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Nagelsmann will have numerous questions to answer after that performance, but the spotlight should shine on Emery. After all the criticism he received after his spell at Arsenal, he deserves his moment in the sun. He will now prepare Villarreal for a semi-final, while Bayern need to wrap up the Bundesliga title.
Albiol, Parejo, Torres, Lo Celso were immense for Villarreal, and Emery deserves a massive pat on the back for his gameplan. They have eliminated one of the best teams in Europe, and they are now through to the semi-finals of the Champions League for only the second time in their history. Emery has also made history tonight, advancing past the quarter-finals for the first time in his career.
Never mind the Yellow Submarine; they should rename Villarreal the Yellow Wall. What an incredible display from Emery's men as they have stunned the German champions over two legs. The away fans have gone ballistic, the Villareal players are nearly in tears, and Bayern's squad cannot believe what has just happened. Lewandowski had Bayern's only shot on target as he opened the scoring, but Chukwueze stepped off the bench, and he was the hero as he beat Neuer in the 88th minute.
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FULL-TIME - BAYERN MUNICH 1-1 VILLARREAL.
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Lewandowski gives away a free-kick and that will give Villarreal a chance to take a breather. Bayern may have run out of time!
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Emery sends on another defender as Aurier replaces Parejo.
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There's a stunned silence around the Allianz Arena, and Emery is waving his arms around like a mad man trying to steer his team to an incredible victory.
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Lo Celso is shown a yellow card, but he will not care as he tries to waste more time.
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Four minutes of stoppage time to come!
Choupo-Moting is thrown on by Nagelsmann and he replaces Muller.
GOAAAALLLL!!!!!!!! BAYERN 1-1 VILLARREAL - THEY HAVE DONE IT, Villarreal have scored at the death, and they are minutes away from eliminating Bayern. Parejo's quick thinking in the middle of the park was vital, as he played a crucial pass to Lo Celso before Moreno was picked out. The Villarreal striker looked across the pitch, and Chukwueze was waiting at the far post. The sub didn't make a clean connection with the ball, but it was enough to beat Neuer.
Moreno deserves heaps of praise for his pass, putting the ball on a plate for Chukwueze.
Another change for Bayern as Davies comes on for the final few minutes, with Hernandez the one to make way.
It appears we are heading to extra-time, with neither side able to create any meaningful chances in the last few minutes.
Emery follows suit as he sends on Chukwueze, with Coquelin the one to make way.
Danjuma's night is also over as Emery sends on Pedraza.
CHANCE! Bayern's defence falls asleep for the first time in the second half, but Danjuma fails to punish them as he whips his effort across the face of Neuer's goal.
Nagelsmann turns to his bench for the first time as Gnabry replaces Musiala.
As is Real Madrid v Chelsea by the way, so we could be in for a blockbuster finish in both Champions League matches.
Don't forget, as it stands, this contest is going to extra-time unless somebody can score a winner in the next 12 minutes.
OVER! Villarreal allow Coman to cut inside from the left wing, but he blazes his shot over the crossbar.
MULLER! The German misses a glorious chance to fire Bayern level as he heads a cross wide of the target from inside the penalty area.
Lewandowski is the fifth player to score against 30 different Champions League teams as he joins Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo, Karim Benzema and Raul.
Both sets of subs are warming up, but neither coach has decided what their next move is. Emery may be worried that he will run his team's cohesion if he makes an alteration, but he needs to be mindful that his starting XI is starting to tire.
Hernandez is the latest Bayern player to try his luck from range, but the Frenchman sees his shot sail over the crossbar.
Emery continues to pace up and down the touchline inside the Allianz Arena, and he may need to make a substitution in order to get his team back on top.
Foyth is carded after a late challenge on Coman while trying to block a cross.
Bayern's tactics have indeed changed since half-time, and their intensity defensively has been superb in the second half, and Villarreal cannot live with them at the moment.
Lo Celso does enough to unsettle Muller, who fires his volley over from the edge of the six-yard box.
Lewandowski has scored his 13th goal this season, more than any other player in the Champions League.
Muller's quick thinking helped create that chance, and he showed no signs of hesitation as he picked out Lewandowski with a sharp pass.
GOAAALLLL - BAYERN 1-0 VILLAREAL - Lewandowski's first shot of the night finds the back of the net, and he punishes Parejo for a sloppy pass. The Villarreal midfielder gave possession away, and that allowed Muller to pounce. The German international picked out Lewandowski, and the Pole did the rest, slotting the ball home via the far post.
OVER! Sane's cutback falls perfectly to Upamecano, but the Bayern centre-back leans back and blazes his shot over the crossbar.
Bayern have started on the front foot in the second half, but Coman's latest shot flies way wide of the goal.
Rulli throws himself at the feet of Musiala to deny the Bayern man at his near post, and he just does enough as the ball deflects off his knee!
We are back underway in Munich!
Nagelsmann may need to tweak his tactics to get the better of Emery, with his side's deep crosses playing into Villarreal's hands. He may even switch his formation, but we will soon find out as Bayern are only 45 minutes away from crashing out of the Champions League.
Bayern fans will be frustrated with their team's performance as the two teams head into the tunnel. Neither side created too many chances, but Villarreal will be delighted to have kept the home side at bay. Lewandowski's lack of service has hampered him, and he is lucky to still be on the pitch after two clumsy challenges on Albiol. Despite having less of the ball, Villarreal have had the better chances, although Neuer has yet to make a save.
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HALF-TIME - BAYERN MUNICH 0-0 VILLARREAL.
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CLOSE! Villarreal ends the first half on the attack, but Moreno's left-footed strike hits the side-netting, and that should be the final chance of the first 45 minutes.
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Villarreal have played superbly well at the back, and as it stands, they are on their way through to the semi-finals. Not many experts would have expected Bayern to not score inside the first 45 minutes, but here we are.
Three minutes of stoppage time to come...
Replays have since shown that Danjuma was offside, so he was going to be denied anyway!
CHANCE! What an opportunity for Villarreal, and in particular Danjuma. For the first time this evening, the Spanish side created a clear-cut chance, but Danjuma failed to control the ball on the edge of the box before firing wide.
Bayern continue to pepper the Villarreal box with crosses, but so far, the Yellow Submarine have coped with everything!
Lewandowski needs to be very careful, and that could be his final warning!
Albiol goes to ground once again and it is Lewandowski that has caught him...
Lewandowski is shown a card for that challenge, and he can have no complaints.
The game comes to a halt again as Albiol goes down injured after a poor challenge from Lewandowski.
Panic over as both players make their way back onto the field of play.
Musiala and Albiol clashed heads as the former went for goal, and the pair have both gone to ground asking for treatment.
CHANCE! Musiala attacks Goretzka's powerful cross, but he can only steer his header straight at Rulli.
Some of Bayern's players are starting to show signs of frustration, but they still have nearly 20 minutes left of the first half to grab the opening goal.
Rulli has started well tonight, and it is vital that he keeps up this level of performance. The Villarreal stopper has come off his line on several occasions to clear crosses, and his quickfire decisions are at least helping his defenders.
We are over halfway through the first half, but Lewandowski has barely had a touch of the ball so far. The Poland international only needs one chance to change the outcome of a match, but Bayern need to do more to involve their star striker.
WIDE! Bayern have started to lift the pace on home soil, but Musiala's latest cross evades everyone else in a red shirt, and the visitors win a throw-in.
While they are trying to keep things simple and compact at the back, Villarreal are still trying to play their own game, and they have not been afraid to attack when the opportunities have arisen.
CLOSE! Sane's cross nearly picks out Kimmich in the box, but the ball skims the top of the midfielder's head, and the visitors win a goal-kick.
Boos ring around the Allianz Arena as Hernandez concedes a free-kick on the edge of the Villarreal box. The visitors were under pressure if the play had resumed!
SAVE! Rulli dives at the feet of Goretzka to keep the score at 0-0, but the Bayern midfielder was inches away from poking home Musiala's cross.
Bayern Munich are looking to avoid being eliminated in the Champions League quarter-finals in consecutive seasons, having also lost at this stage in 2020-21. Paris Saint-Germain got the better of them on that occasion, but they have not shown any signs of nerves so far tonight.
The Spanish side clear the danger with ease and it remains goalless in Munich.
Great response from Bayern as they win a corner!
CHANCE! Despite having very little possession, Villarreal registers the first shot of the match, but Moreno's shot from the edge of the box flies past the far post.
As expected, Villarreal are looking to find their defensive shape as quickly as possible, and it is Bayern that have had the majority of the ball.
We are underway in Munich!
The two teams are out on the field of play, and we are moments away from kick-off!
This will be Villarreal’s second-ever away game against a German side in the Champions League – the previous one was also against Bayern Munich, with the Yellow Submarine losing 1-3 in the 2011-12 group stage.
Villarreal boss Unai Emery sticks with the same starting XI that shocked Bayern in the first leg, but Julian Nagelsmann drops Davies and Gnabry to the bench from that match, with Sane and Goretzka getting the chance to start.
SUBS: Manu Trigueros, Vicente Iborra, Moi Gomez, Serge Aurier, Sergio Asenjo, Mario Gaspar, Paco Alcacer, Aissa Mandi, Yeremi Pino, Samuel Chukwueze, Alfonso Pedraza, Ruben Pena.
VILLARREAL (4-4-2): Geronimo Rulli; Juan Foyth, Raul Albiol, Pau Torres, Pervis Estupinan; Giovani Lo Celso, Etienne Capoue, Daniel Parejo, Francis Coquelin; Gerard Moreno, Arnaut Danjuma.
SUBS: Sven Ulreich, Alphonso Davies, Marcel Sabitzer, Malik Tillman, Serge Gnabry, Omar Richards, Gabriel Vidovic, Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting, Josip Stanisic, Paul Wanner, Tanguy Kouassi, Marc Roca.
BAYERN MUNICH (3-4-2-1): Manuel Neuer; Benjamin Pavard, Dayot Upamecano, Lucas Hernandez; Leroy Sane, Joshua Kimmich, Leon Goretzka, Kingsley Coman; Jamal Musiala, Thomas Muller; Robert Lewandowski.
Bayern's defeat last week was only their third of 2022, with Borussia Monchengladbach and Bochum the only other teams to get the better of them since the turn of the year. The Yellow Submarine come into this game in decent form, but they have lost just as many as the Bavarians in their last ten games.
Arnaut Danjuma's strike was the difference during the first leg, but Villarreal have it all to do if they want to book their place in the semi-finals of the Champions League. The winner of tonight's tie will face either Benfica or Liverpool, and Bayern will feel they can use home advantage to perfection.
Good evening and welcome to our live coverage of the clash between Bayern Munich and Villarreal in the second leg of their Champions League quarter-final. The Spanish side recorded a shock 1-0 win last week and will look to keep the German champions at bay.