Juventus 0 - 2 Bayern Munich

Match info: Champions League - Quarter Final at Delle Alpi

Date: 10/04/2013 KO: 19:45 Ref: C Velasco Carballo Att: 38,000

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Juventus

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Bay Munich

Mario Mandzukic 64
Claudio Pizarro 90+1

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Aggregate Score: 0-4

  • Last Updated: April 10 2013, 23:19 BST

Bayern Munich are setting their sights on the UEFA Champions League crown after securing their semi-final place with a 4-0 aggregate win over Juventus.

Bayern Munich celebrate their victory in Turin
Bayern Munich celebrate their victory in Turin

The German side repeated their 2-0 first leg win and became the first overseas side to win in Turin since the new stadium was built two years ago.

And after securing the Bundesliga title last weekend, coach Jupp Heynckes now wants to prove they are the best side in Europe.

He said: "In the last weeks there's been a lot of praise but the positive thing is the team has not been influenced by this. Too much praise is not good.

"We are champions and that was our aim but we also have other aims. We now have to see if we are on par with Real and Barcelona."

Croatian striker Mario Mandzukic, who scored the first goal in the Juventus Stadium said they had produced a great performance.

He said: "It was decisive that we played like we did in Munich. It was a great atmosphere. It was not easy and we had to stay patient.

"I am happy to have scored but happier that we are through. But we are not yet done."

Arjen Robben is hoping for an all-German final at Wembley against Borussia Dortmund.

The Dutchman said: "I think a 2-0 win in Turin is an amazing result because they are unbeaten here for so long.

"They are a great team, they are so strong at the back and I think it is a great performance by us."

The draw for the semi-finals takes place on Friday and Robben is hoping for Spanish opposition.

He continued: "I think we want to be kept apart from Borussia Dortmund. It's nice when we play each other but it would be a nice final."

"The semi-finals are going to be big - two big semi finals, probably between the four best teams at the moment so it's going to be very nice."

Juventus coach Antonio Conte refused to criticise his players despite exiting the competition.

"We are at the point we knew," Conte told Sky Italia. "Surely there is a lot to work on, but we need time to grow in Europe, we know this.

"I compliment my players because they have done something good and important.

"To become champions of Italy and reach the quarter-finals of the Champions League in the space of 18 months is sensational.

"Bayern have been the strongest team. In the last three years they reached two Champions League finals. The gap between us is obvious. We have done everything we could do.

"I must also compliment the Juve supporters too for clapping our players at the end of the match. We have been woken up from a dream. Now let's try to keep concentration in the league."


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