Bayern Munich vs. Besiktas 2018 live stream
- Author: Tabitha Byrd Feb 23, 2018,
Feb 23, 2018, 1:55
Thomas Muller toasted Bayern Munich's Champions League win over Besiktas by enjoying a freaky dance with a horse. Thomas Muller's poaching skills were evenly matched by Robert Lewandowski as both strikers netted two goals each for the Bavarian giants.
Bayern Munich's Arturo Vidal (C) shoots during the first round match of eighth-finals of 2017-18 UEFA Champions League between Bayern Munich of Germany and Besiktas Istanbul of Turkey, in Munich, Germany, on February 20, 2018.
LONDON, ENGLAND - MAY 25: Head Coach Jupp Heynckes of Bayern Muenchen is thrown into the air by his players after winning the UEFA Champions League final match against Borussia Dortmund at Wembley Stadium on May 25, 2013 in London, United Kingdom.
"They won all three of their away matches in the group stage". Bayern Munich have only lost three matches this season (all competitions) and have now won thirteen consecutive competitive matches.
The key moment of the match and two-match duel in General, occurred in the 16th minute - the former defender of Kiev "Dynamo" domagoj Vida made a professional foul on Robert Lewandowski and received a straight red card. Heynckes has proved his mettle in this competition, having won it with both Bayern and Real Madrid. He is a player that fits in well and is an important part of our system. Since then, Bayern have sky-rocketed to the top of the league and are now 19 points clear at the top of the Bundesliga table.More news: German journalist freed from Turkish jail, pending trial
But main striker Cenk Tosun, who scored four of their 11 goals in qualifying, joined Everton in January and Besiktas come into the tie on the back of being held by lowly Konyaspor last Friday.
"I have to manage that and I do what I think is right".
Bayern struggled out of the gates this season with an embarrassing 3-0 Champions League loss to Paris Saint-Germain, proving to be the final straw for Carlo Ancelotti's managerial reign.
And it turns out the German prepared for the game in peculiar fashion.
Bayern have only kept one clean sheet in their last seven home matches in all competitions, and although back-up keeper Sven Ulreich has done a decent job in the absence of the injured Manuel Neuer, he doesn't compare to Germany's captain. Sometimes, though, the rewards are nearly more of a punishment - like, say, having to face a white-hot Bayern Munich side in the Round of 16.