It's all over! FT: Real 1-1 Juventus. Morata's goal earns a 3-2 win on aggregate for the veteran Italian side. They face Barcelona in the 2015 CL final. Real, it seems, will end the season without one of the major trophies.
It's all over! FT: Real 1-1 Juventus. Morata's goal earns a 3-2 win on aggregate for the veteran Italian side. They face Barcelona in the 2015 CL final. Real, it seems, will end the season without one of the major trophies.
Juve have it in the corner in the Real half. Time running out.
The Old Lady can almost taste that first final since 2003...
Real pushing but Juve are holding firm.
Four minutes added.
JUVE sub: Pogba off, Pereyra on.
Pogba has a chance to seal it... Saved by Casillas. It was straight at him.
Juventus two minutes away...
James sends a ball through for Chicharito, but the the striker can't quite get there and Juve survive. They are getting closer.
A strange moment for the Bernabeu crowd. They almost wanted to applaud Morata but can't quite bring themselves to do it in unison. Some feel he should still be there,
JUVENTUS sub: Morata off, Llorente on.
Bale cuts in on his left foot but arrows a shot a yard wide of the near post.
James lines up a cross... too close to Buffon. Real appear to be running out of ideas. But when you have that attacking talent on the pitch you can never rule them out.
Real pressing.... Juventus dropping deeper and deeper.
JUVENTUS sub: Pirlo off, Andrea Barzagli on.
STAT: Juventus have been in this situation twice before and have always managed to qualify for the next round: in quarter final v Olympiakos 1998/99 & in last 16 v Borussia Dortmund this season.
STAT: 47% of the teams that have won 2-1 at home in the first leg of a knockout game in the Champions League (9/19) managed to reach the final.
Bale slips a clever pass into Chicharito in the box, but the striker can't get his cross past Buffon after some clever twisting and turning to engineer space.
PHOTO: The duo who could well be sending Juve to Berlin.
More Madrid pressure. Marcelo surges towards the left byline and goes down, but this time it was a solid challenge... From the resulting corner Bale heads over again.
Replays suggest Chicharito slipped.
Real screaming for a penalty as Evra appears to shove Chicharito as the striker attacked a left-wing cross. No spot kick given.
Ronaldo jinks to the left byline and hangs it to up to the far post for Bale. There's echoes of last year's CL final, but this time the Welshman heads it over.
Bale goes close again for Real. It's been that type of season for him.
GREAT SAVE! Casillas keeps Real Madrid alive with a brilliant stop to deny Marchisio after the Juventus midfielder had been put through by Vidal's disguised pass.
As it stands it's going to be a Juventus v Barcelona final.
Ronaldo feeds James 25 yards out. The Colombian turns and crashes in a swerving shot that flies a yard past Buffon's right-hand post. The Italian keeper barely moved.
REAL MADRID sub: Chicharito on, Benzema off.
Morata to score was written in the stars it seems!
Madrid pouring forward now. There's still plenty of time. One more would mean extra time... assuming Juve don't score again.
CLOSE! Isco, James and Marcelo combine to tee up Bale who stabs a volley wide on the stretch from six yards out.
STAT: Alvaro Morata has scored four goals in his last six Champions League games.
Well, well, well.... Is Morata coming back to haunt Madrid?
GOAL! The Italians are level. Casillas punches Pirlo's free kick clear, but Juve keep it alive. Pogba nods it back into the area and Morata is able to chest it down and drill a left-foot shot through the Real keeper. (Juve lead 3-2 on aggregate).
Pirlo over a right-wing free kick for the visitors....
STAT: Alvaro Morata has scored three goals in his last five Champions League games. He only scored one in his previous 11. He is the best Spanish goalscorer in the Champions League this season (3 goals).
A mistake at the back for Real lets Vidal in. The Chilean pokes a pass through to Morata but the Spanish striker is offside. Casillas was out quickly anyway, beating his old teammate to the ball.
Good pressure from Madrid. Benzema's cross is only half cleared, allowing Marcelo to maraud forward and send a bouncing shot a yard or so wide of target.
Claudio Marchisio lets fly from 25 yards and arrows a shot just wide of Casillas' right-hand post.
Only on Twitter: Ronaldo and a Real ballboy are the stars from the first half...
Pogba finds space on the left but a promising Juventus attack ends with the France star curving his deep cross out of play. He's been disappointing so far this evening.
Bale's clipped cross deflects towards James but he misses his kick as he attempts an acrobatic volley at goal on the spin.
Real kept Juventus waiting ahead of kick off. The Italians were out early, raring to go.
KICK OFF! Juventus restart the game knowing they need to score if they are to keep alive their hopes of making a first CL final since 2003.
HT: Ronaldo's penalty separates the sides. Real lead 1-0 on the night and it's 2-2 on aggregate. As it stands Real will progress on away goals. The El Clasico final is just 45 minutes away...
Reaction to James-Vidal coming together in the area via Twitter...
James booked for simulation after Vidal barged him in the area. Perhaps a tad harsh to be booked for that.
CLOSE! A lightning Real breaks sees Bale release Ronaldo who takes a touch before flashing an early shot into the side netting.... Los Blancos are at it again seconds later and this time Benzema forces a smart stop from Buffon at his near post after jinking into the left side of the box.
Benzema takes one touch to set himself before lashing a rising shot over the crossbar from 25 yards.
STAT: Cristiano Ronaldo has scored seven goals in his last seven Champions League games against Italian teams.
Another Pirlo corner is met by a thumping defensive header. Juventus not making the most of their set pieces.
A promising Juventus break ends in disappointment as Vidal's left-wing cross is diverted behind by Carvajal. The Old Lady had men over there...
Evra's cross is dinked towards Tevez who mis-controls with Pogba in acres of space on the penalty spot just behind him. Ramos hacks it away.
Juventus still in this despite the wave of optimism sweeping the Bernabeu. A free kick on the left in swung in by Pirlo but Real nod it to safety.
Ronaldo now leads this season's CL scoring charts with 10.
Isco booked for barging into Tevez as the Argentine looked to lead a Juve charge.
PHOTO: Clinical Cristiano.
Benzema meets a Kroos corner but Buffon leaps to his left and manages to hold on. Fine keeping.
Real break at pace... Ronaldo overlaps Benzema and jinks inside. He has the chance to shoot but opts for a cross and Juventus scramble it away. The Portuguese is furious with himself. They should have made it 2-0.
Juventus looking to respond as Morata angles a low ball across the face of goal. Carvajal has to put it behind with Vidal lurking.
REAL top scorers of all time: 1. Di Stefano... 2= Raul & Ronaldo
A delay as Evra receives treatment for a nasty knock to the head.
As it stands, Ronaldo and Messi will go head to head in the final on a record 77 CL goals apiece. The sub plots will be plentiful.
That is Ronaldo's 10th goal in semi final matches. Incredible stat and impressive nerve after he missed a penalty at the weekend.
GOAL! Ronaldo steps up and fires his spot kick down the middle. Buffon dives to his right and Real are ahead on the night. It's 2-2 on aggregate and Real have the advantage with that away goal.
PENALTY TO REAL! James goes down under a challenge from Chiellini. It was clumsy but Juve are furious. They surround the referee but he won't change his mind.
Pressure building for Real. A good couple of minutes for Ancelotti's men.
Bale smashes a left-foot drive towards the corner but Buffon is there to push it away for a corner.
CLOSE! It's almost Madrid with the opener as Benzema is allowed the freedom of the area on the left. He cuts it across but it's behind Ronaldo and Juve scramble it away. It should have been a tap-in.
Isco twists and turns on the right and tries a cheeky chip from the edge of the box that drops a few yards wide. Lovely invention.
Pirlo swings in another corner but Real get it clear at the second time of asking.
Juventus springing forward at every opportunity. No sign of them trying to hang on here. They want an away goal.
STAT: Juventus and Real Madrid have both won eight games in their encounters in the European Cup/Champions League (D1).
Vidal lets fly from distance but Casillas is equal to it and pushes it to safety.
If Juventus go through, it'll be Chiellini v Suarez again! Not to mention Evra...
Ronaldo flashes a dipping free kick towards goal that flicks off the wall and goes just over.
Free kick to the home side as Ronaldo tumbles following a clumsy challenge from Bonucci. It's 30 yards out and spells danger for the Old Lady...
More Real pressure ends with Dani Carvajal clipping a cross straight into the arms of Gianluigi Buffon.
PHOTO: Panoramic of the pre-match mosaic.
Lively start from Madrid. Both Bale and Bezema have had good openings. More than half chances.
Benzema outfoxes Leonardo Bonucci with a deft touch in the area but flashes his attempt high and wide of the near post. A bit rusty from the Frenchman after Juve had been exposed by a cross from the right.
Juventus with the first corner of the match. Pirlo works it short and Juventus get behind Real on the left. The hosts are caught out but the flag goes up as Vidal drills a dangerous low cross into the middle. Let off for Real.
It's all about the BBCs it seems...
DID YOU KNOW? Real Madrid have been knocked out in their last three European semi-final against an Italian team (v AC Milan in the European Cup 1989, v Torino in UEFA Cup 1992 and v Juventus in CL 2003).
An early chance for Real as Marcelo whips a cross to the back post for Bale who thumps a header over the bar.
KICK OFF! Real Madrid get us underway. The Bernabeu looks magnificent this evening.
Real doing everything to get the crowd back on side following some disappointing results recently. If the scenes outside the Bernabeu are anything to go by they can expect a rousing reception at the start. But if it begins to go wrong...
A warning stat for Real: Juve know how to hold a 2-1 lead...
VIDEO: Real v Juve in numbers.
On Twitter, there's hope that Bale finds his form at just the right time. Last season he did the business on the big occasions. Can he do it tonight?
Obligatory UEFA teamsheet sporting anticipated formations. Just one change for Real from the first leg, but it's significant. Benzema returns with Pepe dropping to the bench. Juventus are buoyed by the timely inclusion of their own key player, with Paul Pogba back in the midfield following a hamstring problem. Stefano Sturaro drops out.
Some of you tipping Juventus to all-but end Real Madrid's season. Worth pointing out that Los Blancos have hit back from 2-1 down in the first leg to triumph on 5 of the 8 occasions they've faced the deficit.
Massimiliano Allegri: "We have to focus and treat it as it's the most important game of the year. We have to try to secure qualification in Madrid that won't be easy for sure, but it could also take us to an unexpected final. Juventus are having a good spell from a physical point of view. The club hasn't played a game of this importance for 12 years, but I believe we now have the experience and confidence to play well at this level. On Wednesday we will need to deliver a performance that is almost perfect. I won't say perfect because that is impossible in football, but for sure we'll need our best performance to go through."
The BBC are back together for Real - will they provide the firepower to turn this tie around? Are you expecting an El Clasico final? Or are Juventus on course for a quite stunning 2015? Get involved on Twitter. Fire over your views and include some in the live blog. Tweet: @paul_hassall
Carlo Ancelotti on Gareth Bale's agent suggesting the winger's teammates do not pass to him enough: "This is a world in which a lot of people talk and sometimes they talk too much. Bale's agent spoke who has never been to one of our training sessions, who doesn't know the atmosphere we have, who spoke from outside. Bale has never had problems with his team mates and his team mates have never had problems with Bale. So too many words and it would have been better to stay quiet. We are happy with Bale's season."
Ex-Real striker Alvaro Morata kept his celebrations low key when he opened the scoring in the first leg. But will he remain so composed if his return to the Bernabeu concludes with Juve ending a long wait for a return to club football's biggest showpiece final?
STAT: Juventus have reached the final in two of their three European semi-final against Spanish teams.
The BBC are back together this evening - but there's been a lot of negative focus on Gareth Bale this season. Check out this must-read piece on why tonight could be make or break for his Real Madrid career.
LAST TIME OUT: A Carlos Tevez penalty was decisive after Cristiano Ronaldo had cancelled out ex-Real striker, Alvaro Morata's opener.
In the competition's other semi final, Barcelona booked their place at the Olympiastadion on June 6 courtesy of a 5-3 aggregate success over former boss, Pep Guardiola's Bayern Munich. Following their 3-2 reversal in Munich, Pique admitted the prospect of an El Clasico final is a mouthwatering one. The Spanish defender said: "Whoever we get we will set out to play the game. [Although] it would be very exciting to be the first to play in a Champions League final against our biggest rival. It would be something historic."
Fair to say there's a bit of a pre-match buzz in the Spanish capital!
TEAMS - REAL MADRID: Casillas; Carvajal, Varane, Sergio Ramos, Marcelo, James, Kroos, Isco, Bale, Benzema, Ronaldo... Subs: Navas, Pepe, Coentrao, Chicharito, Arbeloa, Jese, Illaramendi. /// JUVENTUS: Buffon; Lichsteiner, Bonucci, Chiellini, Evra; Pirlo, Pogba, Marchisio, Vidal; Morata, Tévez... Subs: Storari, Barzagli, Padoin, Pereyra, Sturaro, Coman, Llorente.
And some Juventus news... Paul Pogba starts as the Old Lady opt for a 4-4-2 system. One of the most sought after midfielders in world football made a scoring return after two months out with a hamstring injury during the weekend 1-1 draw with Cagliari. Full teams and substitutes to follow...
BREAKING: Benzema's back for Real. The French striker features for the first time since sustaining a knee injury against Atletico on April 14.
Good evening and welcome to LIVE text commentary of the second leg of the Champions League semi final between Real Madrid and Juventus at the Bernabeu. The Old Lady hold a 2-1 advantage from the first leg and will need to produce one of their best European displays in recent memory to secure a first final berth since 2003. Los Blancos will be confident the away goal they scored in Turin will give them the platform to secure a spot in Berlin on June 6 as they bid to become the first side to retain the trophy in the Champions League era. Barcelona await the winner... Can the Old Lady see this out and deny the world the final it's already talking about? Team news follows with live build up. Kick off 7.45pm BST.
It ends Bayern Munich 3-2 Barcelona on the night, but Luis Enrique's side progress to the final in Berlin on 6 June 5-3 on aggregate.
Three minutes of additional time, as Pedro sets up Neymar, but he tries to pass to Messi rather than score and the chance is wasted!
The Bayern supporters are loudly chanting Muller's name.
Lots of bouncing in the Bayern end. Defiant to the end, but it is a bridge too far for the home side.
Muller and Schweinsteiger are quite animated on the bench - Muller looks unhappy with Bayern's performance tonight.
Schweinsteiger is replaced by Javi Martinez, while Mario Gotze comes on for Muller.
Pedro catches Rafinha with a late challenge and that is the seventh yellow card of the night. Seems the wiping yellow cards at the quarter-final stage rule introduced by Uefa is encouraging this late nonsense.
Rode gets a yellow, then Lewandowski shoots wide from the edge of the area as Bayern desperately seek a goal.
Neymar is late on Rode, but Clattenburg waves play on.
Alonso checks Pedro and deservedly gets a yellow card. Muller then wastes an attack down the right by failing to pass to Lewandowski.
Xavi is on for Iniesta, by the way.
Apologies - we lost the connection at a very bad time there! Bayern need three goals in 11 minutes!
Messi loses the ball in midfield and Pique deflects Lewandowski's effort wide of goal. Bayern are unable to make anything of the corner.
GOAL: Bayern Munich 3-2 Barcelona. Agg 3-5. Muller sidefoots home a superb finish from Schweinsteiger's cushioned pass, and there is belief again in the Allianz Arena.
Mathieu replaces the impressive Rakitic for Barcelona.
Mascherano clears a Lewandowski ball into Muller on the edge of the box at the second attempt.
Rafinha floats in a hopeful cross from the right but Rakitic is there to head clear. Alves then concedes the foul with a niggly challenge on Schweinsteiger.
Jeremy Mathieu is coming on for Barcelona following a spell out with an Achilles injury.
A first change for Bayern, as Sebastian Rode replaces skipper Lahm in midfield.
Mascherano gives the ball away, but Busquets is back to clear up the mess on the edge of his own area following Muller's break.
Rakitic gets a yellow card for a foul on Lewandowski, but Alves is able to head clear Alonso's subsequent free-kick into the area.
CHANCE: Muller gets the loose ball on the turn following a free-kick from the left, but the Bayern Munich forward is unable to direct his effort on goal.
30 minutes for a miracle...
That was a moment of class from the Pole. Smiles and a clap from Pep Guardiola on the sideline. Just (just!) four goals needed now!
GOAL: Bayern Munich 2-2 Barcelona. Agg 2-5. Lewandowski rolls the ball from foot to foot to fool Mascherano, then curls his 24th goal of the season past ter Stegen.
Only three goals have come from outside the front three axis of Barca in the Champions League this season.
Bernat sees space open up for him down the left channel but his effort is well wide of ter Stegen's goal.
Neymar is down again as Rafinha catches the Brazilian with an elbow as the pair jump.
The home crowd are still singing, despite what must be a desperately disappointing evening. Schweinsteiger then, to sum up the night, fails to find Rafinha with a pass and the ball runs out of play.
Mascherano makes a good tackle in his own box to check a Lewandowski run.
Neymar wins the free-kick as Boateng tries to make the tackle by sticking his backside in the way of the Brazilian's run.
Suarez's substitution was not tactical, but precautionary.
Rafinha brings down Neymar, who smiles ruefully. Expect to see Bayern attempting to put the Brazilian on his bottom this half.
Muller feeds Lahm, who finds Schweinsteiger down the left channel but he is unable to control the chip and ter Stegen fields the loose ball.
Messi has gone into a more forward role in the absence of Suarez. Muller and Thiago are drifting to the flanks off Lewandowski for Bayern Munich.
I get the feeling this could be quite a low-key half. Bayern really cannot win this tie, and will be wary of a thrashing if they go for broke.
Pedro comes on for Barcelona, replacing Suarez, as Bayern prepare to kick off.
Thiago gets a yellow card for pulling down Mascherano then complaining about the free-kick to Clattenburg. That is half-time. It's Bayern Munich 1-2 Barcelona, 1-5 on aggregate.
Muller gets into the Barca box but Mascherano is able to stub the ball clear for the visitors.
Two minutes of additional time at the Allianz Arena.
CHANCE: Alonso floats in a free-kick from the left following Mascherano's foul on Lewandowski, but Benatia is unable to divert his header on goal.
Just to tell you, Rafinha has a yellow card, but Uefa wiped the records after the quarter-finals so you have to get a red card to miss the final now.
Neymar and Suarez again break quickly down the left but Bayern are able, this time, to clear.
Lewandowski was wheeling away towards the linesman to claim the goal..but a good decision from the man with the flag.
Looking at the replay, ter Stegen just (just) scrambled back in time to scoop the rolling ball back from the goalline. What a save it was.
SAVE: What a stop from ter Stegen from Lewandowski's shot to keep out the effort with a strong hand to his left, after the Pole had been set up by Thiago's run from midfield.
SAVE: Ter Stegen tips over Schweinsteiger's header on the run following Bernat's cross from the left.
The flags are being waved by the Bayern fans and the songs are still being gustily sang. But this is a big ask for the German champions.
Suarez seems to having a good first season in Spain anyway!
Rafinha keeps alive a Bayern attack on the right but a well-placed Lahm overhits the cross.
Alves is caught in possession but Pique is strong in the tackle on the right touchline to halt Muller's charge.
Messi is halted by a combination of three Bayern players, with Alonso perhaps the guilty man. This is grim for the home side now.
Guardiola will again be furious that, like last week, Benatia was beaten to a challenge in the air by Messi. Last week, Suarez missed the chance...this week, Neymar doesn't.
Benatia and Boateng are really struggling to deal with the pace and poise of Neymar, Messi and Suarez.
GOAL: Bayern Munich 1-2 Barcelona. Agg 1-5. A second of the night for Neymar, as Suarez chips the ball to the Brazilian in the box and he drives a shot past Neuer. Bad defending by Benatia in the build-up too.
SAVE: Neuer is down to keep out a Messi effort after the Argentine was set up by Neymar down the left, and got the shot away despite the attention of three Bayern defenders.
Lahm tries the counter but he is unable to pass to Lewandowski under pressure from Busquets.
SAVE: Ter Stegen is down quickly to keep out a toepoke on the run by Lewandowski following a Muller pass into the Barca area.
Suarez is unhappy at being adjudged offside running on to a Busquets pass. Rightly - the Uruguayan looked onside. That is going to be a real danger for Bayern, the pace of the front three on the shoulder of the last defender.
Rakitic is an important player for Barca - he provides the bite that allows the others the space to shine.
Alba is out quickly to intercept a Rafinha pass. Barca hold on to the ball for 30 seconds, playing some cool possession football.
The game is getting a bit more, well, bitty, after that exciting start. Bayern have plenty of the ball but Barca have set up their defence well.
Amid all the football, Twitter asks the important questions.
Suarez is fouled by Benatia in the centre circle and Barcelona have the free-kick.
SAVE: Lahm flicks the ball in towards Muller but ter Stegen makes a brilliant flying to save to claw the header out of the top corner.
That is 113 for the season for the Barcelona front three. Bayern Munich now need to score five.
GOAL: Bayern Munich 1-1 Barcelona. Agg 1-4. Neymar rolls the ball into an empty net to score for the seventh consecutive match, as Messi sets up Suarez down the right channel, and he unselfishly squares to the Brazilian.
The aerial route is definitely an option for Bayern.
Boateng sets up Schweinsteiger, but the German World Cup winner shoots over rather than feeding Bernat on the overlap.
On the break, Muller sets up Lewandowski in the area, but Mascherano holds his ground in his own six-yard box to make the tackle.
Benatia clears under pressure from Neymar, then Bernat makes a good challenge to deny Rakitic.
Dani Alves gives the free-kick away with a high challenge on Schweinsteiger. But they give the ball away with a long pass over the top to Lewandowski.
It is not as if they haven't done it before this season - as well as Porto in the quarter-final second leg, Bayern have scored four goals or more 14 times this season.
Bayern now have to show a bit of composure after their dream start.
GOAL: Bayern Munich 1-0 Barcelona. Agg 1-3. Mehdi Benatia is unmarked to head home Alonso's deep corner. Hope for the home side with Benatia's first-ever Champions League goal.
A reminder of the task facing Bayern Munich tonight.
Muller breaks down the left and sets up Thiago, but Pique at full stretch makes the block in the area. A good, quick break from the home side.
SAVE: Bayern are again leaving three on three at the back, and Rakitic gets free from Alonso down the right channel but Neuer makes the stop to his right.
Lahm, who with Bernat has an attacking licence, gets the ball in the right channel but the ball runs out of play before ter Stegen gets a touch on the ball and it is a Barcelona goal-kick.
Dani Alves fouls Xabi Alonso in midfield, and Bayern have the ball. Thiago and Alonso are sitting deep so far.
Barcelona in high-vis vest yellow kick off from left to right on referee Mark Clattenburg's whistle. Bayern are in their usual red and purple home kit.
The teams are coming out, to a big roar from the home supporters. My German is non-existent, but Henry Winter tells me that means...
Former Bayern Munich and Barcelona enforcer Mark van Bommel is here tonight. To mark the occasion, Bayern have presented him with a souvenir extension lead cable. (That might not be what it is, but it certainly looks like one).
Barcelona coach Luis Enrique does not envisage trying to defend the three-goal lead tonight in Germany. “If we have got this far with good results then we have to do the same. We won’t sit back.
“In the previous round they came back. We know that at times we will have problems. We want the game to be like the first leg.”
Guardiola still believes his side can turn round the tie despite the three-goal deficit, and will not implement a radical change of tactics similar to last week, where he initially played a back three against Messi, Neymar and Suarez.
"We have to be more aware of what our offensive duties are and, after the game, the result will speak for itself."
Only one team has ever recovered a three-goal first leg deficit in Champions League history. That happened in the 2004 quarter-finals, when Deportivo La Coruna beat AC Milan 4-0 in Galicia after losing the first leg 4-1 in the San Siro.
Of course, as well as scoring at least three goals, Bayern have to keep Messi, Neymar and Suarez out at the other end. The trio have 112 goals between them this season!
The Bayern players are out on the pitch and warming up. Pep Guardiola will need a big performance from this man, Thomas Muller, if his side are to turn things around tonight.
The German champions must pin their hopes on a change of fortunes on a par with their Champions League quarter-final against Porto. Pep Guardiola's side lost the first leg 3-1 at the Estadio do Dragao but roared back on home soil to win the second leg 6-1.
Bayern Munich failed to get a shot on target for the first time in a Champions League game for almost six years, as Barcelona dominated in a thrilling encounter in Catalonia.
Just 45 minutes to go until kick-off at the Allianz Arena. None of those half-and-half scarves on show, or selfie sticks...yet.
Just to remind you of what happened six days ago. Lionel Messi scored twice and Neymar netted deep into injury-time as Barcelona beat Bayern Munich 3-0 in the first leg at the Camp Nou on Wednesday.
BAYERN MUNICH: Neuer, Rafinha, Boateng, Benatia, Bernat, Alonso, Lahm, Thiago, Schweinsteiger, Lewandowski, Müller. Subs: Dante, Martinez, Pizarro, Gaudino, Götze, Rode, Weiser...///BARCELONA: Ter Stegen, Alves, Piqué, Mascherano, J.Alba, Busquets, Iniesta, Rakitić, Suárez, Messi, Neymar. Subs: Bravo, Bartra, Adriano, Mathieu, Xavi, Rafinha, Pedro
And, unsurprisingly, Barca coach Luis Enrique has opted for the same starting eleven that won at the Camp Nou, with the same 4-3-3 formation of Neymar, Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez up front.
The Bayern Munich team is in, and there are no changes from last Wednesday's chastening 3-0 first leg defeat at the Camp Nou. The German champions will play their usual 4-4-1-1 formation, with Thomas Muller drifting off striker Robert Lewandowski.
Hello and welcome to Eurosport's live commentary from tonight's Champions League semi-final second leg between Bayern Munich and Barcelona. This is Nick Royle (@nickaroyle) taking you through all the action from the Allianz Arena.
FT: Barca 3-0 Bayern. The Catalan giants enjoyed a late surge to sink Bayern and make it a nightmare return to the Camp Nou for Guardiola.
GOAL!!!! It's 3-0 and Barca have one foot in the final. Neymar races through and slots beyond Neuer.
But 2-0 would be a commanding lead for Barca to take to Munich.
Bayern pushing here. A goal would change the complexion of the tie.
Four minutes added.
Mascherano off, Barta on.
Barca killing time here. Another change is due.
Rafinha of Barca on for Iniesta.
Barca making another change...
Bayern looking to get what would be a huge away goal.
Suarez is played free by Neymar but he has to take the shot early and slams it wide of Neuer's near post.
In the blink of an eye, Guardiola's return is developing into a nightmare.
History maker Messi.
BARCA sub: Rakitic off, Xavi on.
GOAL! Messi at the double! The magician destroys Bayern once more, slaloming beyond Boateng and dinking a sublime finish over Neuer.
Much love for Messi on Twitter.
Bayern suddenly looking nervy at the back with stray passes galore. Can Barca grab a second?
BAYERN sub: Mueller off, Goetze on.
GOAL!!!!! Alves wins the ball deep in Bayern territory and feeds Messi who drills a low 20-yard effort beyond Neuer.
Rafinha goes into a challenge with Neymar in the area... no penalty says the referee.
Dangerous moments for Barca as Bayern probe. You wouldn't bet against them nicking it now.
Star man so far tonight... easy that one...
Meanwhile, on the touchline...
A flowing break sees Bernat tee up Thiago whose deflected shot is smothered by ter Stegen. Was that Bayern's first attempt on target?
Neymar booked for an over-reaction after not being given a free kick following a challenge from Thiago. He rushes at the official and gets what he deserves.
Barca manage to crowd out Bayern's towering attackers from the corner and earn a goal kick.
Alonso opts not to shoot and teases one to the back post that Busquets has to nod behind.
Pique crunches Lewandowski 30 yards from goal. No doubt that's a yellow card!
Is this stat under threat now? Barcelona have won eight successive CL games for the first time since 2002/03 (nine wins), scoring on average 2.5 goals/game in this run.
Big chance. Rakitic feeds Neymar on the left of the area. The Brazilian cuts back inside but crashes a shot over the crossbar.
It's 0-0 - but you can't take your eyes off it for a second.
Barca look to break free once more through Neymar... but the sweeper keeper is out to deny them! Neuer has been simply awesome.
PHOTO: Will Suarez live to regret those first-half chances?
An ominous stat for Barca.
Barca looking to respond to Bayern's improvement and step it up a gear. Messi is of course pivotal to that.
SAVE! Trademark Messi as he glides at the back four and exchanges a one-two with Neymar before rifling a left-foot drive straight at Neuer.
Bernat booked. The cautions are on the rise for the German side.
The away side are looking much stronger in this half. Lewandowski rampages down the left and tries to pick out Mueller but Barca manage to get it away.
Mueller makes a fine run in-behind but the ball into him is delayed and he is caught offside. Barca's defence got lucky there.
Rakitic has been superb so far tonight.
Bayern deal with Messi's delivery with ease and Barca are forced all the way back to ter Stegen to build again.
Iniesta tries to jink beyond Mehdi Benatia and goes down. The referee buys it and it's a free kick to Barca.
STAT: Bayern Munich have only won twice in their last seven away Champions League games (D2 L3) and are winless in their last three on the road in the competition (D1 L2).
PHOTO: Messi magic.
The corner from the left is whipped into the six-yard box but Marc-Andre ter Stegen plucks it out of the air.
Xabi Alonso steps up and drags his free kick low into the wall. Corner ball!
Bayern quick out of the traps. Lewandowski gets free on the left but is pulled back Alves as he lined up the shot just outside the area. Yellow card to Alves and a free kick in a dangerous position.
KICK OFF! Barca restart the contest.
HT: Barca 0-0 Bayern. Manuel Neuer has made some BIG saves to keep the visitors level after a bizarre starting system had Luis Enrique's men knocking on the door.
A neat break from the visitors sees Alonso free Lewandowksi. The Pole looks for a reverse pass to Mueller in the area but it lacks pace and Gerard Pique is able to recover and clear.
STAT: Barcelona have failed to score in their last 240 minutes of play against Bayern Munich in the Champions League, since Seydou Keita’s goal on 14th April 2009.
More panic in the Bayern defence but Suarez and Neymar can't quite conjure up the space in the area to get a shot at goal.
How big will Neuer's saves so far tonight be in the context of this tie? Barca could well rue this.
Ivan Rakitic shoots from range but flashes his attempt just wide.
GREAT SAVE! Neuer is at it again. This time he reacts well to deny Dani Alves after the Brazilian had latched onto a clever pass to fire an effort on goal.
Messi curls in the free kick but can't get it past the first man. Barca take the throw and the forward dances to the right byline but again his cross is diverted to safety.
Another Barca free kick. This time it's right of the area.
Neuer races out to speak to the referee. He seems irritated or concerned by something behind his goal. Meanwhile, play continues at the other end but Bayern can't create anything of note.
Messi steps up and whips in a shot that Neuer moves to his left to hold comfortably.
It gets worse for Alonso as he is booked seconds later. Barca have a free kick 25-30 yards out. Messi and Neymar over it.
Barca are swarming around Bayern every time anyone dwells on the ball. Alonso gets himself into a pickle and just about survives a scare with Messi and Suarez close by.
GOOD OMEN FOR THE GERMANS? Stat: Bayern faced Barcelona twice before in a European Cup semi-final, both times Munich advanced to win the title (1996 UEFA-Cup, 2013 Champions League).
FC Bayern have won in three of their four visits (L1) to Camp Nou in European competitions. The German team are the last to have defeated Barcelona at the Camp Nou in the CL (3-0) in May 2013.
Half an hour has whizzed by - but still no goals! We've had big chances at both ends too.
Thiago weaves in from the left and clips a lovely right-footed ball to the far post that Bastian Schweinsteiger can't reach.
STAT: FC Bayern have won in three of their four visits (L1) to Camp Nou in European competitions. The German team are the last to have defeated Barcelona at the Camp Nou in the CL (3-0) in May 2013.
Pep's pre-match view on the score sounds about right... Bet he'd take that all day long though!
The resulting corner from the left picks out Suarez who bullets a free header over the bar. He should have done better.
More concerns for Bayern as Alba marauds down the left on the overlap and fizzes a low cross into the six-yard box that Boateng has to hack behind on the stretch.
A bright counter from Barca sees Messi pick out Suarez on the left, but the Barca no.9 doesn't make the most of it and the chance goes begging.
A stat that means Lewandowski will be happy he has a mask to hide his blushes...
What a waste. Bayern dummy a central free kick 40 yards out before Alonso dinks it to the far post where there is no Bayern player in sight. He needed the later runner but didn't get it!
One for Man United fans... Re. that Lewandowski miss a few moments ago.
Mesmerising skill from Messi sees him drift down the right and into the area before curving a cross-shot just wide of the far post.
Twitter is relieved for Bayern and Pep - but why? With that system we were guaranteed goals!
Guardiola not happy with the experiment of three at the back. He's now reverted to a 4-2-3-1.
Bayern should be ahead. Mueller battles free on the right and teases a low cross towards Lewandowski who must score from eight yards, but completely misses his kick under no pressure.
Cracking photo of that moment of madness from Neuer earlier.
Some of your pre-match predictions. This one could well be a good shout.
Suarez wreaks havoc on the right of the area and cuts a low cross towards Neymar that deflects off Rafinha and behind. Close!
Looking like a matter of time until Barca score here.
Suarez is sent clear on goal and goes one-on-one with Neuer. It looks like the inevitable opener but Neuer sticks out a long leg to divert the Uruguayan's low shot away. Big save by the German stopper.
A brief stoppage allows me to bring you news via Twitter that affect Barca and their tv deal...
It's end to end. Nothing cagey about this one. Both sides looking to attack at will.
STAT: Barcelona have only won one of their eight previous matches against Bayern Munich (D2 L5) in European competitions.
Sweeper keeper Neuer gets out of jail thanks to a flag for offside after a crazy rampage off his line.
Bayern all over the place at the back as Messi and Suarez are left two on two. The former Liverpool striker engineers some space to shoot but his 25-yarder doesn't have enough pace on it to truly trouble Neuer.
Bayern's system not quite what we'd all been led to believe prior to kick off.
Lots of early possession for Barca.
Suarez chases a ball into the box but is brushed aside by Boateng. The Uruguayan wants a penalty but the referee is having none of it. It would have been a cheap one.
The first thoughts on Lewandowski's mask are already making cheeky waves on Twitter.
All eyes are still lingering on the dugouts as the game gets underway. Good to see Enrique taking the time to welcome Pep.
KICK OFF! Bayern get us up and running donning their white away kit.
Here we go then. That unmistakable CL anthem is reverberating around the Nou Camp and Pep Guardiola arrives late to try to avoid the attention. No chance of that Pep!
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Pep Guardiola: "You don't stop Messi, in this form, no. In the last few months he has been unstoppable. He is too good. Maybe you can try different tactics like getting close to him, making it difficult for him to get the ball, put three players on him but against talent of this size then you cannot defend against it. We will have to look at other ways to win the game."
Barca's front three have plundered a sensational 108 goals so far this term. Messi leads the way with 51, while Neymar has 33 and Luis Suarez 24. The Uruguayan missed the start of the season for his bite ban but has helped add a new dimension to the Catalan side's attack.
Lionel Messi has been involved in three of Barcelona’s last five goals against Bayern in the Champions League (2 goals, 1 assist). Can he torment his old boss tonight and cap a century of appearances in Europe with a match-winning display?
Bayern make their 4th straight semi-final appearance in the Champions League which sets a new club record. Only two teams made more consecutive semi-final appearances in CL-history: Barcelona (6 from 2008-2013) and Real Madrid (5 from 2011-today).
Luis Enrique: "I don't think that Pep will have many doubts about what he will face. He knows the players and he knows how I was as a player. There is only one ball, we will both want to have it, and we will see who is on top and copes best on the pitch. I believe it will be one of the most attractive games that you will be able to see in Europe."
VIDEO: Barca v Bayern in numbers.
Official UEFA teamsheet hot off the Nou Camp press complete with formations. Barca go with the 4-3-3 that has served them so well while Bayern appear to be using a flexible 4-3-2-1 turned 4-3-3 system.
No surprises in the Barca line-up as Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez and Neymar forge that formidable frontline. Bayern are missing a raft of key personnel but are buoyed by the news Robert Lewandowski will feature and could well be wearing a protective mask. The striker broke his nose and jaw during a German cup defeat to Borussia Dortmund but is fit to start. Prior to news of his selection, Lewandowski said: "It's all OK. We'll take a look and see how it is, but I'm not afraid of anything."
Lots of history and pedigree on show this evening. Four-time winners Barca are seeking their eighth final appearance while five-times champions Bayern are targeting their 11th.
It depends on your point of view... Either Dani Alves knows how to make an entrance and stand out amidst a smorgasbord of superstars, or he needs a new stylist!
Bayern include a number of players who featured in that 2013 semi final but Barca are much changed. It's not so long ago, but theres' no doubt there's a new era underway at the Nou Camp.
TWO YEARS AGO: The era of tika-taka was all-but condemned to the history books as Bayern cruised to a rampant 7-0 aggregate success over the Catalans at this stage of the competition back in 2013.
TEAMS - BARCELONA: Ter Stegen, Alves, Pique, Mascherano, Alba, Busquets, Rakatic, Iniesta, Suarez, Messi, Neymar... Subs: Bravo, Xavi, Pedro, Rafinha, Bartra, Adriano, Veramelen. /// BAYERN MUNICH: Neuer, Rafinha, Boateng, Benatia, Bernat, Alonso, Lahm, Schweinsteiger, Thiago, Muller, Lewandowski... Subs: Reina, Dante, Martinez, Pizarro, Gaudino, Götze, Weiser.
The climax of this tie will see one side take their place in the 2015 Champions League final in Berlin's Olympic Stadium. But that fact has been almost overshadowed tonight, with Guardiola's first appearance back at the Camp Nou as an opposing coach taking centre stage. The 44-year-old Catalan won 14 trophies in a remarkable four-year stint at the helm of the club he served as a player with such distinction. During that period 'his' Barcelona emerged as one of the greatest club sides of all-time and many of those stars will be hoping to make it a nightmare return for him this evening.
Good evening and welcome to LIVE text coverage of one of the most eagerly-anticipated encounters of the season so far. It's Barcelona versus Bayern Munich in the first leg of a mouthwatering Champions League semi-final showdown. The stage is set and the atmosphere around the ground is already intoxicating as some of the world's finest footballers prepare to lock horns on the surface of one of the game's great stadiums. Throw in the Pep Guardiola factor and you've got a clash that is simply unmissable. We've got all the build up and team news right here. Kick off 7.45pm BST.
F-T! Juventus 2-1 Real Madrid.
Chiellini is booked for the most cynical of sliding challenges on Ronaldo.
There will be three minutes of added time.
Javier Hernandez flashes an excellent cross into the six yard box but nobody in a black shirt if there to tap the ball in.
Varane completely misses the ball and Llorente bursts past him into the area. The Spaniard beats Casillas to the ball but is driven too wide and Real eventually clear.
Carlos Tevez, who has been excellent, is replaced by Pereyra with five minutes remaining.
James Rodriguez is booked for tripped Llorente as Juventus threatened to break away again.
Hernandez goes down just inside the Juventus penalty area with Lichtsteiner pressing from behind. Martin Atkinson saw nothing wrong with it, however.
Pirlo concedes possession to Hernandez and the Mexican drives forward menacingly before Ramos picks up possession but again slashes it straight out of play. He's not had a good game.
Juventus switched to a 3-5-2 when Barzagli came on and it seems to have put them on the backfoot again.
Alvaro Morata, impressive throughout, is replaced by his compatriot Fernando Llorente.
Real Madrid start to apply the pressure as crosses come from Bale on the right and Rodriguez on the left but Juventus hold firm.
Carvajal is booked at last for a very obvious trip from behind on Morata.
Toni Kroos, who definitely is a midfielder, has another attempt from range but it swerves a little too high and just wide of the right hand post from 25 yards.
Ramos is not a midfielder - article two. The defender sends a cross from the right way beyond the penalty area from a dangerous position.
Chiellini is down again as Ronaldo clatters into the back of him as he clears the ball to safety.
Lichtsteiner heads across the Real Madrid box menacingly but neither of the Juventus strikers are there to tap home.
Ramos lashes a pass straight out of play as he looked to go crossfield for Marcelo. A reminder that he is really not a midfielder.
The Italian international defender has a fetching bandage on his head and is able to carry on.
Chiellini is down with a cut to the head and everyone can breathe.
Vidal produces an excellent sliding block on a Kroos shot before Bale's chipped cross from the right goes over the head of Ronaldo.
Juventus make their first change, with Sturaro replaced by Andrea Barzagli.
Real go close! Ramos feeds it across from the right and Hernandez flicks it to the backpost but just beyond Ronaldo.
Isco makes way for Javier Hernandez.
Vidal goes down in the area under pressure from Carvajal but there's very little contact.
Patrice Evra gets to the left-hand byline and forces Pepe into an excellent sliding block. Juventus are back in the ascendency.
The penalty came after Tevez burst clear on the break, only to be tripped by Carvajal as he ran into space away from goal. Carvajal wasn't booked, but Vidal was for demanding a red and Marcelo was too for his protestations too.
GOAL! Juventus 2-1 Real Madrid. (Tevez pen) The Argentine striker drives the ball down straight the middle! Juventus have the lead again!
PENALTY TO JUVENTUS!
Real win a corner on the left which Kroos takes but Morata clears.
Lots of fouls so far in this half but not a great deal else.
Morata finds Tevez in a pocket of space just outside the penalty area and the Argentine looks to power through the heart of the Real Madrid defence but is blocked out by Pepe effectively.
The home fans want a booking for Carvajal after tripping Sturaro from behind on the halfway lin, but Martin Atkinson decides only to give him a warning.
Bonucci, who has already been booked, trips Ronaldo near halfway and anxiously trots away before Martin Atkinson does anything dramatic.
Marcelo almost picks out Ronaldo with an outside-of-the-boot cross from the left but it's got a little too much juice on it and goes out for a goalkick.
The Argentinian striker gets in on the action at the other end, drving towards the penalty from the right before curling a shot towards goal which Casillas holds.
Tevez starts the half with a booking, tracking back to trip Sergio Ramos.
Real get us back underway in Turin!
H-T! Juventus 1-1 Real Madrid. The first half of the half was all about Juventus, the second belonged to Real Madrid. Massimiliano Allegri's side pressed brilliantly to start with and got their goal through Real Madrid's (very young) oldboy Alvaro Morata, but they seemed to run out of steam after 20 minutes and Cristiano Ronaldo's goal has given Real the upper hand in the tie. What can Juventus do to regain control?
There will be one minute of added time.
Bale goes down holding his shin after a couple of kicks from Lichtsteiner. The Welshman is soon back on his feet, though.
Juventus take the sting out of things with an extended spell of possession before Morata concedes a freekick for a trip on Varane inside the Real penalty area. The home fans don't like that decision.
Real should be ahead! Carvajal threads it through to Isco who whips a the ball across goal from the left which Rodriguez heads against the crossbar. Marcelo is first to the rebound but his shot bounces over the bar.
Ronaldo gets his revenge as his attempted crossfield ball is blasted against Atkinson. Im sure it was accidental...
Cristiano Ronaldo is very unhappy with referee Martin Atkinson after getting pushed in the back by Lichtsteiner but not getting a freekick. He stamps his feet and flails his arms but still does not get a freekick.
Ramos tries to free Ronaldo with a smart through ball after stealing possession in midfield but it's a bit too heavy and Buffon collects.
End-to-end as both sides concede possession before Marchisio sends a low drive two yards wide of the left-hand post from distance.
Juventus need to get their mojo back somehow. They started the game so positively but are now on the backfoot.
Not a great couple of minutes for Lichtsteiner.
Juventus look a little flummoxed by that goal as Bale threatens to get in behind on the right. The visitors get a corner which Vidal clears acrobatically.
GOAL! Juventus 1-1 Real Madrid. (Cristiano Ronaldo) Juventus had a warning two minutes ago and this time Ronaldo has his goal. He owes an awful lot to Rodriguez though, as the Colombian lobs an excellent volleyed cross over for the Portuguese star from the right-hand byline and it's a simple header from two yards out.
Lichtsteiner gets a rush of blood to the head as the Real Madrid defence back-off, with the Swiss fullback slicing his shot from just inside the area well, well wide.
A warning for Juventus as Ronaldo's pace sees him sear past Chiellini into the penalty area, but his shot from the right is dragged well wide.
Three crosses from Marcelo from the left, three easy catches for Gianluigi Buffon.
As if to prove the point, Vidal storms back to pinch the ball off Ronaldo's toes.
This has been an excellent, tenacious opening from Juventus who have men behind the ball but are closing down Real Madrid at every opportunity.
It's played to James Rodriguez, who bends an arcing cross into the box which Varane heads over the bar.
The home fans groan as Marcelo wins a tame looking freekick on the left-wing after a trip from Marchisio.
Sturaro drives down the left beyond Ramos before cutting the ball back to Tevez on the edge of the area, but the Argentine's strike drags harmlessly wide.
Ramos concedes possession in midfield this time and Juventus pour foward with menace before Marcelo gets the ball out for a throw-in. Real need to sharpen up.
Isco tries from distance this time but it's weak and straight at Buffon, who calmly scoops up the ball.
Marcelo is almost caught out in the left-back position as Morata chases him down. Luckily for the Brazilian the ball drifts out for a goalkick.
It's cleared and Mr Ronaldo already looks very frustrated.
Kroos takes aim from 30 yards with a bouncing strike that Buffon has to tip behind for a corner.
Real Madrid get a corner which Buffon punches away to Isco on the edge of the area. The Spaniard tries to cut inside from the right but is forced out well.
Real Madrid tried to put a clause into Morata's contract that he could never play against them when they sold him to Juventus. They didn't get that clause.
GOAL! Juventus 1-0 Real Madrid (Morata) Morata has his goal now! Marchisio feeds the ball into the right-hand channel of the penalty area for Tevez, who cracks a low shot across goal which Casillas can only palm straight into the path of Morata. The former Real man taps the ball home and then gives a predictably muted celebration.
Alvaro Morata wrestles with Pepe for a long ball forward and manages to lob a shot goalwards, but there is not enough on it to beat Iker Casillas who comfortably claims.
Ronaldo takes the freekick but it hits the top of the Juventus wall and bounces away to safety.
It's a yellow for Bonucci after just five minutes as he trips Gareth Bale 25 yards from goal after a surging run from the Welshman.
Real Madrid, playing all in black tonight, enjoy their first extended spell of possession before Marcelo's cross is played too close to Buffon.
Stefano Sturaro forces Casillas into a smart stop with a firm low strike from 25 yards.
At the other end, Buffon easily claims an overhit ball into the Juventus penalty area.
It's panic stations for Real Madrid in the opening minute as Casillas plays a loose pass forward which is intercepted and then played back into the area for Vidal, who takes a touch and then falls over under pressure. No penalty.
We are underway in Turin!
Just five minutes to go until kick-off at the Juventus Stadium!
Real Madrid head coach Carlo Ancelotti had a brief and largely unsuccessful spell as Juventus boss between 1999 and 2001. His record against the Old Lady is not that strong, however, winning just five of his previous 23 games against them, with 12 draws and six defeats.
Overall, these two clubs have met 16 times in the European Cup – Real Madrid lead the head-to-head record by eight wins to seven, with only one draw.
French striker Karim Benzema is another player who misses out for Real with the knee injury he picked up against Atletico. His absence may not be as much of a problem as you would anticipate though, with Real winning all 10 matches that he has missed so far this season.
With Croatian playmaker Luka Modric still ruled out with a knee problem, Sergio Ramos reprises his role in midfield for Real Madrid. On-loan Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez drops to the bench despite a recent goalscoring spree, with Cristiano Ronaldo and Gareth Bale likely to play furthest forward for Carlo Ancelotti's side.
He can't play but he sure can dance.
The headline team news for the home side is that former Real Madrid star Alvaro Morata comes into the starting line-up for Spaniard Fernando Llorente. With Paul Pogba still out, Italy U21 international Stefano Sturaro starts in midfield alongside Arturo Vidal and Andrea Pirlo. It's fair to say it's the biggest game of the 22-year-old's career so far...
The Bianconeri are the underdogs for the tie and the tournament, though. You can't help but feel they need a 0-0 draw at worst tonight.
Real Madrid have now reached a European Cup semi-final for the 26th time. Of the previous 25 occasions, they have progressed to the final 13 times. It's a stat that might just hint at a Juventus win...
JUVENTUS: Buffon, Lichtsteiner, Bonucci, Chiellini, Evra, Marchisio, Pirlo, Sturaro, Vidal, Tevez, Morata. ///REAL MADRID: Casillas, Carvajal, Varane, Ramos, Marcelo, Pepe, Kroos, Isco, James, Bale, Ronaldo
Welcome to Juventus versus Real Madrid at the Juventus Stadium for the first leg of this Champions League semi-final. The Serie A title-winners host the reigning European champions hoping to build an advantage for the return in Madrid next Wednesday. Can they do it? We'll soon find out...