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.