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It will be an all German Champions League Final

Bayern Munich's second battering of Barcelona yesterday, ensured that they will join Borussia Dortmund at Wembley on 23rd May- making it the first ever all German final.

In the past two days, Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich have sealed their places in the Champions League Final at Wembley on 23rd May.

The German teams saw off Spanish super-clubs Real Madrid and Barcelona, respectively, in the semi-finals. Both their performances over the two legs were extremely impressive.

Working like well oiled machines, the German clubs' defences were formidable, their attacking undefendable and each teams' teamwork were unwavering. All in all the Germans made their opponents look second rate.

Jorgen Klopp and Jupp Heynckes' sides have put forward a very good arguement as to why the Bundesliga should be considered the greatest league in the world.

The match in a few weeks will be the first time that two German clubs have reached the Champions League final.

A statement of dominance from Germany has come as a shock to some. However when considering that this will be Bayern's third final in four years, something like this has been on the horizon for a while now.

Who out of the two German clubs will prevail remains to be seen- Bayern Munich are the favourites after their record breaking season.

But many neutrals would prefer the charasmatic Klopp and his players to lift the trophy, due to the beautiful passing game they have stuck with throughout the campaign.

On top of this, everyone likes an underdog...

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