Die Statistik spricht pro Bayern. cazaimagen.com präsentiert wissenwerte Zahlen und Fakten zum Duell mit Porto. Diese Statistik zeigt in der Übersicht alle Aufeinandertreffen zwischen FC Porto und FC Bayern München. Historisches Comeback: Mit einem Erfolg zieht der FC Bayern München nach einer bärenstarken Leistung ins Halbfinale der Champions-League ein!
Bayern München » Bilanz gegen FC PortoHistorisches Comeback: Mit einem Erfolg zieht der FC Bayern München nach einer bärenstarken Leistung ins Halbfinale der Champions-League ein! Liveticker mit allen Spielereignissen, Toren und Statistiken zum Spiel FC Porto - Bayern München - kicker. Spiel-Bilanz aller Duelle zwischen FC Bayern München und FC Porto sowie die letzten Spiele untereinander. Darstellung der Heimbilanz von FC Bayern.
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Referee Carlos Velasco Carballo wasted no time in pointing to the spot, although Neuer was lucky to escape with only a booking, before Quaresma kept his cool to send the Bayern No 1 then wrong way from the spot.
However, if Bayern head coach Pep Guardiola thought that piece of defending was bad, then he would have been dismayed to see his team make an even worse error after 10 minutes when centre-back Dante was also robbed of the ball in a dangerous position by Quaresma.
Hardly believing his luck, the Portuguese raced clean through on an unprotected Neuer to fire the hosts into a shock lead, a goal that was greeted with delirium by the home fans in a rocking Dragao.
That miss was soon forgotten though as Porto came out after half-time again attacking right from the off in search of a third goal, with Neuer having to be at his very best to prevent team-mate Boateng from scoring an own goal with a world-class stop at his near post.
The Portuguese champions were not to be denied, however, as just minutes later Martinez fired them in front. Bayern defender Boateng was all at fault for the goal after misjudging the flight of the ball and allowing the Porto captain a one-on-one with Neuer.
As you can see we already have a major shock on our hands with Real Madrid losing at home to Shakhtar Donetisk, and if you want to follow more of that game which has reached half-time then click here to check out the action with Tom Farmery.
Liverpool are also in action this evening and you can follow their game in depth with Kieran Jackson on this link.
It's usually the time of year when we can get a little bid jaded by the Champions League group stage, but it proved to be an entertaining spectacle last night so let's hope for a repeat as I welcome you to this evening's Champions League action.
Despite recent dominance domestically Pep Guardiola's side have stumbled on Europe's biggest stage in recent years, going out to surprise exits by Lyon and Tottenham Hotspur in the quarter-finals in the last two seasons.
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