Chelsea was well beaten by Bayern Munich in the round of 16 UEFA champions league tie first league at Stamford Bridge. The blues did put in a strong performance in the first half to keep their illustrious German opponent at Bay, albeit the Bavarians were unlucky on some occasions. The second half was another story entirely, as Serge Gnabry produced another masterpiece performance in London. He had scored four goals against another London team, Tottenham in the group stage, in 7-2 mauling. He was instrumental again last night as he scored another 2, and the reliable Robert Lewandowski scored the third, adding gloss to an already impressive score line. Lewandowski’s goal was his 39th in 33 appearances this season.
The last time the two teams met, the German didn’t have it their way, as the Blues were crown champions of Europe. Despite being overwhelming underdogs, Chelsea somehow came out on top after winning the penalty shootout in 2012, so Bayern were out looking for revenge.
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