Bright Bayern Munich finished a staggering Champions League semi-last battering of Barcelona, beating them 3-0 on the night to advancement 7-0 on total, to set up a mouthwatering Wembley last against Bundesliga equals Borussia Dortmund.
Heading 4-0 from the first leg, Bayern were also clinical at the Nou Camp with second-half objectives from Arjen Robben, Gerard Pique -who put through his particular net -and Thomas Muller fixing an uneven score over a sad Barca side for whom Lionel Messi was an unused substitute.
The triumph sees Bayern through to their third last in four years and they will have a specific end goal, which is to enhance their runner-up completions against Inter Milan in 2010 and Chelsea a year ago when they confront Real Madrid’s winners Dortmund -in the rivalry’s first all-German last -on May 25.
Barca were up against it with just three groups steadily having upset a four-objective first-leg setback in Europe, and their possibilities of joining that record looked even slimmer after Messi was judged not fit enough to begin the amusement.
The Argentina forward has been battling with a hamstring issue as of late and, granted that he scored in the wake of showing up as a second-half substitute in Saturday’s Primera Division draw with Athletic Bilbao, mentor Tito Vilanova picked just to name him on the seat.
Indeed, with Messi in their side, Barca scarcely pained Bayern throughout the first leg, and it was the German champions who ruled the early trades in Barcelona simultaneously.
Robben and Philipp Lahm both looked ready to give Bayern what might more likely than not have been a tie-finish away objective in the opening 20 minutes yet Pique processed bright final dump handles to deny both players.
Barca’s first genuine danger on objective came in the 24th moment when Pedro Rodriguez saw his 30-yard drive tipped over by Manuel Neuer as it arrowed towards the top corner.
Two minutes after the fact Xavi volleyed a nice opening over from seven yards out while Adriano drew a moderately agreeable safeguard from Neuer in the 40th moment, yet those were uncommon minutes of concern for Bayern in the opening period.
Barca remained unchanged at the begin of the second half with Messi proceeding the seat, yet any trusts the planet’s best player may later rouse an implausible fightback vanished three minutes after the restart as Bayern took the lead.
Robben grabbed a long cross-field pass from David Alaba close to the right touchline before hustling into the region where he cut inside Adriano onto his favoured left foot and twisted an unstoppable shot past Victor Valdes inside the far post.
That away objective left Barca expecting to score six times to live out to a fourth last in eight years, and it demonstrated well past them.
With the tie gone, Vilanova picked to hold Messi under wraps and his first two progressions saw him send on Alexis Sanchez and Thiago for Spain twosome Xavi and Andres Iniesta.
Notwithstanding those progressions Bayern pressed on to look agreeable and they copied their lead 18 minutes from time.
Franck Ribery got in behind Dani Alves down the left and his cross was cut into his particular net by Pique with Mario Mandzukic prowling behind.
Ribery was likewise included four minutes after the fact as Bayern loaded more wretchedness on Barca with a third objective.
The home side had truly verged on making it 2-1 minutes prior when Villa’s looking header hit the outside of the post, however it was diversion, set and match for the Germans in the 76th moment when Ribery blast past Alex Song before dinking a cross to the far post where Muller climbed most noteworthy to head elevated home.
Shell-stunned Barca tried to discover an encouragement objective late on yet Jupp Heynckes’ side expected firm to remember record a 22nd score in their final 23 focused diversions and seal their spot in the last.