After such a performance of Salzburg in the first leg, who would have thought that they would not be able to put up any resistance in the return leg. But football is a game of uncertainty. They drew 1-1 with Bayern Munich at home in the first leg. But on the return leg, he flew away with a big margin of 7-1 goals.
Bayern Munich beat Salzburg 6-1 at home in the last 16 of the Champions League on Tuesday (March 6) at midnight Bangladesh time. The goal difference between the two legs was 6-2. With this victory, the German giants secured a place in the last eight or quarter finals.
Polish striker Robert Lewandowski scored a hat-trick in just 23 minutes of the match. German forward Thomas Mারller scored a pair of goals. Leroy Sane and Serge Nabri scored the remaining two goals for Bayern. Moritz Kierberg scored the only consolation goal for Salzburg.
Bayern started attacking from the beginning of the day. They got two penalties in the 12th and 21st minutes and Lewandowski scored in both of them. Two minutes later, Lewandowski completed the hat-trick with a goal from Mueller’s pass.
In the 31st minute, Serge Nabri completed the number of goals in the net of Salzburg. The German winger had no problem scoring from Kingsley Koman’s pass. Thomas Mueller scored a pair of goals in the 54th and 63rd minutes of the second half. In the 75th minute, Leroy Sane put the last nail in the net of Salzburg. Moritz Kierberg scored the first goal for Salzburg in the 60th minute.