The Germany international doesn't feel any pressure ahead of the second leg in the Spanish capital, while David Alaba believes that the Bavarians fully deserved their win
The Bavarians recorded a 2-1 win at the Allianz Arena on Tuesday, and the defender believes there will be no extra pressure on Jupp Heynckes' men ahead of the second leg at the Santiago Bernabeu next week.
"Real didn't create many chances. We kept them quiet pretty well. We travel to Madrid full of confidence. We have nothing to lose in the return," Badstuber said to Goal.com.
"It was a great game. Everybody was really eager to get a good result, and that was clear right from the start."
Austria international David Alaba added that the tie is not decided yet, but felt that Bayern fully deserved their first-leg win.
"Everything is still possible in the return. Madrid are a force to be reckoned with at home. I think that we were the better team, and deserved the victory."
Attacker Arjen Robben admitted that FCB face a tough task in the second leg in the Spanish capital, but is already dreaming of going all the way.
"The dream is still alive, but we have to be realistic. The return will be very tough.
"Announcing my contract extension while we celebrate winning the Champions League? That doesn't sound bad."
The second leg of the tie between Bayern Munich and Real Madrid takes place on April 25 at the Bernabeu.
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