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Football: Champions League result

Result of the quarter-final, second leg match between Bayern Munich and Manchester United at Munich's Allianz Arena on Wednesday. Bayern Munich (GER) 3 (Mandzukic 59, Mueller 68, Robben 76) Manchester United (ENG) 1 (Evra 57) Bayern qualify 4-2 on aggregate Teams Bayern Munich Manuel Neuer; Philipp Lahm (capt), Jerome Boateng, Dante, David Alaba; Thomas Mueller (Claudio Pizarro 84), Toni Kroos, Mario Goetze (Rafinha 65); Arjen Robben, Mario Mandzukic, Franck Ribery Yellow card: Rafinha (73) Coach: Pep Guardiola (ESP)

Football: Bayern Munich v Man United starting line-ups

Starting line-ups for the Champions League quarter-final second leg between holders Bayern Munich and Manchester United at Munich's Allianz Arena on Wednesday (1845 GMT kick-off): Bayern Munich (4-1-4-1) Manuel Neuer; Philipp Lahm (capt), Jerome Boateng, Dante, David Alaba; Toni Kroos; Arjen Robben, Mario Goetze, Thomas Mueller, Franck Ribery; Mario Mandzukic Coach: Pep Guardiola (ESP) Manchester United (4-2-3-1)

Football: Rooney starts for United at Bayern

England striker Wayne Rooney won his race to be fit for Wednesday's Champions League, quarter-final, second-leg at Bayern Munich despite struggling with a toe injury. United manager David Moyes started Rooney just in front of attacking midfielder Shinji Kagawa with Antonio Valencia and Danny Welbeck on the wings with United looking for a rare win in Germany after the first-leg finished 1-1 at Old Trafford. Having fielded a 4-3-3 formation for the first-leg, Moyes opted for a 4-2-3-1 system with Darren Fletcher partnering Michael Carrick in the defensive midfield.

Football: Bayern Munich v Manchester United factfile

Factfile on holders Bayern Munich and Manchester United ahead of the Champions League quarter-final second leg between the clubs at the Allianz Arena on Wednesday:

Football: United wait on Rooney for Bayern clash

Manchester United's Wayne Rooney faces a race against time to be fit for Wednesday's Champions League quarter-final, second-leg at Bayern Munich with the hosts winless in their last three matches. European champions Bayern suffered their first Bundesliga defeat for 18 months when they were beaten 1-0 at Augsburg on Saturday following last Tuesday's 1-1 first-leg draw with United at Old Trafford.

Football: Bayern's Guardiola under-fire for rotation policy

Bayern Munich coach Pep Guardiola has come under fire from his Bundesliga peers for fielding a weakened team ahead of Wednesday's Champions League quarter-final, second-leg at home to Manchester United. The European champions suffered their first German league defeat in 18 months on Saturday, abruptly ending their record 53-match unbeaten Bundesliga run, with a 1-0 defeat at Augsburg. Guardiola paid the price for naming three teenagers in his starting line-up as he made seven changes from last Tuesday's 1-1 draw at Manchester United in the first-leg.

Football: Bayern lifts ban after Sun's apology

Bayern Munich has lifted their ban on reporters from The Sun attending Wednesday's Champions League home clash against Manchester United after the British tabloid apologised for their "You Schwein!" headline. "The Sun has apologised to an appropriate extent, so the matter for us is now closed," said Bayern's media director Markus Hoerwick. The European champions had taken offence at the newspaper's headline after Bayern's Germany midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger was sent off in last Tuesday's 1-1 draw at Old Trafford in the quarter-final first leg.

Football: United clash 'life or death' for Bayern

Pep Guardiola described Bayern Munich's Champions League quarter-final clash against Manchester United as a "matter of life or death" after his team's record unbeaten Bundesliga run was ended at Augsburg. The Bavarian giants suffered their first Bundesliga defeat since October 2012 on Saturday as their 53-match unbeaten league run was ended when they lost 1-0 at Bavarian rivals Augsburg. With one eye on the quarter-final, second leg at home to United, and with the Bundesliga title already secured, Guardiola paid the price for naming a weakened team.

Football: Bayern suffer first league defeat in 54 matches

Bayern Munich suffered their first Bundesliga defeat since October 2012 on Saturday as their record 53-match unbeaten league run was ended in a 1-0 defeat at Augsburg. Coach Pep Guardiola named a weakened team for the Bavarian derby and paid the price as Bayern were beaten for the first time in the German league since going down 2-1 at home to Bayer Leverkusen on October 28, 2012.

Football: Bayern suffer first league defeat in 54 matches

Bayern Munich suffered their first Bundesliga defeat since October 2012 on Saturday as their record 53-match unbeaten league run was ended in a 1-0 defeat at Augsburg. Coach Pep Guardiola named a weakened team for the Bavarian derby and paid the price as Bayern were beaten for the first time in the German league since going down 2-1 at home to Bayer Leverkusen on October 28, 2012.
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