Bayern Munich Vs. Inter Milan, 2011 UEFA Champions League: Leonardo Brings On Coutinho For Stankovic

Leonardo makes the first change. After five minutes of the second half, the Brazilian has seen enough of this team. He looks to his countryman, Coutinho, while bringing Dejan Stankovic off. The veteran Serb was practically silent today. Now, he's giving way for a more attacking option.

In the 51st minute, we get a glimpse of something we had been unwittingly missing throughout the match. Arjen Robben is down, though when the referee comes over to inquire about the extent of his injury, Robben's pain dissipates and reforms as protest. Wesley Sneijder comes over an picks him up, knowing his countryman's tricks.

One minute later, Bayern is against looking dangerous, working the ball from left flank to the arc, almost hitting an oncoming Bastian Schweinsteiger. Andrea Ranocchia is able to put an outstretched foot to the ball before the FCB midfielder an latch onto a shot, breaking-up the attack.

Now in the 53rd minute, Inter is having a spell on the ball, though they have yet to give Thomas Kraft anything to consider. FCB is stil up, 3-1 on aggregate.

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