Bayern Munich have respect for Chelsea and will not take the upcoming match against them lightly, assures Robert Lewandowski.
Bayern Munich and Chelsea are set to clash for the second time this season as they prepare for the second leg of the Champions League Round of 16.
Bayern have already won the Bundesliga title and DFB Pokal trophy. And with a treble in mind, they will look to protect their 3-0 lead at all costs on August 8.
Robert Lewandowski, was on the scoresheet in the first leg, was ruled out of the second leg, which was initially scheduled to be played in March, due to a leg injury.
And now Lewandowski, who has hit 51 goals in 43 outings across all competition so far, will look to continue his sensational form in the remainder of the 2019/20 season.
“Chelsea have been playing great, very good,” the Poland international told ESPN.
“I don’t worry. We know that we are Bayern Munich and we have big respect for Chelsea.
“We know we are in good form and we know what happened in the first leg. We need to have a good first 20 minutes, but we are fresh after the break [since the Bundesliga ended].”