The record champions scored only one goal despite outselling the Spaniards. Robert Lewandowski gave Julian Nagelsmann’s team hope to reach the semi-finals again after 52 minutes.
But shortly before the end of the match, Samuel Chukwes (88) shocked Munich and ended all Henkelpott’s dreams.
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Also because a professional player from Bayern Munich became the unlucky big crow at the Allianz Arena.
FC Bayern Munich in individual review
Manuel Neuer: He cleared one or the other long ball away from the visitors in the well-known Neuer fashion and was otherwise very quiet on Tuesday night…until the Spaniards’ first shot on goal hit the net behind him.
Benjamin Pavard: He wears three in the back on the right side and does his job with confidence. The Frenchman won each of his seven head-to-head matches, but was very high when he conceded a late goal with his teammates.
Dayot Upamecano: He was caught with a rebound early in the game, but he caught himself quickly. Upamecano radiated calm and relentless, especially in defensive duels (he won 60 percent of duels). He had a great chance to make the score 1-0, but was late when he finished (50). At the crucial moment, the former Leipziger ran after him.
Lucas Hernandez: He – like his neighbours – had almost no problems with Villarreal’s innocuous attack. Hernandez repeatedly tried to give cross passes, but his passes did not find anyone to take. However, the fencing record when it was replaced was a realistic reading (33 percent).
Leroy Sane: He was allowed to play as a right rail player from the start and allowed to focus entirely on attacking. In the first round, the national player acted predictably by repeatedly placing the ball on his powerful left foot. He was more flexible after changing the teams, as he started his first chance to score a big goal through Upamecano (50th place) with a pass to the backcourt. In general, the performance is somewhat below average.
Joshua Kimmish: He worked tirelessly on the six and awarded the magnet ball in the midfield (91 action balls). Expectations were good when Villarreal managed to cross the halfway line and remained calm even when opponents were under pressure.
Leon Goretzka: Still on the bench for the first leg, he returned to the field from the start at the Allianz Arena. Goretzka led the most duels at Bayern Munich and mostly retained the lead (62 per cent). Otherwise unnoticeable on the road.
Kingsley Coman: Facing the same fate as his counterpart Sane in the first half, the Frenchman improved significantly in the second half. Koeman made it 1-0 (52nd) with strong possession and then became more dangerous than the outside players.
Thomas Muller: Lewandowski prepared 1-0 and then appeared again with a great chance to score (71). However, Muller missed a header. Otherwise pale.
Jamal Musiala: He was remarkably trying to be creative and had the only real chance in the first round with a header. However, the talented national player was in good hands in the physically strong defense of the Spaniards and barely developed.
Robert Lewandowski: In the first half, the pole attracted attention only because of a yellow foul, shortly after the break he hit the net with his first successful action (52). BUT: Bayern Munich’s enduring snapper against Villarreal didn’t have much to say.
Serge Gnabry (82 min to Musyala): It should bring some fresh air into the game. However, Gnabry did not succeed in this.
Alphonso Davies (87th to Hernandez): What a bitter evening for Canadians. Came in two minutes from the end, Davis canceled out Villarreal’s offside position just seconds later, then let top scorer Chukwueze dash.
Eric Maxime Choupo-Moting (90th place for Muller): He was thrown into the game as the last hope, but could no longer make a positive contribution.
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