Chelsea beaten 3 – 0 by Bayern Munich. Serge Gnabry continued his dominance over London clubs in this season’s Champions League as Bayern Munich took control of their last-16 tie with Chelsea.
The former Arsenal player, who hit four at Tottenham in the group stage, scored twice in three second-half minutes at Stamford Bridge.
Gnabry rolled in Robert Lewandowski’s cut-back for the opener before firing past Willy Caballero from the angle moments later.
Lewandowski then tucked in a third from close range, his 11th of the European campaign, before Marcos Alonso was sent off following a review by the video assistant referee as Bayern put one foot in the quarter-finals.
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Source – BBC News
In other news – Its official: Warriors to play home matches in foreign countries as CAF bans Zim stadiums
Its official: Warriors to play home matches in foreign countries as CAF bans Zim stadiums. This means that the Warriors will have to find an alternative venue for their match against Algeria.
CAF has advised Zimbabwe to ‘select homologated stadiums in countries of other CAF members’ for the match which is scheduled for the 29th of March 2020. iHarare has learned that the Confederation of African Football (CAF) has banned Zimbabwe’s national soccer teams from…continue reading.