Bayern Munich wants to quit the Bundesliga bitter early-class qualifier at the knockout stadium of the Champios League, which will meet AEK in Athens on Wednesday (3.00).
If they will dominate the Allianz Arena, he will add 10 points to add the Ajax win against Benfica, providing an unbeatable 7 points as they remain in the game. In fact, only with its result, the "Bavarian" team would have made very clear progress.
But coach Niko Kovač, who recently attended the Bundesliga, does not want to change: "It will not be much easier than in Athens, it was a very controversial game and I hope this, even in Munich," he said, referring to winning 0 -2 won last week on Greek territory.
His doubts go through the physical factor: Arjen Robben will fall due to a block in his knee and James Rodriguez is in doubt for "twin trouble", according to the club. There will also be Thiaga, Corentin Tolisso and Kingsley Coman, although the latter has taken great steps to recover.
The team's problem is simple for Joshua Kimmich: "At this moment, we do not have enough luck, we have to work for it, to force it to not come alone". So she says, "we do not just want to win but convincingly win and regain our trust."