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Rudi Garcia: I want to finish the game with a positive result


Roma coach Rudi Garcia says his players will do their best to take all three points from tomorrow's game.

After an impressive display in the Serie A against Chievo, the Giallorossi host Group E leaders Bayern Munich with the Frenchman aware of the strength of the reigning German champions.

"We're still underdogs [despite two very good results in the competition]," Garcia told reporters on Monday afternoon.

"Tomorrow's is an important game but I already said the packed stadium will help, we just have to take advantage of any created chances.

"[Pep] Guardiola is amongst the best in the world.

"With nice football he won a lot at Barcelona, he then opted for a very difficult challenge in one of the best clubs in the world which won everything there was to win.

"We analysed [Bayern Munich] games, both in the league and the Champions League. One minor detail can make the difference.

"They don't concede a lot of goals? We respect all opposition but we fear no team. We will face a very good side with very good players but we're hungry to do something important out there.

"We'll give our best and then we'll see. We are happy to be underdogs but I want to finish the game with a very positive result."

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