Chelsea’s English manager referred to the difficult tie the Blues will face against Bayern Munich at the Allianz Arena.
With another face or not, Chelsea will have a complicated stop at the Allianz Arena against Bayern Munich, in which he will try to overcome a 3-0 he suffered in the first leg of the round of 16 of the Champions League. However, Frank Lampard he knows what to expect from his players.
Before the tough game against the Bavarians, the English coach told the media: “All I want to see is an attitude of the footballers, who will try to do something special. I know it will be difficult.”
And he added: “I am going to chat with the players and I am going to make them aware of the opportunity they have here to show that they want to change this game. They believe they can.”
Along the same lines, the former midfielder continued: “It was a very long and successful season in many ways, now we have the opportunity in a unique match to do something special.”
Lampard was part of the Chelsea squad that took the Champions League away from Bayern Munich in the Allianz Arena final in 2012. At this, coach Blue closed with a laugh: “I will not use that for this game. I think if I tried to use short stories from my career, players would get very bored with me. “
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