Jupp Heynckes says that Bayern Munich must impose themselves on the game against Barcelona this Wednesday evening.
The Bavarians head into the Camp Nou for this Champions League semi-final second leg with a healthy 4-0 advantage to defend.
Their Coach, however, does not want to see them sitting back.
“We have to impose our game. We want our defensive line a long way from our own goal,” commented Heynckes to his club’s official website today.
“Barcelona are a world-class team and they'll try everything they know.
“It means they'll press us from the start and try and put us under pressure.
“We have to try and score a goal or two. And that's well within the bounds of possibility.”
Heynckes also commented that Dante and Jerome Boateng only sat out training today as a precaution and both are expected to be back in time for Wednesday’s match.