Record-Breaking Night In Bavaria


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Few, if any, in the sell-out crowd of 66,000 Zuschauer filing into the Allianz Arena in the southern German state of Bavaria could have possibly known ahead of the pivotal, second leg match with visiting Swiss side FC Basel that beloved BAYERN MUNICH would go on to set a new club record for largest margin of victory in the history of the UEFA Champions League.
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BAYERN MUNICH — UEFA Champions League
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7-0 …. FC Basel (Switzerland) ………………. 03/13/2012 ….. round of 16

7-1 …. Sporting Lisbon (Portugal) ………… 03/10/2009 …. round of 16

5-0 …. Sporting Lisbon (Portugal) ………… 02/25/2009 …. round of 16

5-1 …. Paris Saint Germain (France) ……… 10/22/1997 ….. group stage
4-0 … 1.FC Kaiserslautern (Germany) …… 03/17/1999 ….. quarterfinal
5-1 …. Spartak Moscow (Russia) …………… 10/17/2001 ….. group stage
4-0 … Ajax Amsterdam (Holland) …………. 09/24/2004 … group stage
5-1 …. FC Maccabi Tel Aviv (Israel) ………. 11/23/2004 …. group stage
4-0 … SK Rapid Vienna (Austria) …………… 11/22/2005 …. group stage
4-0 … Spartak Moscow (Russia) ……………. 09/12/2006 …. group stage
4-0 … CFR Cluj (Romania) …………………….. 11/03/2010 …. group stage

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The Startelf for BAYERN MUNICH pose for the traditional team photograph just prior to the club’s record-breaking performance in the UEFA Champions League against visiting Swiss side FC Basel at the sold-out Allianz Arena.

(back row) … Holger BADSTUBER, Manuel NEUER, Toni KROOS, Mario GOMEZ, LUIZ GUSTAVO, Jerome BOATENG

(front row) … David ALABA, captain Philipp LAHM, Arjen ROBBEN, Franck RIBERY, Thomas MUELLER

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  1. Matt

    14 goals in the last two matches, pretty impressive

    • LOOSE CANNON

      When the Bavarian three-headed monster of Gomez, Ribery and Robben is in-form and firing on all cylinders is there an attack any where in all the world, FC Barcelona included, more powerful? … I say – NO