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Real Madrid vs Bayern Munich live stream and TV channel details, plus an in-depth match preview, exclusive videos, team news, kick-off time and much more ahead of Tuesday’s decisive semi-final second leg.
The case isn’t looking too promising for Bayern Munich fans.
Zinedine Zidane’s side might have faltered in La Liga this season, but they continue to thrive on European football’s most prestigious stage.
Under the Los Blancos legend’s tenure, Real Madrid have never been knocked out of the Champions League and are on the cusp of a third successive crown.
More bad news for Bayern is that no team has ever overturned a home 2-1 deficit at this stage of the competition, from seven such previous occasions.
Despite the history books ruling out a Bayern comeback, their esteemed manager Jupp Heynckes is adamant his side have a shout and will push his treble-chasing squad to utilise the same mentality.
“We’ll do everything we can in Madrid to cancel out the first leg result. There are two legs to the semi-finals and nothing is decided until the end of the second encounter!” Insisted Heynckes, having witnessed his side swarm forward at the Allianz Arena in the first leg.
The Bundesliga champions carved out a host of chances, 17-7 in shots on goal in comparison to Real, and applied the pressure with 10 corners at the Real end.
“Today’s game showed Real Madrid are vulnerable in defence, and we can gain hope from that,” added the Bayern boss.
The problem for Bayern is that Real managed to prevail last week without their talisman Cristiano Ronaldo firing on all cylinders.
The Germans can’t count on Ronaldo having another below-par performance as Los Blancos strive to keep a grip on their precious crown at the Bernabeu.
Real boss Zidane is wary of complacency, particularly after a huge scare in the quarter-finals.
“We will have to fight. We are happy, but we know we have to suffer in the return leg, nothing is sorted yet. After what happened with Juventus, we now we have to change things. If not, trouble will find us,” maintained Zidane, having witnessed his side lose the second leg with the Serie A giants 1-3 on home turf, nearly surrendering a commanding 3-0 triumph from Turin.
“We can be happy, satisfied with that result (in Munich). It was tough at the start and we struggled to get the ball. Winning here is not easy,” continued Zidane. “We have the motivation to do well, but we struggled. We started badly but finished well. They had their chances but we controlled the game.”
It appears Zidane isn’t satisfied with that performance and will be expecting a stark rise in quality defensively from his star-studded squad in the second leg.
Bayern obviously need an early goal to send shockwaves through Los Blancos’ backline, but this Zidane squad has an ability to flourish under the bright lights at the Bernebeu on the grandest of stages.
If Heynckes has his say, we are set for an enthralling encounter. Bayern are most certainly not beaten yet.