"I want to win everything," said Effenberg, who scored a goal in his side 3-3 draw at Dynamo Kiev in their European Cup semi-final first leg on Wednesday. "We don't want to lose a single match. We don't know when we will have such a great team again. Look at Real [Madrid]. They won the European Cup last year and they're nowhere now."
Recapturing the German title they lost to Kaiserslautern last May should be merely a formality for Bayern. They are 15 points clear ahead of tomorrow's home match against troubled Schalke 04. They are also the hot favourites to retain the German Cup against Werder Bremen in the final on 12 July in Berlin.
Bayern had won their last eight league matches without conceding a goal when they had to fight back from two goals down to snatch a 2-2 draw at their arch rivals, Borussia Dortmund, last weekend.Reuse content