FC Bayern Munich outclassed Chelsea in the round of 16 of the Champions League. The British press sharply criticized the Londoners.
- FC Bayern Munich * won the first leg of the round of 16 of the Champions League 3-0 against Chelsea.
- The Londoners were dismantled in the second half according to all the rules of art.
- The British press went tough on Chelsea FC.
Munich - FC Bayern Munich have an excellent starting position for the second leg on March 18 in the Allianz Arena * with the win against Chelsea . With the 3: 0 (in the live ticker for reading) at Stamford Bridge, all wishes of Hansi Flick were probably fulfilled.
Karl-Heinz Rummenigge even suggested the future of the coach * at the gala. Thomas Müller was even in a joke after the game and could not help but spell against Lothar Matthäus, in which the entire Sky Studio laughed.
In contrast to the good mood and the budding title hope * at FC Bayern * , the British press was "not amused" , as one would say on the island. She did not give a good hair to the team of coach Frank Lampard.
Daily Mail: "You outclassed us ... that was pretty sobering"
The British Daily Mail writes: "You have outclassed us ... that was quite sobering" - Frank Lampard admitted that the tough Bayern defeat was a "hard hour of truth" for his players, now that the Champions League -One threatens.
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Independet: Gnabry hits twice - Bavaria ends Chelsea's European hope
The Independent writes that the Bundesliga champions were in excellent shape and scored three times in half two before Marcos Alonso saw red. "A miracle will be necessary in the second leg," continued the newspaper.
Mirror: Chelsea humiliated at Stamford Bridge - Bayern Munich shows Chelsea the limits
The mirror describes the situation as a “hard reality check”. It was also "humiliating and torture." The second leg would be brutal and Frank Lampard had reached the "bottom of the facts".
The Sun: Serge of Glory
"Gnabry * taunted Chelsea and Tottenham with six London goals this season."
The Guardian: Impatient Bayern crack Chelsea
And the Guardian describes in its blog that Bayern have found the "key" against Chelsea. "Hansi Flick brings old Bavarian flame to blaze". The first sentence of the article even says: "Hansi Flick has brought back the famous Bayern Pressing and has tirelessly hunted Frank Lampard's troops".
Sky Sports: Bayern give Chelsea a lesson
The British version of Sky wrote that FCB had given Chelsea FC a lesson. During the second half there were moments "in which Bayern fans jumped and celebrated together behind the Chelsea goal".
After the gala against Chelsea the shock for Bayern: Robert Lewandowski has been injured and has been out for weeks. On the other hand, our TV analysis of Shrove Tuesday at Stamford Bridge is funnier.
London still red .. #FCB pic.twitter.com/3108THrtzv- Serge Gnabry (@SergeGnabry) February 25, 2020
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