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  • Fiorentina 3-2 Bayern Munchen: Jovetic double, Robben great-strike

    Bayern Munich steps to ensure the quarterfinals round of the Champions League despite the 2-3 by Fiorentina bent on the second leg at the Artemio Franchi. Bayern away goals rule thanks to the away games, through two goals from Dutch origin players in the Fiorentina home.

    With the results in the Artemio Franchi, Tuesday (09/3/2010), the aggregate between the two teams to be 4-4. However, because Bayern making two goals away at home to Fiorentina.

    For Fiorentina, capital one away goal in the 1-2 defeat of Bayern recorded at the headquarters on the first leg becomes meaningless even in this second leg of their remarkable show and managed to provide fierce resistance to Bayern.

    In this second leg, Juan Vargas make excellent Fiorentina ahead in minute 27. Score again increased to the host after making Stevan Jovetic goal in the 54th minute.

    Mark Van Bommel Bayern managed to decimate missed a desperate escape and was born again in minute 60. Jovetic could make Fiorentina cheered again on 64 minutes although Arjen Robben finally ensure the ticket Bayern minute later with cracking goal.

    Match path

    Fiorentina obtained first opportunity in six minutes. From a free kick 36 yards away toward the goal, Juan Vargas off direct kick that ended in the Bayern goal nets.

    Ricarlo Montolivo gave the ball to Felipe in the left wing in an attack plan on 15 minutes. Vargas then went on to cross even though Hans-Joerg Butt anticipate brisk.

    Bastian Schweinsteiger fight certainly absent in the first round of quarterfinals if Bayern escaped after his actions cast a hand to the face Stefan Jovetic rewarded on 23 minutes a yellow card.

    Artemio Franchi broke out in minute 27. Marco Marchionni kick from midfield imperfect driven Butt could only ward off the ball. Vargas swiftly kick chase and release into the Bayern goal to make the score 1-0.

    With this score, both teams to aggregate after a 2-2 Bayern win 2-1 in the first fight. But Fiorentina superior because it has made a goal away in the first meeting.

    Arjen Robben away a golden opportunity on 34 minutes. Schweinsteiger header fell to Robben in front of the volleyball despite continued with Sebastian Frey dismissed the ball brilliantly.

    Five minutes into the second half, Fiorentina almost double the advantage. From the right wing, the ball along the ground bait Cristiano Zanetti could not driven two Bayern defenders and can be controlled by Gilardino. Although seen less ready, Crazy successfully kicked the ball and struggled with his feet Butt arrested.

    At minute 53, Fiorentina actually make the score was 2-0. From the right wing, the ball led to Gilardino who cleverly turned the ball into the back with one touch. Jovetic the ball forward quickly into the goal.

    Bayern live again with Mark Van Bommel scored in the 60th minute. Inadvertence line Fiorentina paid back after Van Bommel shot from outside the penalty box could not hold Frey. Score was now 2-1 at the Artemio Franchi and returned just as strong aggregate 3-3.

    Jovetic! Jovetic penetration of the left wing Bayern defense had stopped the ball despite soaring toward reversing Gilardino to Jovetic. Menceploskan Jovetic calmly passed the ball under the feet of Butt at minute 64.

    Did not take long for the Bayern match score. Less than a minute, hard kick from Robben Netherlands as well as Van Bommel had lowered Butt. Score was now 3-2 and 4-4 to Fiorentina in the aggregate by Bayern benefit because away goals rule.


    Fiorentina: 1-Sebastien Frey; 29-Lorenzo De Silvestri, 14-Cesare Natali, 2-Per Krøldrup, 16-Felipe (Manuel Pasqual '79); 18-Riccardo Montolivo, 15-Cristiano Zanetti; 32-Marco Marchionni, 8 -- Stevan Jovetić, 6-Juan Vargas (Keirrison '82); 11-Alberto Gilardino.

    Bayern Munich: 22-Hans-Joerg Butt; 21-Philipp Lahm, 5-Daniel van Buyten, 28-Holger Badstuber, 27-David Alaba; 10-Arjen Robben, 17-Mark van Bommel, 31-Bastian Schweinsteiger, 7-Franck Ribery (Danijel Pranjic '90); 25-Thomas Mueller, 33-Mario Gomez (Miroslav Klose '30).


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