Real Madrid – Bayern Munich: Tuchel accumulates hard blows

In the semi-final of the Champions League, this Wednesday, May 8, Real Madrid welcomes Bayern Munich to Santiago Bernabéu after the first-leg draw (2-2).

Real Madrid – Bayern Munich: Tuchel accumulates hard blows

In the semi-final of the Champions League, this Wednesday, May 8, Real Madrid welcomes Bayern Munich to Santiago Bernabéu after the first-leg draw (2-2).

This time, on Wednesday May 8, a winner will be needed in the den of the Santiago-Bernabéu. Back to back after a wonderful summit at the Allianz Arena (2-2), Real Madrid and Bayern Munich find themselves in Spain, with a ticket for the Champions League final at stake. Eight days ago, the Merengue, generally dominated, were able to count on a great Vinicius Jr, author of a double, to bring back a positive result. Muller's gang had equalized through Sané and thought they had delivered the blow with a penalty from Kane.

Dethroned by Bayer Leverkusen, and once again soundly beaten this time by Stuttgart last weekend (3-1), Bayern travels with the desire to save its season. Despite the support of a fringe of supporters, Thomas Tuchel has been living on the bench of the Bavarian ogre in recent months. For this crucial meeting, the former PSG coach will not be able to count on Raphäel Guerreiro. Entering at the break during the first leg, the Portuguese injured his foot last Saturday. He is forfeited. Matthijs de Ligt and Jamal Musiala have returned to training but remain very uncertain.

Easy winner of Cádiz (3-0), Real Madrid validated a 36th Spanish championship title, enough to regain a little more confidence before playing Bayern Munich. Carlo Ancelotti also sees his squad reinforced by several important returns like Militao and Courtois. The Belgian goalkeeper was established last Saturday, and can now challenge the place of Lunin, who was decisive in the first leg and against Manchester City, in the previous round.

As part of the semi-finals, the Champions League offers a Real Madrid - Bayern Munich clash. The start of this game will be given at 9:00 p.m. by the Pole Szymon Marciniak.

As is the case for most Champions League matches, you will have the choice of channel for this Real Madrid - Bayern Munich. This poster will be broadcast by Canal Foot and RMC Sport 1.

To follow Real Madrid - Bayern Munich streaming on your smartphone, computer or tablet you will have two choices. That of subscribing to a 100% digital subscription to MyCanal which will allow you to join Canal Foot. Otherwise, you can subscribe to RMC Sport to access RMC Sport 1.

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