PSG don't have an inferiority complex with Bayern Munich


Mauricio Pochettino is aware of the massive challenge Paris Saint-Germain face when they take on Bayern Munich in the quarter finals of the Champions League.

Robert Lewandowski will be absent due to injury but the former Tottenham coach feels Bayern are much more than just one player.

"With Tottenham, in the quarter final against Manchester City in 2019, Harry Kane got injured in the first half of the first leg," he said in a press conference.

"We played almost an hour [without him] and the [entire] second leg without him, our most important striker, like Lewandowski is for Bayern, and we qualified.

"Bayern are not just Lewandowski, who is a massive player but the real strength of Bayern is the collective."

The Argentine insists there is no inferiority complex against the Bavarians, who defeated the Parisians in last year's final.

"Bayern are not an easy team, they are the reigning European champions. But there is no need to have an inferiority complex," he said.

"We will go to Munich with respect, but with the objective of qualifying for the semi finals."

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