Bayern: Butt; Lell, Demichelis, Lucio, Lahm; Van
Bommel; Sosa (Altintop 78'), Ottl, Zé Roberto (Borowski 78'),
Ribéry; Toni. 4-1-4-1.
Barcelona: Víctor Valdés; Daniel Alves, Piqué, Puyol, Abidal; Xavi, Touré Yaya, Keita; Messi, Eto'o, Iniesta (Hleb 78'). 4-3-3.
1-0. 47. Ribéry. Picked up Zé Roberto pass and beat Valdés with angled shot.
1-1. 73. Keita. Fired long shot in to net after Xavi laid ball back in to his path.
Barcelona will meet Chelsea in the semi-final of the Champions League after drawing 1-1 at Bayern Munich. The four goal victory in the first leg had virtually wrapped things up, but the German side were looking to restore their pride at least, and Toni and Ribéry both went close early on.
Dani Alves fired a first chance for Barça over the top on the half hour mark, and Demichelis did well to tackle Messi as he advanced on goal. Toni almost scored from Van Bommel's pass shortly before half time though, and two minutes after the restart Ribéry gave the local fans a slight hope when he ran on to Zé Roberto's pass to beat Víctor Valdés.
After that though Guardiola's side took the initiative, Lucio having to clear a couple of times from Messi and Eto'o, and Iniesta having a penalty appeal turned down. Toni thought he should have had a penalty at the other end as well, but soon afterwards Keita ended any chance of a comeback with a shot through a crowded goalmouth after Xavi laid the ball in to his path.
Klinsmann's side didn't give up totally, Valdés having to be on his toes to keep out Ribéry and Lahm, and Borowski having a goal ruled out for offside. But Barça were through to face up to the English "armada", with Chelsea the first on the horizon in a fortnight's time.