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Bayern Munich's incredible season continued on Tuesday (April 23) when they handed Barcelona one of their heaviest defeats ...
for years, hammering the Catalans 4-0 in the first leg of their Champions League semi-final. Thomas Mueller headed the recently-crowned Bundesliga champions ahead in the 25th minute and Mario Gomez turned in the second goal amid suspicions of offside early in the second half.
SHOWS: MUNICH, GERMANY (APRIL 23, 2013)(REUTERS PICTURES - ACCESS ALL) 1. BAYERN MUNICH'S THOMAS MUELLER (CENTRE) CELEBRATES AS BARCELONA'S GOALKEEPER VICTOR VALDES (RIGHT) AND GERARD PIQUE REACT AFTER MULLER SCORED FIRST GOAL FOR BAYERN SECOND HALF 2. BAYERN MUNICH'S MARIO GOMEZ (RIGHT) SCORES BAYERN'S SECOND GOAL AGAINST BARCELONA FROM PASS BY THOMAS MUELLER (25) 3. BAYERN MUNICH'S ARJEN ROBBEN (LEFT) SHOOTS TO SCORE BAYERN'S THIRD GOAL AGAINST BARCELONA 4. BARCELONA'S LIONEL MESSI AND XAVI HERNANDEZ (RIGHT) REACT ARJEN ROBBEN'S GOAL 5. BAYERN MUNICH'S THOMAS MUELLER SCORES HIS TEAM'S FOURTH GOAL PAST BARCELONA'S JORDI ALBA (RIGHT) 6. BAYERN MUNICH TEAM CELEBRATE THEIR WIN IN FRONT OF HOME CROWDS STORY: Bayern Munich's incredible season continued on Tuesday (April 23) when they handed Barcelona one of their heaviest defeats for years, hammering the Catalans 4-0 in the first leg of their Champions League semi-final. Thomas Mueller headed the recently-crowned Bundesliga champions ahead in the 25th minute and Mario Gomez turned in the second goal amid suspicions of offside early in the second half. Arjen Robben added a third in the 73rd minute and Mueller then grabbed his second of the night as Barca collapsed dramatically in a game where Lionel Messi, returning from a hamstring injury, made little impact. In doing so, Bayern avenged their defeat by the same score in the quarter-finals four years ago. The rout equalled Barca's worst ever defeat in European competition.