It was the first in the Champions League without Messi, it was the first against Bayern Munich after the 8-2 beating a year ago. The premises were bad for Barcelona, and they have all been confirmed.
It is a 0-3 without appeal with which Bayern overcame Barcelona at the Camp Nou in the big match of the first day of group E of the Champions League. The German champions dominated throughout the match, and Koeman’s side never seemed able to reverse the match’s inertia. To break the deadlock in the first half was Thomas Muller in the 34th, while in the second half a brace of the usual Robert Lewandowski, in the 56th and 85th, set the final result at 0-3. The zero to the entry shots on goal tells a lot of the moment that Koeman’s boys are experiencing, who seem to have inherited only the name of the team that until a few years ago dominated European football.
The other match of the group, Dinamo Kiev-Benfica ended 0-0.