• Hahn equaliser ensures Bayern must wait to get hands on title.
  • Guardiola says improvement needed against Atletico in the Champions League.
  • Boateng happy to be back following injury.

With the champagne on ice following Saturday's 1-1 draw with Borussia Mönchengladbach, Bundesliga champions-elect FC Bayern München have turned their attentions to Tuesday's must-win UEFA Champions League semi-final second leg at home to Club Atletico de Madrid.

FC Bayern München 1-1 Borussia Mönchengladbach

Goals: 1-0 Müller (6'), 1-1 Hahn (72')

Thomas Müller (Bayern forward): "We took a 1-0 lead. Another would have made it really tough for them. Unfortunately, we didn't do enough to score a second in the last 15 minutes. We put a lot into it. It was an intense performance from both teams. On Tuesday, we really need to come up with something special as a team."

Pep Guardiola (Bayern head coach): "Obviously we wanted to win. We started very well and controlled the game. The game on Tuesday is a different game. Of course we'll have to play better. Franck Ribery is injured. It's unclear if he will play on Tuesday."

Bayern defender Jerome Boateng made his first appearance since 22 January following injury. © gettyimages / Matthias Hangst/Bongarts

Jerome Boateng (Bayern defender): "It's disappointing. We made a good start against a good side. Obviously we wanted to win today and celebrate winning the title in front of our own fans. Unfortunately, we couldn't make it happen. Now we have to turn our thoughts to Tuesday and give it everything we've got, and then wrap up the Bundesliga next Saturday. For me, it was really important to get some game time. Playing is completely different to training."

Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (Bayern CEO): "The spirit was there. We must not forget that we had an extremely difficult game only three days ago. We now need to put all of our focus onto Tuesday. I hope we can pull it off. We will have 70,000 fans behind us and we will put up a great fight, I promise."

Andre Hahn (Gladbach midfielder): "We know all about Bayern's quality: they had four World Cup winners on the pitch today. We took risks, and were rewarded. It's obviously nice to score against Manuel Neuer. We spoiled the title party today, but that's not important to me. We needed this point. I want to score as many goals as possible so that the team picks up as many points as possible in the last two games."

Andre Hahn netted Gladbach's equaliser at the Allianz Arena. © gettyimages / Lennart Preiss/Bongarts

Granit Xhaka (Gladbach midfielder): "We played some good football after going behind. We took risks, but it paid off. Bayern hardly had any chances after scoring, and if we'd have been more clinical in front of goal, maybe we'd have taken more from the game. We've got two games left and we want to take maximum points."

Yann Sommer (Gladbach goalkeeper): "We did well today. Conceding from a set-piece is annoying, but we did well after that. Our build-up was good, we defended well and didn't give them much space. We wanted to make life hard for them. We didn't always do that, but the draw is deserved. It would have been a shame to leave here empty-handed."

Andre Schubert (Gladbach head coach): "It was an even game. We saw a lot of the ball and had a few chances to score. Overall, we did a good job. I'm pleased with the way we played. We were under the cosh at times, but we also put Bayern under pressure. It was a deserved point."