FOOTIE TWEETS: Bayern all the rage, Dortmund preparing for CL final, Benteke on fire

This week, the second leg of Champions League semi-finals took place with Bayern Munich cruising past Barcelona 7-0 on aggregate thanks to their 3-0 victory at the Nou Camp on Wednesday.

This week, the second leg of Champions League semi-finals took place with Bayern Munich cruising past Barcelona 7-0 on aggregate thanks to their 3-0 victory at the Nou Camp on Wednesday.

Man City’s Joleon Lescott was thrilled for former teammate and current Munich defender Jerome Boateng and even had the cheek to ask for a couple of tickets to the Wembley final on May 25.

And Joey Barton was full of praise for Bayern’s supremely consistent skipper Philipp Lahm….

Stoke City striker Michael Owen, who doesn’t mind a punt, was left to question whether or not there is a power shift in European football following Borussia Dortmund’s win over Real Madrid and Bayern’s triumph over Barca.

Bayern’s opponent in the CL final, Borussia Dortmund, were experiencing a frenzy of interest in tickets for the London decider.

Whilst Nuri Sahin, on loan with Dortmund from Real Madrid, was enjoying the elimination of his parent club on Tuesday night with his teammates.

Earlier in the week, Norwich City’s Sebastien Bassong was thrilled to see first-year Tottenham player Jan Vertonghen named in the PFA Team of the Year.

Aston Villa keeper Brad Guzan was revelling in their stunning 6-1 win over Sunderland on Monday night.

Whilst Andreas Weimann feels the Villains have done enough to avoid relegation…

And the official Villa page posted a brilliant shot of Christian Benteke who netted a hat-trick in the massive triumph.

With Manchester City skipper Vincent Kompany excited for his fellow countryman.

And former Villa ace Juan Pablo Angel was also full of praise for the first-year Premier League striker.

And Manchester City’s Sergio Aguero was confident that former Argentina teammate and Inter Milan captain Javier ‘Pupi’ Zanetti would fully recover from the Achilles injury that will keep him out for six months following successful surgery.

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