Rudi Garcia: Bayern Munich doesn’t seem to have any weaknesses: Okezone the ball

LISBON – Bayern Munich showed exceptional performances when they humiliated Barcelona in the quarter-finals of the 2019-2020 Champions League last week. But for the coach Olympique Lyon, Rudi Garcia, The Bavarian not a flawless team.

As is well known, Olympique Lyon will meet Bayern Munich in the Champions League semi-finals 2019-2020 on Thursday, August 20, in the morning at the WIB in the Jose Alvalade Stadium in Lisbon, Portugal. The course of the game is predicted to be lame because FC Hollywood appear superior in the last game against Barcelona.

The five-time Champions League winner doesn’t even put aside Blaugranabut also cut a very deep wound. Lionel Messi and his friends were knocked out 8-2 at Da Luz Stadium in Portugal last week.

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It is believed that this extraordinary feat can make any opponent tremble. Also, Bayern Munich looks flawless ahead of Barcelona. Unfortunately, Rudi Garcia disagrees. According to him, the Hansi Flick team still has weaknesses.

“We know who we are going to play against. They seem to have no weaknesses, but no team is perfect. If we implement our strategy and take advantage of possession and can pass well, we can get something,” said Rudi Garcia, quoted by the official website of FC Bayern Munich on Wednesday (August 19, 2020).

“It’s not just about survival. We have to believe in ourselves. We know we can get any opponent into trouble. We’re not seeded, but we also have a chance to qualify for the final, ”continued the man with the French passport.

The morale of Memphis Depay and his friends soared. Why not, they managed to get rid of two opponents who were considered candidates for champions in the previous stages, namely Juventus (last 16) and Manchester City (quarter-finals).

Rudi Garcia hopes that the trust of his team will be brought to the green field. For a club like Les Gones, reaching the semi-finals is quite an achievement. They also managed to get rid of two large teams.

“It’s great to be in the semi-finals. This was a great feat for us to get rid of the big clubs, “the 56-year-old man continued on the club’s official website.

“But we haven’t won anything yet. The two previous wins give us extra confidence and make us realize that we can do great things on the field,” concluded the former AS Roma coach.