Bayern Munich caretaker coach, Jupp Heynckes says his men will face Besiktas with caution in the second leg.
Bayern Munich hold a commanding lead in the fixture, beating the visitors 5-0, to ensure smooth passage to the quarterfinals.
Heynckes does not think the fixture has been decided, and wants his side to attack in Turkey.
“It’s very difficult for any team to play in the Champions League with 10 men,” Heynckes said post-match. “I still believe Besiktas are a very good team, with many experienced players that have played across Europe.
“I’m very happy that we won so comfortably against such a team.
“We will still prepare as normal for the return leg. You cannot take any risks in the UEFA Champions League.”
“I think we saw two different halves,” he continued. “In the first half there wasn’t any tempo to our game, our passing was off and it allowed Besiktas to attack us more.
“The opener before the break gave us a psychological advantage and in the second half we saw a different Bayern team. We scored some great goals and played some good football. Of course, I’m satisfied with the performance.”