vendredi 16 octobre 2015

West Germany and Germany National Team XI of all times.

West Germany and Germany National teams throughout time.

For the other nations, I have presented the most succesful 11, here it will be a bit more. In the comments, I won't dwell on the teams that reached at least the semis (wich are numerous and majoritary) but a bit more on the others wich are still proposed to let show the transition between the late 90s and the 2000s.


1930 : did not make the travel to Uruguay.

 

1934 : that team reached the semis of the World Cup held in Italy (and ranked 3rd).

 

WEST GERMANY 1934

1938 : beaten by Switzerland in France. An exchange of good processes? Pfff. Pass.

 

1954: defeated? There they beat the invincible Hungary. The "miracle of Bern" it is called.

 

WEST GERMANY 1954

 

 

1958 : that aging team managed to reach the semi-finals. In Sweden.

 

WEST GERMANY 1958

(+ Schnellinger)


1962 : that team went through the group stage before being eliminated by Yugoslavia in q-f's.


WEST GERMANY 1962

 

1966 : beaten by England in the World Cup Final, in Wembley.


WEST GERMANY 1966


1970 : vanquished team of the "Match of the Century". 3rd of the Mexican World Cup.


WEST GERMANY 1970


1972 : first European title. West Germany beats CCCP in Brussels.

 

WEST GERMANY 1972

 

1974 : Weltmeister (with some help from the ennemies from the east, one says this, one says nothing)


WEST GERMANY 1974

 

1976 : beaten by Panenka.

 

WEST GERMANY 1976

1978 : elminated at the Second Round stage (beaten by Austria). Holland and Italy qualified from this group. The Group A.

 

1980 : second European title. Beating Belgium in Final. In Rome.

 

WEST GERMANY 1980 (as against Holland and before the final where it'll be more a 4-3-3 with Rummenigge on the right and Allofs on the left and Schuster on the left at midfield)


1982 : not ashamed to finish runner-up (beaten by Italy in Final).


WEST GERMANY 1982

 

1986 : "you need a runner-up, we're here". Beaten by Argentina in the Second Mexican World Cup.

 

WEST GERMANY 1986

As they played in Final with Matthaüs at the marking of Maradona And Brehme to block Olarticoechea (and cover Berthold's attacks).


1988 : Semi-finalists of their Euro.


WEST GERMANY 1988



1990 : Winner of the most spectacular World Cup ever.


WEST GERMANY 1990

1992 : Beaten by Danes in Sweden.

 

GERMANY 1992

 

1994 : the holder of the title managed to reach the quarter-finals where they were beaten by Bulgaria.

A concentration of players starving for (personal) glory and on the lookout for the slightest failure of Matthaüs, at his downhill. Free from Matthaüs (or Brehme also), free from Effenberg, and even Möller before the Final, Sammer would lead Germany to a new title two years later. What was not that expected.
Difficult to reconsruct the puzzle of that '94 team.

 

 

1996 : Winner of the Euro. In Wembley.

 
GERMANY 1996

 

+ Möller (captain) who did not play the Final due to suspension. 11 presented as they played in Final.

 

1998 :  that seriously aging team has been beaten by Croatia in q-f's (3-0).

 

GERMANY 1998
 + Möller, Babbel, Ziege, Helmer... and Kirsten always from the bench. Matthaüs found again his place instead of Thon in the last Group stage's game, then for the knockout matches.The midfield changed a lot. Jeremies did not play all the games but was the best player in the rotation and finally was here in q-f's. The front two never changed.


2000 : a team that did not significantly rejuvenated, with still, Matthaüs in it.

 

GERMANY 2000
Three matches and three different 11. That 11 is a default formation to show the most used players but it corresponds to none of the three 11 wich had been deployed. + Rink, Bode, Rehmer, Kirsten, Hässler (76 min in the first match), Ballack (46 min in the last match). Bierhoff only played the first match (full-time). Scholl scored the only one German goal.


2002 : Runner-up of the Asian World Cup. Beaten by Brazil.


GERMANY 2002
Jeremies played the Final instead of Ballack, suspended. This 11 is a synthesis, a mix of the formation used in Final with the 11 most used players. With Ballack instead of Jeremies.



2004 : 3rd of Group D at the Euro.

 

GERMANY 2004
The end of the transitional team of Kahn and Ballack (not completely the end for Ballack). A team that still managed to reach a World Cup Final. And the beginning of a new successful era with Schweinsteiger and Lahm.


2006 & 2008: 3rd at the homeland (World Cup), Runner-up of the Euro (in Switzerland and Austria).


GERMANY 2006 & 2008

2010 : 3rd in South Africa. Beaten by Spain, like in 2008.



GERMANY 2010

 

2012 : Semi-finalist of the Euro held in Poland and Ukraine. Beaten by Italy which is beaten by Spain in Final.


GERMANY 2012

2014 : World Champion in Brazil.


GERMANY 2014

Kramer played the Final instead of Khedira, burnt-out. Also, there was a rotation in attack (of the men and their position).

2016 : Semi-finalist at the Euro in France. Beaten by France (for the first time bar '58).

GERMANY 2016

As they lined in the semis.

Deprived of Khedira (MF), Hummels (CB), of the "veteran centre forward" Gomez (3 games as a starter, 2 goals, 4 appearances in total), without forgetting Reus injured before the tournament (like in 2014) and with 120 minutes in the legs (+ a penalty shootout) with their quarter-final with Italy, Germany was eliminated by a more athletical and in better shape French team that could also rely on the talent of his striker Griezmann and goalkeeper Lloris when Müller remained silencious in this tournament and that Neuer was not able to repair the errors of his teammates. Boateng get injured at the hour of play in this match too.


An all-time 11? Difficult since in gross, a generation replaces the other for identical effects. I would not pick Wörns anyway.

Edit :
FYT will go with this for its German Dream Team :

GERMANY ALL-TIME XI
With the feeling that the biggest ommission is Maïer, always present in the great appointments. Neuer is still active.

Bayern Munich's XI in European Cups' Finals + All-time XI.


Bayern Munich's XI in European Cup Finals. Formations + Road to the Final/ Run into the Cup.    

Summary:  
Cup Winners Cup 1967 winning team .   
European Champions Clubs' Cup 1974 winning team.   
European Champions Clubs' Cup 1975 winning team.   
European Champions Clubs' Cup 1976 winning team.
European Champions Clubs' Cup 1982 runner-up team.  
European Champions Clubs' Cup 1987 runner-up team.   
UEFA Cup 1996 winning team.   
Champions League 1999 runner-up team.    
Champions League 2001 winning team.   
Champions League 2010 runner-up team.    
Champions League 2012 runner-up team.    
Champions League 2013 winning team.




BAYERN MÜNCHEN 1967
Cup Winners Cup winner 1967.
Run into the competition :
Tatran Presov - Bayern : 1-1 (Roth)
Bayern - Tatran Presov : 3-2 (Brenninger, Müller x2)
Shamrock Rvs - Bayern : 1-1 (Koulmann)
Bayern - Shamrock Rvs : 3-2 (Brenninger, Olhauser, Müller)
Rapid Wien - Bayern : 1-0
Bayern - Rapid Wien : 2-0 (Olhauser, Müller)
Bayern - Standard Liège : 2-0 (Müller, Kupferschmidt)  
Standard Liège - Bayern : 1-3 (Müller x3)
Bayern - Rangers FC : 1-0 (Roth)





















BAYERN MÜNCHEN 1974
European Cup winner 1974.
Run into the competition :
Bayern - Atvidabergs FF : 3-1 (Müller x2, o.g)
Atvidabergs FF - Bayern : 3-1 4-3 (Hoeness)
Bayern - Dyn. Dresden : 4-3 (Hoffmann, Dürnberger, Roth, Müller)
Dyn. Dresden - Bayern : 3-3 (Hoeness x2, Müller)
Bayern - CSKA Sofia : 4-1 (Torstensson x2, Beckenbauer, Müller)
CSKA Sofia - Bayern : 2-1 (Breitner)
Ujpest - Bayern : 1-1 (Torstensson)
Bayern - Ujpest : 3-0 (Torstensson, o.g, Müller)
Bayern - Atlético Madrid : 1-1 (Schwarzenbeck)
Bayern - Atlético Madrid : 4-0 (Hoeness, Müller x3)




















BAYERN MÜNCHEN 1975
European Cup winner 1975.
Run into the competition :
Bayern - 1. FC Magdeburg : 3-2 (Müller x2, o.g)
1. FC Magdeburg - Bayern : 1-2 (Müller x2)
Bayern - FC Ararat : 2-0 (Hoeness, Torstensson)
FC Ararat - Bayern : 1-0
Saint-Etienne - Bayern : 0-0
Bayern - Saint-Etienne : 2-0 (Beckenbauer, Dürnberger)
Bayern - Leeds Utd : 2-0 (Roth, Müller)























BAYERN MÜNCHEN 1976
European Cup winner 1976.
Run into the competition :
Jeunesse d'Esch - Bayern: 0-5 (Zobel x2, Schuster, Rummenigge x2)
Bayern - Jeuness d'Esch : 3-1 (Schuster x3)
Malmö FF - Bayern : 1-0
Bayern - Malmö FF : 2-0 (Dürnberger, Torstensson)
Benfica - Bayern : 0-0
Bayern - Benfica : 5-1 (Dürnberger x2, Rummenigge, Müller x2
Real Madrid - Bayern : 1-1 (Müller)
Bayern - Real Madrid : 2-0 (Müller x2)
Bayern - Saint-Etienne : 1-0 (Roth)
























BAYERN MÜNCHEN 1982
European Cup runner-up 1982.
Run into the competition :
Östers IF - Bayern : 0-1 (Rummenigge)
Bayern - Östers : 5-0 (Hoeness x2, Rummenigge x2, Niedermayer)
Benfica - Bayern : 0-0
Bayern - Benfica : 4-1 (Hoeness x3, Breitner)
U. Craiova - Bayern : 0-2 (Breitner, Rummenigge)
Bayern - U. Craiova : 1-1 (Hoeness)
CSKA Sofia - Bayern : 4-3 (Dürnberger, Hoeness, Breitner)
Bayern - CSKA Sofia : 4-0 (Breitner x2, Rummenigge x2)
Aston Villa - Bayern : 1-0





















BAYERN MÜNCHEN 1987
European Cup runner-up 1987.
Run into the competition :
PSV Eindhoven - Bayern : 0-2 (Mathy x2)
Bayern - PSV Eindhoven : 0-0
Bayern - Austria Wien : 2-0 (Flick, Matthaüs)
Austria Wien - Bayern : 1-1 (Wohlfarth)
Bayern - Anderlecht : 5-0 (Rummenigge, Pflügler, Hoeness x2, Wohlfarth) Anderlecht - Bayern : 2-2 (Wohlfarth, Matthaüs)
Bayern - Real Madrid : 4-1 (Augenthaler, Matthaüs x2, Wohlfarth)
Real Madrid - Bayern : 1-0
Bayern - FC Porto : 1-2 (Kögl)
























BAYERN MÜNCHEN 1996 1_H
UEFA Cup winner 1996.
Run into the competition :
Bayern - Lokomotiv Moskva : 0-1
Lokomotiv Moskva - Bayern : 0-5 (Klinsmann x2, A.Herzog, Scholl, Strunz)
Raith Rovers - Bayern : 0-2 (Klinsmann x2)
Bayern - Raith Rovers : 2-1 (Klinsmann, Babbel)
Bayern - Benfica : 4-1 (Klinsmann x4)
Benfica - Bayern : 1-3 (Klinsmann x2, A.Herzog)
Bayern - Nottingham Forest : 2-1 (Klinsmann, Scholl)
Nottingham Forest - Bayern : 1-5 (Ziege, Strunz, Klinsmann x2, Papin)
Bayern - Barcelona : 2-2 (Witeczek, Scholl)
Barcelona - Bayern : 1-2 (Witeczek, Babbel)
Bayern - Bordeaux : 2-0 (Helmer, Scholl)
Bordeaux - Bayern : 1-3 (Scholl, Kostadinov, Klinsmann)

















BAYERN MÜNCHEN 1996 2_A

































BAYERN MÜNCHEN 1999
Champions League runner-up 1999.
Run into the competition :
Qualifiers:
Bayern - FK Obilic : 4-0 (Effenberg, Elber, Zickler, Fink)
FK Obilic - Bayern : 1-1 (Matthaüs)

Group stage:
Brøndby - Bayern : 2-1 (Babbel)
Bayern - Manchester Utd : 2-2 (Elber, o.g)
Bayern - Barcelona : 1-0 (Effenberg)
Barcelona - Bayern : 1-2 (Zickler, Salihamidžić)
Bayern - Brøndby : 2-0 (Jancker, Basler)
Manchester Utd - Bayern : 1-1 (Salihamidžić)
Knockout stages :
Bayern - Kaiserslautern : 2-0 (Elber, Effenberg)
Kaiserslautern - Bayern : 0-4 (Effenberg, Jancker, o.g, Basler)
Dyn. Kiev - Bayern : 3-3 (Tarnat, Effenberg, Jancker)
Bayern - Dn. Kiev : 1-0 (Basler)
Manchester Utd - Bayern : 2-1 (Basler)














BAYERN MÜNCHEN 2001
Champions League winner 2001.
Run into the competition :
1st group stage :
Helsingborgs - Bayern : 1-3 (Scholl, Salihamidžić, Jancker)
Bayern - Rosenborg : 3-1 (Jancker, Elber, Linke)
Paris St.-Germain - Bayern : 1-0
Bayern - Paris St.-Germain : 2-0 (Salihamidžić, P.Sérgio)
Bayern - Helsingborgs : 0-0
Rosenborg - Bayern : 1-1 (Jeremies)
2nd group stage :
Bayern - Lyon : 1-0 (Jeremies)
Arsenal - Bayern : 2-2 (Tarnat, Scholl)
Bayern - Spartak Moskva : 1-0 (Elber)
Spartak Moskva - Bayern : 0-3 (Scholl x2, P.Sérgio)
Lyon - Bayern : 3-0
Bayern - Arsenal : 1-0 (Elber)
Knockout stages :
Manchester Utd - Bayern : 0-1 (P.Sérgio)
Bayern - Manchester Utd : 2-1 (Elber, Scholl)
Real Madrid - Bayern : 0-1 (Elber)
Bayern - Real Madrid : 2-1 (Elber, Jeremies)
Bayern - Valencia : 1-1 5-4 (Effenberg)














BAYERN MÜNCHEN 2010
Champions League runner-up 2010.
Run into the competition :
Group stage :
Maccabi Haïfa - Bayern : 0-3 (Buyten, Müller x2)
Bayern - Juventus : 0-0
Bordeaux - Bayern : 2-1 (o.g)
Bayern - Bordeaux : 0-2
Bayern - Maccabi Haïfa : 1-0 (Olić)
Juventus - Bayern : 1-4 (Butt, Olić, Gómez, Tymoshchuk)
Knockout stages :
Bayern - Fiorentina : 2-1 (Robben, Klose)
Fiorentina - Bayern : 3-2 (Bommel, Robben)
Bayern - Manchester Utd : 2-1 (Ribéry, Olić)
Manchester Utd - Bayern : 3-2 (Olić, Robben)
Bayern - Lyon : 1-0 (Robben)
Lyon - Bayern : 0-3 (Olić x3)
Bayern - Inter : 0-2














BAYERN MÜNCHEN 2012
Champions League runner-up 2012.
Run into the competition :
Group stage :
Villareal - Bayern : 0-2 (Kroos, Rafinha)
Bayern - Manchester City : 2-0 (Gómez x2)
Napoli - Bayern : 1-1 (Kroos)
Bayern - Napoli : 3-2 (Gómez x3)
Bayern - Villareal : 3-1 (Ribéry x2, Gómez)
Manchester City - Bayern : 2-0 
Knockout stage :
FC Basel - Bayern : 1-0
Bayern -  FC Basel : 7-0 (Robben x2, Müller, Gómez x4)
Marseille - Bayern : 0-2 (Gómez, Robben)
Bayern - Marseille : 2-0 (Olić x2)
Bayern - Real Madrid : 2-1 (Ribéry, Gómez)
Real Madrid  - Bayern : 2-1 1-3 (Robben)
Bayern - Chelsea : 1-1 3-4 (Müller)














BAYERN MÜNCHEN 2013
Champions League winner 2013.
Run into the competition :
Group stage :
Bayern - Valencia : 2-1 (Schweinsteiger, Kroos)
BATE Borisov - Bayern : 3-1 (Ribéry)
Lille - Bayern : 0-1 (Müller)
Bayern - Lille : 6-1 (Schweinsteiger, Pizarro x3, Robben, Kroos)
Valencia - Bayern : 1-1 (Müller)
Bayern - BATE Borisov : 4-1 (Gómez, Müller, Shaqiri, Alaba)
Knockout stages :
Arsenal - Bayern : 1-3 (Kroos, Müller, Mandžukić)
Bayern - Arsenal : 0-2
Bayern - Juventus : 2-0 (Alaba, Müller)
Juventus - Bayern : 0-2 (Mandžukić, Pizarro)
Bayern - Barcelona : 4-0 (Müller x2, Gómez, Robben)
Barcelona - Bayern : 0-3 (Robben, o.g, Müller)
B. Dortmund - Bayern : 1-2 (Mandžukić, Robben)






 

 

 

 

 

 



Bayern Munich All-time XI?

Tempting. Not focusing on the European Cups even if that counts. A lot.



BAYERN MÜNCHEN ALL-TIME XI (a)

Or, for the "depreciators" of Ballack :

BAYERN MÜNCHEN ALL-TIME XI (b)

For the lovers of Robben :

BAYERN MÜNCHEN ALL-TIME XI (c)

Not a bad one this last one, really. Anyway, it "starts well" with an undecison concerning the Keepers (that justifies easily in my view) and it could have included Pfaff, Aumann or even another keeper from the ancient times (before Maïer), possibly. In defence, Lahm and Lizarazu are pretty equal everything considered even if I'd give the edge for Liza so his presence in the three versions. Alaba comes number three. The legendary CB pairing Beckenbauer-Schwarzenbeck would be backed-up by Augenthaler-Kohler. Brehme (more K'lautern and Inter in my opinion), like Breitner, played in defence and midfield. At midfield, Breitner was central, contrarily to his position in the Dream Team (b) where he is displaced due to the presence of Matthaüs and that Breitner fits better to the LM role in this 4-4-2. Brehme, as a midfielder, was more in a role wich was mix of DM and LM. Matthaüs, no comment even if it's not Maradona, but Maradona did not play for Munich. So it's him the 10 here (with Beckenbauer and Breitner that's much leaders but well, it is a virtual team, and will forever be so no problem). Effenberg and Schweinsteiger are very equal choices to complete a 4-3-3 even if Schweini had a bit more consistency, that for Bayern as for the National Team. Effenberg's return in Bavaria has been a big success on the pitch. Rummenigge is Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (his brother Michael played for Bayern too). Gerd Müller is the iconic #9 both for Bayern and the German National Team. To complete the attack line in a 4-3-3, Robben will be preferred to Ribéry.
On the bench, out of possibly, Ribéry, the presence of Uli Hoeness seems certain. Lucio is another good defender that can be cited in addition to Augenthaler-Kohler. The brilliant attacking midfielder who was Mehmet Scholl must be ready to enter the pitch at any moment too if needed, in the case of a Robben's injury for exemple, if it's the 4-3-3, or to bring something else to the 4-4-2 that have been proposed, with his dribbling and also his passes forward. To second Müller (talking Müller, we can already add Thomas Müller to the back-up solutions), Makaay and Elber are other possibilities and since recent times the Polish striker Robert Lewandowski appears like a sub of high quality for "Der Bomber", Gerd Müller, the one wich we particularly think of these days.

Roll of honour :


Maïer, Kahn, Neuer, Augenthaler, Breitner - Lahm, U.Hoeness, Beckenbauer, Schwarzenbeck, Lizarazu - Scholl, Matthaüs, Effenberg, Schweinsteiger, Ballack - Robben, Paulo Sergio, K-H Rummenigge, Zé Roberto, Ribéry - Lewandowski, Makaay, G.Müller, Elber, T.Müller.

Then, in complement, and amongst the ones who have not already been cited (since the 70s) : 
- 70s : Brenninger, Dürnberger, Kappelmann, Roth...Horsmann...
- 80s : Lerby, Wohlfarth, Thon, Reuter...D.Hoeness...
- 90s : Strunz, Helmer, Babbel, Ziege, Jorginho...Klinsmann...
- 2000s : Deisler, Jeremies, Hargreaves, Salihamidzic, Sagnol, van Bommel, L.Toni...
- 2010s : Gomez,  Kroos. Right now J.Boateng and Douglas Costa...


Edit (for the text before) : Maradona played for Bayern.




mercredi 14 octobre 2015

Toni Kroos - Detailed stats in European Cups

Toni Kroos

Toni KROOS - Matches and goals in the European Cups.

Matches 1-49 with FC Bayern München. Matches 50-85 with Real Madrid CF.


UEFA Cup 2007-2008
 1.  Os Belenenses              (A, S, 81)            2-0
 2.  Crvena Zvezda              (A, S, 81)            3-2         1 goal  (90fk, 3-2)
 3.  Bolton Wanderers           (H, S, 61)            2-2
 4.  Aberdeen FC                (H, T, 69)            5-1
 5.  RSC Anderlecht             (H, T, 46)            1-2
 6.  Zenit St. Petersburg       (H, S, 80)            1-1

Champions League 2008-2009
 7.  AC Fiorentina              (A, S, 79)            1-1

Champions League 2010-2011
 8.  AS Roma                    (H, T, 90)            2-0
 9.  FC Basel                   (A, T, 57)            2-1
10.  CFR Cluj                   (H, T, 90)            3-2
11.  CFR Cluj                   (A, T, 90)            4-0
12.  AS Roma                    (A, T, 90)            3-2
13.  FC Basel                   (H, T, 68)            3-0
14.  FC Internazionale          (H, S, 90)            2-3

Champions League Qual. 2011-2012
15.  FC Zürich                  (H, T, 57)            2-0
16.  FC Zürich                  (A, T, 64)            1-0
Champions League 2011-2012
17.  Villareal CF               (A, T, 81)            2-0         1 goal  (7/ 1-0)
18.  Manchester City            (H, T, 83)            2-0
19.  SSC Napoli                 (A, T, 90)            1-1         1 goal  (2/ 1-0)
20.  SSC Napoli                 (H, T, 90)            3-2
21.  Villareal CF               (H, T, 90)            3-1
22.  FC Basel                   (A, T, 88)            0-1
23.  FC Basel                   (H, T, 90)            7-0
24.  Ol. Marseille              (A, T, 63)            2-0
25.  Ol. Marseille              (A, T, 67)            2-0
26.  Real Madrid CF             (H, T, 90)            2-1
27.  Real Madrid CF             (A, T, 120)           1-2 3-1
28.  Chelsea FC                 (N, T, 120)           1-1 3-4

Champions League 2012-2013
29.  Valencia CF                (H, T, 90)            2-1         1 goal  (76/ 2-0)
30.  BATE Borisov               (A, T, 90)            1-3
31.  Lille OSC                  (A, T, 81)            1-0
32.  Lille OSC                  (H, S, 60)            6-1         1 goal  (66/ 6-1)
33.  Valencia CF                (A, T, 66)            1-1
34.  BATE Borisov               (H, T, 64)            4-1
35.  Arsenal FC                 (A, T, 73)            3-1         1 goal  (7/ 1-0)
36.  Arsenal FC                 (H, T, 81)            0-2
37.  Juventus FC                (H, T, 16)            2-0

Champions League 2013-2014
38.  CSKA Moskva                (H, T, 71)            3-0
39.  Manchester City            (A, T, 90)            3-1
40.  Viktoria Plzen             (H, T, 90)            5-0
41.  Viktoria Plzen             (A, T, 90)            1-0
42.  CSKA Moskva                (A, T, 90)            3-1
43.  Manchester City            (H, T, 90)            2-3
44.  Arsenal FC                 (A, T, 90)            2-0         1 goal  (54/ 1-0)
45.  Arsenal FC                 (H, S, 59)            1-1
46.  Manchester Utd             (A, T, 74)            1-1
47.  Manchester Utd             (H, T, 90)            3-1
48.  Real  Madrid CF            (A, T, 90)            0-1
49.  Real  Madrid CF            (H, T, 90)            0-4

Champions League 2014-2015
50.  FC Basel                   (H, T, 90)            5-1 
51.  Ludogorets                 (A, S, 73)            2-1
52.  Liverpool FC               (A, T, 81)            3-0
53.  Liverpool FC               (H, T, 90)            1-0
54.  FC Basel                   (A, T, 90)            1-0
55.  Ludogorets                 (H, T, 60)            4-0
56.  Schalke 04                 (A, T, 90)            2-0
57.  Schalke 04                 (H, T, 90)            3-4
58.  Atlético Madrid            (A, T, 90)            0-0
59.  Atlético Madrid            (H, T, 90)            1-0
60.  FC Juventus                (A, T, 90)            1-2
61.  FC Juventus                (H, T, 90)            1-1
 

Champions League 2015-2016
62.  Shakhtar Donetsk           (H, T, 90)            4-0
63.  Malmö FF                   (A, T, 90)            2-0
64.  Paris Saint-Germain        (A, T, 90)            0-0
65.  Paris Saint-Germain        (H, T, 90)            1-0
66.  Shakhtar Donetsk           (A, S, 62)            4-3
67.  AS Roma                    (A, T, 90)            2-0
68.  AS Roma                    (H, T, 90)            2-0
69.  VfL Wolfsburg              (A, T, 85)            0-2
70.  VfL Wolfsburg              (H, T, 90)            3-0
71.  Manchester City            (A, T, 90*)           0-0
72.  Manchester City            (H, T, 90)            1-0
73.  Atlético Madrid            (N, T, 72)            1-1 5-3



Champions League 2016-2017
74.  Sporting CP                (H, T, 77)            2-1
75.  Borussia Dortmund          (A, T, 90)            2-2
76.  Legia Warszawa             (H, T, 90)            5-1
77.  Legia Warszawa             (A, T, 90)            3-3
78.  Borussia Dortmund          (H, S, 63)            2-2
79.  SSC Napoli                 (H, T, 90)            3-1         1 goal  (49/ 2-1)
80.  SSC Napoli                 (A, T, 90)            3-1
81.  Bayern München             (A, T, 90)            2-1
82.  Bayern München             (H, T, 114)           4-2 a.e.t
83.  Atlético de Madrid         (H, T, 90)            3-0
84.  Atlético de Madrid         (A, T, 90)            1-2
85.  FC Juventus                (N, T, 89)            4-1

*: subbed out at the 90th minute.

 

Results by season:

2007-2008: eliminated in Semi-final of the UEFA Cup by Zenit St. Petersburg. Zenit wins the Cup over Rangers FC.
2008-2009: 1 match played in CL. Bayern is eliminated in Q-f's by Barça.
2010-2011: eliminated in the Round of 16 of the CL by Inter.
2011-2012: beaten in the Champions League Final by Chelsea. Missed his pk against Real in the penalty shootout.
2012-2013: missed the final part of the season (due to injury/ see match #37, it was in in Q-f's). His club, Bayern, won the the Champions League.
2013-2014: eliminated in Semi-finals of the CL by Real Madrid who beats Atlético Madrid in Final.
2014-2015: eliminated in Semi-finals of the CL by Juventus. Juve is beaten by Barça in Final.
2015-2016: winner of the Champions League over Atlético de Madrid.

2016-2017: winner of the Champions League over Juventus.

 

Best results and stats:

Two times Winner of the Champions League : 2016, 2017.
Runner-up of the Champions League in 2012.
Twice Semi-finalist of the Champions League: in 2014 and in 2015.
Semi-finalist of the UEFA Cup in 2008.
77 matches/ 7 goals in Champions League (+ 2/ 0 in CL Qual.) and 6 matches/ 1 goal in UEFA Cup.



European Supercup:
2013 (Bayern)
 1.  Chelsea FC                  (N, T, 120)             2-2 5-4

2014 (Real)
 2.  Sevilla FC                  (N, T, 90)              2-0

2 matches, 2 titles. Scored his pk against Chelsea.


Club World Cup:
2013
(Bayern)
 1.  Guangzhou Evergrande        (N, T, 58)              3-0
 2.  Raja Casablanca             (N, T, 60)              2-0

2014 (Real)
 3.  Cruz Azul                   (N, T, 73)              4-0
 4.  San Lorenzo                 (N, T, 90)              2-0

2016 (Real)
 5.  CF América                  (N, T, 72)              2-0
 6.  Kashima Antlers             (N, T, 120)             4-2 a.e.t


6 matches/ no goals, 3 titles.


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Bo Larsson - Detailed stats in the European Cups

Bosse Larsson

Bo Göran Larsson, Bo "Bosse" Larsson - Matches and goals in the European Cups.

Matches 1-3 and 6-31 for Malmö FF. Matches #4 and 5 for VFB Stuttgart.


Champions Cup 1964-1965                       
 1.  Lokomotiv Sofia            (A, T, 90)            3-8        2 goals (51, 62/ 2-6, 3-8)
 2.  Lokomotiv Sofia            (H, T, 90)            2-0        2 goals (23p, 31)

Inter-cities Fairs Cup 1965-1966
 3.  TSV 1860 München           (H, T, 90)            0-3

Inter-cities Fairs Cup 1966-1967
 4.  Burnley FC                 (H, T, 90)            1-1
 5.  Burnley FC                 (A, T, 90)            0-2

Inter-cities Fairs Cup 1969-1970
 6.  VFB Stuttgart              (H, T, 90)            1-1        1 goal  (65/ 1-1)

Inter-cities Fairs Cup 1970-1971
 7.  Hibernian FC               (A, T, 90)            0-6
 8.  Hibernian FC               (H, T, 90)            2-3        1 goal  (23/ 1-0)

Champions Cup 1971-1972
 9.  Ujpesti Dozsa SC           (A, T, 90)            0-4
10.  Ujpesti Dozsa SC           (H, T, 90)            1-0

Champions Cup 1972-1973
11.  SL Benfica                 (H, T, 90)            1-0        1 goal  (11)
12.  SL Benfica                 (A, T, 90)            1-4

Cup Winners Cup 1973-1974
13.  Pezoporikos Larnaca        (A, S, 46)            0-0
14.  Pezoporikos Larnaca        (H, T, 90)           11-0        1 goal  (50/ 7-0)
15.  FC Zürich                  (H, T, 90)            1-1

Cup Winners Cup 1974-1975
16.  FC Reipas Lahti            (H, T, 90)            3-1        2 goals (35, 87/ 1-1, 3-1)
17.  FC Reipas Lahti            (A, T, 90)            0-0
18.  Ferencvarosi TC            (H, T, 90)            1-3
19.  Ferencvarosi TC            (A, T, 90)            1-1

Champions Cup 1975-1976
20.  1. FC Magdeburg            (H, T, 90)            2-1        1 goal  (57p/ 2-1)
21.  1. FC Magdeburg            (A, T, 90)            1-2 2-1
22.  Bayern München             (H, T, 90)            1-0
23.  Bayern München             (A, T, 90)            0-2

Champions Cup 1976-1977
24.  Torino FC                  (H, T, 90)            1-0

UEFA Cup 1977-1978
25.  RC Lens                    (A, T, 90)            1-4

Champions Cup 1978-1979
26.  AS Monaco                  (H, T, 90)            0-0
27.  AS Monaco                  (A, T, 90)            1-0
28.  Dynamo Kiev                (A, T, 90)            0-0
29.  Dynamo Kiev                (H, T, 90)            2-0
30.  Wisla Krakow               (A, T, 90)            1-2
31.  Wisla Krakow               (H, T, 82)            4-1


Results by season:

1964-1965: eliminated in the First Round of the Champions Cup by Lokomotiv Sofia.
1965-1966: eliminated in the First Round of the Fairs Cup by TSV 1860.
1966-1967: eliminated in the First Round of the Fairs Cup by Burnley FC.
1969-1970: eliminated in the First Round of the Fairs Cup by VFB Stuttgart. Did not play the first leg away.
1970-1971: eliminated in the First Round of the Fairs Cup by Hibernian FC.
1971-1972: eliminated in the First Round of the Champions Cup by Ujpest.
1972-1973: eliminated in the First Round of the Champions Cup by SL Benfica.
1973-1974: elimintated in the Second Round of the Cup Winners Cup by FC Zürich.
1974-1975: eliminated in Quarter-finals of the Cup Winners Cup by Ferencvaros.
1975-1976: eliminated in the R. of 16/ Second Round of the Champions Cup by Bayern Munich. Missed his pk against Magdeburg.
1976-1977: eliminated in the First Round of the Champions Cup by Torino FC.
1977-1978: eliminated in the First Round of the UEFA Cup by RC Lens.
1978-1979: did not play the Champions Cup Final won by nottingham Forest over his club, Malmö FF. Did not play in semi-finals neither.

Best results and stats:

17 matches/ 6 goals in Champions Cup. 7 matches/ 3 goals in Cup Winners Cup. 7 matches/ 2 goals in Fairs/ UEFA Cup.

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