Some legitimate, some less legitimate, appeals about Bayern's goals don't cloud what was generally a very professional, clinical performance, impressive across all areas of the pitch - whether this was simply due to Messi and other players simply not turning up, dunno. An away goal would've been nice just to make next wednesday somewhat worth watching.
Most people are calling last night a changing of the guards in terms of Europe's most dominant club and it's difficult to argue with. Should Bayern perform like that in the final I'm not sure if I'll have ever seen a more worthy Champions League winner - though i'm probably jinxing it by repeating what others said in '99
Wrexham beat Kidderminster in a play-off final first leg; Sheff U are safe in the play-offs but lose again looking pretty hopeless; Blackburn save themselves from relegation by beating Millwall, who also should be fine but might be nervous.
Dortmund - Madrid tonight. Hopefully will be as memorable as last night but for more competitive reasons.