Heynckes the star at Bavaria’s record night
At the victory in Istanbul, the Bayern set some new records. Jupp Heynckes may call himself record coach, but it is also a very special evening for Sandro Wagner.
If Jupp Heynckes hadn’t been a monument to FC Bayern Bayern for a long time, then now would be a good time to build one for him.
The coach of the Munich team won his eleventh consecutive Champions League victory in a 3-1 win for Bavaria at Besiktas Istanbul, making him the only record holder.
The eleven victories in detail:
02.04.2013: FC Bayern – Juventus Turin 2:0, quarter-finals10.04.2013: Juventus Turin – FC Bayern 0:2, quarter-finals23.04.2013: FC Bayern – FC Barcelona 4:0, semi-finals01.05.2013: FC Barcelona – FC Bayern 0:3, semi-finals25.05.2013: Borussia Dortmund – FC Bayern 1
But the successful evening in Istanbul brought further milestones for the German record holder. With Thiago’s lead goal, the Bayern broke the barrier of 100 goals in the current season. Franck Ribery also completed his 100th birthday. European Cup game.
Sandro Wagner also found the game a very special one: He celebrated his Champions League comeback seven years after the striker for Werder Bremen had his last appearance in the top division. As the icing on the cake, Wagner scored the goal for the 3:1 final score.