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Bayern easily smashes Lazio

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The lead was of course given to them by Robert Lewandowski. The Pole took advantage of a pass from Mateo Musacchio. The 30-year-old Argentine defender played his 50th European cup game and disastrously celebrated this jubilee, passing to Jose Reina, taking over the ball from Lewandowski, and celebrating his fourth goal in this Champions League edition and 72nd in this competition after a while.

Then, with a shot from a distance, Jamal Musiala showed off. The midfielder, who is less than 18 years old, scored his first-ever Champions League goal. The second line was supposed to feature David Alaba, but he was transferred back to safety by coach Hans-Dieter Flick.

Lazio played disastrously, making the challenge simpler for their rivals with their errors. Jose Reina was going through a nightmare.

The second half began as poorly as the first. After the action and a pass by Leroy Sane, Francesco Acerbi tried to prevent Alphonso Davies from scoring, and he put the ball himself into the net.

However, a minute later, Joaquin Correa burst into the penalty box, but only scored an honor goal. After an easy exit from the group, Bayern also began the knockout process in great style. Thus, the next move has been taken to defend the Champions League cup.

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