Juventus: Buffon - Bonucci, Barzagli, Chiellini - Padoin (Isla 69'), Pogba, Pirlo, Marchisio (Giaccherini 78'), Asamoah - Vucinic, Quagliarella (Matri 66')
Bayern: Neuer - Lahm, van Buyten (Boateng 35'), Dante, Alaba - Martinez, Schweinsteiger - Robben, Müller, Ribery (Gustavo 80') - Mandzukic (Pizarro 83')
LIVE coverage:FULL-TIME: That brings an end to our live coverage of this evening's Champions League quarter-final second leg between FC Bayern Munich and Juventus. In the end it was a composed and professional performance the Bavarians, who didn’t let their Italian hosts early pressure throw them off their game. Passes may have gone astray, but over two legs the record titleholders fully deserved to reach the final four of Europe’s premier club competition. Thanks for joining us and stay tuned on bundesliga.com for a full match report and all the best pictures, as well as all the reaction and analysis to tonight's game...
FULL-TIME - bundesliga.com Reporter at the Juventus Stadium:Bayern go into the semi-finals on the back of a superb two-legged outing against Juventus. It’s also fair to say that the record titleholders might have come under more threat against a more clinical Juve side. The Bavarians let the Italians steal the ball off their toes far too often, but after they took the lead they were back to their dominant best.
FULL-TIME - bundesliga.com Reporter at the Juventus Stadium: A disciplined and organised FC Bayern Munich join Borussia Dortmund in the last four of the Champions League with a hard-fought 1-0 win over Juventus in Turin completing a 3-0 aggregate victory, a win which rarely looked in any doubt. The hosts put up a better fight on home soil, but were out of the game as soon as Mario Mandzukic struck the valuable away goal. Friday's draw really is looking tasty from a Bundesliga perspective.
90+1'GOAL!Bayern utilise the space afforded to them by Juventus's weary backline line as Claudio Pizarro collects the through ball from Bastian Schweinsteiger to slot home into the bottom corner.
90' Two minutes added on...
88'Juventus have given up on chasing the ball with Bayern stroking the ball around at ease. Arjen Robben carves out another chance to test Gianluigi Buffon, but once again fails to get the better of the veteran Italian.
83’ bundesliga.com Reporter at the Juventus Stadium:Bayern are no playing like the gods of the gladiatorial arena. Juventus are psychologically and physically spent.
81'Thomas Müller fires just wide of the far post from the edge of the area.
80’ bundesliga.com Reporter at the Juventus Stadium: In spite of the goal, the Bayern fans have turned a little pale. That's because many have taken their shirts off.
78'Bayern have taken the sting out the game with the opening goal and are now probing to carve out more goalscoring opportunites, whilst resting comfortably on a three-goal aggregate lead.
73’ bundesliga.com Reporter at the Juventus Stadium: The fans have been superb tonight. The Juventus supporters are now celebrating their side for what they’ve achieved thus far, but it’s noticeable that the tifosi have come to terms with being knocked out of the Champions League. Juve’s attacking unit were simply to harmless tonight.
68’ bundesliga.com Reporter at the Juventus Stadium: The stadium falls silent - that goal from Mario Mandzukic means Juventus now need to score four to go through. It's a shot through the heart of the home fans, who are visibly shocked. Bayern now just need to make sure they don’t pick up any unnecessary yellow cards. Mandzukic will already be missing in the first-leg of the semi-finals, but Friday's draw is beginning to look interesting for the Bundesliga.
64'GOAL!Bastian Schweinsteiger whips in a delightful free-kick and after Gianluigi Buffon reacts well to deny Javi Martinez, it's Mario Mandzukic who's on hand to head home from close range. Juventus now need to score four goals tonight to progress...
63’ bundesliga.com Reporter at the Juventus Stadium: Have Juventus used up all their gun powder? Bayern are taking the game by the scruff of the neck right now. There’s not a lot going the hosts way in the final third anymore.
59'Jerome Boateng almost gets himself into a world of trouble by miscontrolling inside his own area, but Bayern burst down the other end and go within a lick of paint of breaking the deadlock. Franck Ribery leads the counter and when the ball falls kindly to Arjen Robben the winger curls a sumptuous effort onto the post.
55'David Alaba fires into the stands from another half-cleared corner, while at the other end Manuel Neuer produces another world-class save to deny Fabio Quagliarella. It wouldn't have counted because the Juventus striker was offside, but Bayern's No1 wasn't to know that.
52’ bundesliga.com Reporter at the Juventus Stadium: No change after the break. Bayern are still letting themselves be beaten in the challenges. They’ve got to get themselves out of this funk. Juventus are getting closer to an opener with every shot they have.
48'Mirko Vucinic is brought down on the edge of the area, but Manuel Neuer does well to react to Andrea Pirlo's deflected free-kick. Fabio Quagliarella then pulls the trigger from range, yet misses the target by a matter of inches, Neuer might not have been able to do much about that one had it gone the right side of the post.
SECOND-HALF: We’re back underway at the Juventus Stadium with Bayern clinging on to a two-goal aggregate lead against Juventus as they look to book their place in the semi-finals of the Champions League. These second 45 minutes should be just as intense as the first!
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HALF-TIME - bundesliga.com Reporter at the Juventus Stadium: So far so good for Bayern, who have had a few scares, but generally look quite comfortable. Certainly it's a different Juventus to the first leg, but Manuel Neuer has only had as much work to do as Gianluigi Buffon. We’re seeing the real ‘Juve’ today. They’re snappier, more confident on the ball with the will to win, but are still without a clear cut chance. Bayern are showing them a little too much respect and aren’t managing to use the space 'Juve's' three-man backline is affording them like they did in the first-leg. However, we’re just 45 minutes away from two Bundesliga clubs being in the semi-finals of the Champions League.
43'Bayern are enjoying an increasing amount of possession, but as Arjen Robben once again blazes over after cutting inside, it's fair to say the visitors will be far the happier going in level at the break.
40'Juventus clear a corner to the edge of the area where David Alaba, who scored the opening goal in the first leg, is ready and waiting to sting the palms of Gianluigi Buffon with a fierce drive.
38’ bundesliga.com Reporter at the Juventus Stadium: It’s still very much the same story in Turin. Juventus are the far more aggressive side right now. Bayern are losing a lot of the deciding 50/50 challenges, but it’s still alright for them. For now...
36'Jerome Boateng finally replaces Daniel van Buyten, who still seems to be labouring under the effects Mirko Vucinic's hand catching him in the face earlier in the match.
33'Juventus are certainly accepting the role of being the more adventurous side at present. Bayern are looking nervous at times, but ultimately seem to have everything under control and are combining well in the final third when they're able to alleviate the pressure. A lovely move sees Mario Mandzukic chest the ball down for Thomas Müller, but the German international's volley flashes wide of the post.
30’ bundesliga.com Reporter at the Juventus Stadium:Jerome Boateng getting ready to come on for Bayern - their bench have asked Daniel van Buyten if he feels he can carry on. It looks like a reluctant 'no' from the Belgian. Bastian Schweinsteiger is not in this game, he’s already misplaced five passes. That’s not the ‘Schweini’ that we know.
28’ bundesliga.com Reporter at the Juventus Stadium: After 23 minutes and 16 seconds, Jupp Heynckes emerges from the dugout for the first time in the game to remonstrate with his players on the sidelines. Antonion Conte has been there since the start of the game.
25'Philipp Lahm concedes a free-kick right on the edge of the area. Andrea Pirlo steps up, but is denied by a superb reaction save from Manuel Neuer.
23’ bundesliga.com Reporter at the Juventus Stadium:Daniel van Buyten hasn’t recovered from an early knock and Jerome Boateng has been sent to warm-up by head coach Jupp Heynckes.
22'Arjen Robben and Franck Ribery are doubling up on the right flank, where Bayern have had a lot of joy so far. The Dutchman strikes a hope effort cutting in off the flank that flies well off-target.
18’ bundesliga.com Reporter at the Juventus Stadium: “Bayern! Bayern!” rings out from the away stand as Leonardo Bonucci becomes the second name in the referee's book. After quarter of an hour it’s clear to me that the Italians are highly motivated. From a Bayern perspective they’re missing that last bit of bite in their challenges for me, but they’re gradually getting better.
16'Daniel van Buyten heads wide at the far post from Arjen Robben's free-kick. Bayern are starting to create more pressure.
14’ bundesliga.com Reporter at the Juventus Stadium: A booking which means Mario Mandzukic would miss the first leg of the semi-final should Bayern qualify. Bayern are playing a patient game, allowing Juventus to attack them, but leaving Arjen Robben, Franck Ribery and Thomas Müller in advanced positions throughout. The whole stadium is bouncing now. This arena is stunning. Fortunately for Bayern it only holds 41,000 and not 60,000!
10'Bayern are trying to take the tempo out of the game in the opening exchanges, but Juventus are having none of it. The hosts aren't affording the Bavarians any time on the ball and under pressure, Bastian Schweinsteiger and Co. are regularly misplacing their passes. However, having just been booked Mario Mandzukic squanders Bayern’s first chance of the game as he fails to connect properly with Franck Ribery’s drilled cross at the front post.
8'Bayern will be without Mario Mandzukic in the first-leg of the semi-finals after the Croatian is harshly penalised for a challenge on Girogio Chiellini.
5’ bundesliga.com Reporter at the Juventus Stadium: There was an incredible choreo from the Juventus fans before the match which gave me goosebumps. Bayern are pressing the Juve defenders early, but a roar goes up when Juve cross the halfway line. Dante finds Franck Ribery, who is greeted with a lot of whistles. The foul on Arturo Vidal in the first-leg has not been forgotten. It’s going to be a heated match for Franck!
1’ bundesliga.com Reporter at the Juventus Stadium: The pocket of red in the corner of a black and white stadium is now warming up and making their voices heard as we kick-off...
KICK-OFF: And we're under way at the Juventus Stadium. Can FC Bayern Munich capitalise on a 2-0 first-leg win to join Borussia Dortmund in the UEFA Champions League semi-finals against Juventus? It would be the third time in four seasons that the record titleholders have reached the final four at Europe’s top table and we’ll be providing you with all the latest stats and offering plenty of interesting reading material throughout the 90, 120 or even more minutes so stay tuned...
Kick-off - 2 mins bundesliga.com Reporter at the Juventus Stadium: A chorus of whistles drowns out the reading of the Bayern Munich teams, the anticipation is rising and the Juventus fans want to play their part in making it hard for the newly-crowned Bundesliga champions. A banner from the Juventus fans says: "Never give up because when you think everything is over, it's the moment when everything is about to begin."
Kick-off - 5 mins bundesliga.com Reporter at the Juventus Stadium: The atmosphere inside the stadium is electric right now. The tifosi are cooking up a storm. This is a real cauldron in terms of retaining the atmosphere, it’s incredible! Bayern are so full of self-confidence. They saw what can happen against Arsenal FC is they become complacent. That won’t happen again. Bayern definitely won’t lose tonight - so I'm backing either a win or a draw.
Kick-off - 15 mins:Juventus have never lost to German opposition in the quarter finals of the UEFA Champions League and are unbeaten on home soil since losing to Bayern 4-1 in Turin during the group stages of the 2009/10 campaign. Mario Gomez scored in that victory, but has had to settle for a place on the bench tonight for the Bavarians, whose record in Italy doesn’t make for pleasant viewing considering they won five, drawn 3, lost nine (including the 2010 UEFA Champions League final loss to FC Internazionale Milano).
Kick-off - 25 mins bundesliga.com Reporter at the Juventus Stadium: The Bayern section is already heaving inside the Juventus Stadium with the visiting supporters currently making the most noise. Juventus line up with Paul Pogba replacing the suspended Arturo Vidal and Simone Padoin out wide on the right. The suspension of full-back Stephan Lichtsteiner has prompted coach Antonio Conte to play a more attacking 3-5-2 formation. Juventus' players emerge to the tones of AC/DC's Thunderstruck as the stadium rises to salute them. Bayern are warming up in front of their fans, with Arjen Robben particularly keen to show what he can do as he emerged, playing keepy-uppys with the ball for his first few minutes on the field.
Kick-off - 30 mins: Meanwhile, Juventus head coach Antonio Conte hasn’t given up hope of his side pulling off an almighty upset in Turin. “I've got the right feeling, but one which is nonetheless accompanied by the fact we're up against a very strong side who showed all their strength in the first leg. We’ve got the desire and the serenity to tackle this match, but we also want to play a different game from the first leg,” said Conte, who went on the lend his thoughts on Bayern’s potential to win the tournament. “The first leg confirmed what we knew – that they are a very strong team with great technical quality and a team who play very strong football. They are certainly one of the favourites to win the Champions League. I repeat that Bayern are a side who have worked over recent years to be where they are today.”
Kick-off - 35 mins: One man who is well aware of what it takes to win the UEFA Champions League is former Bayern left-back Bixente Lizarazu, who earlier this week spoke exclusively to bundesliga.com about the upcoming second-leg and the record titleholders title prospects. “Bayern won't be taking the game lightly following their second-leg defeat to Arsenal in the previous round. They won't be underestimating their opponents again,” explained the 2001 Champions League winner. (Click here to read the full interview.) Ex-Juventus and current FC Augsburg keeper Alexander Manninger also weighed in with his opinion. “The question will be how Juve find their way into the game. If they can take the lead in the first half, then it’s going to be a tough battle for Bayern in Turin,” stated the 35-year-old. (Click here to read the full interview.)
Kick-off - 40 mins: Talking in his pre-match press conference, Bayern head coach Jupp Heynckes was adamant that his side weren’t go to make whole-sale changes to their strategy in the second leg. “We'll approach the game as we did last Tuesday's, so of course we're going to try to win,” explained the 67-year-old, who made it clear his side weren’t about to underestimate their opponents. “Juventus have shown in the Champions League and Serie A that they are an absolutely top team. They are going to try to make the impossible possible. We'll keep faith with our system and play the way we've always played this season. Of course we want to prevent Juventus from getting their game going.”
Kick-off - 50 mins: The line-ups are in! There are no surprises in head coach Jupp Heynckes’ squad selection as Javi Martinez, steps into central midfield alongside Bastian Schweinsteiger, in place of Luiz Gustavo who drops to the bench. Elsewhere, after an impressive performance in the first-leg win Dutch international Arjen Robben is handed a start with Toni Kroos out injured.
Kick-off - 60 mins:FC Bayern go into tonight’s clash confident of joining Borussia Dortmund in the semi-finals following last week’s dominant first-leg victory. Crucially, Jupp Heynckes’ men struck early through David Alaba - something they’ll be out to replicate on Turin turf tonight. An away goal would certainly go a long way to easing any nerves that may be lingering amongst the record titleholders squad following their second leg defeat against Arsenal FC in the Round of 16.
Kick-off - 70 mins:Juventus will be without the suspended duo of Stephan Lichtsteiner and Arturo Vidal, but FC Bayern Munich boss is expected to name almost the exact same side that won 2-0 on home soil against the Italian record titleholders. Two exceptions to that rule will be Javi Martinez, who will replace Luiz Gustavo in the starting line-up after completing his one-game ban in the home tie. Meanwhile, Arjen Robben is ready to step in for the injured Toni Kroos after the midfielder tore a groin muscle in Munich last Tuesday.
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Kick-off - 100 mins: Hello and welcome to bundesliga.com's LIVE coverage of tonight's UEFA Champions League quarter final second leg between Juventus and FC Bayern Munich at the Juventus Stadium. We'll be bringing you all the live, text action you could shake a stick at, including informative tidbits from our in-stadium reporter, during what promises to be a captivating encounter between two of Europe's true heavyweights as they vie for a last-four berth in football's elite club competition.