Jupp Heynckes was critical of his team after losing 1-2 to Real Madrid at the Allianz Arena. "We gifted them two goals with clear errors and we had some chances that we did not take advantage of, it`s not surprising that we lost," said the German after the game.
The coach of Bayern Munich summed up the game in which his team were beaten 2-1 by Real Madrid, saying that they had given two goals to the white team and also had not been able to take advantage of the chances they had.
Questioned about the possibilities that still have his team to reach the final, Heynckes recalled that he still has the second leg and in Madrid his team have "nothing to lose".
Sergio Ramos, Real Madrid defender, said after the 2-1 victory against Bayern Munich, that the white team have "still not done anything" and asked to show “maximum respect to a great Bayern".
"The team defended very well, who said it was going to be easy. People expected a 0-3, but it was always going to be difficult. We have not achieved anything yet, we must give maximum respect to a great Bayern and keep calm," he said.
Zidane will want the Bernabéu to be a fort and improve their game so as not to suffer more scars. Only the final and the European title would save a season that started disastrously. The French coach, by the way, dared to break the famous BBC start, leaving Bale and Benzema in the bench. Though the French forward had minutes in the field of the second half.