Bayern Munich 2-1 Atletico Madrid (agg 2-2): Diego Simeone's side book Champions League final place despite defeat at the Allianz Arena after Antoine Griezmann struck crucial away goal
- Robert Lewandowski was denied an opener in the first half after his effort was blocked by Jan Oblak
- Xabi Alonso netted the crucial first for Bayern after his free-kick deflected in off Jose Gimenez
- The young centre back then conceded a penalty but Thomas Muller saw his spot-kick saved
- Antoine Griezmann, who was marginally offside, slotted past Manuel Neuer to put Atletico ahead on aggregate
- But Lewandowski gave Bayern hope with a close ranger header from Arturo Vidal's knockdown
Xabi Alonso put the German side ahead in the first half but Griezmann levelled things up in the second before Robert Lewandowski put the home side back ahead.
Atletico could have put the game to bed but Fernando Torres missed from the spot.
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Antoine Griezmann points towards Fernando Torres after his assist, which saw Atletico Madrid equalise at the Allianz Arena
The France international was marginally offside from the through ball but made no mistake to slot past Manuel Neuer
Robert Lewandowski gave Bayern Munich hope on Tuesday night but the Germans crashed out of the semi-final on away goals
Xabi Alonso (centre) celebrates with his team-mates after levelling the scores on aggregate during the second leg in Munich
The former Liverpool midfielder saw his low free-kick deflect off Jose Gimenez and end up in the back of the Atletico net
Thomas Muller saw his penalty saved by Jan Oblak in the first half after Gimenez was penalised for fouling Javi Martinez
Torres saw a second penalty of the game saved after Neuer got down low to palm his effort away from the penalty box
Bayern's Robert Lewandowski (right) was denied an opener in the first half after his effort was blocked by the Slovenia international
Thomas Muller (right) looks to close down Augusto Fernandez as Bayern pressed the Spanish side from the first whistle
Atletico goalkeeper Oblak (right) rises highest to punch the ball away as Pep Guardiola's pushed for an opener
Franck Ribery (right) is brought down by Atletico captain Gabi as the Spaniards gave their counterparts little space to play
Arturo Vidal (left) closes down Koke as Bayern dominated the opening exchanges between the two sides
Fernando Torres (left) and Saul Niguez close down Bayern's players as David Alaba looks to clear the ball down the pitch
Ribery and Diego Simeone squared up on the touchline as tempers began to flare at the Allianz Arena on Tuesday
Bayern boss Guardiola then got involved to break-up the incident between his player and Atletico's manager