Full-time: That will do it! Bayern Munich wins 5-1. Thanks for joining us!
87’: Lineth Beerensteyn puts Bayern Munich on the scoreboard once again. Someone needs to pull them off of BK Häcken.
85’: It’s all a formality at this point...so stay healthy Frauen!
73’: Linda Dallmann adds another after some really sloppy play by BK Häcken. It’s 4-1....start the buses as they say.
70’: Things have calmed down a bit and Bayern Munich is firmly in control of the match.
54’: Jovana Damnjanovic has done it again! Damnjanovic finish off a nice cross from Klara Buhl to give Bayern Munich a 3-1 lead and the Bavarians are firmly in control!
46’: We are back underway!
45’: Jovana Damnjanovic gives Bayern Munich a 2-1 lead!! After another corner produced a scrum, the best Team DJ answered the call and capitalized on a loose ball!
39’: In a scrum after a corner Vivi Asseyi knocked the ball in the net to knot the game at 1-1. She might not be a great Team DJ, but that was clutch!
36’: Oh no... Stina Blackstenius has given BK Häcken a 1-0 lead! Blackstenius is good...really good.
25’: We are still scoreless. BK Häcken is not playing conservatively, but Bayern Munich has not been able to string much together.
15’: Bayern Munich is still in the process of applying pressure to BK Häcken, but there have not been ample chances for the Bavarians just yet.
10’: BK Häcken had a decent look, but the shot went wide. It feels like Bayern Munich will wear them down a little more and then opportunities will like be aplenty.
5’: The teams are still feeling each other out at this point, but Bayern Munich is in control and just looking to avoid those quick counters.
Here we go!
The Bayern Munich Frauen will take on BK Häcken in the UEFA Women’s Champion League in a match that could go a long way in solidifying the Frauen’s spot in the next round. While Bayern Munich is both favored in this match and to move on, the Frauen cannot afford a slip up against the Swedish squad in the snow:
Here is the starting lineup, which is without Lea Schuller, who is battling an infection:
Last time around, Bayern Munich won 4-0 and should look to repeat that.
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