Champions League Round 16, Leg 2: Barcelona is extraordinary, Madrid and Bayern qualified by luck

It has been a while since I posted about soccer. Today’s and yesterday’s matches proved that in Champions League there will be no such thing as decided outcome until both legs are completely played and the result proved that.

Barcelona came to their stadium with aggregate deficit of 0-2 because of earlier leg defeat by AC Milan. However, they spectacularly overturned the tie by putting four goals without conceded (something that is rarely done in their recent matches).

In contrast, the matches for other Champions League’s favorites (Madrid and Bayern) is surprisingly difficult. Real Madrid need to depend to Nani’s red card to defeat Manchester United whereas Bayern Munich almost repeated the disaster in Champions League final last year by surrendering two goals advantage in Allianz Arena.

Personally, I want Barcelona not to qualify to quarter final since they are the hardest team to play against. However, as what people said: The ball is round.

Manchester United vs Real Madrid 1-2

Barcelona vs AC Milan 4-0

Bayern Munich vs Arsenal 0-2

About edwinlt

I am currently Indonesian expatriate working in Singapore. I am currently working as security researcher in National University of Singapore. I write this blog to share to readers about my life principle on various aspects, like religion, politics, business, relationship, and technology. I am interested in alternative worldviews because I found that many things taught to us by establishments are not true and harmful. My dream is to become self-sufficient in food and energy. Hopefully, someday I can have my own fruit garden and my own power plant and able to sell my electricity to power company. I hope readers enjoy my blog.
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