Juan Arango looking forward to Bayern Munich clash

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The Borussia Monchengladbach midfielder is confident ahead of the German Cup semi-final clash against the Bavarian giants.
Borussia Monchengladbach’s has revealed that his side are eagerly awaiting the German Cup semi-final clash against Bayern Munich. The Foals will host the Munich giants on Wednesday, March 21, at the Borussia-Park. Arango
claimed that Gladbach are a different unit when playing against a bigger side and the performance is better.
Lucien Favre’s men will face Bayer Leverkusen prior to the semi-final clash and the manager is confident that the Foals will come out on top against both sides. He insisted that both teams possess attacking instincts and Gladbach
will get their opportunities to score unlike in the games against low-ranked outfits where the opposition plays defensive football.
While talking to reporters ahead of the game, the 31-year-old further added:
"I look forward to the games. These teams [Leverkusen and Bayern] will be set to attack. From the first minute we get to move - and that's good for us. We find it easier against big teams. The relegation candidates are only out
to give us no freedom."
Arango claimed that the players are feeling confident at the moment despite dropping points to in their last game. He stated that The Foals are determined to return to winning ways in their upcoming game and want to
finish this season on a high.
The midfielder also expressed his desire to play in next season’s UEFA Champions League. He believes that Gladbach deserve to achieve the European berth especially after having an outstanding season until now. Arango accepted that
it would be heart breaking if his team fails to achieve their ultimate goal by the end of this campaign.
"We are not in crisis. We've lost just one game in 2012. My goal is still to finish in third place. I'll give everything for this. It would not be a disaster if we were to miss out on the Champions League. But it would hurt very
much," Arango concluded.
Gladbach have already beaten the Munich giants twice this season and will be confident going into the last four clash. They will be in action against Werkself on Saturday, March17, at the BayArena before hosting the Reds on March



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