Real Madrid & Allianz Arena

Real Madrid Club de Fútbol (Royal Madrid Football Club), commonly known as Real Madrid, is a professional football club based in Madrid, Spain. The Allianz Arena is a football stadium in the north of Munich, Bavaria, Germany. 5.0/5

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Going to see Real Madrid play Bayern in August at the Allianz Arena 😎😎
Arsenal Is the first English Club to beat Real Madrid at the Bernabeu and A.C Milan at San Siro and also Bayern at the Al…
DEC 16: Top Tips December 16, 2014 Leave a comment In England on Tuesday there are two Capital One Cup quarter-finals and while I’m currently favouring Chelsea at Derby and Southampton at Sheffield Utd I want to see team news before making a final decision. There are six FA Cup replays and of those Luton at home to Bury, Rochdale at home to Aldershot and Yeovil at home to Accrington could be the best bets. In the Bundesliga Bayern Munich at home to Freiburg is one of four games and in the Spanish Cup there are four second-leg ties including Barcelona v Huesca and Valencia v Rayo Vallecano. Bayern have conceded just three Bundesliga goals all season and have kept clean sheets in seven of their last eight in all competitions which suggests the leaders to win to nil – but I can’t recommend that again so I’ll be on them on the handicaps. Real Madrid are in action against Cruz in the Club World Cup in Morocco. Derby County vs. Chelsea Jose Mourinho’s men defeated Hull City 2-0 at the weekend to exten ...
Alonso: Hard for a German to beat Messi & Ronaldo to Ballon d'Or 19-Nov-2014 The midfielder feels a German player has a chance if the award is decided on team success, but the Madrid and Barca stars have it wrapped up based on individual displays Bayern Munich star Xabi Alonso believes that it would be tough for a German player to beat Cristiano Ronaldo or Lionel Messi to the Ballon d'Or. The veteran Spaniard made a surprise summer move to the Allianz Arena from Real Madrid, where he played alongside Ronaldo and enjoyed many battles with Messi's Barcelona. A number of Bayern's contingent of German World Cup winners are nominated for the prestigious award, including the likes of Philipp Lahm, Thomas Muller and Manuel Neuer, but Alonso feels the Liga pairing are still ahead of the competition in terms of individual performances. He told Sport Bild: "It's a very general question: is the award about individual, personal performances? "In this case, it would be tough against Messi and Ronaldo. Or is it about t ...
League Matches round up: In Spain: Real Madrid 5 - 1 Elche In Germany: Bayern Munich 4 - 0 Paderborn Eintracht Frankfurt 2 - 2 Mainz 05 Hoffenheim 3 - 3 Freiburg Werder Bremen 0 - 3 Schalke 04 In Italy: Empoli 2 - 2 AC Milan Pep Guardiola's side may have been unspectacular in the opening four games of their title defence, yet Bayern never looked like losing at the Allianz Arena against Paderborn, as Gotze's double, Robert Lewandowski's half-volley and Thomas Muller's close-range finish late on secured victory and top spot in the table. Meanwhile in Spain, Cristiano Ronaldo struck four times as Real Madrid maintained their remarkable resurgence with a 5-1 victory over Elche at the Santiago Bernabeu on Tuesday evening. Ronaldo's night had hardly begun as he would have wished - he was at fault for the 15th-minute penalty that gave Elche a shock lead through Edu Albacar. Madrid and Ronaldo in particular - rallied, with three quick goals of their own through Gareth Bale and a double from the FIFA Ballon d'Or w ...
Toni Kroos believes there is a completely different mentality at Real Madrid than the one he was used to at Bayern Munich. The Germany international joined the Santiago Bernabeu side in a deal believed to be worth €25 million and says he is already adapting to his surroundings in Spain - despite discovering a very different approach to the one he became used to at the Allianz Arena. "The mentality here at Madrid is different than at Bayern," Kroos was quoted as saying by Sport Bild. "When training started at 10:30 at Bayern, everybody would be ready to go at 10:30. Things are a bit different here. I got used to it pretty quickly, though. Everything is a bit more relaxed and loose. "I briefly considered using a translator at Madrid, but I didn't like the idea of having someone around me all the time. I can get by using English. And Sami Khedira helped me out with some minor things in the beginning. He was really helpful for me." Kroos then went on to make it clear that he doesn't feel any extra pressure ...
Real Madrid have completed the signing of the Manchester United target Bayern Munich star Toni Kroos. The World Cup winner, who starred for his country during their triumph in Brazil, has agreed a six-year deal with the European champions. The 24-year-old, who has won the Bundesliga in each of the last two seasons, had been one of Manchester United's principal transfer targets this summer. However, United were unable to agree terms with both the player and Bayern over a deal. And that allowed Los Blancos to swoop for the midfielder, who had just one year left on his contract at the Allianz Arena, and who will be presented as a Real Madrid player later today at the Santiago Bernabeu. Kroos, who has 51 international caps to his name, leaves Bayern after an eight year association with Germany's biggest club, during which time he made 185 appearances for the club.
Exclusive: Chelsea Set to Unveil New £79m Trio Strike-Force The Blues boss is ready to offload Fernando Torres and Demba Ba whilst Cameroonian veteran Samuel Eto’o will not be offered a new deal this summer, leaving plenty of room for a new look Chelsea attack. CaughtOffside understands that the west London club have already agreed a deal with Atletico Madrid to sign striker Diego Costa but any official announcement will be held back until after the Champions League final between the La Liga title holders and Real Madrid next weekend. Chelsea are also in advanced talks to sign Bayern Munich forward Mario Mandzukic who has already seemingly played his last match for the Bundesliga side. Pep Guardiola opted to drop the Croatian international from his DFB Pokal final squad as they edged past Borussia Dortmund side to win the German cup and Mourinho is ready to meet the Allianz Arena side’s £25m price-tag. Mourinho will also look to bring in PSG forward Ezequiel Lavezzi with a £22m bid for the Argentin ...
Louis van Gaal is the likely successor to the Old Trafford throne, and the links to big-name signings are already coming in thick and fast. According to Jamie Jackson of The Guardian, the Dutchman has handed United’s executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward a list of players he would like to bring to Manchester if he takes up the reins this summer. Heading the list to join the revolution is Van Gaal’s fellow countryman Arjen Robben, who has evolved into one of the world’s best attacking players since joining Bayern Munich from Real Madrid in 2009. Luring him away from the Allianz Arena will take a lot, particularly with Champions League football not on the agenda at Old Trafford, but a fee of £25 million and a substantial increase on his £160,000-per-week salary may just work, per Simon Osborn of the Metro.
ARSENAL TRANSFER UPDATE 8th May, 2014. German international recommends Arsene Wenger makes move to bring youngster to the Emirates Stadium. Arsenal star Mesut Ozil has recommended that Arsene Wenger makes a move for unhappy Bayern Munich star Mario Gotze according to Football Direct News. The youngster moved to the Allianz Arena in a £33m deal last summer but has played something of a limited role this term leading to speculation that the German international may look to make a swift exit from the Bundesliga outfit. Gotze has publicly spoken of his dissatisfaction with life in Bavaria, stating; ‘Of course I’m not happy,’ he said. ‘I want to win back the trust of the coach to play more.’ The 21 year old has started 20 of Bayern Munich’s 33 Bundesliga fixtures but perhaps more tellingly failed to make the starting eleven in either of his side’s encounters with Real Madrid in their recent Champions League semi-final clash which has led to a great deal of interest in the goal-scoring midfielder ...
Bayern Munich boss Pep Guardiola says he will not change his tactical approach, despite criticism after the Champions League defeat by Real Madrid. The Bundesliga champions were thrashed 4-0 at the Allianz Arena, losing 5-0 on aggregate in the semi-final tie. "I have my ideas and I have to...
VOLUME ONE FOOTBALL LESSON I already told a few friends that the second leg of the Uefa Champions League Semi Final Match would prove to be the greatest acid test for Jose Mourinho and his team this current season. I was very worried when 'The Special One' was happy to get a barren draw during the first leg at the Vicente Calderon. On Tuesday Night when Real Madrid outclassed and took Bayern Munich to the cleaners at the Allianz Arena, I knew Diego Simeone would also be tempted to take his chances. And boy, he did a clean and excellent job! It was almost a no-contest immediately after the penalty conceded by Samuel Eto'o. Atletico's 40-year wait to get to the final has finally ended. What are the lessons inherent in that match and how can we apply them to life? DON'T SEND OUT YOUR BEST PLAYERS ON LOAN Or at least be frugal about it. Chelsea currently has about 27 players on loan to other clubs- among whom are Romelu Lukaku who has scored 26 Premier League goals till date between spells at West Brom and Ev ...
Man Utd job: How Champions League shock changes the picture,Real Madrid's stunning 4-0 thrashing of Bayern Munich at Allianz Arena on Tuesday has implications beyond the destination of this season's Champions League.
Manchester Unites scouts were at the Allianz Arena scouting Javi Martinez during the Bayern Munich v Real Madrid match
BEHIND THE SCENES: Real Madrid leave the hotel to Allianz Arena: via
Hammer blow for Bayern and Guardiola: Real Madrid's 4-0 win left the Allianz Arena up in arms. Small wonder, c...
Real Madrid fans leaving Allianz Arena right now...
Real Madrid fans celebrate outside the Allianz Arena…
Real Madrid fans leaving the Allianz Arena right now.
SPORTS UPDATE WITH EMMAH ATAI: Jose Mourinho has vowed to stick to his footballing principles despite recent criticisms as he bids to guide Chelsea to the Champions League final with victory over Atletico Madrid tonight. Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers was among the fiercest critics of Mourinho's methods after Chelsea's 2-0 Premier League win at Anfield on Sunday, but congratulated his former mentor on the success on the eve the Blues' semi-final second leg at Stamford Bridge. Cristiano Ronaldo said Real Madrid deserved their Uefa Champions League final spot, after dismantling holders Bayern Munich 4-0 yesterday.The Portuguese attacker scored a brace, after Sergio Ramos' four-minute double propelled Real to a healthy 3-0 aggregate lead at the Allianz Arena. Ronaldo made it 4-0 overall in the 34th minute, before his cheeky free-kick in the 90th minute snuck under Bayern's jumping wall and into the back of the net. The former Manchester United man said it was a monkey off the back of the Madrid club, who ...
They said Allianz Arena is the place that Bayern Munchen hardly lose with big conceded goals but Real Madrid make it smooth to score 4-0 where are u now haters? :) 5-0.
Real Madrid boss Carlo Ancelotti praised his entire team’s performance on a record-breaking night for Cristiano Ronaldo as Los Blancos cruised into the Champions League final. Ronaldo scored twice as Real dismantled defending champions Bayern Munich 4-0 at the Allianz Arena to take his Champions Lea…
The dream of is on.Its just one match away at Lisbon. the defeat of Bayern in 1st leg at Santiago Bernabeu`,Karl Heinze Rummenige admits that Bayern will shows what the *** will be at Allianz Arena to Real Madrid. But RMA shows them what it be at their home ground. 2 goals from Sergio Ramos and 2 goals from the current Ballon D'or holder Cristiano Ronaldo. Thank you.
Real Madrid tore Bayern Munich apart with three goals in 18 astonishing first-half minutes to reach the Champions League final with a 4-0 win on a dreadful night for the holders at a stunned Allianz Arena on Tuesday.
What an unbelievable Night.. History rewritten.. Here We come Lisbon.. Real Madrid assassinated Bayern Munich at Allianz Arena, 4-0, thru to CL finals on agg 5-0.. InCRedible Ronaldo, become first player in history to score 16 goals/season.. Sad that Maestro Xabi Alonso will miss the final.. Be it, Thala Mourinho's Blues or Cross town Rivals, Atletico Madrid, good luck in advance.. La Decima, no more distant dream!!!
MATCH REPORT: FINAL SCORE: Bayern Munich 0 - 4 REAL MADRID AGGREGATE: REAL MADRID 5 - 0 Bayern Munich Real Madrid may have carved their own destiny after a long time. As the wait for La Decima goes, Real inch one step closer after destroying Bayern Munich in the second leg of the Champions League semifinals in the Allianz Arena. When the referee blew the final whistle, the score line read 4-0 in Real Madrid’s favour and a 5-0 on aggregate over the two legs. The so-called unstoppable Bayern Munich took a real trashing at the hands of Real Madrid and their fans will never forget this night. The teams started with each of them making just one change from the previous game. Gareth Bale made the starting lineup for today’s game in place of Isco while Thomas Muller replaced Rafinha for the Bavarians. The first half started without much theatrics as the teams lined up in the expected way. With Bayern Munich looking to keep the ball, Madrid set up their team to attack on the break and it worked like a charm. ...
Bayern Munich were humiliated in front of their own fans at Allianz Arena by Real Madrid...they were simply WHITEWASHED as they went down 4-0 with Cristiano Ronaldo & Sergio Ramos scoring 2 goals each during the Uefa Champions League 2nd leg semi-finals match. with the World Best Player already under his belt, am pretty sure that C.Ronaldo would like to add the coveted trophy into his collection...
Real Madrid nailed it tonight.! 4-0 at the Allianz Arena is a great feat. The Road to Lisbon goes through Germany. One step closer to winning the 'La Decima' Best part is final is in Lisbon , Cristiano's home ground :) Hope he shines in the final. 16 goals in UCL. Hala Madrid! Nitin Sam Tenzin Phuntsok Sid-Last Standing Ankur Gulati Karan Dev Aabhas Mohanty Waiting for chelsea in the finals.
Uefa Champions League: Real Madrid cruise into final after trashing Bayern - Real Madrid simply turned on style at the Allianz Arena on Tuesday night as they romped to a 0-4 win over Bayern Munich to secure their place in the finals of this year’s Uefa Champions League. Read more
One minute people are saying Real Madrid can not score at the Allianz Arena the next minute they score four times even more than they scored at Santiago Bernabeu. This is football, anything is possible. Today FC Bayern rape FC Barcelona 7-0 on total aggregate the following day they are raped 5-0 by Real Madrid another Spanish team. Its called FOOTBALL.
Real Madrid officially have two home stadia; Santiago Bernabeu and Allianz Arena. LMAO!
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Real Madrid blew the defending champions Bayern Munich away to reach the final of the Champions League on a record-breaking night at the Allianz Arena. What a night it is for Madridians. Hala Madrid!
Wow Wow Wow Wonderful match of Real Madrid. 0-4 at Allianz Arena against the "ex best team of the world" is unbelievable!!! Those who said that Bayern will smashed Real WHERE ARE THEY? LA MANITA !! We didn't came to get a 7up there we came to give them a lesson of Pure football :) Hala Madrid A POR La Decima A POR La Decima A POR La Decima!! Pround to say that I've seen this teem play in front of me in Madrid :) Hala Madrid
Real Madrid really meant business tonight and i thot they are at Santiago Bernabeu..only to be reminded that it was at Allianz Arena..well that's futbol last year it was Bayern Munchen..not this year..
The Dream Of La Decima is on for Real Madrid. Carlo Ancelotti has succeeded where Jose Mourinho failed as Real Madrid coach. Tonight, Bayern Munich were battered and destroyed before home fans at the Allianz Arena. Pep Guardiola has failed to re-enact the brilliance of Jupp Heynkes as his dream of a treble this season was shattered by a resilient Real Madrid. The focus now shifts to Stamford Bridge where another Madrid team will attempt to break traffic against a Chelsea team that will fill the bridge with luxurious buses hoping to qualify for the finals via penalties. There can't be a better final than the Madrid derby between Atletico and Real. I love this game and will like to see the game flow.
A first half brace from Sergio Ramos sent Bayern Munich packing from the Uefa Champions League when Real Madrid ran out 4-0 winners in their second leg semifinal at the Allianz Arena on Tuesday night.
FT - Bayern Munich 0-4 Real Madrid (Agg: 0-5) And it's all over at the Allianz Arena - Bayern were a shambles tonight, but you can't take anything away from Real. They completely destroyed Bayern and waltz into the final.
Bayern Munich BATTERD AT ALLIANZ ARENA Carlo Ancelloti is a great Tactician, Real Madrids tactical discipline to draw back and play behind the ball is top class. Their pace on the break is just from another planet. I think Chelsea would come second to Madrid in terms of counter attacking football. Would love Chelsea to reach the final to see how the tactical battle between Mourinho and Ancelloti goes. Very sad Alonso will miss the final, his a very vital figure in th Madrid squad as he dictates the rythm of th game. Hapi for Ronaldo breaking Messi's record and grabing a brace.We Continue Marching on as we are on course for a 10th CL title. Ronaldo vs Messi I think we are slowly solving this equation. The Fear of Real Madrid is the beginning of Wisdom. Madrid#
Real Madrid C.F. simply aced it! 4-0 at the Allianz Arena is not something one expects to see...Simply unstoppable on them counters Madrid are, and those perfect headers didn't help Bayern's cause either... Real Madrid surely deserve the decima, although I'm hoping Chelsea Football Club or Atlético de Madrid stop 'em in the final. :P
Real Madrid are showing some magic at Allianz Arena..*_* And anybody want Jupp Heynckes to have brain stroke!! Plzz ask him to watch the match..:P
Real Madrid is on a row beating Bayern Munich gaan n treg from Santiago Bernabeu to Allianz Arena that is not a child's play
*** in the first half, the Allianz Arena, Real Madrid today is amazing in everything I think there are more goals to Real Madrid !
so Real Madrid has 2 stadium now. Santiago Bernabeu is their training ground and 1 more at Germany, Allianz Arena their home ground.
GOAL - Bayern Munich 0-3 Real Madrid (Agg: 0-4) - Cristiano Ronaldo gets a third and are punishing at the Allianz Arena. That is Ronaldo's 15th goal in this competition this season.
Suddenly got two calls frm Dushtu Chicharito nd Arijeet Ghosh ...switch on the TV...OMG wht the f**k is going on??Bayern is being raped in Allianz Arena.Oooopps...Gd Bye Bayern...This Champion League is for Real Madrid.better luck nxt yr...
Real Madrid have stunned the Allianz Arena! Two goals in four minutes from Sergio Ramos has put the visitors 3-0 up on aggregate and Bayern Munich now need four goals to go through. Can Bayern dig deep and claw it back or are Real set to make their first Champions League final in 12 years?
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& they were saying Bayern are gonna beat Real Madrid at the Allianz Arena? Less than 20+ mins & it's already 2-0 to Madrid 😂
REDEMPTION FOR RAMOS! Real Madrid are TWO-NIL up at the Allianz Arena with both goals from the Spanish defender. Bayern now need FOUR goals in 70 minutes to qualify!
Real Madrid have arrived at the Allianz Arena.
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Can Real Madrid hold on to their slim 1-0 lead against current champions Bayern Munich at the Allianz Arena, The German side have never lost at home to Real Madrid. Should be a tasty encounter! Live at Champs from 1945
Champions League 2014: Bayern Munich vs. Real Madrid Key Players and Stats: Real Madrid head to the Allianz Arena on Tuesday for a se...
HUGE, I mean HUGE match at 145 today. Bayern Munich v Real Madrid...Madrid up 1-0 on aggregate...today's match is from Allianz Arena...this could be an instant classic. See you in a bit. Get yer kit on and get up here!
Muller time: Guardiola needs to sacrifice possession for penetration and call on Bayern's shadow man The Bavarians head into their Champions League semi-final second leg against Real Madrid needing goals - and Thomas Muller is the man to get them Under the radar: Muller often drifts into space unnoticed For much of the first leg at the Santiago Bernabeu last Wednesday evening, reigning European champions Bayern Munich kept possession in much the way that Pep Guardiola likes his side to. They were neat, tidy and dominated territory. The only problem was they lacked any sort of incision, making little impression in decisive areas. And that's a big problem. Die Bayern, who have romped to Bundesliga success this season, were even fortunate to leave the Spanish capital with just a one-goal deficit. Had Cristiano Ronaldo and Angel Di Maria had their shooting boots with them, then they may well have been two or three goals behind ahead of their Allianz Arena repeat. Possession is all well and good if it leads to ...
Champions League semifinal - Bayern Munich vs Real Madrid at Allianz Arena on 30 April 2014. Match starts at 12:30 am India time. It's the clash between two of the biggest spenders in club football. Real Madrid are worth 425 millions and Bayern are worth 314 million pounds in player values. Carlo Ancelotti and Pep Guardiola have been good with their respective teams but RM stands a better chance after the 1-0 lead in the first leg. Bayern were tactically naive in the first leg where RM played without Gareth Bale and CR without full fitness. Will the Bavarians get the two required goals and prevent RM from scoring that 1 away goal? Real Madrid: Iker Casillas; Marcelo, Sergio Ramos, Pepe, Dani Carvajal; Ángel di María, Xabi Alonso, Luka Modrić; Cristiano Ronaldo, Karim Benzema, Gareth Bale. Bayern Munich: Manuel Neuer; David Alaba, Dante, Jerome Boateng, Philipp Lahm; Javi Martínez; Franck Ribéry, Bastian Schweinsteiger, Toni Kroos, Arjen Robben; Mario Mandžukić.
MUNICH: Real Madrid will visit Bayern Munich for the second-leg of Champions League semi-final here on Tuesday at Allianz Arena. Real approach Tuesday’s semi-final second leg at the Allianz Arena w...
Bayern Munich manager Pep Guardiola says that he does not expect Real Madrid to play for the goalless draw that would take them into the Champions League final when the teams meet at the Allianz Arena on Wednesday. Real lead 1-0 on aggregate after Karim Benzema scored the only goal of the semi- final first leg last week in Madrid. "I cannot imagine that (Real coach) Carlo Ancelotti will set up his team in such a way as to just keep the result," said Guardiola "That would be difficult to maintain. "Real are a quick team so we always have to be positioned well when we lose possession. The best is to keep them a long way away from our goal. Ur comment young gunz
Bundesliga Results: Bayern Munich sent a warning Real Madrid's way with a 5-2 win over Werder Bremen at the Allianz Arena. Borussia Dortmund and Bayer Leverkusen shared equal points on the night as the game ended 2-2 at BayArena. Borussia Monchengladbach gave their hopes of playing in the Champions League next season a timely boost with a 1-0 win at Schalke. { CS7 }
Real Madrid will be travelling to Germany today & will later this evening train at the Allianz Arena. Carlo Ancelotti confirmed that Karim Benzema, Gareth Bale, & Cristiano Ronaldo will play this Tomorrow against Bayern If Real Madrid scores one, Bayern needs three. We're the top goalscoring team and our defense has proven to be solid. Believe. Hala Madrid.
TOMORROW! Real Madrid faces Bayern Munich at the Allianz Arena! Let's pick up our ticket to Lisbon!
4,000 Madridistas will be supporting Real Madrid against Bayern in the Allianz Arena.
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Uhmmm, Bayern Munich defeats Werder Bremen 5-2, now, Real Madrid just got pass Osasun 4-0, *Thinking, rain of goals at the Allianz Arena next week Tuesday? Or will it just be one of those matches that don't produce plenty goals, only time will tell.
"Manchester United was buried last night in Germany(Munich) at the Allianz Arena, The after tears will be attended by CHELSEA FC, Athletico Madrid FC, Real Madrid and Bayern Munich on friday..."
Indeed Moyes abr3 men hav really packed deir bus @ de Allianz Arena as told earlier on by Pep Guardiola @ de press conference! Good spectacular 25 yard strike from Evra de opener. Gudose to Mandzukic who scored less dan 22 seconds after Patrice's goal, Muller with his miracles, the man who always scores against English teams and de skills man Arjen Robben. The Dutch man is unstoppable. The aggregate is 4-2. Great football possessed by Diego Simeone men over Barca @ de Estadio Vicente Calderon-Madrid after Koke's 5th minute goal. The aggregate is 2-1. Atlectico Madrid have reached semi-finals of the Uefa Champions League for the first time since 1997 [17yrs]. 2013/2014 Uefa Champions League semi-finals teams re Real Madrid, Bayern Munich, Chelsea and Atlectico Madrid.
Elber not convinced by Manchester United: Only Real Madrid can beat Bayern David Moyes's men will be hoping to book their place in the last four but the former Brazil striker is expecting the Bavarians to dominate once again Apr 9, 2014 12:31:00 PM EXCLUSIVE By Christoph Kockeis Former Bayern Munich striker Giovane Elber is adamant that Manchester United are not capable of defeating the Champions League favourites in Wednesday's crunch clash at the Allianz Arena. David Moyes's side held the Bavarian giants in the first leg of their quarter-final tie and know that victory in Bavaria will guarantee them a spot in the last four. Bayern, though, are a formidable force on home soil and Elber believes that Real Madrid are the only side capable of beating them. The Brazilian told Goal : "Bayern are stronger than last year. "We have to wait for the match against Manchester United, but I claim there is only one team in the Champions League that can beat Bayern and that is Real Madrid." Although they took the lead ...
Real Madrid are reportedly keeping tabs on three Bayern Munich players whose futures are up in the air, according to El Confidencial. Although the Spanish giants are supposedly not ready to potentially damage their amiable relations with Bayern by making any bids without receiving the green light, they are waiting in the wings if the treble winners decide to let any of them leave in the summer. Kroos is being strongly linked with Manchester United as he is seemingly not happy with his status at the Allianz Arena, earning a lower wage than some of the more senior members of the squad, though bigger clubs could enter the running for his signature if United fail to qualify for the Champions League this season. Mandzukic is being targeted by the likes of Juventus and Arsenal as he is unhappy with becoming a backup player at Bayern next season, which looks likely with the impending arrival of Robert Lewandowski from Borussia Dortmund. And finally, Mueller is also thought to be considering his future after drop ...
The Arsenal fans in the top tier of the Allianz Arena left no room for doubt. 'Wemberlee, Wemberlee,' was the chant; they had travelled 570 miles to sing about a stadium on their doorstep. It was not that they wanted to exit the Champions League at the last 16 stage for the fourth successive season, but rather they knew the limitations of their team and where their chance for success lies. After nine long, arduous years without a trophy Arsenal just want to win something. Anything. Even the Emirates Cup would be a starting point. An FA Cup victory would do very nicely. With Wigan, Hull City and Sheffield United the only teams standing in their way it would be genuinely embarrassing if they do not win the trophy for the 11th time in their history. Yet Tuesday night in Munich presented both an opportunity and an obvious danger. Despite the travails of Mesut Ozil it will have given Arsene Wenger great heart that his side proved up to the test in Bavaria. A 1-1 draw was perhaps slightly fortunate, but in the ...
Arsenal title blow: Wenger confirms Ozil out for ‘a few weeks’ talkSPORT Arsenal midfielder Mesut Ozil Arsenal’s hopes of winning the Premier League have been further dented by the news Mesut Ozil will miss ‘a few weeks’ with a serious hamstring injury. The Gunners star, who was signed in the summer from Real Madrid for £42.5million, has struggled for form in the second-half of the season, but a bright display against Everton in the FA Cup had boosted his spirits.Ozil, 25, though, was substituted at half-time of Arsenal’s Champions League clash with Bayern Munich at the Allianz Arena, which ended in a 1-1 draw on the night and a 3-1 defeat on aggregate.And he will now definitely miss the Gunners’ clash with rivals Tottenham Hotspur, and possibly several other matches as they attempt to win the Premier League ahead of Chelsea, Manchester City and Liverpool. "[Mesut Ozil] has a hamstring problem that looks quite serious," Wenger said. "I don't know [how long he will be out for], but for sure ...
I just finished talking to one of the staunch Barcelona fans I know. He told me a lot of things concerning Barca. Some of them are how much Barcelona misses Pep Guardiola. Tata Martino isn't the right coach for Barca. How he doesn't want Barcelona to play Bayern Munich anytime now. How eager he wants Real Madrid to be paired with Bayern Munich in the UCL Quarter finals. A lot of them which I quite disagree with some of his suggestions. He also told me Arsenal will not breath at Allianz Arena because they got no class to stand us but I told him because of precedence I'll not comment on this till tomorrow 9:30 pm.
Bayern Munich forward Thomas Mueller has shrugged off rumours that he will move to Real Madrid, while Arjen Robben says he is happy to end his career at the Allianz Arena.
Mesut Ozil has scored only once in an away game in the Champions League. While playing for Real Madrid at Allianz Arena, in April 2012
Ronaldo sets new CL scoring record 11 December By Justin Palmer London - Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo set a Champions League group phase scoring record on Tuesday as Bayer Leverkusen and Olympiakos Piraeus reached the last 16 and snow forced Galatasaray's match with Juventus to be abandoned. Holders Bayern Munich's record-breaking run of 10 consecutive Champions League wins came to an unceremonious end after Manchester City staged a memorable fightback after conceding two early goals to win 3-2 at the Allianz Arena. However, Bayern still won Group D with City finishing in second place. Prolific Ronaldo took his tally to nine for the campaign in Real's 2-0 win at FC Copenhagen, with the nine-times champions also setting an all-time record in European competitions by netting in 31 successive matches. Ronaldo, in his first game back since sustaining a muscle strain on Nov. 23, scored with a simple close-range finish three minutes after the break, Real's second after Luka Modric's delightful opener. Bayern ...
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Bayern Munich manager Jupp Heynckes has dismissed claims he has agreed to take over as manager of Real Madrid. Outgoing Bayern midfielder Anatoliy Tymoshchuk had suggested that the German was "99 per cent" certain to join the Spanish giants in the wake of Jose Mourinho's departure. However, speaking ahead his side's DFB-Pokal final clash with Stuttgart on Saturday, Heynckes said no such deal had been confirmed. "I do not know where Anatoliy got this from," he said. "Of course we joke around and everything about those rumours, but I do not know why he thinks that it is a done deal. "If I am going to be in a good mood I will talk about it tomorrow (Saturday). If not I will make an announcement in the first week of June." As well as Heynckes, Carlo Ancelotti is another name to have been linked with the vacant post at the Bernabeu with the outgoing Mourinho likely to make a return to former club Chelsea. Heynckes, who will be replaced by Pep Guardiola at the Allianz Arena ahead of next season, can wrap up the ...
SPORT NEWS:Champions League final: German superiority over Premier League. Bayern Munich's massed ranks of red celebrated avoiding the fate of losing their third successive Champions League final with a rousing rendition of an old England classic. The Euro 96 anthem "Football's Coming Home" was one of the souvenirs Germany took away with them - as well as the trophy - in that memorable summer. And it was back again on another sunny Wembley night of vindication for Bayern, match-winner Arjen Robben and that country's great coaching statesman Jupp Heynckes. The facts are bare. Bayern Munich cleansed the wounds of Champions League final defeats to Inter Milan in 2010 and, in their own imposing Allianz Arena to Chelsea in 2012, with a 2-1 victory over Bundesliga rivals Borussia Dortmund. It gave the Bavarian giants, the beast that once spawned the nickname "FC Hollywood", a fifth win in this tournament. They are level with Liverpool and only Real Madrid and AC Milan are above them. Scratch underneath those st ...
Chelsea could turn to Bayern Munich star Mario Gomez this summer as the search for a new striker to spearhead the Stamford Bridge attack continues, according to the Daily Mail. Mourinho, who looks set to take the reins at Chelsea following the announcement that he will be leaving Real Madrid, is keen to add another striker to the squad. Moves for Atletico Madrid star Radamel Falcao and Napoli's Edinson Cavani have been mentioned, but both forwards are in-demand. Chelsea face competition from Manchester City and Monaco for Falcao, while City are thought to have opened talks with Napoli over Cavani. Gomez, who's found his playing time limited at the Allianz Arena this season, could be available at the end of the season. The Germany international may be surplus to requirements once former-Barcelona boss Pep Guardiola takes over at Bayern, having already seen Mario Mandzukic usurp his place in the starting XI this term. The Bavarian giants have also been linked with Borussia Dortmund star Robert Lewandowski - ...
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NEYMAR HAS SIGNED FOR BAYERN MUCHEN: CASCIONE, A FORMER SANTOS OFFICIAL Cascione has insisted that Neymar will move to the Bundesliga instead and has already wrapped up a transfer to the Allianz Arena. "I have this information first hand. Neymar has signed for Bayern Munich. It's already a done deal," Cascione wrote on his blog. "I am not speculating here. This information is irrefutable. From August this year on, the player will be part of Bayern's squad. "So his next destination will not be Spain, like many expected. He's not going to Barcelona or Real Madrid. He will go to Germany."
‘Bayern level with Barca, Madrid’ Franck Ribery has enthused that Pep Guardiola’s confirmation as Coach for next season has put Bayern Munich level with Barcelona and Real Madrid. Guardiola has been confirmed as taking over at the Allianz Arena from next term, much to French winger Ribery’s pleasure. “Guardiola is Guardiola. His arrival shows that Bayern are not just any other club,” the 29-year-old told L’Equipe this week. “If you can sign Guardiola then you are at the top level. Bayern is one of the three best clubs in the world, along with Madrid and Barca. “Heynckes restored my confidence at Bayern, I do not believe I will be leaving this team. “It was logical for the club to announce Guardiola’s signing when they did, for the rumours that surrounded him and our club.” football espana admin andrew
Less than a week after Chelsea’s famous win against Bayern Munich at the Allianz Arena, thoughts have already begun to turn towards next year’s competition. With Europe’s major domestic leagues already over, teams already know their fate when it comes to the premier club competition on the continent next season. As holders, Chelsea secured their automatic qualification into the group stages, knocking Tottenham Hotspur out of the qualifying play-off round in the process. Their fourth-place finish in the Premier League counts for the Europa League, and that’s scant consolation for manager Harry Redknapp. Manchester City, Manchester United and Arsenal all qualified automatically thanks to the Premier League’s high co-efficiency ranking (CHECK), meaning four teams from England will be competing in the last 32. Spain will enjoy the same luxury, providing Malaga can win their play-off match in August. The big-spenders in La Liga would join Real Madrid, Barcelona and Valencia on the big stage. In Germa ...
ANALYSIS Chelsea defied the odds and critics to win the 2011-12 Champions League, getting the better of the much-fancied Bayern Munich 4-3 on penalties in the final on May 19 at the Allianz Arena. It was the Blues’ first-ever triumph in Europe’s premier club competition as owner Roman Abramovich finally claimed the one trophy he has been searching for since his takeover of the London side in 2003. While Chelsea continue to revel in their hard-fought success, they must be prepared to face a stiffer test next season if they are to become the first club in the Champions League era to successfully defend the title. The likes of Spanish giants Real Madrid and Barcelona, Premier League champions Manchester City, Italian powerhouse Juventus and French big-spenders Paris Saint-Germain will all be gunning to replace the Blues on the throne, and will make all the necessary effort during the summer transfer window to strengthen their respective squads
DID U KNOW THAT •Bayern Munich has won 13 of its last 14 matches at the Allianz Arena in all competitions, drawing the other. •Should the Bavarians triumph on Saturday, they will join Liverpool on five European Cup wins, and become the joint-third most successful club in the competition's history behind Real Madrid (nine) and AC Milan (seven). •The Bundesliga club is the first to benefit from home advantage in a European Cup final since Roma played Liverpool at the Stadio Olimpico in the 1984 showpiece. •A Bayern victory will make Jupp Heynckes (pictured right) only the fourth coach to have won the tournament with two clubs after Ernst Happel, Ottmar Hitzfeld and Jose Mourinho. •Chelsea has won just once away from home in this season's Champions League and has already lost in Germany: a 2-1 reverse at Bayer Leverkusen in the group stage. •The Blues' only previous meeting with Bayern came in the quarterfinals of the Champions League in 2005, with the Londoners prevailing 6-5 on aggregate. •Th ...
Chelsea star Mata: We've beaten Barcelona, bring on Bayern! The 24-year-old is adamant that the Blues can overcome the Bundesliga side after their Camp Nou heroics and suggests the pressure of playing at home could countagainst the Germans May 18, 2012 8:45:00 AM Juan Mata, Chelsea By Francisco Delgado Chelsea attacker Juan Mata is confident that his side can defeat Bayern Munich in the Champions League final on Saturday, insisting that the Blues can draw inspiration from their semi-final triumph over Barcelona . Bundesliga outfit Bayern head intothe crunch clash at their Allianz Arena home as favourites and have already seen off the likes of Marseille and Real Madrid, as wellas winning a group containing Manchester City and Napoli, en route to the final. The Blues themselves have impressed on their journey to Munich, however, and Mata believes that the aggregate win against last year's champions in the last round stands them in good stead. "We knocked out Barca, who are the best footballing side in the w ...
Liverpool 1,Chelsea 1,Manchester City 1,Real Madrid 1,Barcelona 1,does that mean,Bayern Munich has 1 to carry which is Champions League,the only competition left for them...2days to Allianz Arena
Iker Casillas believes that Bayern Munich were slightly better than Real Madrid in the semi-finals of the Champions League, and feels the Bundesliga giants are the team to beat in Saturday's final against Chelsea at the Allianz Arena.
A video about Toni Kroos' exploits against Real Madrid in the semi-final of this year's Champions League. Enjoy! Music: Watching the Planets - The Flaming Lips
Chelsea won’t rush Di Matteo decision . LONDON (AFP) – Chelsea chief executive Ron Gourlay has said interim manager Roberto Di Matteo will have to wait until after the Champions League final to discover if he will be given the job on a permanent basis. Blues captain John Terry has made it clear Chelsea’s players are backing Di Matteo to be named as Andre Villas-Boas’s full-time successor and the Italian underlined his credentials by leading the club to a 2-1 win over Liverpool in Saturday’s FA Cup final at Wembley. However, reports claim Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich is still weighing up his final decision, with an approach for Real Madrid boss Jose Mourinho, who won two Premier League titles in his first spell at Chelsea, not out of the question. Gourlay confirmed Di Matteo won’t discover his fate until after Chelsea’s Champions League final against Bayern Munich at the German club’s Allianz Arena on May 19. “I’m not going to change my mind on what I’ve said. We’ve just got to ta ...
Vanguard News shared the following link:found the target against his former side Real Madrid in Wednesday’s Champions League semi-final second leg, Bayern Munich winger Arjen Robben has said that Chelsea would find it tough to survive the atmosphere at the Allianz Arena, venue of the final on March 19.Category Sports
Had the Bayern Munich vs. Real Madrid game recorded and it finally just ended. Bayern is in the finals to be played at our own stadium the Allianz Arena!!! Who better to put us through than my favorite player, Bastian Schweinsteiger! Go Bayern!!! Beat Chelsea!!! May 19th on FOX!!!
Real Madrid 2-1 Bayern Munich (Bayern proceed to Final CL on penalties 3-1) *What a %$ biased referee to gives Bayern way to Final at Allianz Arena by penalty shootout after 120 minutes of game...One of the worst referee in European..
Bayern Munich defeat Real Madrid on penalties, to set up a final clash with Chelsea, at the Allianz Arena, their home turf.
Salute to Real Madrid. It was a really tough game, ended with a dramatic penalty. Welcome back home to Allianz Arena, Bayern Muenchen!! Playing in Munich will be harder this time.
Real Madrid - Bayern Munich Preview: Mourinho's quest for history and the lure of the Allianz Arena -
After Chelsea's victory over Barcelona in the Semifinals, Real Madrid remains as the only Spanish team that has the possibility of advancing to the Champions League Final in Munich. Chelsea will play this decisive game without starters Meireles, Ramires, Terry and Ivanovic, so Madrid would have a golden chance of getting La Décima if they manage to beat Bayern Munich at the Santiago Bernabéu today at 20:45 CET. Mourinho's team will need to comeback from the 2-1 loss they suffered at the Allianz Arena. Madrid deserved to get the 1-1 draw, but Mario Gómez scored in the last minute to put his team ahead and finish the game. Granero is expected to start the game -he was in yesterday's press conference- but whether he will do it in a 4-3-3 formation or the classic 4-2-3-1 remains to be seen.
Chelsea FC goes to the Uefa Champions League Finals beating Barcelona 2-2 in the 2nd Leg in Camp Nou,Barcelona making 3-2 Aggregate (1-0 1st Leg) (2-2 2nd Leg). Making a History for Chelsea qualifying for the 1st Time in the Finals. Today Bayern Munchen will go with Real Madrid for the Final Game and will decide which Chelsea will go on to the Finals in Allianz Arena, Munich, Germany
Barcelonna is out!Chelsea is in!who will be their opponent at the Allianz Arena??is it gonna be Real Madrid or Bayern Munich??
Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo, Karim Benzema and Mezut Ozil were robbed in Germany on Tuesday. A thief broke into the Real Madrid dressing room at Munich's Allianz Arena, and stole shoes and shirts from the attacking trio, according to the Mail. "Real Madrid have lodged a complaint with UEFA after...
Today's semifinal is between Bayern Munich and Real Madrid from Allianz Arena. Here is your official Match Preview:
Nothing was decided in Munich last night, as Real Madrid visited Bayern Munich and got defeated by 2-1 in the Uefa Champions League first leg. The German side ended imposing their law in the Allianz Arena, thanks to a late winning goal scored by their "Panzer", Mario Gomez. The Merengues were never ...
Late 90th minute strike by Mario Gomez stuns Real Madrid as Bayern Munchen win 2-1 at Allianz Arena which gives them advantage going into 2nd leg to be held at Santiago Bernabeu next week. . .
Esteban Granero is replacing Angel Di Maria for Real Madrid at Allianz Arena.
UEFA CHAMPIONS' LEAGUE SEMI-FINAL PREVIEW- Bayern Munich vs Real Madrid.; Facts (i) B. Munich hav posted 6 straight home wins in da Champions League and won 12 out 13 last European outings in Allianz Arena. (ii) they haven't lost to Real Madrid at home [W8, D1] and have an overall record {W10 ,D2, L6}. (iii) Both teams hav met in 4 previous Champions League Semi-finals, Bayern hav won 3{1976,1987,2001} to Madrid's one-2000. (iv) Real are unbeaten in this year's Champion's league and have only conceded 6 goals. (iii) Real Madrid hav won only once in Germany soil in 22 visits(W1, D6, L15) whch was a 3-2 win ovr Bayer Leverkusen in 2000-0-.(iv) Real are making a record of 23rd C.L. Semi final appearance and seeking to reach their 13th Final.
Leo Messi celebrando con el FC Barcelona The Uefa ChampionsLeague returns next weekas four of Europe's best sides compete for a placein next month's final in Germany. The draw for the semi-finals saw defending champions Barcelona and La Liga adversaries Real Madrid kept apart, maintaining the mouth-watering prospect of Barca and Real doing battle at the Allianz Arena on May 19. Bayern Munich and Chelsea, though, will have other ideas. The German giants will look to overcome Jose Mourinho's side to achieve their dream of playing at ***
Jose Mourinho - "The finals will not be Real Madrid VS Chelsea" well, Barcelona vs Bayern Munich would be an awesome at the Allianz Arena!
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