Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)3 things learned as Bayern Munich hammer Barcelona 8-2Destroyed Barcelona a ‘disaster’; dominant Bayern react after 10-goal stunnerVIDEO: Alphonso Davies turns on style with amazing assistChampions League, Europa League: How to watch, odds, start time, predictionsBarcelona v. Bayern Munich: How to watch, as Bayern batter BarcaAlexander-Arnold wins Premier League’s Young Player of the YearEuropa League semifinals: How to watch, start time, predictionReport: McKennie’s transfer from Schalke to Hertha falls apartTransfer news: Sancho staying at Dortmund; Chilwell to Man Utd, ChelseaUSMNT back Cannon ‘disgusted’ at boos for kneeling Dallas, NashvilleAdams: RB Leipzig ‘really, really excited’ to face PSG in UCL semifinalUSMNT’s Tyler Adams’ goal sends RB Leipzig to UCL semifinal (video)Transfer news: Man City want Thiago; Man Utd still chasing SanchoSTL expansion team unveils St. Louis City SC name, crestManchester City – Lyon: How to watch, start time, prediction, oddsSeries of coronavirus positives across many La Liga clubsChampions League: PSG ruin Atalanta fairytale with stoppage-time comebackVIDEO: USMNT youngster Giovanni Reyna scores in start for DortmundCup news: League Cup begins in September, no replays in FA CupWorld Cup winner Matuidi reunites with Beckham at Inter MiamiThiago to Liverpool: Bayern boss urges Premier League movePremier League transfers: Every deal from all 20 clubsTransfer news: Dembele to Man United; Promes to ArsenalPortland beats Orlando to win MLS is Back championshipNuno ‘proud of the boys’ after Wolves’ magical UEL run endsEuropa League: Wolves knocked out by late Sevilla winnerLille sign $35-million Canadian star Jonathan DavidWolves – Sevilla: How to watch, start time, predictionSpurs sign Hojbjerg from Southampton; Walker-Peters to SaintsTransfer news: Havertz to Chelsea; Ramsey availableGerman health officials block soccer clubs’ plans for fansCeltic, Aberdeen games called off after coronavirus breachesSolskjaer warns ‘could have been one of those nights’ for Manchester UnitedManchester United breaks through Copenhagen in extra time Hansi Flick’s Bayern will now face the winner of Manchester City v. Lyon in the semifinal, while Quique Setien’s brief spell in charge of Barcelona is surely over.The game started at an incredible pace as Jerome Boateng defended superbly with Suarez lurking, then Bayern took the lead. That is our business. Setien has overseen one of the most embarrassing nights in Barcelona’s history and although his ageing players were outclassed, the way they kept making the same mistakes time and time again surely points to his managerial style not fitting this squad.“Embarrassment is the word, no one is indispensable. I can’t wait to go on the pitch and do my thing to help my teammates and to help this club to shine again. It was also the first time since 1951 they lost a game by six goals and the first time since 1946 that they conceded eight goals in a game. It was also the first time a team had scored eight in a Champions League knockout game. 8-2.Bayern scored early and often as both teams had chances galore but the German giants took theirs with Thomas Muller scoring twice, plus Ivan Perisic and Serge Gnabry scoring one each.

You have to think always that the future will be better, that you can improve the image we showed today, above all thinking of the future. Via Instagram richtet sich der 32-Jährige an die Fans und lässt ausrichten: “Es waren sieben wunderbare Jahre. Their high-line was problematic but perhaps they pinched so high up so they could give Barcelona’s shaky defensive problems?

He said a lot of good things to me and that’s why I have come to Arsenal.”Although Arsenal will not have to pay a transfer fee, the move for Willian, who is reportedly set to earn £200,000 ($261,000) a week, has been criticised just a week after the club announced they are planning to cut 55 jobs due to damaging economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic.Willian is also the latest client of super-agent Kia Joorabchian, whose influence over the Arsenal board has been a source of concern for supporters, to arrive at the Emirates.However, the 70-time capped Brazilian international was one of Chelsea’s standout performers after football’s return from the coronavirus shutdown to help Frank Lampard’s men secure a place in the Premier League’s top four.“I know him very well, since a long time ago because we’ve been working together for the Brazilian national team and of course I was following him because he played for another club,” said Arsenal’s technical director Edu.“He has a lot of fantastic attributes as a person, as a football player of course, his character. Four of them are 33 years old and Busquets is 32. Arsenal sign Willian: Every now and then, a transfer rumor turns out to be founded in truth and accurate reporting.Take, for example, Arsenal’s reported pursuit of former Chelsea winger Willian, whose contract with the Blues expired upon The 32-year-old (his birthday was Sunday) joins on a three-year deal which will expire just before he turns 35 in the summer of 2023.