Bayern manager Pep Guardiola was frustrated by a 1-0 defeat to Atletico Madrid in their Champions League semi-final on Wednesday, but still has hope of reaching the final.
Saúl Ñíguez cut through the Bayern defence and curled his shot past Manuel Neuer to give the Spanish side a narrow advantage ahead of the second leg at the Allianz Arena next week Tuesday.
"The result isn't great," Guardiola said. "But we still have 90 minutes, and I hope we'll make it with the support of our fans at the Allianz Arena.
"75 percent of our play was super, the last 20, 25 minutes of the first half and the entire second half. We created enough chances. But at this level, in the Champions League, you need 90 instead of 75 good minutes, we know that.
"We have to learn from it and see to it that it doesn’t happen again on Tuesday. We must analyse what we did well and what not. We have to be very clever."
Bayern captain Philipp Lahm also spoke confidently about their chances in the second leg, but admitted that they suffered a slow start, which Saúl took advantage of with his 11th-minute strike.
"We struggled a bit at the beginning," the German defender said. "We didn't want to make any mistakes in our build-up play because Atlético are very, very dangerous in terms of switches of play.
"In the second half we created lots of chances but failed to score. We hadn't expected to create many chances, but it boosts our confidence to have created so many chances in 45 minutes. We have 90 more minutes at home."