Bayern Munich boss Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has declared war on Real Madrid in front of next Wednesday’s home Champions League Semi-final, first leg.
The First leg will be host in Bayern Munich home at Munich’s Allianz Arena with the return of second leg will be host in Real Madrid’s home at Madrid’s Bernabeu on May 1.
The German goliaths warmed up by frolicking to a 6-2 win at Bayer Leverkusen on Tuesday in the German Cup semi-final
“It was an exhibition of the footballing nature of our team,” Rummenigge said
“The team obviously has a colossal quality for accomplishing all that it needs to.”
Bayern could rehash their 2013 treble.
They are in the German Cup final on May 19 and have just secured a 6th straight Bundesliga title.
The Bavarian monsters ran wild in Leverkusen as Germany forward Thomas Mueller scored twice and helped set up the opening objective in a man-of-the-coordinate execution.
Star striker Robert Lewandowski was attributed with two more goals to add to his 38 out of 42 matches this season for Bayern.
Having driven 2-1 at the break, Bayern turned on the style in the second-half.
Arjen Robben, Thiago Alcantara and Mueller, twice, hit four goals in an overwhelming 26-minute spell.
Leverkusen are third in the Bundesliga, however trail Bayern by a monstrous 24 focuses and the inlet in class appeared.
“It was a football exhibit for a long stretch,” transmitted Bayern manager Jupp Heynckes.
“We put in a best execution against a decent rival.
“We were unfathomably propelled and centered.
“We’re in a better than average mind-set.”
Heynckes piled laud on Bayern goalkeeper Sven Ulreich, who made extraordinary recoveries to twice deny Leverkusen winger Karim Bellarabi.
“We were the overwhelming group, yet there were dependably circumstances where Sven Ulreich spared us. He was remarkable,” said Heynckes.
“That was promoting for German football,” said Germany.
“We were 2-0 ahead, at that point it was 2-1 and Ulle (Ulreich) kept us in the amusement with two recoveries.
“The group completed an extraordinary activity, obviously we need increasingly – we feel it’s conceivable.”
Real Madrid defeated Bayern out of the Champions League last season at the quarter-final stage.
The Spaniards won 2-1 in Munich as Cristiano Ronaldo scored two goals before Bayern lost 4-2 in the second leg to Madrid.
By and by, Bayern are in the state of mind to deny Ronaldo and his Real team a third straight Champions League title this season.
“On the off chance that we play as we did (against Leverkusen), it’ll be hard for Real as well,” said Ulreich Sven Bayern goalkeeper