It's do or die for Bayern Munich when they face Atletico Madrid on Tuesday night in the Champions League. Bayern trail the Spanish side 1-NIL after the first leg, so they will have to give everything they've got to overturn the deficit.
Carlo Ancelotti's team got the three points it needed to start the Champions League campaign. However, the 3-0 win was a tepid affair considering that the runaway favorites and hosts had an extra player for 80 minutes.
Former Bayern Munich coach Carlo Ancelotti has spoken for the first time since being fired by the Bundesliga champions. The Italian revealed he will take the rest of the season off before returning to management.
While German eyes will be on Bayern and Dortmund's comeback missions, there's plenty of intrigue surrounding the other six sides left in the Champions League ahead of the quarterfinal second legs.
Trailing 3-0 from the first leg, Atletico Madrid face a seemingly impossible battle to prevent local rivals Real from heading to Cardiff. Atleti can only hope for a memorable European farewell to the Vincente Calderon.
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