Chelsea vs Bayern Munich UCL Soccer Live Streams
Match: Chelsea vs Bayern Munich
Competition: UEFA Champions League 2019-20
Date: Tuesday 25th February 2020
Kick-off time: 20:00 PM (UK)
Stadium: Chelsea Stadium
Stadium Capacity: 68,456
Address: Stamford Bridge, UK
What TV Channel: BT Sport 2, Talksport 2 Radio UK, BT Sport Live (UK); Univision NOW, Watch TNT, B/R Live, TUDN USA, UniMás, TNT USA, TUDN en Vivo (USA), beIN Sports HD 2, beIN Sports HD 12, beIN SPORTS CONNECT (Middle East), Mitele Plus, Movistar Liga de Campeones, Movistar+ (SPA), O2 TV (CZR)) SONY TEN 1, Sony LIV, SONY TEN 1 HD (Asian) Supersports 3
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They first met within the 2005 Champions League quarter-finals, where Chelsea squeezed past Bayern 6-5 on aggregate, largely because of a successful 4-2 win at Stamford Bridge within the first leg.
Next came that historic final in 2012, when an injury and suspension-hit Chelsea won the competition by beating the German side on penalties. that they had needed Drogba’s sensational 88th-minute equalizer and for Cech to save lots of a penalty in extra-time to try to to it.
The following year, Bayern did win the Champions League and Chelsea dropped down A level to win the Europa League. Therefore, they met again within the UEFA Super Cup. In what’s their most up-to-date meeting, Bayern got penalty revenge, seeing off the Blues 5-4 on spot kicks after an entertaining 2-2 draw.
Chelsea host Bayern Munich at Stamford Bridge on Tuesday, within the first leg of their Champions League round of 16 ties.
It will be the primary Champions League meeting between the 2 sides since that dazzling night at the Allianz Arena in 2012, where Didier Drogba, Petr Cech, and current-manager Frank Lampard stunned Bayern in their own back yard to win Chelsea the competition for the very first time.
The hosts have endured stuttering form lately but were hugely impressive in their victory over former manager Jose Mourinho and Tottenham at the weekend. They qualified for the last 16 after finishing second in their group behind Valencia.
Bayern finished top of B , eight points above second-placed Spurs. They ended on a goal difference of +19, averaging four goals per game – a shocking record at this level. Managed by Hans-Dieter Flick, they are going into the match on the rear of a narrow 3-2 convert promoted side Paderborn within the Bundesliga.