Bayern Munich practically took out their ticket to the Champions League quarter-finals, after prevailing with great authority 4-1 on Tuesday to Lazio, in an eighth leg already finished in the first half in favour of the authoritarian defender of the title. The Bavarian team arrived with some doubt after not being able to win their last two Bundesliga matches, but at the Olympics in Rome he regained his overwhelming version, with which he kept the locals, who saw his status as undefeated in this edition of the competition. Hansi Flick’s team took out his champion credentials in the Eternal City. The technician ‘risked’ the inclusion of the young Musiala in the midfield next to Kimmich, and with Goretzka, newly recovered from the coronavirus ahead, and his high pressure struck those of Simone Inzaghi who were barely able to leave his field in the first few minutes and who paid dearly for his mistakes. The first, by the Argentine Musacchio, was too soon, before ten minutes, and he blew up the whole approach of the Roman ensemble. Lewandowski intercepted an erratic defence pass and had no problem beating Pepe Reina and, with 72 goals, positioning himself as the third top scorer in Champions League history.0-1 did not scare Lazio, unable to get out of visiting pressure and who when trying to enter the match received 0-2, the work of Musiala. From there, Bayern loosened their pace somewhat, and although Lewandowski forgave 0-3, the locals were able to get a little closer to Neuer’s goal, with Ciro Inmobile enjoying the best chance with a shot that encountered a defender on his way to the net. However, when Inzaghi’s were looking for the oxygen of rest, a new fault made him fit 0-3 after a personal move by Coman, whose shot rejected him well Reina, although the ball fell at Sané’s feet, a ‘torment’ for the Roman zaga, to simply push her. The score and performance seen in the first 45 minutes made things very complicated for the Italian team, victim of a ‘black night’, culminated in the 0-4 as soon as the second half was started on Acerbi’s own door.This clear advantage seemed to relax the current continental champion, whose defense was excessively complacent before Correa shortly the after. The Argentine scored the honour goal for his own, but despite his rival’s downs and Lazio pitching for more goals, the locals could no longer cut or unsettle Neuer too much, while Reina avoided Lewandowski 1-5.