Thomas Muller, a forward for Bayern Munich, believes that Tuesday’s UEFA Champions League group stage match between the Bavarians and Barcelona will be a “open game”.
Muller also disclosed that during their Champions League crash with the Laliga giants, Bayern Munich would oust Barcelona striker Robert Lewandowski.
Speaking ahead of the game, Muller said (via sport1): “We have to play our game. Barcelona are strong in the transition game, and it is important to take Lewy out of the game. Our game is designed to be bilious when we lose the ball.”
He added: “The game will be more open. The three draws in the league were against opponents who are heavily defended at the back.
“The pure optimist could say: Here we go again.”