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CHELSEA vs BAYERN MUNICH CHAMPIONS LEAGUE LAST 16! || CHELSEA'S CHAMPIONS LEAGUE JOURNEY SO FAR…



CHELSEA vs BAYERN MUNICH CHAMPIONS LEAGUE LAST 16! || CHELSEA’S CHAMPIONS LEAGUE JOURNEY SO FAR… Chelsea draw Bayern Munich in the Last 16 of the Champions League. Tottenham face RB Leipzig. In this video, we look through Chelsea FC fixtures in the Uefa Champions League Group Stage. Ajax Away, Lille away and Valencia away… Now Bayern Munich away in the Champions League Last 16.

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What CHELSEA FC Need to get to BAYERN MUNICH LEVEL



What CHELSEA FC Need to get to BAYERN MUNICH LEVEL. Chelsea vs Bayern Munich (0-3) at Stamford Bridge in the Uefa Champions League was 2 days ago now, the dust is settling and Frank Lampard’s Chelsea FC go again away at Bournemouth on Saturday in the Premier League. I think it is important for us to think about how well Chelsea FC have done this season after losing Eden Hazard, no signings, and so many debut seasons at the top level. Let me know in the comments below the 8 Players you think need to leave Chelsea FC, and the 8 players you think Chelsea FC need to bring in.

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Chelsea vs Bayern Munich 1-7 (agg) Highlights & Goals – Round of 16 | UCL 2019/2020



Bayern Munich will meet Barcelona in the Champions League quarter-finals after Robert Lewandowski inspired them to a crushing 7-1 aggregate win over Chelsea.

Having established a commanding 3-0 first leg lead at Stamford Bridge back in February, Bayern quickly made it 5-0 on aggregate when Lewandowski – from the penalty spot – and Ivan Perisic scored inside 25 minutes at the Allianz Arena.

Chelsea pulled a goal back through Tammy Abraham after a rare mistake by keeper Manuel Neuer, but Bayern’s class shone through.

Substitute Corentin Tolisso made it 6-1 on aggregate when he volleyed home unmarked inside the six-yard area before Poland forward Lewandowski, who now has 53 goals in 44 appearances in all competitions this season, headed the fourth to finish the match with two goals and two assists.

Bayern will now face Barca in a mouth-watering one-game knockout format in Lisbon on Friday.

A long season which started with a 4-0 hammering at Manchester United on 11 August 2019 ended – via a top-four Premier League finish and FA Cup final loss – in heavy defeat and a reminder that Chelsea are still a work in progress.

Having been blown away by Bayern in 25 second-half minutes in the first leg at Stamford Bridge, it was always going to require something extra special from Frank Lampard’s side to turn it around in Munich.

The Chelsea boss described his side’s challenge as an «opportunity to do something special» yet it turned into a damage limitation exercise inside the opening 10 minutes thanks to Lewandowski’s precise finish from the spot.

There was a check by the video assistant referee to see if Lewandowski was on-side when he was clipped by keeper Willy Caballero, who received a yellow card for the foul.

It went from bad to worse when Mateo Kovacic, sent off in last week’s FA Cup final defeat by Arsenal, carelessly conceded possession, allowing Lewandowski to set up Perisic to guide home and make it 5-0 on aggregate.

There were few positives for a Chelsea side without seven first-team regulars because of injury or suspension.

Callum Hudson-Odoi thought he had pulled a goal back with an excellent, curling finish but his celebrations were cut short when it was ruled out for offside, before Abraham scored after Neuer palmed the ball into his path at the end of the first half.

The space Tolisso was allowed to score Bayern’s third goal was a reminder that Chelsea’s defence needs work, before Lewandowski added to their pain with a powerful header.

There have been many encouraging signs for Lampard and his young players during a testing first season in charge for the Blues boss, who is set for a busy close season as he readies his squad for the 2020-21 campaign which starts next month.

Although Brazil midfielder Willian looks set to join Arsenal after seven years at Stamford Bridge, Chelsea will look to kick on following the arrival of Germany forward Timo Werner and Morocco winger Hakim Ziyech.

Having wrapped up another Bundesliga title and German Cup, Bayern are eyeing a domestic and European treble – Hansi Flick’s side now just two wins from the Champions League final on 23 August.

They face a tough test against Barcelona – 4-2 aggregate winners over Napoli – but they are a side in fine form – and with 31-year-old Lewandowski showing why he is one of the finest finishers in the world.

Having scored one and assisted the other two goals in the first leg, he was directly involved in all seven of Bayern goals over the two legs – three goals, four assists.

His two goals against Chelsea took his tally to 53 and he has found the net in 36 out of 44 matches (82%).

Lewandowski has also scored in all seven of his Champions League appearances this season (13 goals).