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Arturo Vidal gave Bayern Munich a slender 1-0 lead for their Champions League quarterfinal return leg at Benfica next week, after hitting the winner just 109 seconds into Tuesday's first leg.In the buildup, Bayern coach Pep Guardiola had described Benfica as having "perhaps the best back four" in Europe, after leaking just 19 goals in the Portuguese league this season.However, it took less then two minutes for Bayern to break the Benfica defense.Vidal took a painful blow for the Bayern team just before the break when he blocked a shot from Benfica captain Nicolas Gaitan with his nether regions.Vitoria's men will be without their Brazilian hot-shot Jonas, who has scored 30 goals in the Portuguese league, for the return leg after a 58th-minute foul on Vidal.
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