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Bayern Munich vs Villarreal: FT: Bayern is out of the UCL!

Do or die time for Bayern Munich.

Dinamo Kiev v Bayern München: Group E - UEFA Champions League Photo by Sebastian Widmann/Getty Images

FT: Villarreal managed to tie in the 88th minute, knocking Bayern out of the Champions League.

82’ — Bayern sub: Gnabry on for Musiala.

52’ — Goal! Lewandowski makes it 1-0.

45’ — The second half kicks off!

Halftime: What a frustrating half. Bayern have the ball and good pressure; however, their finishing has been awful. 8 shots, 1 on target, that says it all.

30’ — 30 minutes in. Bayern have the ball. They also have mediocre crosses.

Kickoff: We are underway at the Allianz Arena!

One hour until kickoff: We have lineups! Looks like Nagelsmann is back to his usual habits, opting to start Bayern Munich in a back-three setup with what looks like Coman and Sane as wingbacks. Jamal Musiala is also in the squad, so hyper-offensive it is. Well we do need goals, let’s hope it works.

No excuses tonight. If Bayern Munich cannot perform against Villarreal, then they WILL be dumped out of the Champions League. The odds are against the team — it has been over SEVEN years since Bayern came back to win a UCL knockout tie after losing the first leg. However, the team is mostly fit and determined to make the comeback, so as fans we have no choice but to believe in them.

Julian Nagelsmann needs to figure out his tactics. His offense has been floundering in recent games, with Robert Lewandowski and Thomas Muller almost completely sidelined in attack. A last-minute penalty was the decider against Augsburg on the weekend, which is not acceptable for a team of Bayern’s caliber. Players like Leroy Sane, Serge Gnabry, and Joshua Kimmich need to step up big time. This is a game that could make-or-break the season.

It’s Bayern time.

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Match Info

Location: Allianz Arena, Munich, Germany

Time: 9:00 pm local time, 3:00 pm EST

TV/streaming: Paramount+, Find Your Country

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