Freiburg's headcoach Christian Streich (R) talks with German football legend Franz Beckenbauer prior to the German first division Bundesliga football match SC Freiburg vs Schalke 04 in Freiburg, southwestern Germany, on May 18, 2013.
Barca will not give up. They will give their all to turn things around. They will try to provoke Bayern and use dirty tricks if necessary. Barca will probably try to make it a physical battle in order to disrupt Bayern's game. Bayern must try and avoid a lot of personal duels. There will be plenty of minor fouls.More quotes »
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