Bayern Munich cut Bundesliga celebrations short to focus on Sevilla

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The second leg is in Munich, with Bayern hosting Sevilla at the Allianz Arena on Wednesday. The first one was great fun to watch and this should be no different.

In the first leg, Sevilla outplayed Bayern in the first half before allowing the German side to comeback in the second half.

Navas made a goal-saving challenge at right-back when Thomas Muller slid a low ball towards Ribery at the back post, but a last-ditch tackle by Rafinha on Sarabia in the final minute of the half underlined Bayern's continued unease.

"We need to be careful", warned Robben."It's the last roll of the dice for Sevilla and they will give it their all". Sevilla, on the other hand, has had a rocky road and endured a 4-0 hammering against Celta Vigo in the La Liga on Saturday.

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However, Neuer has resumed first-team training and is hopeful of returning in the next round should Bayern advance.

After a goalless draw in Seville in the last 16, the Spanish side dumped Jose Mourinho's United out with a 2-1 win at Old Trafford last month, with French striker Wissam Ben Yedder netting both goals.

However, for the moment he insists his "personal aim is on reaching the semi-finals". - Bayern failed to score at home in the Champions League for the first time since April 2014, with Sevilla stopping that 21-game streak.

- At home Bayern have won 20 of their last 21 Champions League games, losing only at this stage against Real Madrid last season (1-2).

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With Arjen Robben and Franck Ribery both out of contract at the end of the season, Bayern are keen to find long-term replacements for their talismanic wingers, but know they likely to face stiff competition should they put in a bid for the player.

"Robert Lewandowski gets the goals, but there is not one person off that level".

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