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Liverpool 0-0 Bayern: Champions League at a glance

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Liverpool and Bayern head to Munich with their round of 16 tie in the balance after a goalless first leg at Anfield.

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The hosts were on top in the first half and typically threatening in transition, but Mohamed Salah, Sadio ManĂ© and JoĂ«l Matip all spurned chances. Last season’s finalists did not have it all their own way, though, with goalkeeper Alisson Becker making a smart early save from Matip’s miscued clearance.

If Liverpool were the better side in the opening 45 minutes, then Bayern were in charge after the interval, stand-in centre-back Fabinho blocking well from Robert Lewandowski before Serge Gnabry sent his drive just over. As it was, though, neither team could land an early blow in a tie that looks likely to go right to the wire.

View from the stadium: Matthew Howarth

Fabinho denied Lewandowski early in the second period

Fabinho denied Lewandowski early in the second period©AFP/Getty Images

A goalless draw at home in the knockout stage is hardly the worst result, but had Liverpool taken one of several gilt-edged first-half opportunities they would be travelling to Munich on 13 March with a slender lead. The hosts succeeded in keeping Lewandowski and his colleagues at bay, though, and with Virgil van Dijk available for the return leg the Reds will still fancy their chances of reaching the quarter-finals.

Man of the match

Thiago Alcántara made the strongest impression in a disciplined Bayern performance. He tidied up in front of the back four and his composure on the ball allowed his side to catch a breath when needed. This was an experienced showing from the Spaniard, helping to secure a positive result ahead of the return.

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Henderson takes the positives

  • Bayern right-back Joshua Kimmich will miss the second leg after his first-half booking.
  • The last three Anfield encounters between Liverpool and Bayern have ended goalless.
  • Liverpool remain unbeaten at home to German clubs (W14 D4).
  • This is just the second time JĂĽrgen Klopp’s Liverpool have failed to score at Anfield in a UEFA fixture (W13 D4).
  • This is also the second time Liverpool have failed to score at Anfield in their last 20 UEFA Champions League matches – the other was in last season’s round of 16 against Porto.
  • Bayern are now unbeaten away from home in the UEFA Champions League since September 2017 (W6 D3).

What does it mean?

Liverpool will still fancy their chances in the return

Liverpool will still fancy their chances in the return©Getty Images

Liverpool are undefeated in their previous four trips to Germany (W2 D2), although Klopp in particular knows that a visit to Munich is one of the toughest assignments in European football – only Real Madrid have beaten the Bavarians on home turf in the last two seasons. Bolstered by that record, Niko KovaÄŤ’s men will be confident of progress in front of their own fans, even against a Liverpool side that scored nine goals on their knockout travels last term.

What’s next?

Level on points with Manchester City at the top of the Premier League, Liverpool can claim first place outright with a win or draw away to longstanding rivals Manchester United this weekend (24/02). The Reds then host Watford (27/02) and visit Everton (03/03) and Burnley (10/03) prior to the second leg (13/03).

Bayern continue their pursuit of a seventh successive domestic title against Hertha Berlin this weekend (23/02). The Bavarians then go to bogey team Borussia Mönchengladbach (02/03) and entertain Wolfsburg (09/03) before Liverpool come calling (13/03).

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Lyon 0-0 Barcelona: Champions League at a glance

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Both goalkeepers were busy on a frenetic, but ultimately goalless, night at the OL Stadium.

The formative stages were frantic with Barça’s Ousmane DembĂ©lĂ© sweeping wide and OL’s Houssem Aouar testing Marc-AndrĂ© ter Stegen, who then had to tip Martin Terrier’s drive on to the bar. Anthony Lopes darted from his line to thwart DembĂ©lĂ© as the high tempo persisted before Terrier went close from a scintillating Lyon move just before the interval.

Lionel Messi was a threat throughout and called Lopes into action again after half-time before Luis Suárez fired wide as the visitors created more openings. The Lyon goalkeeper stood tall again in the closing exchanges, denying substitute Philippe Coutinho as Ernesto Valverde’s side pressed for the winner.

View from the stadium: David Crossan

Lyon's Denayer delighted with clean sheet

Lyon can be delighted with their first clean sheet of this season’s competition. Lopes had his customary excellent game and Jason Denayer was a rock at the back while, especially in the first period, Bruno GĂ©nĂ©sio’s team did enough to suggest they might be able to get a goal in Barcelona.

It will not be easy, of course it won’t, but this was a night when Lyon’s young side came of age, putting in a hugely credible performance.

Man of the match: Jason Denayer

He’s at his fifth club aged only 23 but Denayer, despite that vast array of experience at such a youthful stage, won’t have had many games like this.

Barcelona may argue that Ter Stegen had a superior case, given his superb saves, but then Lopes almost matched the German big moment for big moment.

However, Denayer showed calm, positional sense, intensity of concentration and, ultimately, steered OL to a memorable defiance of an increasingly confident Barça.

Anthony Lopes made a string of saves for the home side

Anthony Lopes made a string of saves for the home side©Getty Images

Key stats

  • This is only the second time in round of 16 history there have been two goalless draws on the same night.

  • Lyon have lost just once at home in the round of 16 (W5 D4).

  • Barcelona are without a win in their last six knockout away games (D2 L4).

  • Lyon have failed to score in the first half nine times in their last 12 UEFA Champions League matches, including the last three.

What does it mean?

Lyon will be pleased to have shut out the opposition for the first time in the competition this term, yet they will have to defy the weight of history if they are to progress, having not won an away game at this stage since 2005/06.

What’s next?

Ter Stegen confident Barcelona can progress

Four points off second spot in France, Lyon have a busy schedule prior to visiting Barcelona in mid-March (13/03). First up for Les Gones is a trip to Monaco on Sunday, before a home French Cup quarter-final against Caen (27/02). GĂ©nĂ©sio’s men then host Toulouse (03/03) and go to Strasbourg (09/03).

Liga leaders Barcelona are entering a pivotal period in their three-pronged trophy tilt: a testing trip to Sevilla beckons on Saturday, followed by back-to-back Clásicos at the Bernabéu in the Copa del Rey (27/02) and the Liga (02/03). The visit of Rayo Vallecano (09/03) precedes the second leg against Lyon (13/03).

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All you need to know: Champions League tie Liverpool vs Bayern Munich

Liverpool host Bayern Munich at Anfield in the first leg of their Champions League last 16 clash.Bundesliga giants have only won one of their seven matches in European competitions against the Reds which came over 39 years ago and have never scored a single a goal at Liverpool’s home ground.Niko Kovac will be without vice-captain Thomas Muller for both legs after being suspended for karate kick on Ajax’s Nicolas Tagliafico.Sportsmail provide you with everything you need to know for the first leg of Liverpool vs Bayern Munich’s Champions League last 16 clash including kick-off time, date and channel plus squads and odds. When is it?The first leg of Liverpool vs Bayern’s Champions League clash takes place on Tuesday 19th February.What time is kick-off? Liverpool vs Bayern Munich kicks-off at 8pm GMT. How to watch Liverpool vs Bayern?UK viewers can watch Liverpool take Bayern Munich in their first leg of Champions League clash on BT Sport 2/4K UHD.Liverpool Squad GOALKEEPERS: Alisson Becker (13), Simon Mignolet (22), Caoimhin Kelleher (60)*, Kamil Grabara (73)*DEFENDERS: Suspended – Virgil Van Dijk (4), Doubtful – Dejan Lovren (6), Injured -Joe Gomez (12)*, Alberto Moreno (18), Andy Robertson (26), Joel Matip (32), Nathaniel Phillips (47)*, Ki-Jana Hoever (51), George Johnston (61)*, Trent Alexander-Arnold (66)*MIDFIELDERS: Fabinho (3), Georginio Wijnaldum (5), James Milner (7), Naby Keita (8), Sadio Mane (10), Jordan Henderson (14), Adam Lallana (20), Injured – Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain (21), Doubtful – Xherdan Shaqiri (23), Curtis Jones (48)*, Rafael Camacho (64)*, Pedro Chirivella (68)*FORWARDS: Roberto Firmino (9), Mohamed Salah (11), Daniel Sturridge (15), Divock Origi (27), Rhian Brewster (57)*, Conor Masterson (63)**B list playersBayern Squad GOALKEEPERS: Manuel Neuer (1), Sven Ulreich (26), Christian Fruchtl (36)*, Ron-Torben Hoffmann (39)*DEFENDERS: Niklas Sule (4), Mats Hummels (5), Rafinha (13), Jerome Boateng (17), David Alaba (27), Maxime Awoudja (30)*, Lars Lukas Mai (33)MIDFIELDERS: Thiago Alcantara (6), Franck Ribery (7), Javi MartĂ­nez (8), Doubtful -Arjen Robben (10), James RodrĂ­guez (11), Leon Goretzka (18), Alphonso Davies (19), Wooyeong Jeong (20), Jonathan Meier (23)*, Doubtful – Corentin Tolisso (24), Paul Will (28), Joshua Kimmich (32), Renato Sanches (35), Meritan Shabani (37)*FORWARDS: Robert Lewandowski (9), Serge Gnabry (22), Suspended – Thomas Muller (25), Kingsley Coman (29), Oliver Batista Meier (34)*, Joshua Zirkzee (38), Maximilian Franzke (40)**B list players   Liverpool vs Bayern oddsLiverpool – 1/1Bayern Munich – 29/10Draw – 11/4*Odds courtesy of Betfair provides all the info that matters to sports betting fans and variety of legal betting sites to choose. Including previews, match reports, previous meetings and other great stories to help with your betting , odd comparison. We give you betting offers and Live Betting offers, from our official legal betting partners, on all the major sports including Football, Tennis, Cricket, Golf, Horse Racing, Greyhound Racing, Rugby League, Rugby Union, Snooker and much more. THIS WEBSITE IS FOR ENTERTAINMENT AND INFORMATIVE PURPOSES ONLY. WE DO NOT ACCEPT ANY WAGERING, BETTING, GAMING OR GAMBLING IN ANY FORM OR MANNER. 18+ Responsible Betting |Gambling Therapy | Protecting Minors | GamCare | Privacy Policy | Personal Data Request