Next in line was not an easy choice because both German outfits on this list beat noteworthy opponents in the first leg. Of the pair, both stand really strong changes in taking UCL gold.
Bayern Munich is a strong contender for the CL title. Although, they suffered a major setback after their 3-0 victory over Chelsea at Stamford Bridge. They will be missing Robert Lewandowski for four weeks, any longer time laid off and they will miss out on the trophy.
He is the top scorer in the tournament to date and will surely leave a hole in the number 9 position. If they can survive the four weeks without their leading target man, they will then definitely take the honours come May 30.
In their Chelsea first leg demolition, Lewandowski was a key figure. He put his name on the scoresheet with one goal and two assists, contributing to everything going forward for Bayern. Thankfully for the German giants, they still have Serge Gnabry and Thomas Müller to lead the assault on the Blues of London. Serge put two past Willy Caballero on the night and appears to be the most lethal asset in the absence of Robert.
They have been one of the best teams, if not, best team during the group stages. But my question is… Have they been challenged by a worthy opponent since the beginning of the group stages in the cup? The answer is no. Tottenham, Olympiacos, and Crvena Zvezda are not really hectic competition.