Bayern Munich staged an epic comeback in the Champions League Round-of-16 second leg on Wednesday, scoring four unanswered goals against Juventus in an extra-time victory, 4-2, and 6-4 on aggregate.
Entering with a 2-2 score after the first leg in Turin, superstar Paul Pogba scored in the fifth minute off a mistake by left back David Alaba. Twenty-three minutes later, Juan Cuadrado put Juventus in the lead by two goals with a right-footed strike that stunned the packed crowd at Allianz Arena.
But striker Robert Lewandowski's header in the 73rd minute kept the German titans in contention. The score remained in Juve's advantage until attacking midfielder Thomas Muller's dramatic goal in the 90th sent the match into extra time.
Pep Guardiola's side received goals from substitutes Thiago Alcantara and Kingsley Coman in the 108th and 110th minute, respectively, to eliminate Juventus, a finalist in 2015.
Bayern dominated possession at 75 percent. Twelve yellow cards were issued in the match, with seven going to Juventus and five to Bayern.