Two goals from Neymar were enough to send Barcelona to Berlin for an appearance in the UEFA Champions League final for the first time since 2011 even though they lost 3-2 to Bayern Munich on the night.
Bayern Munich took the initiative and scored first in the 7th minute as Benatia was allowed a free header, nodding into the corner to give the Bravarians the lead. Neymar then equalized and made it 4-1 on the tie as he was played in by Suarez who beat the Bayern offside trap to run into the box. Barcelona then had a foothold on the game before Neymar made it 2-1 as Suarez again broke the offside trap, ran into the box and squared the ball into Neymar who controlled the ball then Beat Neuer at his near post. Bayern produced a spirited display in the second half and Lewandowski who was denied a goal in the first half after Ter Stegen stopped the ball from totally crossing the line as it creaped in, finally got one in the 59th minute, curling one into the far post after beating Mascherano on the edge of the area. 15 minutes later, Muller made it 3-2 on the night as he finished a team move brilliantly by curling the ball into the corner again.
Bayern Munich put up a good fight but Barcelona were the better team over the two legs and become the first to book a place in the Berlin for the final of the UEFA champions league awaiting the winner of tomorrow’s clash between Juventus and Real Madrid.