The Bavarians were beaten 2-4 by BVB in the DFL-Supercup at the start of the season, but the Netherlands international says that they have improved immeasurably since then. “We are really looking forward to this game. I love games like these. We don’t fear anyone, so we’re not afraid of Dortmund either,” Robben said.
“We’ve come on very positively since the DFL-Supercup defeat. We respect them, but they don’t frighten us. We want to win the match. We are brimming with confidence at the moment and want to bag all three points.”
Bayern are still unbeaten in the Bundesliga and currently hold a four-point lead over second-placed Dortmund.
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