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Bayern heroics enough to split Pep's trousers!

SoccerBy Kevin Palmer
Guardiola left red faced
Guardiola left red faced

Bayern Munich ran riot as they claimed their place in the Champions League semi-finals - but the win came amid an embarrassing wardrobe malfunction for their boss Pep Guardiola.

Bayern hammered FC Porto 6-1 in Munich to claim a 7-4 aggregate victory, as the German champions stormed back from a shock first leg defeat to march into the last four.

Yet it was Guardiola's leg that was all the talk on social media, with the Spaniard thigh popping through his ripped trousers on the touchline.

Meanwhile, Roy Keane said he felt sorry for David Luiz after the Brazilian turned in another poor display for Paris Saint-Germain as his side were well beaten by Barcelona.

Neymar scored twice in a 2-0 win to wrap up a 5-1 aggregate success for the Catalan giants, with Keane offering this view of Luiz's latest horror show.

“I actually feel sorry for him, he just looks lost,” said ITV pundit Keane. “He doesn’t smell danger and the stuff there is literally schoolboy stuff.

“You’ve got to give the boy sympathy, a little bit. Because he doesn’t look like he knows what he’s doing.”