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How fear consumed Bayern Munich into Champions League defeat at the hands of Liverpool

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On Wednesday night, Liverpool announced themselves as a club that has firmly returned to Europe's elite, having knocked out Bayern Munich by beating the Germans 3-1 on their own turf.

If you are alone against two or three good players then it's very difficult" Overall, Bayern created next to nothing in both legs, and were reluctant to commit to maximum attacking at any stage due to their unwillingness to leave Klopp's attacking trio unattended.

The German champions have reached at least the quarter-final stage in every season since 2011, but they met Jurgen Klopp's side with fear.

Such a mature, dominant performance away from home against one of the seasoned European powers will perhaps do more for Liverpool's rising status than reaching the final did last season.

After the match, though, Robert Lewandowski stated: "Today we didn't play like [we do] in [the] Bundesliga.

As a result, the home side were able to create very little by means of pressing, which is usually Liverpool's primary source of creation when facing big sides.

As a consequence of building using the flanks and restricting his full backs from advancing forwards, Bayern created almost nothing for themselves in an attacking sense.
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