History repeated itself. Barça was defeated again against Bayern Munich, a team that endorsed them 8 goals a little over a year ago. The Bavarian team once again had its two attackers, Müller and Lewandowski, as protagonists, who have become two real headaches for the Catalans, since they are two of the players who have managed to score the most goals for Barça.
The culé team has always stood out for being a difficult team to beat, and much more difficult to beat, so few can boast of having scored more than three goals in their entire career at Barça. Today we review those who have achieved it in the Champions League.
Juninho Pernanbucano was one of the leaders of an Olympique de Lyon that was one of the best teams in Europe at the beginning of the 2000s. The player was a specialist in long distance and free kicks, and in this way the Brazilian was able to score 4 goals in 5 games he played against Barça.
One of the reasons that Real Madrid is in love with Mbappé is because of his ability to score goals for Barça. In only two games in which he has faced the Catalans, the Frenchman has scored four goals. In the last match he played, last season, Mbappé made a hat-trick that destroyed Barça and left him out of the Champions League.
The Polish striker is one of the best scorers in history, and after the two goals he scored against Barça, he is placed on this prestigious list. Lewandowski has scored 4 goals for the Catalans, all with the Bayern Munich shirt.
Shevchenko was a player who won it all with Milan, and also had outstanding performances at Chelsea. However, the best performance of the Ukrainian against the culé team was as a Dynamo Kiev player, with whom he scored a hat-trick in 98. Shevchenko would score two more goals with the Milan shirt.
The German striker, despite not being a typical center forward, Müller has the honor of being the footballer who has scored the most goals for Barça in its history. Yesterday he did not miss his appointment again, since the Bayern footballer scored 6 goals in 6 games, a record.