Bayern Munich vs Sevilla: how and where to watch

Tyler Owen
April 12, 2018

Bayern Munich coach Jupp Heynckes says he hopes Jürgen Klopp's Liverpool side reach the UEFA Champions League last four at the expense of Manchester City, managed by former Bayern supremo Pep Guardiola.

"A 2-1 win away from home is always great, but it's not the same as 5-0 against Besiktas", said Robben, referring to their first-leg win in the last 16.

The Germans secured passage into the next round after netting two crucial away goals in the first-leg in Spain to take the 2-1 advantage into the return fixture.

KTN Home Channel will broadcast the Champions League quarter-final match between Bayern Munich vs Sevilla with coverage starting from 9:45pm tonight.

And tightening up at the back makes them a serious threat to win the Champions League this season.

Sevilla, without a win in four games since shocking Manchester United, welcome Argentina midfielder Ever Banega back from suspension.

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Given the tightness of the tie, Bayern Munich fans were optimistic following the announcement of their starting line-up.

"Sevilla are in the last chance saloon and a risky team". Kenedy has produced two goals and two assists in Rafael Benitez's side but his overall impact has seen his team rise to 10 in the Premier League.

Sevilla had an fantastic run at the UEFA Champions League this season and they eliminated the three time champions, Manchester United, at round of 16.

Heynckes added, "They're a team that plays with a lot of impetus and good pressure, but we know what we have to do".

Like so many players for Chelsea, Kenedy was bought in at a young age (19 from Fluminese in Brazil) with seemingly the only plan to keep him for a number of years, loan him out, and then sell at whatever profit they can get.

- Ten of Robert Lewandowski's 45 Champions League goals have come versus Spanish opponents (22 per cent), more than against clubs from any other nation. James Rodriguez has chipped in as well.

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