Bayern Munich forward Leroy Sane detailed how the Bavarian squad are approaching tomorrow’s Champions League clash against Lazio with caution.

Speaking in a press conference (via La Lazio Siamo Noi) earlier today, the 25-year-old German winger first spoke about playing in the Champions League.

Playing in the Champions League is the achievement of an important goal for me, as for every player.

He then spoke about tomorrow’s game against Lazio.

Anything can happen. Just because we scored goals in the first leg doesn’t mean everything is already decided. Everyone is very motivated and has taken the challenge seriously.

The former Manchester City man discussed the upcoming international break.

The plan is complicated. I come from the English league where this pace is normal.

Sane spoke about his physical condition.

Obviously at the start I had to get used to the way I work. It was a bit difficult, I didn’t have the pace of the game. But now I’m feeling better and better.

The 25-year-old German touched on how the competition in the squad for a starting spot pushes him.

We understand each other. We have to do our best, each of us has accepted the challenge, and this pushes us to do better and better.

Sane commented on the differences between Hansi Flick and Pep Guardiola.

They are very different, but they both want to dominate the game and have possession of the ball.

Finally, Sane discussed the idea of Flick taking over as the coach of the German national team.

Let’s not talk about that, we’re all focused on Bayern.


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