It's a perfect result for Bayern: Ribery
Bayern Munich's Franck Ribery, Mario Gomez Arjen Robben and Toni
Kroos celebrate a goal against Marseille. Pic/AFP
"This is a very good situation for us," Ribery told Sky Sport Germany. "The result is perfect, it is better than a goalless draw or a 1-0 victory.
"We played with a lot of discipline and we deserved to win." It was a sixth consecutive success for Jupp Heynckes' side, whose thoughts may already be turning to a likely semi-final showdown with Real Madrid for the right to reach the May 19 final at their own Allianz Arena stadium.
The France international also reiterated that he is happy with life at Bayern and admitted he does not feel comfortable playing in his homeland. "It is always difficult for me to play in France," the 28-year-old said. "But now I play for Bayern, who are a great family. "I have been here for five years. I feel just fine, everything is perfect for me." The return leg at the Allianz Arena will be played on Tuesday, April 3.