BATE Borisov midfielder Aliaksandr Hleb said his team had no doubt they could beat German giants Bayern Munich in the Champions League.The Belarusian outfit caused one of the shocks of the season with their emphatic 3-1 victory over the Bavarians on Tuesday.
Bayern Munich defender Holger Badstuber has voiced his dismay with his team's performance in their Champions League loss to BATE on Tuesday.The Bundesliga giants were beaten 3-1 in their second Group F match, but Badstuber has stressed that his side did not underestimate their opponents.
Bayern Munich defender Holger Badstuber was at a loss trying to explain his team's 3-1 defeat to BATE Borisov on Tuesday.The Bundesliga giants were shock losers at Stadyen Dynama as goals from Aleksandr Pavlov, Vitali Rodionov and Renan Bressan fired the Belarusians to a surprise win.
Philipp Lahm has stressed that Bayern Munich have not achieved anything yet and has urged his team-mates to stay focussed.The Bavarians have been in superb form so far this season, having won all their nine official games to date, and Lahm has insisted that they cannot afford to lose concentration now as they prepare for Tuesday's Champions League game away against BATE Borisov.
Bayern Munich coach Jupp Heynckes insists that BATE are favourites heading into Tuesday's Champions League match between the two sides.The Bavarians have won all nine of their matches so far this season, including victories over the likes of Schalke, Borussia Dortmund and Valencia.
Aliaksandr Hleb claims all the pressure is on Bayern Munich in Tuesday’s Champions League group match against BATE.The Belarusian club won at Lille 3-1 in their first match and top Group F, ahead of last year’s runners-up in the continental competition on goal difference.
Bayern Munich will travel to Belarus for the first time to take on Group F leaders BATE Borisov in Champions League action on Tuesday.The German giants have won all of their competitive matches so far this season, including six Bundesliga matches - conceding just two goals in the process - one DFP Pokal clash, and their opening European game against Valencia 2-1.
Toni Kroos says Bayern Munich are brimming with confidence and are keen to go all the way in the Champions League this season.The Bavarians were beaten by Chelsea in the final of last year's edition of club football's premier competition, and Kroos is determined to make amends this season.
Switzerland coach Ottmar Hitzfeld has labelled Bayern Munich one of the favourites to win the Champions League.The 63-year-old expects Bayern to make up for last season's disappointment by delivering silverware come the end of the season, but he not only believes they can conquer Europe, and tipped them to usurp two-time defending Bundesliga champions Borussia Dortmund domestically.
|05-10||Hleb: We knew we could win|
|03-10||Badstuber laments Bayern loss|
|03-10||Badstuber reeling from BATE loss|
|02-10||Lahm urges Bayern to stay focussed|
|02-10||Heynckes not underestimating BATE|
|01-10||Hleb backs BATE in Bayern clash|
|01-10||UEFA Champions League Group F preview: Bayern go to Belarus|
|01-10||Kroos targets Champions League glory for Bayern|
|30-09||Hitzfeld tips Bayern to win Champions League|