Miami Beach, Florida (May 22, 2013) – Live Soccer TV offers you a wide range of listings to know where to watch Borussia Dortmund vs Bayern Munich live on Saturday, May 25, 2013. Why miss the big crowning of Chelsea’s new successors in Europe’s biggest club competition – the UEFA Champions League?
At long last, the 2013 UEFA Champions League final is only moments away from kick-off at Wembley. London’s huge stadium will not be able to accommodate the hundreds of thousands of fans who applied for tickets. However, millions of viewers around the world will be able to watch the 2013 Champions League final live thanks to coverage provided by various sports networks.
The two teams have met four times this season; both league encounters ended in a 1-1 draw. The sides cancelled each other out with their wonderful tactical play, with Bayern being the slightly better team in both encounters. Also, before Dortmund went on a sequence of beating…
Mario Götze will not feature in what should have been his last game in a yellow and black shirt. His injury against Real Madrid caused him enough damage to rule him out of the final. Götze’s apology will do little to soften the hearts of those fans who believe that the truth behind the long recovery time might…
The attacking midfielder is Dortmund’s youth product having joined the club at a tender age of eight. Despite his young age the dynamic midfielder has already made 116 appearances for his side. The 20 year old is currently enjoying his best campaign having scored 12 and assisted 14 goals this season.
However on the 23rd of April, Dortmund fans were greeted with heartbreaking news as rivals Bayern Munich decided to trigger the midfielder’s 37 million euros buyout clause, making the midfield prodigy the most expensive German player of all time.
The common mistake which journalists outside of Germany make is a rather simple one; they almost always tend to mention Bastian Schweinsteiger as the captain of Bayern. While he is not the captain, one can understand why they make this mistake. Without Schweinsteiger, Bayern is not even half…
The Champions League was associated with a high amount of ball possession and some additional pressing in previous years. Dortmund completely changed this perception by doing unimaginable damage to their opponents with possession as low as just above thirty percent.
Their intense pressing was just too much to bear.…
The Bavarian derby to be played this week will be the most important one of the season. Bayern will not be involved in it. FC Augsburg will take on Greuther Fürth knowing that a win will see them qualify at least for…
Bayern and FC Nürnberg could both be holding the fates of two relegation battlers in their hands. Augsburg has done extremely well since the winter break but has recently wobbled. They lost 2-0 to SC Freiburg last week, thus remaining in sixteenth spot. This week, the task lying ahead of them is a mammoth one to…
Miami Beach, Florida (May 4, 2013) – Live Soccer TV has gathered exclusive live stream and TV schedules information for football fans who want to watch Borussia Dortmund vs Bayern Munich live. The hosts had a great week celebrating Champions League semi-final success on Real Madrid’s ground, the Santiago Bernabeu. The visitors, meanwhile, are fresh from recording the biggest ever margin of victory at this stage of the competition: a 7-0 dismantling of the mighty Barcelona on aggregate.
It is happening this Saturday, at 12:30pm EST/ 16:30 GMT / 18:30 CET. Borussia Dortmund vs Bayern Munich is the big match on everyone’s mind in Germany. It is a glimpse of the UEFA Champions League final set to take place on Saturday, May 25, 2013.
Bayern München will take on fellow Champions League finalists Borussia Dortmund this week in a ‘preview’ of the showdown at Wembley. Neither side will field their strongest lineups after midweek exertions but everyone…
4-1 and 4-0 are astounding score lines in semifinals. Dortmund demolished Real Madrid thanks to Robert Lewandowski, following Bayern’s demolition job on Barcelona. However, the ties are not over yet. Many teams have pulled off seemingly impossible comebacks in the past. Barcelona in fact is one of them.
Miami Beach, Florida (April 28, 2013) – Millions of spectators worldwide will keep their eyes locked on their screen during Tuesday’s Real Madrid vs Borussia Dortmund match. Some are anti-Madridistas hoping to witness a confirmation of Los Blancos’ failure to reach the UEFA Champions League final at Wembley. Some are German football fans or, specifically, Borussia Dortmund supporters. Others are die-hard Real Madrid fans or neutrals looking to experience thrilling football at its best. With LiveSoccerTV.com (@LiveSoccerTV), you can figure out where to watch Real Madrid vs Borussia Dortmund on Tuesday, April 30, 2013.
Completing impossible comebacks is nothing new in the history of Real Madrid. The current side, however, is yet to ink such an achievement in the books of the UEFA Champions League. Emilio Butragueno branded Tuesday’s clash against Borussia Dortmund as ‘the match of the decade’.
The spirit ruling at the Santiago Bernabeu presently is one marked with faith to pull off a historic upset come Tuesday, April 30, 2013. Every area of Jose Mourinho’s squad will be tested – from the defence to the attack, from the physical stamina to the mental power. Los Blancos have done it many times in the past but what are the current team’s chances of recording a miraculous result against Jurgen Klopp’s perfectly trained Dortmund at the Bernabeu?
We look at a range of post-match quotes which illustrate Real Madrid’s belief that the tie ‘es remontable’ (can be overturned).
1) Pepe: “We did not start the match well. The important thing is that we can turn around the tie and get to the final. We have to think about ourselves. We played badly and we have to accept it, but there is still a match to go.”
Expensive mistakes can only be rectified through priceless perfection. Real Madrid will need to sweat blood at the Bernabeu to revive their hope of winning La Decima in 2013.
Borussia Dortmund 4-1 Real Madrid (UEFA Champions League Semifinal First Leg, 2012-13)
He became the first man to score four goals in a Champions League semifinal; he also became the first player to score four in a single game against Real Madrid in this prestigious competition.
Robert Lewandowski scored four absolutely brilliant goals to ensure that his team takes a three goal advantage to Madrid. All four goals showed different traits of the Pole. His power, skill, calmness and excellence were all on display. The first goal was a display of strength and reflex. Mario Götze delivered a wonderful cross; Lewandowski wrestled Pepe off the ball and connected to score.
Team news and analysis
The big news is that Cristiano Ronaldo is back after missing Saturday’s league derby against Atletico. The UEFA Champions League top scorer has been in the tabloids recently for issues concerning his relationship with girlfriend Irina Shayk. Ronaldo, who strongly refuted The Sun’s report via Twitter, will be hoping to rebuild his tarnished image with a perfect performance on the pitch this Tuesday.
The Portuguese number 7 will likely be given a free role with Karim Benzema and Kaka in contention for a First XI spot along the likes of Mesut Özil, Xabi Alonso, Fabio Coentrao, Sergio Ramos and Raphael Varane.
The Spanish press will have its eyes fixed on Real Madrid’s goal post. Which man, between veteran Iker Casillas and January signing Diego Lopez, will Jose Mourinho pick in what Emilio Butragueno described as ‘Real Madrid’s game of the decade’?