Arjen Robben has insisted that Bayern Munich cannot afford to get complacent following Tuesday's 2-0 win over Juventus in the first-leg of their Champions League quarter-final.
The Bavarians appear to have one foot in the semi-final following their victory over the Serie A champions at the Allianz Arena, but the winger has warned that Bayern's narrow escape in the round of 16 tie versus Arsenal shows that anything can still happen.
"I think we were very confident and overall we played very well. Scoring a goal within 30 seconds was a great way to start. I think we controlled the game; we dominated and we deserved the win," the Dutchman told the official Uefa website.
"We'll have to wait and see if 2-0 will be enough. We've already been warned once. When we played against Arsenal [in the round of 16] and won 3-1 away everyone was thinking the tie was over.
"Of course then everyone was disappointed and angry with our result at home, but it was a good lesson for us."
Bayern resume domestic action away to Eintracht Frankfurt on Saturday, where a win will seal the Bundesliga title.