Bayern Munich and Lazio dispute the second leg of the UEFA Champions League round of 16. The Bavarians are very on track to go to the quarterfinals, as they achieved a resounding result of 1-4 at the Olympic in Rome.
The current European champion continues with a firm step, since it also already links three consecutive victories in the Bundesliga and has managed to increase its advantage over the RB Leipzig up to four points. This past weekend, the Bayern clearly surpassed Werder Bremen by 1-3, again with a goal of Robert Lewandowski, which is in historical scoring figures. For its part, the team of Nagelsmann could not get past the tie against him Eintracht Frankfurt (1-1), so he is more than one game away, still with nine games to play.
In the first leg, the Pole opened the scoring in the minute 9, which already got the tie back on track as soon as both teams left the locker room. The young man Musiala rent increased in minute 24 and Leroy Sané closed the 0-3 shortly before the break. In the second half, one goal for each team (Joaquin Correa for the Lazio and a bit at own door Francesco Acerbi for him Bayern) left the 1-4 definitive and the pass very on track, except historical surprise in the Allianz Arena.
Hansi flick, technician of the Bayern Munich who has achieved a historic “sextete” in his first season with the Bavarian club, is in the pools to replace Joachim Löw in front of the Germany selection, but he has already disengaged himself from the possibility and intends to continue in the Bayern bench in the future.
The Lazio by Simone Inzaghi, for his part, comes from achieving a long-suffering victory against the Crotone 3-2 at home, which gives it some air in the Serie A after of two consecutive defeats. The Romans occupy the seventh place in the standings with 46 points, four points behind its great citizen rival, the Rome, but with one less game.
The Italian team suffered greatly to qualify as second in the group, behind the Borussia Dortmund. On the sixth day of Group F, the Lazio tied with him Witches (2-2), who had a shot to the crossbar in the last minutes that, had he entered, would have meant qualification for the Belgians to the detriment of the lacial team.
When do you play Bayern Munich – Lazio?
The game is played today, Wednesday March 17, at 21.00 hours
Where to watch Bayern Munich – Lazio?
The encounter can be seen by Movistar Champions League 1 (51), platform dial Movistar Plus. You can follow all the information about the match live on the Mundo Deportivo website.