Hansi Flick has admitted that he is confident of his Bayern Munich team beating Chelsea in UCL round of 16.
“My team knows what to expect and we want to be brave, confident and attack,” Bayern’s head coach told the media. “I’m really full of confidence we can put in a good performance.
“We’ve analysed their strengths and weaknesses, the chances we see where we can decide the game for us.
“I think they play very well, and they have built a new team. They’re very good, fourth in the Premier League and several teams are behind them that you thought would have been ahead of them.
“We’re going to show respect, but we will not be full of fear.”
On opposite number Lampard, Flick added: “He’s doing a really good job. He’s been successful in the Premier League by getting to fourth. They look like they will qualify for the Champions League. A great job.
Speaking of Coutinho, who is being linked with a move to Chelsea, Flick said: “I’m always positive when I look at how he plays in training. He’s football mad.
“Sometimes he is putting himself under too much pressure. He always tries to give his own mark on the game, so every decision he makes is generally right, but we will always support him.
“I think a lot of him as a player and a human being.”