We're back at the BayArena, where Bayer Leverkusen have kicked off the second half. It came as something of a surprise that their first instinct was not to give the ball straight to a mint shirt, which they've been making a habit of tonight, but the hosts actually manage to mount something approximating a threatening attack, although it's eventually thwarted by the offside flag.
There's another opportunity to take the game to Barcelona a couple of minutes later when Renato Augusto (he's playing) is fouled about 45 yards from goal. The free kick is swung in and Carles Puyol isn't able to clear, allowing Manuel Freidrichs to nearly nip in around the back. It's a difficult chance, and the big defender's unable to get the shot away. That said, the positioning on the set piece from Leverkusen was appalling, with nobody attacking the ball until it flew completely clear of the Barca defence. At least they're giving it a go, however - another half like the first would have bored at least 400,000 people to death.