Bayern shift focus to Atletico tie after title hiccup

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."

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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."

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