, min 21: Lewandowski, from a penalty. 3-0, min 23: Lewandowski. 4-0, min 31: Gnabry. 5-0, min 54: Muller. 5-1, min 70: Kjaergaard. 6-1, min 83: Muller. 7-1, min 85: I healed.

Referee: Clement Turpin (France). He showed no cards.

Incidents: Second leg of the round of 16 of the Champions League played at the Allianz Arena in Munich.

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