Champions League Final : Bayern Munchen vs Chelsea (19/5/12) | Predictions, Preview and Match Results
Chelsea will face Bayern Munich in the Champions League final in the title in the Allianz Stadium on Saturday (19/5/12). Bayern Munich Champions League final qualifying for the 2011/12 after beating Real Madrid in the semi-finals through penalty shoot-out drama. Bayern won the first leg 2-1 and then in the second leg Bayern and Real Madrid played with 1-2 aggregate score was a 3-3 extra-time until the end.
While Chelsea qualify for the champions league final, the semi-finals by defeating champions Barcelona 3-2 on aggregate, in the first leg meeting with Chelsea winning 1-0 and then in the second leg managed to hold meetings barcelona series by a score of 2-2.
Chelsea do not want to repeat the failures that occurred in the champions league final 2008, at the defeat by Manchester United in a penalty shoot-out. If you won the Champions League trophy Abramovich worth maintaining as a coach Roberto Di Matteo Chelsea next season.
Another record that can be achieved Chelsea are a team of London the first city league champions trophy. But there is a severe test on the shoulders of Chelsea players. They're going against a team with experience in top-class European competition, Bayern Munich.
Di Matteo who had been relying on the pattern of defensive game with players piled in the back, is expected to play open if you want to be the best in Europe at this time. In addition to Terry, Chelsea will be without several key players like Ramires, Branislav Ivanovic, and Raul Miereles.
Chelsea's midfield, is now hoping the senior players, Frank Lampard, Obi Mikel and Florent Malaouda. Drogba up front will be left alone in front of the ball and hoping to get a supply from central midfield to counterattack.
While Bayern Munich have two creative midfielders who have been the main pedestal to destroy the opponent's defense, namely Frank Ribery and Arjen Robben. Not to mention Mario Gomez who is good in the air ball. On the wing there is Philip Lahm sector and Rafinha that must watch out for Chelsea defense. Bayern will lose an important player in the finals later on, namely David alaba, Holger Badstuber, Luis Gustavo.
Match Bayern Munich in Champions League 2012:
15 September 201 Villarreal 0-2 Bayern Munich
28 September 2011 Bayern Munich 2-0 Manchester City
October 19, 2011 Napoli 1-1 Bayern Munich
November 3, 2011 Bayern Munich 3-2 Napoli
23 November 2011 Bayern Munich 3-1 Villarreal
December 8, 2011 Manchester City 2-0 Bayern Munich
23 February 2012 Fc Basel 1-0 Bayern Munich
March 14, 2012 Bayern Munich 7-0 Fc Basel
March 29, 2012 Olympique de Marseille 0-2 Bayern Munich
4 April 2012 Bayern Munich 2-0 Olympique de Marseille
18 April 2012 Bayern Munich 2-1 Real Madrid
26 April 2012 Real Madrid Vs Bayern Munich 2-1 (1-3)
Chelsea Champions League match in 2012:
14 September 2011 Chelsea 2-0 Bayer Leverkusen
29 September 2011 Valencia 1-1 Chelsea
October 20, 2011 Chelsea 5-0 Genk
November 2, 2011 Genk 1-1 Chelsea
November 24, 2011Bayer Leverkusen 2-1 Chelsea
December 7, 2011 Chelsea 3-0 Valencia
22 February 2012 Napoli 3-1 Chelsea
March 15, 2012 Chelsea 4-1 Napoli
March 28, 2012 Benfica 0-1 Chelsea
5 April 2012 Chelsea 2-2 Benfica
19 April 2012 Chelsea 1-0 Barcelona
25 April 2012 Barcelona 2-2 Chelsea
Bayern Munich: 1-Manuel Neuer, 17-Jerome Boateng, 21-Philipp Lahm, 13-Rafinha, 7-Franck Ribery, 10-Arjen Robben, 44-Anatoliy Tymoshchuk, 25-Thomas Mueller, 31-Bastian Schweinsteiger, 39-Toni Kroos, 33-Mario Gomez.
Reserve players: 22-Jorge Butt, 26-Contento, 23-Danijel Pranjic, 11-Ivica Olic,
Absent players are: 28-Holger Badstuber, 27-David Alaba, 30-Luis Gustavo Diaz. (Card accumulation)
Chelsea: 1-Peter Cech, 3-Ashley Cole, 5-Michael Essien, 17-Bosingwa, 8-Frank Lampard, John Mikel Obi, 12, 24-Gary Cahill, 15-Malouda, Salomon Kalou, 21, 10-Juan eyes, 10-Didier Drogba.
Reserve players: 22-Ross Turnbull, 9-Fernando Torres, 23-Daniel Sturridge '
Players who Absent: 2-Branislav Ivanovic, 7-Ramires, 16-Raul Meireles. (Card accumulation), 26 John Terry. (Red card) and David Luiz (Injuries)