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In the last sixteen of the Champions League, Munich met Lazio Rome on Tuesday evening. FC Bayern won 4-1 and can already plan for the quarter-finals.

In the last sixteen of the Champions League, Munich met Lazio Rome on Tuesday evening.

FC Bayern won 4-1 and can already plan for the quarter-finals.

  • Lazio Rom - FC Bayern Munich 1: 4 (0: 3)

  • Bayern were challenged again in the Champions League * after weak Bundesliga * results.

  • In the round of 16 first leg at Lazio Rome, Hansi Flick's * team provided a gala.

    The ticker for reading.

Lazio Rom - FC Bayern Munich 1: 4 (0: 3)

Lineup Lazio:

Reina - Patric (53rd Hoedt), Acerbi, Musacchio (31st Lulic) - Lazzari, Milinkovic-Savic (81st Cataldi), Lucas Leiva (53rd Escalante), Luis Alberto (81st Akpa-Akpro), Marusic - Immobile , Correa

Lineup FC Bayern:

Neuer - Süle, Boateng, Alaba, Davies - Goretzka (63rd Martinez), Kimmich - Sané (90th Sarr), Musiala 90th Choupo-Moting), Coman (75th Lucas Hernandez) - Lewandwoski


Lewandowski (9th), Musiala (24th), Sané (42nd), Acerbi (47th own goal), Correa (49th)

Update from February 23, 11 p.m.:

Bayern's offensive series shone in Rome and dealt with Lazio 4: 1.

Robert Lewandowski took the lead, but Jamal Musiala and Leroy Sané were also on the list of goalscorers.

Musiala even scored a historic hit.

Who was the best man on the field?


Final whistle: FC Bayern wins 4-1 after a strong performance and can already plan for the quarter-finals.

The guests also benefited from the hosts' many mistakes.

Lazio fought self-sacrificingly despite the high deficit and at least scored a consolation goal.

93rd Minute:

Bayern counter again.

Süle is fouled while dribbling.

Alaba aims clearly over it from a good 25 meters.

That should have been it.

90th minute:

Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting and Bouna Sarr come for stoppage time for the strong offensive players Sané and Musiala.

85th Minute:

Bayern are now playing very solidly and let the ball run.

Nothing burns at the back.

But the mentality of the hosts is to be praised, Lazio doesn't give up and tries to the end.

80th Minute:

Lewandowski cleverly turns around his opponent and pulls away, but Reina is on the post.

Made strong by Poland.

75th Minute:

Coman clears Lazzari completely unnecessarily on the sidelines and sees yellow, immediately after that he is off.

Lucas Hernandez comes as security for the final quarter of an hour.

70th Minute:

Lewandowski is rudely fouled by Escalante 28 meters from the penalty area - that rightly gives yellow.

Sané slams the free kick into the wall.

68th Minute:

Bayern are now lower and let Lazio come.

That could lead to promising counter opportunities.

65th Minute:

Coman is fouled outside the



Good free kick situation for Bayern.

Alaba only just warps.

63rd Minute:

Bayern have been able to calm the game down a bit in the last few minutes, Javi Martinez should now ensure even more stability.

Goretzka lasted over an hour in his starting eleven comeback.

57th Minute:

Bayern have to be careful now, inviting their ailing opponent to quick counterattacks.

Lazio is definitely showing great morals here.

53rd Minute:

Again the nimble Argentine.

Correa plays a one-two with Immobile in the penalty area and tries a flick.

Brilliant parade from Neuer.

FC Bayern at Lazio Rome in the live ticker: Wild start after the break


Only 1: 4.

The Romans manage to answer directly.

Joaquin Correa dribbles into the penalty area and makes the Bayern defense look very old.

Süle and Alaba do not use it.

The Argentine pushes the leather past Neuer.

New hope for Lazio or just a flash in the pan?

47th Minute: TOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOR for Bayern!

4: 0!

Lazio starts the second half with a corner kick.

This is a steep assist for Bayern, who counter Coman and Sané.

The German international plays in the middle and Acerbi undermines the own goal.

Is that bitter for Lazio!


: FC Bayern started with a high level of concentration from the first minute and rewarded themselves for a strong performance with a 3-0 half-time lead.

Lazio invited the Champions League winners to take the lead early on with a big defensive mistake, after which the Italians surrendered to their fate.

The last time Bayern played in the Olympic Stadium in Rome, it was even 5-0 at the break.

In the Champions League group stage 2014/15, Bayern invaded Rome and won 7-1 against Lazios city rivals AS.

45th minute:

Nice dribbling by Sané on the right wing.

The noble technician takes on half of the back team of Lazios and then plays back to Kimmich.

However, the Schlenzer is not a real test for Reina.

So it goes 3-0 for Bayern in the break.

42nd Minute: TOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOR for Bayern!


Coman wins the ball at the center line and sprints off.

In the penalty area, only Acerbi stands in the way of the French, Coman starts dribbling and pulls away.

Reina can parry, but Leroy Sané is spot on and just has to insert.

39th Minute:

Bayern press the opponent mercilessly and leave Lazio no air to breathe.

Then the home side succeeds in a counterattack.

Lazzari finds Immobile in the middle, but his shot is blocked for a corner.

35th Minute:

The Italians' respect for Bayern has meanwhile increased immeasurably.

Lazio hardly dares to go forward.

Bayern continue to put the opponent under aggressive pressure and almost come to the next goal.

Musiala bounces the ball to Lewandowski in the penalty area, but Reina can parry the shot with her foot.

33rd Minute: With his premier goal in the premier class, Jamal Musiala becomes Bayern's youngest scorer in the Champions League, replacing Sammy Kuffour.

At 17 years and 363 days, he is even the youngest goalscorer of a German team in the premier class.

31st Minute:

Lazio coach Simone Inzaghi reacts and relieves the unfortunate Musacchio, the experienced Lulic comes into the game.

FC Bayern at Lazio Rome in the live ticker: Musiala is immortalized in the eternal city in Bavaria's history

24.Minute: TOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOR for FC Bayern!

Musiala increased to 2-0.

Bayern combine quickly through midfield and suddenly Jamal Musiala appears completely free at the penalty area.

The youngster cannot be asked twice and hits the bottom left with his right foot - no chance for Reina.

The 17-year-old scores his first goal in the fourth CL game.

Hansi Flick did everything right again with the line-up of Musiala.

23rd Minute:

That was tricky.

Boateng slips away and then Lazio runs towards the Bayern defense.

Correa places Luis Alberto in the box on the left, but the finish is too weak for Neuer.

18th Minute:

Excitement in the Bayern penalty area.

Süle shoots Kimmich and the ball jumps at Milinkovic-Savic's feet.

The Serb refueled in the penalty area and fell, but that's not a penalty - and the VAR sees it the same way.

17. Minute:

Nice counterattack by Bayern.

Lewandowski is sent on the left and plays in the middle to Sané who was running along.

But the wing racer does not bring the ball to the box with his hook trick.



Bayern want to go straight ahead and play cheerfully forward.

The hosts' defense is anything but solid.

Can Bayern decide the duel early on in the first leg?

FC Bayern at Lazio Rome in the live ticker: Bayern take advantage of defensive mistakes

9. Minute: TOOOOOOOOOOOOR for FC Bayern!

Musacchio fails fatally.

The central defender wants to play a back pass to goalkeeper Reina.

Lewandowski injects in between, curves around the keeper and pushes in.

A tailor-made start for Bayern.

8th minute:

Kimmich appears on the right side and looks for Lewandowski in the middle, but the Pole just misses the leather.

7th minute:

Right-back Süle takes on two men and dribbles into the penalty area.

The Romans can clear his flat pass to the corner.

6. Minute:

Lazio expects Bayern very deeply in their own half and lurks on the counterattack.

The Flick Elf needs to be on guard.

3rd minute:

Brave Romans!

Lazio tries to playfully combine forward from the goal kick.

Bayern press up as usual and get the ball at the center line at the latest.


Bayern start the game in red jerseys from left to right and take a corner kick straight away, but it doesn't bring anything.

Update from February 23, 8:59 p.m.:

The anthem of the


class sounds.

Goosebumps in an empty Roman Olympic Stadium.

The ball is about to roll.

Update from February 23, 8:57 p.m.:

The players are already standing in the cabin corridor and waiting until it finally starts.

Bayern at Lazio Rome - the knockout phase of the Champions League is about to start.

FC Bayern at Lazio Rome in the live ticker: Flick speaks about Musiala before the game

Update from February 23, 8:50 p.m.:

Before the game, Hansi Flick answered the questions at Sky.

The Bayern coach spoke about his criticism of Jamal Musiala, who is in the starting XI today.

The youngster, who is about to sign his first professional contract, has to choose between the national teams of Germany and England.

Flick also took a position on this. *

FC Bayern at Lazio Rome in the live ticker: Flick wishes victory for his birthday

Update from February 23, 8.45 p.m.:

Bayern coach Hansi Flick has so far been unstoppable in the Champions League.

The Heidelberger, who celebrates his 56th birthday tomorrow, Wednesday, won 13 of his 14 games in the premier class.

Only at Atletico Madrid on December 1, 2020 there was only one draw with the 1-1 draw.

With a Bayern win against Lazio today, the team could give him the best birthday present.

FC Bayern at Lazio Rome in the live ticker: Lewandowski vs. Immobile - the striker duel

Update from February 23, 8:30 p.m.:

Lazio against Bayern - that is also the duel between the two goal scorers Ciro Immobile and Robert Lewandowski.

Immobile left the world footballer behind last season and won the Golden Shoe with 36 goals.

In the current season, the Pole is ahead of the game with 26 goals compared to 14 Immobile goals.

In the Champions League, however, the Italian was more successful with five goals than Lewandowski, who “only” has three goals.

Attention Bavaria: Immobile scored in all of his four games in the premier class this season, he missed the other two games because of Corona.

FC Bayern at Lazio Rome in the live ticker: Stumbling Bayern against strong Romans

Update from February 23, 8:15 p.m.:

After seven competitive wins, FC Bayern recently stumbled with the Club World Cup.

In the Bundesliga there was only one point in the last two games.

At best, a new series should start against Lazio today.

The Romans are in strong form and have won eight of the last ten games.

FC Bayern at Lazio Rome in the live ticker: Ex-FCB keeper Reina wants to stop Lewandowski

Update from February 23, 7:55 p.m.:

Lazio plays in the usual 3-5-2 system.

With the 38-year-old Pepe Reina is an ex-Bayern goalkeeper in the box of the Romans.

A compact triple chain is waiting in front of it.

Lazzari and Marusic should push on the outside.

Milinkovic-Savic, Lucas Leiva and Luis Alberto form the centerpiece in midfield.

Ex-BVB striker Ciro Immobile is supposed to take care of the goals, Correa is whirling at his side.

FC Bayern at Lazio Rome in the live ticker: Flick surprised with the lineup

Update from February 23, 7.45 p.m.:

The lineups are there *!

On the right side, FC Bayern are again relying on Niklas Süle and Leroy Sané.

Leon Goretzka forms the double six with Joshua Kimmich.

Jamal Musiala is supposed to compensate for the loss of Thomas Müller today.

Roca and Choupo-Moting have to go to the bench, where world champion Lucas Hernandez is also sitting.

FC Bayern at Lazio Rome in the live ticker: Klose with an emotional message to Lazio fans

Update from February 23, 7:35 p.m.:

Miroslav Klose is returning to his ex-club today.

The World Cup record scorer is assistant coach at FC Bayern and spent the last five years of his playing career until 2016 at Lazio Rome *.

For the Tifosi, the fans of Lazio, Miro has a special message ready.

“I can't wait to be back in this city and play this game against Lazio.

Unfortunately, you can't be in the stadium with us, I'm very sorry.

Ciao and a hug to everyone, ”said Klose in a video in Italian.

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FC Bayern at Lazio Rome in the live ticker: Bayern and Lazio undefeated in the premier class

Update from February 23, 7:25 p.m.:

FC Bayern marched through the group stage of the Champions League with five wins and one draw against Atletico Madrid, Salzburg and Lok Moscow.

But today's hosts remained unbeaten in the round of 16.

Lazio Roma scored two wins and four draws against Borussia Dortmund, Zenit St. Petersburg and Bruges.

Against BVB, the Biancocelesti managed a 3-1 home win and a 1-1 draw in the second leg.

FC Bayern at Lazio Rome in the live ticker: Sané and Süle under observation

Update from February 23, 7.10 p.m.:

For FC Bayern, it's in the Champions League today!

Slips like in the league are prohibited in the knockout phase of the premier class.

Leroy Sané


Niklas Süle

want to make amends after the incorrect appearance in Frankfurt.

The two German national players even received a rebuke from FCB boss Karl-Heinz Rummenigge. * Another misstep could lead to the risk of explosion for the sixth-double winner.

FC Bayern at Lazio Rome in the live ticker: How is the Müller failure compensated?

Update from February 23, 4:55 p.m.:

FC Bayern is challenged tonight in the Champions League with strong Romans.

The defending champion has to do without one of his most important players * again.


Thomas Müller

, who is currently in Corona quarantine *, there was only a 3: 3 against Bielefeld and the 1: 2 in Frankfurt.

How does coach Hansi Flick replace his leading player this time? *

FC Bayern at Lazio Rome in the live ticker: Corona risk in Italy

Update from February 23, 11:08 a.m.:

Bayern in Rome!

What's in it for Hansi Flick and his team tonight?

The first leg of the Champions League round of 16 promises excitement - and also a danger for Munich.

Is there a threat of the next corona infection * in Italy?

FC Bayern Munich at Lazio Rome: Live ticker for the Champions League round of 16

First report from February 22, 3:42 p.m.:

Rome - After the 1: 2 defeat in Frankfurt, FC Bayern * is only two points ahead of rival RB Leipzig * in the championship.

In the Champions League, Hansi Flick's team at Lazio Rome must ensure a good starting position for the second leg, because the quarter-finals are planned for Munich.

Against the table sixth in Serie A *, the record champions are the clear favorites, now they have to live up to the role.

FC Bayern at Lazio Rome in the live ticker: Munich's clear favorite, Römer back in the second round after 21 years

An away win in Rome could actually give Bayern self-confidence again, after the Lazio game first FC Köln * and then BVB * are waiting.

The latest results of the Italians, however, are satisfactory, from the last five games there have been three wins and two defeats.

Against leaders Inter Milan, the Romans went empty-handed and had to admit defeat 1: 3, in the cup quarter-finals after a 2: 3 in Bergamo.

The game is very important for the Biancocelesti, it has been 21 years since Lazio last reached the knockout round of the premier class.

Bayern reached the round of 16 for the 13th time in a row, and the previous year's winner has title ambitions again this season.

But in order to realize this, a corresponding performance must follow.

However, Bayern can look back on exhausting weeks, in February they already played six games, two of them at the controversial Club World Cup in Qatar.

Now the seventh follows in the historic Roman Olympic Stadium, where Germany became world champion 31 years ago.

"I expect the team to be particularly motivated," said Hansi Flick during the press round before his team's first leg of the last 16.

FC Bayern at Lazio Rome in the live ticker: Flick talks about possible conversion and Lazio expert Miro Klose

At the press conference, the trainer gave some information about his staff and spoke, among other things, of a possible change in his team.

It could be “quite possible” that Joshua Kimmich * will appear as right-back if the “ailing” Niklas Süle does not get fit in time.

With Miroslav Klose, Flick has a long-time Lazio player in his coaching team *, the World Cup record goal scorer could contribute to a victory on Tuesday evening with valuable tips for the opponent.

"Miro has a very good eye when it comes to opponents and players," said Flick at the press conference.

In addition, Klose knows Lazios coach Simone Inzaghi from the short time together.

(ajr) * is part of the nationwide Ippen digital editorial network.

Source: merkur

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