First bankruptcy in the CL group phase: Barça clearly shows FC Bayern the limits

After two victories at the start of the Champions League preliminary round, the FC Bayern players left the field without a point for the first time.

First bankruptcy in the CL group phase: Barça clearly shows FC Bayern the limits

After two victories at the start of the Champions League preliminary round, the FC Bayern players left the field without a point for the first time. In front of a large crowd at the Camp Nou, FC Barcelona conjured up a clear victory. The Catalan star ensemble is thus expanding its perfect record.

Bayern Munich's footballers clearly missed a respectable win against FC Barcelona at the venerable Camp Nou. In front of 46,967 spectators, the team around the European Championship heroines Lina Magull, Lea Schüller and Klara Bühl kept a clean sheet against the star ensemble from Spain for half-time on the third day of the Champions League group stage, but lost in the end, well deserved, 0:3.

Geyse (47'), Aitana Bonmati (60') and Claudia Pina (66') scored for the Catalans, who moved ahead of Group D with the win on nine points and an impressive 16-1 goal difference. Coach Alexander Straus' team was shown their limits in the second half.

Barcelona were superior from the start even without the injured world footballer Alexia Putellas, after just under two minutes attacker Geyse failed free-standing against Maria Grohs in the Bayern goal. On the other hand, national player Bühl had the best, but also the only dangerous opportunity for the German runners-up after a counterattack. At full speed, the 21-year-old only hit the side netting (10th).

After the break, it took less than two minutes before Geyse appeared free-standing in front of the Munich goal, this time she had no trouble. Bonmati and Pina followed up with a fantastic shot from 20 meters and thus sealed FC Bayern's first defeat in the group phase. Previously, the women of Munich, where Sydney Lohmann made her comeback in the second half after a four-week break due to knee problems, triumphed against FC Rosengard and Benfica Lisbon.

The second leg will take place on December 7th in the Munich Arena. At the second appearance in the living room of Manuel Neuer and Co. after the quarter-finals against Paris St. Germain in March, Bavaria's women's record of 13,000 spectators at the time should be broken.

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