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Bayern Munich advance to the Champions League final after beating Olympique Lyonnais with 3-0!

Another day at the office for the Bavarians. Hansi Flick and his superb team will face Paris Saint-Germain in the final.

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Bayern Munich will play Paris Saint-Germain in the Champions League final on Sunday.

After a worrying first 15 minutes, Serge Gnabry took matters into his own hands with a wonder goal. Taking the ball from the right flank in the 18th minute, Gnabry scored outside the penalty area with a powerful left-footed strike.

Gnabry got his second in the 33rd minute after a poacher type finish. After Robert Lewandowski was not able to score from close range, Gnabry was clever in his positioning and easily tapped in Bayern’s second.

Robert Lewandowski put the game beyond any doubt after a nice header from a Joshua Kimmich cross in the 88th minute.

Bayern won the game with relative ease. Lyon had their fair share of chances but Manuel Neuer was excellent between the posts. That being said, Bayern dominated the game after Gnabry’s first goal and deservedly advanced to their first Champions League final since 2013.


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