With a 1-0 victory against Arsenal FC, FC Bayern booked their ticket to the semi-finals of the Champions League on Wednesday afternoon. Here you will find the press reviews of the exciting Champions League evening at the Munich Arena.

Joshua Kimmich headed it FC Bayern last night in the quarterfinal round of the premier class. The Munich side proved to be more dangerous, especially in the second half of the match, and in the end they beat them narrowly, but deservedly, 1-0. English The best club, FC Arenal, passes.

In the semi-finals, Munich will now face former Bayern coach Carlo Ancelotti and Real Madrid.

The German press on Bayern's qualification for the semi-finals

“Image”: “Tuchel ecstasy! You've never seen the Bayern coach like this before! The record champions beat Arsenal 1-0 and are in the Champions League semi-finals for the first time since 2020. Bayern celebrates and makes the locker room shake. “Tuchel's completely unleashed and ecstatic facial expression symbolizes the satisfaction the manager feels after all the criticism of his work following the top-notch coup against Arsenal.”

“Sport1“: “There was no way to stop Thomas Tuchel either. The Bayern coach, who was leaving at the end of the season, was jumping and cheering as if there were no tomorrow.”

“Kicker”: “Thanks to a great performance against Arsenal FC, FC Bayern is in the semi-finals of the Champions League. In the 1-0 victory, the Munich team put in a great performance, especially after the break, and deservedly won.”

“South Germans”: “First chess, then an exchange of blows like in boxing: a goal from Joshua Kimmich takes FC Bayern to the semi-finals of the premier class. “After the 1-0 win against Arsenal FC, Thomas Tuchel’s final weeks as manager could end at Wembley.”

International press on Bayern's victory over Arsenal FC

“The Guardian”: “It was a night in which Bayern Munich lived up to their claims of being of a completely different caliber in the Champions League. “The obituaries of the superpower in crisis, FC Bayern, were written too soon.”

“Daily Mail”: “Bayern, who won the crown at the weekend after eleven titles in a row Bundesliga “We had to give up the place to Bayer Leverkusen, but by reaching the semi-finals of the Champions League alongside their German counterpart Borussia Dortmund, they maintained their hopes of winning the big title.”

“Brand”: “Kimmich's header takes Bayern Munich past Arsenal and into the Champions League semi-finals. The midfielder scored the only goal of the night to the delight of the home fans.”

“The world”: “Bayern doesn't give Arsenal any peace and they sneak into the semi-finals again. “A goal from Kimmich qualifies Tuchel's team against an opponent who barely knew how to create dangerous chances.”

International press about Manchester City vs Real Madrid

“Daily Mail”: “Penalty in City's own goal. Have City fans destroyed the Champions League dream? Pep Guardiola's team was winning before the crowd held the ball and Bernardo Silva lost his rhythm (…). In a match called 'champions against the kings', nothing separated the two teams in two games and it ended in a penalty shootout in which Pep Guardiola's team lost.”

“The Guardian”: “Real Madrid dethroned Manchester City after Rüdiger held firm in the penalty shootout. Antonio Rüdiger was booed throughout the match because Manchester City fans had not forgotten what he did to Kevin De Bruyne as a Chelsea player in the 2021 Champions League final. (…) And that is why it was narratively practically perfect when, at the end of a grueling penalty shootout, Rüdiger stepped up to convert the penalty and give Madrid the victory to set up a delightful semi-final against Bayern.

“Independent”: “Champions have been dethroned by kings. “Manchester City's reign only lasted one year.”

“Sports world”: “Rüdiger, from error to ecstasy at the Etihad. “His great performance was marred by a mistake that made it 1-1, but he scored the decisive goal in the penalty shootout.”

“Sports”: “Ultimate pity for City. Only City could resist Madrid with such magnificence for so many minutes in the Champions League. (…) An error against Madrid is in Europe careless. Even for City, a team that, with Guardiola's obsessive sense of order, aims to minimize errors.”

“Brand”: “Madrid is crazy. “There is no other possible explanation for what happened last night at the Etihad other than the mystique that surrounds the King of Europe being able to withstand the constant blows of the champion.”

“Ace”: “Unexpected heroes. On his knees looking at the sky, screaming, breathing. “This is how (goalkeeper) Lunin ended the duel, which began with songs and ended with a concert.”

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