Barcelona: Víctor Valdés; Dani
Alves, Piqué, Marc Bartra (Montoya 87'), Adriano; Xavi (Alexis 55'),
Alex Song, Iniesta (Thiago 65'); Pedro, Fàbregas, David Villa. 4-3-3.
Bayern: Neuer; Lahm (Rafinha 76'), Van Buyten, Boateng, Alaba; Javi Martínez (Tymoschuk 73'), Schweinsteiger (Luiz Gustavo 66'); Robben, Müller, Ribéry; Mandzukic. 4-2-3-1.
0-1. 48. Robben. Collected long ball on right of area & curled shot across Valdés.
0-2. 72. Piqué (own goal). Deflected Ribéry cross in to own net trying to clear.
0-3. 76. Müller. Got above defence to head lofted Ribéry cross in on far post.
There will be an all-German final for the first time ever after Bayern Munich beat Barcelona 0-3 in the Nou Camp to clock up a humiliating 7-0 aggregate scoreline. With Messi not fit enough to start, and Busquets, Puyol and Jordi Alba all out, the chances of overturning the 4-0 first leg defeat were more than remote. Once again though the German side looked the better of the two in the first half, and the only danger for Neuer's goal was a shot over the bar from Xavi. Messi didn't reappear for the second half either, and within three minutes it was all over, Robben picking up a long ball from midfield and cutting past Adriano before curling a shot past Valdés. Tito Vilanova gave up at that point and took off Xavi and Iniesta, and with twenty minutes to go the visitors went two up, Piqué deflecting the ball in to his own net with his knee trying to clear Ribéry's cross. Six minutes later Müller got above Bartra and Adriano on the far post to head in another Ribéry cross, and although Pedro, Bartra and Villa all tried for the late consolation, even that was beyond them against a defence which has only let in eight away goals all season. Barcelona's worst result ever in Europe, and although the domestic league title is all but tied up, their management has a lot of thinking to do this summer to try and get things back on track.