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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - October 21, 1998 - Champions League Group D. Bayern Munich 1 (Effenburg 45') Barcelona 0: This group stage saw Bayern do the double over Louis van Gaal's Barca and help stop the Catalans from reaching the knockout stages. Germany midfielder Stefan Effenberg scored the winner at the Olympic Stadium just before half-time. Getty
November 4, 1998 - Champions League Group D. Barcelona 1 (Giovanni pen 29') Bayern Munich 2 (Zickler 48', Salihamidzic 87'): Ottmar Hitzfeld's side were victorious for the second time in two weeks in front of 100,000 fans at the Camp Nou. Brazilian attacker Giovanni put Barca into a first-half lead from the spot. But German striker Alexander Zickler pulled Bayern level straight after the break before Bosnian wideman Hasan Salihamidzic grabbed a late winner. Bayern would go on to reach the final where they conceded two injury-time goals and lost against Manchester United, who had finished second behind the Germans in the group stage. Getty
April 8, 2008 - Champions League quarter-final, first leg. Barcelona 4 (Messi 9' & 38', Eto'o 13', Henry 43') Bayern Munich 0: A 21-year-old Lionel Messi scored twice as Barca blew away their opponents with a blistering first-half performance. Jurgen Klinsmann's side were no match for the Spaniards, who also saw Samuel Eto'o and Thierry Henry find the target at Camp Nou. Furious Bayern president Franz Beckenbauer said after the match: "What I saw in the first half is, without doubt, the worst football in Bayern's history." Getty
April 14, 2008 - Champions League quarter-final, second leg. Bayern Munich 1 (Ribery 47') Barcelona 1 (Keita 73'): Barca sailed into a last-four clash with Chelsea after clinching a comprehensive 5-1 aggregate victory. Bayern at least clawed back some pride as French international Franck Ribery put the hosts in front just after the break but were denied victory by Seydou Keita's first-time finish. Pep Guardiola's men would go on to win the tournament after beating Manchester United 2-0 in the final. Getty
April 23, 2013 - Champions League semi-final, first leg. Bayern Munich 4 (Muller 25' & 82, Gomez 49' Robben 73') Barcelona 0. Sweet revenge for Bayern after their thrashing by the same scoreline five years earlier. This was Barca's worst defeat in Europe since Dynamo Kiev beat them by the same scoreline in 1997, as manager Tito Vilanova's gamble to play a clearly unfit Lionel Messi failed to pay-off. Germany midfielder Thomas Muller scored twice, with Mario Gomez and Arjen Robben also on target. Bayern Munich manager Jupp Heynckes said: "It was not a really big surprise to me ... We have played to a high level all season." EPA
May 1, 2013 - Champions League semi-final, second leg. Barcelona 0 Bayern Munich 3 (Robben 48', Pique og 72', Muller 76'): Another stunning performance from the Bavarians saw them seal a record 7-0 Champions League semi-final aggregate win. Robben fired into the top corner to open the scoring just after half-time before defender Gerard Pique turned into his own net in front of a stunned Camp Nou. Muller's goal completed the rout and Bayern would go on to beat Bundesliga rivals Borussia Dortmund in the final - the last time they won the competition. After the semi-final humiliation, Pique said: "When another side is so superior to you, there isn't any option except to congratulate them." Getty
May 6, 2015 - Champions League semi-final, first leg. Barcelona 3 (Messi 77' & 70', Neymar 90') Bayern Munich 0: Led by former Barca manager Pep Guardiola, the Germans - without attacking big guns Franck Ribery and Arjen Robben - had frustrated Barca until being taken apart in the final 13 minutes. Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez - part of the Catalans' triple strike threat alongside Luis Suarez - did the damage to all but end Bayern's final hopes. After the match, Guardiola said: "Barca is Leo [Lionel Messi] – but Barca are also a very good team and they are in top form in all departments. We had done well until the first goal but then we lost control." AP
May 12, 2015 - Champions League semi-final, second leg. Bayern Munich 3 (Benatia 7', Lewandowski 59', Muller 74) Barcelona 2 (Neymar 15' & 29'): Medhi Benatia's early header had put Bayern in front but any comeback hopes were quickly dashed as Brazilian attacker Neymar struck twice in 15 minutes before the half-hour mark. Robert Lewandowski and Thomas Muller earned the Germans victory on the night but Barca prevailed 5-3 on aggregate and would go on to beat Juventus in the final - the Catalan club's last victory in the competition. After the Bayern win, Barcelona manager Luis Enrique said: "It's a great achievement to reach the final ... This is our mission. This is what it means to be part of Barca." AP
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