Bayern did not recover.  Manchester City will play in the Champions League semi-finals

In the first half of the match, the hosts posed a threat in front of the visitors’ goal several times. But each time, “Die Roten” lacked efficiency in finishing. It was close, and from the 17th minute Thomas Tuchel’s team doubled. Dayot Upamecano fouled Erling Haaland as he entered the field. Referee Clement Turpin gave the Bayern defender a red card. However, after consulting the VAR, he overturned his decision because the City striker was in an offside position.

See also: UEFA Champions League: Bayern Munich – Manchester City. Game highlights

A few tens of seconds later, on the other side of the field, Leroy Sane hit a dangerous free kick, but Ederson intervened well in the situation. At the 35th minute of the match, the referee awarded a penalty kick to the English champion team. Upamecano played with his hand in his own penalty area. Haaland approached the ball at 11 metres. However, the Norwegian missed. The soccer ball after his shot flew over the crossbar.

Bayern were on the verge of taking the lead at half-time in stoppage time, but Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting and Kingsley Coman missed their chances. The match remained goalless until the end of the first half.

City made it 1-0 in the 57th minute. Kevin De Bruyne played in for Haaland’s rush towards the goal. The Citizens’ scorer took advantage of Upamecano’s slip and went head-to-head with Yann Sommer, who confidently converted it into a goal.

Then it became clear that the fate of the home-and-away match had been decided. In the 76th minute, Mathis Tal scored a goal, but the referee saw offside. Five minutes later, the French referee awarded a penalty kick to Bayern. Sadio Mane’s cross was cut in by Manuel Akanji with his hand. Joshua Kimmich fired home from 11 metres.

Tuchel was sent off the bench late in the game. The Bayern Munich coach received a second yellow card. The outcome of the match has not changed. The match ended in a 1-1 draw at the Allianz Arena. The Citizens won 4-1 on aggregate, and will fight for promotion to the Champions League final with reigning champions Real Madrid.

Bayern Munich – Manchester City 1-1 (0-0)

Objectives: Kimi 83 (k) – Haaland 57

Monachium Bayern: Jan Sommer – Benjamin Pavard (77. Josip Stanisic), Dayot Upicano, Matthijs de Ligt, Joao Cancelo (64. Alfonso Davies) – Joshua Kimmich, Leon Goretzka – Leroy Sane (64. Sadio Mane), Jamal Musiala (72. Thomas Muller )) ), Kingsley Coman – Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting (72. Mathis Tal)

Manchester city: Ederson – Manuel Akanji, Robin Dias, Nathan Ake (66 Aymeric Laporte) – John Stones, Rodri – Bernardo Silva, Kevin De Bruyne (88 Kyle Walker), Ilkay Gundogan, Jack Grealish – Erling Haaland (Julian Alvarez 84)

Yellow cards: Cancelo, Upamecano, Kimmich, Pavard, Stanisic – Ederson, Gundogan, Ake, Laporte

First match: 0:3. promotion: Manchester city.

mtu, Polsat Sport

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