Bayern Munich captain KLAUS AUGENTHALER (5), the 29-year-old sweeper who ultimately earned 27 caps and appeared at two FIFA World Cup final tournaments for West Germany, and visiting Real Madrid skipper SANTILLANA, the 34-year-old veteran striker already with 56 caps and 16 goals for Spain under his belt, exchange team banners prior to the start of the stormy UEFA European Cup of Champions semifinal first leg match contested before 75,000 spectators at the Olympiastadion in Bavaria on April 8, 1987.
Bayern Munich midfielder HANS DORFNER, the 21-year-old who managed one goal in 22 appearances in all competitions for the reigning Bundesliga champions his first season after transferring from Bavarian rival 1.FC Nuremberg in the summer of 1986, has an attempt at the Real Madrid net during the noteworthy 1987 European Cup semifinal first leg at the Olympiastadion.
European Cup of Champions
semifinal, 1st leg
BAYERN MUNICH : Pfaff; Augenthaler, Nachtweih, Eder, Pfluegler, Brehme, Matthaeus, Dorfner, Wohlfarth, Hoeness, Rummenigge (Lunde 69′)
REAL MADRID : Buyo; Sanchis, Mino, Camacho, Chendo, Gordillo, Gallego, Michel, Juanito, Santillana (Solana 74′), Butragueno (Pardeza 90′)
Goals — Augenthaler 11′, Matthaeus pen 30′, Wohlfarth 36′, Butragueno 45′, Matthaeus pen 52′
Red Cards — Juanito 38′, Mino 72′
With Real Madrid’s Spain international goalkeeper FRANCISCO “Paco” BUYO (left) looking on by the seat of his pants, Bayern Munich striker ROLAND WOHLFARTH (right), the 24-year-old who finished second overall on the Bavarian squad with 18 goals in all competitions during the 86/87 campaign, celebrates a third unanswered goal for the hosts in the 36th minute of the memorable UEFA European Cup of Champions semifinal first leg match contested at the Olympiastadion in early April of 1987.