The Frenchman is excited to carry down the Ligue 1 leaders and thinks his side are capable of quitting their celebrities
Bayern Munich do not need to be terrified of Paris Saint-Germain going to the Champions League final, based on guardian Benjamin Pavard.
Hansi Flick’s side booked their place in the decider after a comfortable 3-0 semi-final triumph against Lyon on Wednesday, with targets in Serge Gnabry and Robert Lewandowski wrap up the outcome.
PSG, meanwhile, also promised a 3-0 victory the night before against Bundesliga outfit RB Leipzig and are desperate to assert that their first Champions League title.
Bayern will go into the final as favourites, though, having won 10 successive matches in the contest, and Pavard worried that the German giants need to reunite themselves to find the business completed on Sunday.
“It is fine, it is a dream to perform with this particular competition and more to play with a closing,” Pavard informed RMC Sport.
“It is against Paris so I am grateful it is contrary to a French club. We understood Lyon were likely to block and wait, and that’s exactly what they did, but fortunately they did not score. We perform so we leave space in supporting as a consequence, but we had been warned that when OL broke our lineup they’d be harmful.
He added:”We shall keep the favorable mindset, we won and we’ll prepare as best we could for the closing. There’ll be two good teams at the final but we’re calm, nobody disturbs us. We had a terrific season and we must make it happen for this particular name. We’re Bayern Munich.”
About the danger of Kylian Mbappe and Neymar, Pavard was likewise convinced in his reply:”They are a really complete group but we do not need to be terrified of them.
“We’re a terrific group and we demonstrated it [tonight]. We’re serene. We had a huge season and we must make it happen.”
Pavard, that won the World Cup with France at 2018, has recovered nicely from a recent shoulder injury which saw him miss Bayern’s previous two matches and revealed that the exceptional way he managed to channel the Champions League throughout his recovery.
“I feel great, that the ankle is nice. I am back 3 months early – my aim was to be with the group,” he explained.
“I set on Champions League music throughout my rehab.”