SI Staff
Tuesday May 12th, 2015

If style points counted, Bayern Munich's Champions League semifinal against Barcelona might have forced extra time. 

However, since they don't, Robert Lewandowski and Thomas Müller's second-half goals did little more than put slightly more pressure on Barcelona at the tail end of what would be a 3-2 Bayern Munich win in the second leg, but a 5-3 victory for Barcelona on aggregate. 

Robert Lewandowski scored the first with this nifty bit of fancy footwork, followed by a finish that had Marc-Andre Ter Stegen fooled: 

Thomas Müller followed that up with a powerful shot from outside the box:

Their goals made the last 15 minutes interesting, but Bayern wasn't able to complete the miracle comeback. Instead, Barcelona will head to the Champions League final in Berlin. 

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