Bayern Munich will paly against the Paris Saint Germain in the UEFA champions league finals as they defeated Lyon in the tantalizing semi-finals in Lisbon on Wednesday.
According to the reports, Serge Gnabry struck a first-half brace and Robert Lewandowski also scored, taking their team to win against Lyon with 3-0.
Lyon squandered two golden opportunities to go ahead early on at the Estadio Jose Alvalade, through Memphis Depay and Karl Toko-Ekambi.
Gnabry, who scored four times in Bayern’s 7-2 annihilation of Tottenham Hotspur in the group stage, has now scored nine in nine appearances in this season’s competition.
Lewandowski’s remarkable goal, his 55th of the season, came two minutes from time.
Bayern as a team has 42 goals in 10 Champions League outings, with this more modest victory following their 8-2 trouncing of Barcelona in the quarter-finals.
“We knew this would be a hard game,” insisted coach Hansi Flick. “We needed a bit of luck to get through the opening stages before Serge made the difference.”
On Tuesday Paris St German enjoyed remarkable victory in an enticing match with 3-0 against RB Leipzig, qualifying for the first-ever UEFA Champions League Final.
Goals from Marquinhos and Di Maria put PSG 2-0 up at the interval and Juan Bernat added the third in the 56th minute for what was a comfortable victory at the Estadio da Luz against the opponents.
PSG had the lead Neymar and Di Maria lined up to take a free kick on the left just seven minutes later as the match started.
In addition to this, the match took a twist, when the German club’s Konrad Latimer threatened the opponents and burst down the right and found Yussuf Poulsen, however; the forward’s shot was just away from the net.