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Champions League: The battles that will define Liverpool vs. Bayern Munich

The second of three Anglo-German Champions League ties begins on Tuesday with a clash of two of Europe's biggest beasts. Ahead of the game, DW takes a look at the on-pitch battles that will define the big last-16 clash.

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