Bayern Munich barely break sweat as they cruise past Sevilla


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Vincenzo Montella has urged Sevilla to play with patience against Bayern Munich as they look to overturn a first-leg deficit and reach the Champions League semi-finals.

"A 2-1 win away from home is always great, but it's not the same as 5-0 against Besiktas (in the last 16)".

Jupp Heynckes's men prevailed 2-1 in the away leg, but will still have work to do at the Allianz Arena on Tuesday.

Kenedy has been given regular first team opportunities by manager Rafa Benitez, and has scored two goals in eight appearances for the Magpies so far, impressing with his forays up the left flank.

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

Sevilla had an awesome run at the UEFA Champions League this season and they eliminated the three time champions, Manchester United, at round of 16.

"We need to be careful", warned Robben."It's the last roll of the dice for Sevilla and they will give it their all".

"We're in a good mood, we're hungry and our big goal is to reach the semi-finals".

At the time, Bayern trailed then-leaders Dortmund by five points in Germany. - Bayern failed to score at home in the Champions League for the first time since April 2014, with Sevilla stopping that 21-game streak.

The Andalusians can contribute to another goal-filled game at the Allianz, although Bayern's clinical edge is likely to see them through irrespective of what the visitors throw at them.

Sevilla's Danish centre-back Simon Kjaer picked up an injury in the La Liga defeat to Celta Vigo on Saturday and will be missing.

"People are already talking about the semifinals, but we still have a game to play", he said.

Robert Lewandowski, who has scored 35 goals in 39 games this season, Franck Ribery, Joshua Kimmich, Corentin Tolisso, Jerome Boateng and Sebastian Rudy, are one yellow card away from missing a potential semi-final.

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