A goalless draw against Sevilla on Wednesday was enough to send Bayern Munich into the Champions League last four with a 2-1 aggregate victory to keep their hopes of a treble-winning season alive. Ever Banega missed the first leg with a yellow card suspension and his return will help Sevilla in midfield.
Sevilla did find the net once when the teams met last week on Spanish soil, Pablo Sarabia putting them ahead in the first half, but were eventually beaten by a pair of deflected goals. Under Pep they were so dominant offensively, had so much possession, so high up the pitch.
"When they lost in previous years to Real Madrid, Barcelona and Atletico Madrid a lot of the goals were on the counter attack".
"We will play with the same pride or even more".
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So it's fair to say that it's pretty hard to win that many league titles unless you last in the game for a long time, well Bayern's Kingsley Coman has completely screwed over that theory.
"The team is already focused on Wednesday - we really want to reach the semi-finals of the Champions League". Not only did he score two goals he also created the third one as well to exhibit a complete performance.
Kenedy has been given regular first team opportunities by manager Rafa Benitez, and has scored two goals in eight appearances for the Magpies so far, impressing with his forays up the left flank. They aren't relying on Arjen Robben or Franck Ribery being brilliant, Kingsley Coman has had a very good season.
Robert Lewandowski was one of six regulars not to start on Saturday. The German global should line up alongside compatriot Mats Hummels at the heart of the Bayern defence, while Juan Bernat is likely to continue deputising for Alaba at left-back.