Arjen Robben feels Bayern Munich are well placed to reach the Champions League semi-finals after a 2-0 victory over Juventus at the Allianz Arena.
Bayern took the lead in the opening minute of the game as David Alaba's deflected shot found its way past Gianluigi Buffon, and the hosts - and Robben in particular - had opportunities to extend their advantage before the break.
Thomas Muller finally extended the German side's advantage on 63 minutes, and Robben - a 16th-minute substitute after Toni Kroos sustained an injury - was more than happy with the scoreline.
"When we spoke about the game before, we said we couldn't concede a goal today," he told Sky Sports. "That was the important thing and in the end 2-0 at home - good advantage.
"I think it was a very good game to watch, because both teams were pressing forward and it was almost one against one all over the pitch.
"I think there was a period in the first half, just after I came on, where they made some mistakes and we had some good chances. It was just a bit unfortunate that we didn't score another goal but in the end, in the second half, we scored another one, and [it was a] good result.''
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