The host's game plan seemed to go out the window after eight minutes with speedy winger Arjen Robben was forced off with an ankle injury. They were undeterred by Real's early tight pressing game, however, taking the lead when Kimmich slotted home after a superb through ball from former Real player James Rodriguez. The Bavarians should have scored again even after another setback when Boateng went off with a thigh muscle injury, with chances falling to Franck Ribery, Mats Hummels and Thomas Mueller. But it was Real who struck against the run of play with a low drive from Marcelo a minute before the break as the Brazilian full back added to his goals against Paris St Germain and Juventus in previous rounds.
Real Madrid have won 32 of the 33 games across all competitions in which Marcelo has scored for the club.pic.twitter.com/MmDDHQTpgb — Squawka Football (@Squawka) April 25, 2018
The Spanish side, who have had a disappointing domestic campaign, then caught the Germans napping after a defensive blunder as Asensio raced clear to score their second goal. Bayern struggled to recover from the blow and despite having nearly 60% of possession they could not find an equaliser. The defeat snapped Heynckes's 12-game winning streak in the competition stretching back to 2013. RESULT Bayern 1 (Kimmich 28) Real Madrid 2 (Marcelo 44, Asensio 57)
3 - Marco Asensio's last three Champions League goals have all been as a substitute in knockout matches. Impact. pic.twitter.com/e79V9vdpVb— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) April 25, 2018