Rome – After overcoming a 3-0 Chievo, AS Roma has now shifted focus to Bayern Munich in midweek. Acknowledging the power of Bayern, Roma coach Rudi Garcia also not looking forward to this fight.
Roma won a landslide victory over Chievo at the Olimpico on Saturday (18/10/2014) evening hrs. Three straight goals created in the first half, each through Mattia Destro, Adem Ljajic, and Francesco Totti.
But after winning, Rome as loosens his game in the second half. Despite controlling the majority of possession, but not as many opportunities created in the first half. The comparison is three shots on target in the second half of the match, while five in the first half.
Rome then called the store personnel to match Bayern Munich middle weekend. But Garcia refuted.
“We do not rest, we actually control the second half. We left the injured players and scored three goals early, so now we can concentrate on the Champions League,” he told Sky Sport Italia reported by Football Italia.
“Bayern is very strong and I am really looking forward to the next game, because the atmosphere Stadio Olimpico will be fantastic,” he continued.
Bayern an important test for the Romans who so far look good. Under Pep Guardiola, Die Roten 11 games unbeaten in all competitions this season. Of these, only two children failed to score full Bavaria.
“I was the one that knows that Pep Guardiola does not choose an easy challenge at Bayern Munich. He has worked very well there and will continue to do so,” said Garcia.
“I hear people say that it is not the coach who made a nice play Barcelona, but Guardiola has proved that he who makes his teams played well,” said coach 50 this year.