Bayern now in champions league final, defeats Lyon in semi final
As a matter of fact Lyon tried its best, but at the end could not stop Bayern’s wonderful football playing machine from rolling on to its first Champions League final since winning the competition in 2013.
It was two goals from Serge Gnabry, the first a bone-shaking finish from the edge of the penalty area, while the second was just an interesting tap-in, which effectively settled the game before halftime.
The hard fighting Robert Lewandowski scored his 55th goal of the season and his 15th in this season’s Champions League, through a header in the 88th minute to make it three.
Twice, Lyon came close to taking the lead before Gnabry opened the scoring. In the second half, when most would have considered its chance blown, Lyon continued to push forward, searching for the slice of good fortune that might have brought its players a lifeline.
Bayern will meet PSG who defeated RB Leipzig 3-0 at the semi final on Sunday for the final
The pace of Kylian Mbappé, the craft of Neymar and the endeavor of Ángel Di María are expected to trouble a Bayern defensive line that struggled to contain Lyon’s Karl Toko Ekambi and Memphis Depay.