Here's full video highlights of all the action from Bayern Munich's 3-2 victory over Barcelona, which gave the La Liga leaders a 5-3 victory on aggregate:
Final thoughts: Bayern deserve credit for restoring some pride in the second half and their fight back to earn a victory on the night could do much for the mood surrounding the club and manager Pep Guardiola. But once again they were undone by their failure to stop Barcelona’s sensational front three. Bayern had plenty of hope after Mehdi Benatia put them in front early on, but twice Messi played Suarez in behind and the exceptional former Liverpool man squared for Neymar to finish. Had Barcelona been without two of their front three rather than Bayern then the tie might have been a very different story. As it was, Lionel Messi’s brilliance in Barcelona ultimately proved decisive. Bayern have to lick their wounds from a second straight Champions League semifinal defeat while Barcelona can look forward to their first final since Guardiola departed the Camp Nou.
94 mins: It’s all over! Barcelona go through to next month’s Champions League final in Berlin, beating Bayern Munich 5-3 on aggregate after Bayern won 3-2 on the night.
92 mins: Barcelona should have pulled level on the night but Neymar spurns the chance for a hat-trick by playing an errant square pass to Messi.
92 mins: Dani Alves is alert to slide in and take the ball off the toes of Gotze in the box.
90 mins: Bayern are going out but the home fans have had their voice restored by the second-half performance of their team. Three minutes of injury time to be played.
87 mins: Schweinsteiger and Muller come off for Javi Martinez and Mario Gotze.
85 mins: Lewandowski now shoots wide of the target and surely that brief opening has gone for Bayern. Three goals needed with five minutes left.
82 mins: Thiago led a dangerous Bayern attack but Bayern just couldn’t get the combination right on the edge of the box. Without the fantastic movement and energy of Suarez up front, Barcelona are really struggling to deal with Bayern’s pressing.
79 mins: Benatia has his third clear header of the night, but this one goes well over the bar. The Allianz Arena crowd is back into this now, though. They have a glimmer of hope.
Here's that Muller goal:
75 mins: In the meantime Xavi has come on for Andres Iniesta. Enrique is doubtless hoping that the veteran’s passing can restore some calm to his Barcelona side.
More on the goal: Pique stabbed the ball away from Lewandowski on the edge of the box, but only as far as Schweinsteiger who laid it off perfectly for Muller to curl past Ter Stegen into the corner of the net. Bayern still need three goals more with 15 minutes left.
74 mins: Muller with a fine strike and Bayern lead 3-2 on the night, trailing 5-3 on aggregate.
72 mins: Time for Luis Enrique to make his second change. Physically imposing defender Jeremy Mathieu is on for Ivan Rakitic. Likely that he goes into the center of defense and Mascherano pushes up into midfield. Barcelona have struggled aerially and the presence of Mathieu will help in the closing stages.
67 mins: Bayern make their first substitution, with captain Philipp Lahm replaced by Sebastian Rode.
66 mins: Definitely some complacency creeping into Barcelona’s game. Bayern are sensing there’s an opportunity to make the last 25 minutes a little more interesting.
63 mins: Another chance goes Bayern’s way. Muller this time fired wide on the turn after Barcelona again struggled to clear a free-kick.
Video of Lewandowski's goal:
More on the goal: Lewandowski has been wasteful in both legs, but he took his chance very well this time, finding the corner of the net after turning Mascherano on the edge of the box. The opportunity came after the first signs of sloppiness creeping in Barcelona’s game. Busquets conceded possession and Alonso intercepted before Thiago found Lewandowski with a crisp ball into feet.
59 mins: Lewandowski pulls a goal back for Bayern. Now 2-2 on the night, 5-2 to Barcelona on aggregate.
58 mins: Bernat again threatens for Bayern, firing wide from distance. Guardiola is still, as ever, on the edge of his technical area frantically delivering instructions to his players, but the tie is beyond them now. The Allianz Arena has gone very quiet.
53 mins: Bernat with a fine run down the left and the full-back was able to cut inside before Javier Mascherano stepped in just as he looked poised to pull the trigger.
50 mins: A brief opening for Bayern at the start of the second half. Schweinsteiger just unable to take a cross-field pass into his path in the box.
47 mins: The semifinal may be effectively decided, but a win on the night would still go some way to healing the despondent mood around the Allianz Arena.
46 mins: Pedro is on for Luis Suarez at the interval, which is a sign of just how comfortable Barcelona are now. Luis Enrique’s side lead 5-1 on aggregate and he can already begin thinking about Sunday’s trip to take on Atletico Madrid, when a win will give Barcelona the Primera Division title.
Second half about to get underway. As the teams went off for the break there was a great moment when Guardiola had a word with Messi, who just smiled back. If the Argentinean was on Pep’s side once again this semifinal might look very different right now. Barcelona’s front three, and Messi in particular, have been the difference once again today.
During the interval, catch up on all the goals from the first half with these highlights:
45 mins: After two minutes of injury time the half-time whistle goes. Bayern got the start they dreamed of when Benatia reduced their arrears, but they just couldn’t keep things tight at the back and Neymar struck twice to leave the German champions needing five more to stop Barcelona progressing. Barcelona lead 5-1 on aggregate.
45 mins: Another chance off a header for Bayern. Benatia, the scorer of the first goal, finds himself unmarked from a free-kick but this time sends his effort wide of the target. Barcelona let off the hook once again.
42 mins: After failing to get a single shot on target in the first leg, Bayern are certainly correcting that in Munich. But the home side have failed to make a number of opportunities count, while Barcelona have been ruthless.
40 mins: Incredible. Thiago’s blocked shot falls for Lewandowski right in front of goal, but the striker’s fierce effort is slowed by a hand from Ter Stegen and Barcelona’s German goalkeeper is then able to somehow get back to just stop the ball going over the line.
38 mins: That second goal has really knocked the stuffing out of Bayern and their fans, but Bastian Schweinsteiger has just forced Ter Stegen into another smart save. From Bernat’s cross, the midfielder’s header is tipped over the crossbar. Bayern have certainly had their chances.
Video of Neymar's second goal:
More on the goal: A similar story for Bayern. From a simple Messi header on, Suarez gets in behind a disheveled Bayern defense and unselfishly sends the ball across the face of goal for Neymar to chest down and fire past Neuer at his near post. Surely that’s game over now. Bayern now need five more to make the final.
29 mins: Neymar scores again! Bayern 1-2 Barcelona on the night, Barcelona lead 5-1 on aggregate.
27 mins: Close to a second goal for Bayern. Muller found Lewandowski in the box, but the Poland striker’s poked effort is well held by Ter Stegen. Not a clear chance but the kind you feel Bayern have to be taking if they're to get the four more goals they need.
26 mins: Just like in the first leg, Barcelona are really threatening with balls in behind Bayern’s high defensive line.
24 mins: After a blistering opening, the match has finally settled down a little. Bayern are being allowed to have plenty of possession, but they’re struggling to make inroads after the blow of that Neymar goal.
19 mins: Thomas Muller goes close with a looping header that requires Ter Stegen to be at full stretch to keep it out of the top corner. Bayern’s physical presence in the box causing Barcelona some problems.
Video of Neymar's goal to make it 1-1 on the night:
More on the goal: Well that’s quieted the home crowd in a hurry. Messi finds Suarez running in behind with a brilliant through ball and the Uruguayan takes out Manuel Neuer with a simple square pass to allow Neymar to tap into the unguarded net. A huge blow to Bayern’s hopes after such a positive start. The German champions now need to score four more times to go through after that away goal.
15 mins: Neymar scores! Barcelona now lead 4-2 on aggregate.
14 mins: Bayern are well versed in big second-leg victories in this Champions League victories, having beaten Porto 6-1 and Shakhtar Donestsk 7-0 at the Allianz Arena in the last two rounds.
13 mins: That goal has fired up the Allianz Arena crowd and they’re starting to believe they could witness something special. Lewandowski now goes close to getting a shot away in the box, but just can’t sort out his feet quickly enough. Barcelona showing signs of nerves.
Here's a video of the Benatia goal:
More on the goal: That’s a dream start for Bayern. Benatia was left completely free 12 yards out from Xabi Alonso's corner to squeeze a firm header past the dive of Marc-Andre ter Stegen. Bayern now trail just 3-1 on aggregate. Game very much on.
7 mins: Bayern score to go up 1-0 on the night! Mehdi Benatia heads in a corner.
6 mins: It’s another open start in this second leg. Bayern go straight down in the other end after a Barcelona corner and Gerard Pique has to fling himself in the way of a shot from Thiago Alcantara.
5 mins: Bayern close to a disaster early on. Ivan Rakitic gets in behind down the right from Dani Alves’ pass and Manuel Neuer is just able to turn the Croatian’s shot wide of the far post.
2 mins: Bayern have the first attack of note, with Philipp Lahm just unable to reach Thomas Muller’s pass down the right of the Barcelona penalty area.
2 mins: This time, Guardiola has gone with the four across the back. Rafinha at right-back, Juan Bernat at left-back.
1 min: And we’re underway!
2:44 p.m. EDT: Former teammates Pep Guardiola and Luis Enrique embrace on the sidelines. Important for Guardiola that, even if Bayern can’t get through, they put on a strong performance here.
2:42 p.m. EDT: Players know coming out of the tunnel at the Allianz Arena. Kickoff just around the corner.
2:27 p.m. EDT: One of the big questions going into the match is just how much will Bayern gamble early on. In the buildup Guardiola said the key was to be patient, but, given how many chances Bayern took early on last week and the extent of their deficit, that remains to be seen.
2:16 p.m. EST: Just under 30 minutes to go now until kickoff at the Allianz Arena. Can Bayern pull off one of the great Champions League comebacks?
1:39 p.m. EDT: Far less surprising is that Barcelona are unchanged after the first leg:
Starting XI: 13 Ter Stegen 22 Alves 3 Piqué 14 Mascherano 18 J.Alba 5 Busquets 8 Iniesta 4 Rakitic 9 Suárez 10 Messi 11 Neymar Jr #FCBlive
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1:35 p.m. EDT: So Pep Guardiola sticks to the same lineup that suffered a 3-0 defeat at the Camp Nou, meaning Mario Götze again has to make do with a place on the bench. Surely Guardiola will start with four at the back rather than the incredibly risky three he began with in Barcelona, however.
1:32 p.m. EDT: Bayern Munich are the first to release their lineup:
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Preview:Bayern Munich enter the second leg of their Champions League semifinal with Barcelona looking to pull off one of the greatest feats in the history of the competition. Not only must they keep the incredible trio of Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez and Neymar quiet at the Allianz Arena on Tuesday, but they will have to score at least three unanswered goals in order to have a chance of progressing to next month’s final in Berlin.
For 76 minutes in last week’s thrilling first match at the Camp Nou, Bayern were able, admittedly often by the skin of their teeth, to keep Barcelona at bay. But by the time the final whistle had blown Bayern were staring at a 3-0 deficit thanks in large part to the brilliance of Messi. Such margins have been overturned in the past in the competition, but never against a team of Barcelona’s remarkable quality. The harsh reality for Bayern is that the concession of just one goal in Munich will leave them needing to score five times.
For a Bayern team at its healthiest that would be a tough enough challenge. As it is, Pep Guardiola’s team are midst of an uneasy period. Cruelly, Bayern have suffered an injury crisis at the worst time, with Arjen Robben, Franck Ribery, David Alaba and Holger Badstuber all still ruled out. Without them Bayern have gone 361 minutes without scoring -- their longest run in 17 years. On Saturday they suffered their fourth consecutive defeat in all competitions.
It is far from ideal preparation for their historic task. In contrast Barcelona are flying. A 2-0 victory over Real Sociedad on Saturday followed by Real Madrid’s subsequent draw with Valencia means Barcelona have a four point advantage at the top of La Liga with just two matches remaining. On the back of Messi, Suarez and Neymar sharing 112 goals in all competitions, Barcelona are now just four victories away from winning a treble of La Liga, Champions League and Copa del Rey titles. Guardiola achieved that very feat in his first season at the Camp Nou, but the Catalan has it all to do to stop Barcelona in their tracks on Tuesday. Check back here for the confirmed lineups around 1:30 p.m. EDT, and then live score updates and video highlights from 2:45 p.m. EDT.