10 things on the Bayern Munich and Germany Raumdeuter — Thomas Müller

10 things on the Bayern Munich and Germany Raumdeuter — Thomas Müller”

Mark Lovell covers Bayern Munich for ESPN FC. "If I could choose between the Ballon d'Or and winning the World Cup with my team, I would always choose the World Cup". This may not be Bayern's strongest opponent so far this season, but it is their biggest game.

James Rodriguez moved to Bayern Munich from Real Madrid on a loan deal in the summer. "Especially in the first half". They are currently sitting in sixth place in La Liga and have not won a game in the league in three attempts.

"When you're in this kind of competition, opponents demand a lot of your mental and physical energy", he told a pre-match press conference.

Bayern have scored 35 goals in their last ten games, and all of their Champions League games this season have featured three goals or more. "Otherwise, we will never win in Sevilla". On the one hand, it's impressive, it shows how good we are'. In possession, they are comfortable but can be susceptible to quick counter-attacks as Sevilla showed with their two goals at Old Trafford.

Bayern Munich will be making their 17th appearance in a Champions League quarter-finals; the most in the history of the competition.

Yet Robben is right. "That's why you need to enjoy successful days like today when they come along".

Paris coach Unai Emery is said to be departing after his contract is unlikely to be extended as St. Germain failed to proceed beyond the last 16 in the Champions League after being beaten 5-2 on aggregate by Real Madrid.

Since taking over in October, Heynckes has transformed a team which looked disjointed, frayed and directionless. "He's a player with a great temperament, able to score goals and I think he is a very complete player". In Sven Ulreich, he has turned a much maligned liability into a goalkeeping giant.

He faces his next hurdle in Seville on Tuesday evening. Heynckes, the transformer, wants to change all that. 'It isn't relevant anymore. "There is no reason to underestimate a team of that quality".

Meanwhile Munich's chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge stated the club would announce a new coach following Heynckes by the end of the month. Bayern, playing simple, counter-attacking football, are just going about their business again.

A league title almost certain to be sewn up in early April, a cup semifinal in a few weeks and the last eight of the Champions League. "I'm not made for the Ballon d'Or", he once said. They will be full of confidence after smashing Borussia Dortmund 6-0.

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