The Bayer 04 Leverkusen manager knows that they are in a difficult situation after losing 3-1 at home but “if we play like we did in the second half of the first leg, Barça will have to work very hard”.
Dutt has no plans to rest any players because “this is a chance to test ourselves against the best and we have to play against the best”.
Striker Kiessling said that whatever happens at the Camp Nou they want to go home knowing that they played a good game.
Robin Dutt's striker Stefan Kiessling also spoke to the press, and agreed that "we want to play a good game and see what can happen after 90 minutes." He mentioned the 4,000 German fans that will be there with them at the Camp Nou. "We have to play well for ourselves and for them ... the happiness and excitement about playing at a stadium like FC Barcelona's are enormous". (via FCBarcelona.com)