Bayern Munich attacker Arjen Robben doesn't expect Inter to play attacking football when the two sides meet on Wednesday in the first knockout round of the Champions League, but he warned that the Nerazzurri have other qualities.
"Bayern Munich are a team with their own style of play and a particular footballing philosophy. We want to play attacking football and we won't change this now," Robben was quoted as saying by Virgilio Sport.
"It will be a game without secrets. I don't think Inter are a weaker team than they were last year. They're still a great team. They have to make do without several player, but that doesn't mean they're weaker, even though it could affect the game.
"I don't expect Inter to go for entertainment against us. They don't really have the players to play attacking football. They're not like Barcelona. However, they have other qualities that make them a dangerous team.
"They were very patient in last year's Champions League final and were waiting for us to make a mistake. They hit us on the counter-attack and we can't afford to let that happen again. It would be a perfect result for us if we manage to avoid defeat."