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After securing a four-goal lead, Andres Iniesta insisted that Barcelona must still approach the second leg in the same way that they did the first against Bayern Munich...

Andres Iniesta recognised that Barcelona will be able to go to the Allianz Arena next week in Munich with a comfortable lead, but thinks that they will still have to perform against Bayern.

Despite netting four goals in the first leg of their Champions League tie against the German outfit, the Blaugrana are all singing from the same hymn sheet as they state that the job is not yet done.

With another game to play, Iniesta insisted that Barcelona will have to maintain their form and try and produce another good performance to add to the first leg.

"We are going there with a good result under our belts, but like always we will have to play the game and take it on its own merits," he told the club's official website.

"I know we will also want to maintain… the same attitude that we showed in the first match.

"We will go there looking to play well."

Barcelona overwhelmed Bayern during a phenomenal first half display that saw them take a four-goal lead and they could have added more after the break.

"We [were] very effective and it was one of our best performances at home this season," Iniesta concluded.

Lucas Brown, Goal.com

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