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Bayern Munich top Rosengård, advance to UWCL Semifinal

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Following their 3-0 win in the first leg, Bayern Munich can book their spot in the Semifinals of the UEFA Women’s Champions League if they beat FC Rosengård.

Bayern Munich v FC Rosengard - UEFA Women’s Champions League Quarter Final: Leg One Photo by Alexander Hassenstein - UEFA/UEFA via Getty Images

FINAL: Bayern Munich advance to the semifinals of the UEFA women's Champions League after beating Rosengård 4-0 on aggregate.

46'- The second half is underway!

Halftime- Bayern hold the 1-0 (4-0) halftime advantage.

22'- Tor! Lea Schüller gives Bayern the 1-0 lead. Bayern are now up 4-0 on aggregate.

1'- Kickoff!

Bayern Munich has the opportunity to advance to the Semifinals of the UEFA Women’s Champions League for only the second time ever today. The second leg of the Quarterfinal tie against FC is today, and the match is being streamed for all audiences on YouTube (the link is embedded).

See the highlights from the first leg in Munich which Bayern won 3-0 here.

The Bavarians have been on an absolute roll this season, winning 25 matches in a row to start the 2020/21 season. If Bayern advance to the semifinals, they’ll face Chelsea who dumped Wolfsburg from the competition with the 5-1 aggregate scoreline.

There’s no rest for Bayern, however. Following this match, they’ll return to Germany for a trip on Sunday to Wolfsburg for their DFB Pokal Frauen Semifinal match. This is a huge few days for Bayern.

It’s Bayern time.

Match Info

Location: Allianz Arena, Munich, Germany

Time: 8:00 pm local time, 1:00 pm EST

TV/streaming: Find Your Country

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