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Numerical superiority: Barcelona compensates for the first leg defeat and qualifies for the Champions League final

Numerical superiority: Barcelona compensates for the first leg defeat and qualifies for the Champions League final

FC Barcelona have done it again – for the fourth time in a row, the Catalan club has reached the Champions League final. At Chelsea, Bayern narrowly overcame defeat in the first leg and benefited from Buchanan's sending off in the second half.

In the Champions League final for the fourth time in a row: Barcelona.
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With the first leg at 0-1, the Champions League winners went to a sold-out Stamford Bridge, where the two teams initially felt each other out before the game really picked up speed from the 20th minute.

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First, Hansen tested Chelsea goalkeeper Hampton with a direct shot (23rd), and shortly afterwards Bunmati made up the first-leg deficit. After a powerful triangle pass, the world player shot the ball from the right half of the goal, and it reached the lower left corner after Buchanan blocked the shot (25).

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Then Chelsea gathered its strength and had several opportunities to equalize. FC Bayern had the best chance as they failed to hit the empty net in the 32nd minute. Because her compatriot Nosken also behaved inaccurately a few minutes later (39th), Bayern saved a narrow lead at the break.

After the break, Chelsea continued to equalize 1-1, but this time Noskin failed to hit the right post (58). A few seconds later, Blues defender Noskin was sent off after receiving two yellow cards in five minutes (59).

Barcelona took advantage of its advantage, but was unable to score the decisive goal in the match. But as Lawrence conceded a penalty against Bonmati (73rd), Rulfo turned the ball over from eleven meters out to take the decision (75th), which the outnumbered Blues had nothing to counter. Barcelona has qualified for the Champions League final for the fourth time in a row, which will be held in Bilbao on May 25. The rivals will be either Olympique Lyonnais or Paris Saint-Germain.

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