Simeone to take Atleco to the Final as Guardiola failed Champions League Mission at Bayern

09:50 AM 2016

Diego Simeone proceed portraying the potential

This proves that Bayern will never win the champions league under Pep Guardiola because he is joining Manchester city in the summer. For the first time, Guardiola was taken out by Real Madrid. The second time, it was Barcelona. This time, it was the turn for Atletico’s fighters. Bayern’s dream ended by Antoine Griezman who scored the away goal to turn Guardiola down.

Guardiola leaves bayern missing the EUFA Champion league of this year.

Even if Bayern was the first to get a goal from Xabi Alonso’s wonder free kick that came too early in the first half. The ball passed between Gimenez’s feet and motivated the Germany giants to continue to the final. However, their happiness did not last long after the second half started the French future talent scored an equalizer from a surprising counter and his combination with Torres. Meanwhile, in the first half Bayern got a penalty. Unfortunately, Thomas Muller lost it from save of Jan Oblack

Annoyed Bayern Munic prayers.

Bayer kept fighting, till when Lewandowski netted a header from vidal’s cross. Guardiola put his team in front with two goals by one (2-1), but it was not sufficient because they needed one more goal due to the away goal they have conceded. Simeone’s side played defensively to avoid conceding another goal which could take them out of the competition. By the time, Atletico Madrid also got a penalty which was taken by the Spanish Fernando Torres. Unluckily, he also lost it when Emmanuel Nueur made a prolific save.

Happy Atletico Madrid players.
Even though they missed the penalty, they were still in front with an away goal. The final whistle came, and Bayern stars were all annoyed by the exit for the third consecutive time. After Bayern Munich exit the whole world is waiting for who will face Atletico at the final between Real Madrid and Manchester City. They are going to face each other this evening at Santiago Bernabeu Stadium in Spain.


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