Game on. Following Antoine Griezmann’s goal early in the second half Atletico Madrid had leveled the second leg of the UEFA Champions League semifinal at one goal apiece, but had a 2-1 lead on aggregate.
Bayern had about 35 minutes to mount a comeback that would require two goals, otherwise they would be left thinking what if. On a team with the attacking talents of Robert Lewandowski and Thomas Muller you certainly can never rule out Bayern finding another goal.
With Bayern pressing and putting the Atletico goal under siege, Robert Lewandowski got on the end of a cross, putting Bayern ahead on the night and level on aggregate.
Bayern still need to score again to advance as Atletico lead on away goals. Should be a wild ending.