ROME (AP) – Jam Amal Musiala became Bayern Munich’s youngest striker in the Champions League after helping his side to a 4-1 draw in the first leg of the round on Tuesday. Remove “Lazio” with a score of 1.
The 17-year-old Musala became the second youngest player to score in the knockout stages of the tournament when he scored Bayern Munich’s second goal. Robert Lewandowski had previously pushed Bayern ahead, and Leroy Sane gained strong control over the reigning champions at the end of the first half.
At the start of the second half, Francesco Akerbi scored an own goal as Lazio’s first appearance in the knockout stages of the Champions League in 20 years got worse. Joaquin Correa delivered a consolation blow to the Italian side, which was heavy defensively.
The return match is on March 17 in Munich.
“Bavaria” flew to Rome without a few players due to a coronavirus injury. The list included Thomas Mueller, Douglas Costa, Benjamin Pavard, Serge Gnabrin and Corentin Tolisso.
For the first time since 2000-01, Lazio played in the knockout stages, and its return began with a nightmare, as in the ninth minute, Matteo Musacchio’s terrible response was perceived by Lewandowski, who passed it on an empty net.
Musilla was given an unexpected start, he doubled Bayern’s lead for the 24th time as the England youth player was left without a back-kick in the left corner after Leon Goretska hit a pass from Alfonso Davis from the left.
The game was over, but only three minutes into the half. Lazio goalkeeper Pepe Reina did well in the attempt of Kingsley Coman, who made a strong shot from the French striker, but Sane responded.
And two minutes after the break, Lazio gave another goal to Bayern, when Akerbin Sane’s cross turned into his goal.
The only consolation for Lazio was Correa’s 49th goal. The midfielder of the Argentine national team had a brilliant fight, as he defeated four players of “Bavaria” before hitting Manuel Neuer.
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