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How in the world do you stop him doing what he does? They claimed Bonucci was impeded as he was running back, but I think it was six of one and half a dozen of the other.
And Robben is just so dangerous in those moments: Cleared initially, and then Bernat whacks the clearance off Pogba for a Bayern throw. A clinical Bayern counter-attack, and Juve are in all sorts of trouble.
Lewandowski ran at the defence, released Robben down the right, and although his pass was a little overhit, Robben collected it, cut inside, feinted past Barzagli, and bent it with his left foot past Buffon.
Classic Robben — but it was brilliant! Juve are on the floor. Oh, a poor ball from Cuadrado to stop a dangerous counter-attack.
Juventus had players in support, including Dybala and Pogba, but the pass was rotten. Well, that was strange.
So Lewandowski crossed, but fortunately for Juve, Cuadrado was in the right place to clear. Pogba shows nice feet to get by Robben, but his long cross for Lichtsteiner is overhit.
More positive from Juventus , though. Evra goes down the left, and crosses, but Neuer plucks it from the sky. Juventus have to play on the front foot in this second period.
And a change for Juve: Hernanes is on for Marchisio, which makes sense: Hernanes is a better passer, and Juventus need to get on the ball.
Bayern have been very impressive , but that was a disappointing 45 from Juventus. The plan for the second half? Push up, go long, and show some enthusiasm.
What a player he is. Whistles from the home fans as Dybala went down under pressure from Vidal, but no penalty. One minute of stoppage time.
Khedira was dispossessed, and Robben was away down the right, taking defenders with him. A deserved goal for Bayern, and now Juve have it all to do.
Much more positive from Juventus. A disappointing ball in, and Bayern clear, but much, much better from Pogba and Dybala.
Actually, I think it came off his shoulder. Robben is close to finding an opening on the right, and then Costa goes down the left.
Lichtsteiner, under pressure, concedes the corner. As soon as they play into midfield, Bayern just win it back.
Juventus give it away, but immediately fall back behind the ball. Is it just the hair, I wonder? Very little going in attack for Juventus.
Lahm has come to play in central midfield. And Buffon denies Bernat! Buffon saved comfortably enough, although it looked for a minute as though it was going to squirm through.
Juve defending with determination. This has been a really entertaining game so far. Mandzukic has had two decent chances, but Bayern have been relentless.
But back come Bayern, and again, Kimmich and Alaba are playing like orthodox central midfielders when they have the ball.
Very impressive to watch. Oh, Dybala was almost in! Tim Hill Tue 23 Feb Juventus hardly had a sniff. They did manage to string the odd move together, but you really would expect a good deal more from the champions of Italy.
A last chance for Pirlo to float it in? He stabs the ball at goal from eight yards, only for Buffon to throw out an arm and a leg and save. Gomez replaces the outstanding Mandzukic.
Bayern Munich be aware: Juventus can come back at any time. Bonucci advances with the ball, spots an opening, and lets fly from 20 yards.
The Bayern fans are bayern for blood as Clattenburg calls Vidal over. Clattenburg contents himself with an earnest chat and a pat on the back.
Giovinco, who is about the height of a chair, is up against Dante. I think Bayern will outwit old Juventus - but we all know Juve is hard as a nut.
Clear contact between Dante and Lichtsteiner, who was simply trying to avoid a collision. Lichtsteiner, too, will miss the second leg.
Bayern break, only for Vidal to make one of the bravest tackles it is possible for a man to make. He gets the ball all right. The ball goes miles.
The last 20 minutes of this game could be very, very interesting. One away goal - a little Marchisio dart, a Pirlo set-piece, a Vucinic poach - would completely transform this tie.
He might not have been. It was a tight one. Vucinic and Giovinco come on for Matri and Quagliarella. The ball bounced awkwardly in front of him, but he should still have turned that behind.
From left to right: Eventually his cross his blocked, and Juventus can regroup. Finally a decision goes the way of Mandzukic.
Chiellini climbs all over him as they steady themselves under a high ball and Clattenburg, who gives the unmistakeable sense of making it up as he goes along, shows an incensed Chiellini the yellow card.
This sails well over. It was curling, though, and Buffon did well to parry it clear. Barcelona are winning in Paris, by the way. You can follow that here.
Asmir Begovic - How Bayern are only 1 up at half only god knows! I wonder, though, whether they might have deserved a couple more goals? Juventus might yet punish them for that.
Perhaps as close as Juventus have come. Both have been utterly irrelevant. Here he is, looking like someone you might see giving a TED talk.
No, says Mark Clattenburg! It was Ribery on the left, twisting and turning and getting his cross in left-footed. Chiellini sticks out a foot, Mandzukic goes over, no penalty.
Matri and Quagliarella are in the area, but Van Buyten rises above them to head clear. Mandzukic heads it just wide.
Juventus hanging on at the moment. Schweinsteiger gets down the right and curls in a low cross; Robben is just one of about three players who could conceivably get on the end of it, but stabs it badly wide.
But Mark Clattenburg, in full-on best-mate mode, decides to spare him. This is what Franck Ribery in pain looks like.