Bayern Munich-Barcelona Showdown Is a KO for German Champions


Bayern Munich made a brutally efficient case that it is the team to beat in the Champions League this season, humbling Barcelona, 4-0, on Tuesday in a semifinal at Allianz Arena. Thomas Müller scored two goals and set up two others for Bayern, which did not so much change places with Barcelona atop the pedestal as shove the visitors off it. The Times’s soccer blog has the world’s game covered from all angles. Go to the Goal Blog “They gave us a thrashing,” Barcelona defender Gerard Piqué said. The eagerly anticipated showdown between European heavyweights, both four-time winners of the competition, was a mismatch. Bayern dominated the midfield even as it surrendered…

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