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Germany’s double in the last 16 stages at Stamford Bridge on Tuesday brought Bayern Munich to the edge of the Champions League quarter-final as Chelsea’s stunning 3-0 win.
Gainsbury defeated Tottenham Four goals in a 7-2 win over North London earlier this season and returned to the English capital, pushing the former Arsenal winger Chelsea on the brink of elimination.

The 24-year-old’s time with Arsenal was dismal and he even flopped during a loan spell in West Bromwich Albion.

But he is reborn with Bayern and with three minutes to go, his two goals remain in the final eight with Hans Flick.

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Robert Lewandowski took Bayern’s third-place before Chelsea defender Marcus Alonso departed in the 83rd minute.

Chelsea will need another miracle in Munich in the second leg March 10 to end the loss at the Allianz Arena, where they famously defeated the German club in the 2012 Champions League final.

It has not been a vintage year for Bayern, but they have been encouraging undrafted boss Nico Kovac and all stages since moving out of Chelsea.

None of the previous six teams had won all of the Champions League group games, but this time they would have missed the prospect of breaking the Ducks if they won the five-time Bayern. ۔

Chelsea boss Frank Lampard admits his young team is “under-dugs” against Bayern’s extensive European experience club, and pre-match forecasts prove to be a tough defeat.

Bayern set the tone when Thorus Mرller forced a save from Willie Caballero in the first minute after stealing possession from Jorgenho.

Flick warned Chelsea that Lewandowski was “in the shape of his life,” and Bayern striker Andreas Christensen escaped with a stinging shot which was blocked by Caballero’s face.

Ross Barkley took care of deep inside his own half and Muller bounced off Lewandowski from the back pass, whose finger attempt saved well through Caballero.

Serge Gainbury scored his sixth goal in two games in London this season.
Serge Gainbury scored his sixth goal in two games in London this season.
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Moments later, Chelsea closed again and M مller widened the strike for 20 yards.

Bayern’s pressure was on the rise and Mulder went to the cross on Gunabri to hit the back header against the bar.

Lampard maintained his confidence with Oliver Giroud after the 33-year-old’s first start in November with a goal in Saturday’s win against Tottenham.

But retaining Giroud at the expense of Tammy Abraham was a huge gamble, and the Chelsea striker’s muscular but absentminded Bayern was upset.

Chelsea finally escaped with the intention when Mateo Kovchuk struck Alonso on a low drive that forced Manuel Neuer to save.

But Bayern remained the dominant force to the extent that they might have declared the other leg irrelevant.

They deservedly scored in the 51st minute with a well-crafted goal. Sainsbury’s excellent control and pass sent Lewandowski into the Chelsea area and when he cut the ball from behind, his team-mate made a perfect time-out run to fire the lesser past Caballero.

Moving the ball forward with speed and accuracy, Bayern were unbeaten and extended their lead three minutes later thanks to another impressive combination of the Granbury and Lewandowski double act.

Robert Lewandowski scored his sixth consecutive Champions League game.
Robert Lewandowski scored his sixth consecutive Champions League game.
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Lewandowski shook his head to Granbury, took the return route from Wenger, and played an excellent game with the ball to Granbury, who guided the Chelsea defense to a cool finish from the far corner to the high speed at high speed. The fastest route was forward.

Bayern was not finished yet and Lewandowski became the first Bayern player to score in six consecutive Champions League matches when he won the 76th-minute cross by Alfonso Davis for the 39th goal of the season.

Alonso’s frustration over Chelsea’s plight rose to prominence when Lewandowski was sent off after a VAR review of his throwing off his arm.

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