Goodness. Superb performance from Bayern Munich jarred with a flat display by Barcelona. The home side fully deserve such an eye-opening result. Even for the might of Barca at the Camp Nou in the second leg, this looks a long, long way back.
Robben chips in a cross. Dante rises and cleverly heads it back across goal to the back post where Muller lurks to stoop and head low past Valdes, who got a touch but not enough to keep it out.
Offside? Maybe. Muller climbs at the back post to nod across goal. Gomez is unmarked inside the six-yard box to twist and divert home. It looked, though, upon viewing the replay that Gomez has strayed half a yard into an offside position. Anyway, 2-0 it is.
It is a fine goal, but also controversial. The goal itself came via Robben trotting into the box. He beats his man on the outside, rather than coming in, and then curls low into the far corner. But during his drop of the shoulder Alba was blocked off by Muller, who rather cynically chested him to the floor. Nothing doing from the officials and that’s 3-0.
Muller again. Ribery has it on the left and rolls in Alaba, who crosses low. Valdes is stranded and Muller pounces to strike home. 4-0. Blimey.
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