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Football Champions League: Bayern vs. Lazio Rome – live ticker – round of 16 second leg – 2023/2024

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Football Champions League: Bayern vs. Lazio Rome – live ticker – round of 16 second leg – 2023/2024



Half-time conclusion:
FC Bayern is on track at half-time in the second leg of the round of 16 against Lazio Rome and is leading 2-0! This means that the 0-1 result from the first leg is equalized and FCB would go through. The Tuchel team were superior from the start and repeatedly found themselves in dangerous situations, but initially didn’t put enough balls on goal. So after 37 minutes, Lazio’s Immobile had the best chance of the game so far out of nowhere and headed past the right from close range. In return, Bayern took the lead when Kane converted a failed Guerreiro shot into an assist. In stoppage time, Müller also scored to give the score a well-deserved result. Munich has played very committedly so far and has achieved the result. Lazio will have to do more in the second half if they are to win something here. See you soon!



End of 1st half



Great for Bayern Munich, 2-0 by Thomas Müller

When stoppage time has long since expired, Bayern add the second! Guerreiro’s corner from the left is deflected by a Laziali and lands at the second post to Matthijs de Ligt. The Dutchman makes a remarkable volley while running backwards and would probably have hit the far corner, but Müller keeps his head in and secures the goal.



Official injury time (minutes): 1



Lazio has now stabilized somewhat and is taking part in the game again. The guests’ crosses and finishes are still too imprecise to date.



Almost a double whammy! The home team stays on the accelerator and this time combines into the box from the right side. Musiala lurks at the penalty spot and also gets the ball, but misses the shot and clearly misses the box.



Great for Bayern Munich, 1-0 by Harry Kane

First Bayern are lucky at the back, then at the front! Pavlović plays the next strong high ball into the box to Müller, who passes it into the backcourt for Guerreiro. The Portuguese immediately volleys, but barely hits the ball and serves perfectly for Kane. The Englishman keeps his head attentive and surprises the not-good-looking Ivan Provedel with his finish. The keeper still has his hand on it, but the thing rolls over the line.



Lucky for Bayern! Lazio pushes cautiously again and a chip ball from the left half of the field is unfortunately extended by de Ligt over Dier and right into Immobile’s path. The goalscorer from the first leg appears free in front of Neuer, but hardly has time to get to the ball and heads just past the right.



Bayern earn two more corners. Provedel makes a slight mistake on the first one and thus ensures the next one. De Ligt then heads over from close range.

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Bizarre scene: Müller plays inwards from the right corner of the penalty area and looks for Musiala, but referee Vinčić is standing in front of him. The Slovenian naturally wants to let the ball through, but slips and involuntarily stops the ball. With that the Chane is gone.



Thomas Müller takes a free kick in an interesting position a good 30 meters to the left of the goal, but Kimmich only pushes it halfway up to the next opponent.



Munich has almost 60% ball possession and is trying to dominate. But Lazio always finds ways to escape the pressure, take time off the clock and set the needle themselves. Coach Sarri should be quite happy so far.



Bayern are still keen to spread the game out and create the advantage up front with Guerreiro and Kimmich standing tall. This always succeeds, but there is still a lack of clear conclusions.



Aleksandar Pavlović has an idea and chips the ball into the box on the right to Kimmich, who immediately passes it into the backcourt. Müller quickly passes it across to Musiala, who shoots from ten meters and is immediately blocked. Guerreiro’s follow-up shot doesn’t get through either.



The guests managed quite well to take the wind out of FCB’s sails in the last few minutes. Munich is not really making any progress at the moment and has to keep playing at the back against Romans who are well organized defensively.



After a period of pressure from Bayern, the Laziali are now blowing through and keeping the ball in their own ranks for a while. A lot of the development is going on the former Frankfurt player Luca Pellegrini.



A little later, Kane gets his first chance. The Englishman gets the ball 18 meters in front of the goal, puts it in front of him and then wants to shoot it into the right corner. The attempt is slightly deflected, rushes just past the post and leads to the next corner. This time there is no danger.



Raphaël Guerreiro, like his counterpart Kimmich on the other side, is almost exclusively occupied with offensive tasks on the left. After a one-two with Musiala, the Portuguese cuts sharply inside and almost finds Harry Kane. But only almost.



Kimmich takes the second Munich corner from the left side to Musiala, who is lurking at the corner of the penalty area. Lazio has so forgotten the youngster there that he can calmly pull up and shoot powerfully from 17 meters. Provedel safely punches the shot, which was a little too central, to the side.

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In this initial phase, Lazio is definitely looking for a way forward and is not just hunkering down at the back. A diagonal chip ball into the box almost lands at Immobile, but Dier is careful and clears it at the last second.



A little later there is the first corner for the home team. Kimmich brings the ball in from the right and finds Matthijs de Ligt, who is under heavy pressure when attempting to head the ball from the penalty spot and can’t get it on goal.



The first Munich degree comes from Leroy Sané! The ball comes to Sané on the right side of the penalty area via Musiala and Müller, whose left-footed shot from a tight angle is no problem for Ivan Provedel.



Now the guests are at the forefront for the first time. Felipe Anderson attracts three Munich players on the right and then finds Mattéo Guendouzi in the middle. The former Hertha player quickly shoots from a half-right position from 20 meters, but clearly misses the box.



Munich immediately puts on a real power play and restricts Lazio in their own penalty area. Raphaël Guerreiro can calmly cross from his left side, but immediately gets stuck on the first Roman.



For Bayern, Kimmich is once again the right-back in the 4-2-3-1 and moves into the opponent’s box twice in the first few minutes. But the FCB is not yet able to conclude a deal.



The ball is rolling! The home team plays in red and white, Lazio wears dark blue.



Game start


The game will be led by a Slovenian team led by referee Slavko Vinčić. The referees have already led the teams onto the lawn of the Allianz Arena and the Champions League anthem is currently playing. A team will hear this today for the last time this season.


Lazio coach Maurizio Sarri still sees Bayern as an “opponent with incredible quality who can score goals with ease”. “We will have to fight, suffer and sacrifice ourselves to survive here. But we also have to have the courage to hurt them, because we can’t just defend for 100 minutes,” said the 65-year-old before the game. Meanwhile, Thomas Tuchel and his team want to “keep a cool head” above all else. “Pressure is necessary to produce special performances,” hopes Bayern’s current coach, who is also relying on “the fans and the home atmosphere” against a “well-organized Lazio”.


In the first leg, the Italians defeated harmless Bayern 1-0 after a misfire by Dayot Upamecano led to a sending off and a penalty, which Ciro Immobile converted to make the final score. Munich must therefore score a goal in order to have a chance of progressing. If that succeeds, FCB would end a black series, because since 2015 they have tried seven times to overcome a first-leg defeat in the second leg in the knockout phase of the Champions League and have failed seven times. The last time was almost a year ago, shortly after Tuchel took office, when a 3-0 draw at Manchester City in Munich was only followed by a 1-1 draw. Today it’s “only” against Lazio and the deficit is “only” 0-1, but it’s “only” a completely harmless and insecure FC Bayern from 2024 who is tackling this task.

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The fact that their opponents Lazio are not currently in top form could play into Bayern’s hands. The Romans are only in ninth place in Serie A and are unlikely to qualify for the premier class again this year. There were three defeats in the last four competitive games. Recently, the Biancocelesti’s nerves were on edge as they received three dismissals in their duel with Milan at the weekend.


The mood in Munich is heated. In the run-up to this game, there had been repeated talk of a “final” for coach Thomas Tuchel, who was leaving in the summer. He emphasized in advance that this was not the case “from his side” and made it clear: “You can be sure that no one has more ambition to win the game tomorrow than I do.” But it is also clear that pretty much anything can happen on Säbener Strasse if the Munich team loses their last chance for the title this season in a few hours.


A quick look at the lineups: Bayern, who have to make do today without the suspended Dayot Upamecano, have made two changes compared to the 2-2 draw in Freiburg at the weekend. Matthijs de Ligt and Leroy Sané slide into the team for Min-jae Kim and Mathys Tel (both bench). At Lazio, Ciro Immobile is back after a break at the weekend and pushes Taty Castellanos onto the bench.


A win from the last five competitive games, ten points behind in the league, exit from the cup and a coach who will have to retire early in the summer at the latest: Bayern’s fortunes are hanging astray these days as rarely in recent years. FCB is still in the running in the Champions League and could once again make positive headlines. But we need to improve our performance today in order to make up for the 0-1 loss from the first leg against Lazio Rome.

Hello and welcome to the game Bayern Munich – Lazio Rome! The live ticker for the second leg of the round of 16 of the Champions League starts just in time before the game starts.

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