Bayern Munich Chief Executive Karl-Heinz Rummenigge insists his outfit will need a goal at Juventus on Wednesday night.
Although the German giants will take a 2-0 advantage to the Juventus Stadium, the former international striker insists the quarter-final Champions League tie is still alive.
“The [first] game against Juventus was a dream result,” Rummenigge told The Times of India in an interview.
“But we have to be careful because we know that Italians can come back really strong. We need to score one goal in the second leg to make things a little safe.”
Bayern have already wrapped up the German championship and the club official wants to lift more silverware this term.
“We have never achieved a treble,” he added. “We aren't too optimistic but we aren't pessimistic either.
“The Champions League is very high quality football and we have been hard done in a couple of Finals in the past years. So, let's say we are not confident but we do dream.”