Bayern Munich scored twice in the second leg of extra time to edge Juventus and advance to the Champions League quarterfinals.
Bayern Munich scored twice in the second leg of extra time to edge Juventus and advance to the Champions League quarterfinals, coming back from down two to take a 4–2 lead.
The goals, by Thiago and shortly afterward, Kingsley Coman, completed a run of four unanswered Bayern goals that put them up 6–4 on aggregate in the second leg of their Round of 16 matchup.
Thiago scored in the 107th minute, finding Robert Lewandowski with his back to the net and completing a swift one-two sequence with a strike into the lower right corner.
Coman’s goal came just minutes later. The midfielder is on loan at Bayern from Juventus, and dealt his former team a death blow, taking the ball at midfield, beating the defense downfield into the box, and cutting back to his left foot for the dagger.
Bayern joined Barcelona in the quarters, who advanced past Arsenal with a 3–1 win at Camp Nou on Wednesday.