UEFA Champions League : Bayern Munich 3-0 Lazio (agg: 3-1)

Harry Kane scored either side of Thomas Müller's header as Bayern overturned a 1-0 deficit from their round of 16 first leg to reach the UEFA Champions League quarter-finals at Lazio's expense.

Iran PressEurope: Bayern began the second leg under pressure after a meek showing in their 1-0 defeat in Rome, but an early chance for the recalled Leroy Sané set the tone for a dominant first-half display by the hosts.

Another fresh face among the starting line-ups, Ciro Immobile, ended a prolonged spell of Bayern pressure by heading wide when well-placed to double the visitors' aggregate advantage, and Lazio rued that miss as Harry Kane pounced to nod his 50th European goal and draw his side level with his fifth of his club's European campaign.

Lazio then suffered a hammer blow when Thomas Müller connected with Matthijs de Ligt's exquisite strike to head in from close range and give the six-time champions the lead in the tie for the first time, hastening the momentum which Thomas Tuchel's players built upon after the break.

Kane capitalized further when Ivan Provedel could only push Sané's whipped cross into his path, producing a typically composed finish on a night when his goalkeeper, Manuel Neuer, had precious little to do. On this emphatically rediscovered form, Bayern will have few fears in the quarter-finals.


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