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FC Porto vs Bayern Munich 3-1 Highlights Video Clips Champions League 2015

With a two-goal lead heading into next week's all-important second-leg clash at the Allianz Arena, can Porto do the unthinkable and knock the five-times European champions out of the competition?
When the draw for the last eight of the CL was made, Porto vs Bayern was considered an easy draw for Pep Guardiola’s side. It is however Pep’s side who face a steep task to reach the semis, after Porto stunned them 3-1 at the Estadio do Dragao on April 15, 2015. The much maligned Ricardo Quaresma scored two goals for Porto, with Jackson Martinez adding a third in the second half. Thiago Alcantara pulled one back for an uncharacteristically sloppy Bayern side, and it is his away goal that gives them hope ahead of the second leg in Munich. A total of seven yellow cards in this game from referee Carlos Velasco.The hosts did everything right, defending resolutely when the German side pushed forward before putting them under an incredible amount of pressure in their own half of the pitch, which resulted in their first two goals coming in the opening 10 minutes of the game.Porto held on to their two-goal advantage in the final stages in a performance that was only soured by cautions for Sandro and Danilo, ruling them out of next Tuesday's return leg.Bayern, meanwhile, will hope to have at least Schweinsteiger and Ribery back for that fixture as they aim to overturn the deficit following their first defeat on Portuguese soil.



16:49, English commentary, Videa
Goals, 6:22, English
Porto Bayern 1-0 (Quaresma penalty v Bayern 3′)
Porto vs Bayern 2-0 (Quaresma goal vs Bayern 10′)
Porto Bayern Munchen 2-1 (Thiago goal vs Porto 28′)
FCP FCB 3-1 (Martinez goal vs Bayern 65′)
Bayern Munich starting lineup vs Porto 2015:- Neuer, Lahm, Boateng, Rafinha, Dante, Alonso, Thiago, Gotze, Bernat, Muller, Lewandowski
FC Porto starting XI v Bayern Munchen 2015:- Fabiano, Danilo, Alex Sandro, Maicon, Martins Indi, Quaresma, Brahimi, Herrera, Casemiro, Torres, Martinez
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