Bayern Munich have more talent at their disposal now than when they played in Europe in 2013.
At a glance Sports – Bayern Munich have more talent at their disposal now than when they last played in Europe in 2013, according to captain Manuel Neuer.
Neuer, along with David Alaba, Jerome Boateng and Thomas Muller, are one of four players remaining,
From their Wembley win over Borussia Dortmund which started Wednesday's 3-0 semi-final win against Lyon.
Despite missing out on early chances for their Ligue 1 opponents there was little doubt over the outcome after Serge Gnabry's superb opener.
The early part of the two goals in the first half from the German winger.
Robert Lewandowski, who played for Dortmund in that match seven years ago,
Usually in action with his 55th goal of the season, meaning only Paris Saint-Germain are between Bayern and a sixth European title.
“We are in a better position across the board,” he said. “Now we have a class that doesn't just consist of an 18-man squad, what a fantastic team we have.”
Such a feat is impossible to imagine as Bayern struggled under Niko Kovac earlier this season.
Since the appointment of the former German Flick assistant, they have become a respected team.
“Calmness is his trademark, especially before a game like this,” said Neuer.
“He prepares us very well for the match, no matter which opponent we play.
“We always have a plan. You can see the results on the field. “
Gnabry and Lewandowski have produced many fine results for Bayern during the Champions League, with the pair surpassing the previous record set by Cristiano Ronaldo and Gareth Bale.
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