After recording comprehensive first-leg semi-final wins on home
Bayern coach Jupp Heynckes made ten changes to the side that beat Barca
Barca coach Tito Villanova also rang the changes, calling on Eric Abidal, Alexandre Song,
Like Heynckes, Dortmund coach Jürgen Klopp overhauled his choice XI, with
Jose Mourinho favourites Sergio Ramos, Raphael Varane, Fabio Coentrao, Xabi Alonso, Mesut Özil,
Mario Mandzukic returned to lead the Bayern line against Freiburg,
Claudio Pizarro (r.) likewise had little effect on the contest, slotting in off the shouder of Bayern's leading scorer
Swiss winger Xherdan Shaqiri (l.) was arguably Bayern's standout performer, running rings round the visiting back line...
...and whipping in a devilish free kick for Emre Can to glance home in the 35th minute as Bayern
Cesc Fabregas and Co., meanwhile, didn't panic after falling behind to Javi Martinez' old club in the Basque capital
Lionel Messi entered the fray after the break and needed just eight minutes to put Barca back on level terms
Alexis Sanchez fired the Catalans in front, but a 78th-minute leveller left
A much-changed Dortmund side that included Jonas Hofmann (l.) had plenty about their game at Fortuna's ESPRIT Arena
Felipe Santana (r.) joined Hummels, Kevin Großkreutz and Oliver Kirch in a new-look back four...
On loan from Real Madrid, Nuri Sahin opened the scoring with a
Substitute Jakub Blaszczykowski (c.) made it two and, despite Adam Bodzek pulling one back for the hosts, the Yellow-Blacks held on
Following the disappointment of his side's first-leg performance at the Signal-Iduna Park, Jose
Mourinho's men were staring another defeat in the face when Falcao (l.) fired the home side into a fourth-minute lead...
... but after an own goal from Juanfran levelled proceedings, Angel
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