Jurgen Klopp of Borussia Dortmund celebrates with players as his team reach the final. (Getty Images)
Iker Casillas consoles team-mate Sergio Ramos after Real Madrid were eliminated from Champions League. (Getty Images)
Angel Di Maria and Kaka show their disappointment after Real Madrid lost to Borussia Dortmund over two legs. (Getty Images)
Neven Subotic and Sebastian Kehl of Borussia Dortmund celebrate with goalkeeper Roman Weidenfeller after reaching the final of Champions League. (Getty Images)
Sergio Ramos fires in his team's second goal in 87th minute. (Getty Images)
On Wednesday night, Bayern Munich advanced to the Champions League final, routing Barcelona on 7-0 aggregate and setting up the first all-German final against Borussia Dortmund.
Gerard Pique's own goal in the 72nd gave Bayern their second goal as Barcelona showed little offensive spark missing four-time world player of the year Lionel Messi.
The final at London's Wembley Stadium on May 25 will be just the fourth single-nation championship match in Europe. Madrid beat Valencia in 2000, AC Milan defeated Juventus in 2003 and Man United edged Chelsea in 2008.
Coasting from a 4-0 win in the first leg at home last week, Bayern beat Barcelona 3-0. Arjen Robben opened the scoring in the 49th minute.
Thomas Mueller provided the third in the 76th minute to take Bayern en route to a possible fifth title, their first since 2001.