Arsenal and Bayern draw in the first game of the Champions League quarter-finals

Arsenal and Bayern Munich drew 2-2 this Tuesday, in London, in the first game of the Champions League quarter-finals. At Emirates Stadium, the English team took the lead after just 12 minutes, with Saka finishing in the area. 

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Six minutes later, Gnabry equalized, taking advantage of Gabriel Magalhães’ error when the ball was thrown. At 32, it was Harry Kane’s turn to score with a penalty. At 31 of the second half, Gabriel Jesus made a good move in the area and served Trossard, who tied the match.

Gabriel Jesus was decisive in the match, coming on in the second half, replacing Jorginho, and assisting Trossard’s goal. Fellow Brazilian Gabriel Magalhães made an important mistake in Bayern Munich’s first goal, misplacing the ball. 

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The German team knew how to take advantage, with a good pass from Goretzka for Gnabry to score. Gabriel Martinelli was Arsenal’s starter, made a dangerous finish in the first half, and was replaced by Trossard in the 21st minute of the second half.

Arsenal and Bayern Munich return to the field next Wednesday, this time at the Allianz Arena. Playing in Germany, both teams will have to seek victory to advance to the semifinals. Any draw takes the game into extra time. If equality persists, the decision is on penalties.

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