Felipe Santana is upbeat for Borussia Dortmund’s chances of beating Malaga next week, despite first-leg frustration at La Rosaleda.
The Germans created more of the chances in Wednesday evening’s Champions League quarter-final first leg, but can only take a 0-0 result back to Germany.
“Obviously there is frustration for us because Malaga has a good team and we had chances to score but did not take them,” Santana told UEFA’s official website afterwards.
“However, there are 90 minutes remaining and they are 90 minutes at home. We will score goals. We will have the same atmosphere as ever waiting for them.
“The whole world knows what it can be like in our stadium, with well over 70,000 people behind us. It helps us a lot.
“We have to count on the backing of our supporters so that we win and get to the semi-final.”
Jurgen Klopp’s side have attracted admirers this term once more for their attacking style of football.
“Comparisons between our and Barcelona's style of football will have to wait – it is good to hear that but we have to continue doing this again and again until one day we perhaps merit comparison with Barca.
“There is a lot of time left before we can get to the semi-final or the final and there is a tough game against a good team left.
“They have many very good players. Now we have to ensure we stay concentrated and intense in our attitude in order to overcome them.”