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Bayern Munich coach Hansi Flick speaks to press ahead of Barcelona gamelive

Bayern Munich coach Hansi Flick speaks to press ahead of Barcelona game

Portugal, Lisbon

Head coach of Bayern Munich Hansi Flick is holding a press conference together with one player in Lisbon on Thursday, August 13, the day before his team plays FC Barcelona at the Estadio do Sport Lisboa e Benfica, in the third single-leg quarter-final of this season’s UEFA Champions League.

The German champions appear as favourites for the one-off game after their victory against Chelsea with 4-1 (7-1 on aggregate) in last week’s round of 16.

The Bavarians won every game of this year’s competition, scoring an impressive 24 goals along the way.

With the brace against Chelsea, Robert Lewandowski is the top goalscorer of the current edition of the competition, with 13 goals in seven games, raising his 2019-2020 season tally to an impressive 53. The Polish striker is now only four goals behind Cristiano Ronaldo's record of 17 in one single Champions League season, and will be looking to shorten that gap against Barca.

Date of startAugust 13, 2020
Time of start17:45
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Head coach of Bayern Munich Hansi Flick is holding a press conference together with one player in Lisbon on Thursday, August 13, the day before his team plays FC Barcelona at the Estadio do Sport Lisboa e Benfica, in the third single-leg quarter-final of this season’s UEFA Champions League. The German champions appear as favourites for the one-off game after their victory against Chelsea with 4-1 (7-1 on aggregate) in last week’s round of 16. The Bavarians won every game of this year’s competition, scoring an impressive 24 goals along the way. With the brace against Chelsea, Robert Lewandowski is the top goalscorer of the current edition of the competition, with 13 goals in seven games, raising his 2019-2020 season tally to an impressive 53. The Polish striker is now only four goals behind Cristiano Ronaldo's record of 17 in one single Champions League season, and will be looking to shorten that gap against Barca.