Dutch forward Arjen Robben believes Bayern Munich have a very good chance of beating Chelsea in the final of the Champions League and make amends for their loss in the European competition in 2010.
Although the former Chelsea player feels his side have done very well to reach the final of this prestigious competition, he knows their work is still incomplete with the Blues standing in their way to glory.
"This is a unique chance. You never know whether you will ever make it to the final of the Champions League again. We have to make it happen now," Robben was quoted as saying by Goal.com.
"You have to win the Champions League once in your life. Two years ago we lost the final and now we have been given another shot at it," Reuters reported Robben as saying. The Dutchman believes the German outfit's 0-2 loss to Inter Milan in the 2010 final will make them work even harder
"I think that the lost 2010 Champions League final will only have a positive impact," he added.
However, the 28 year old admitted Bayern's 2-5 loss against Borussia Dortmund in the DFB-Pokal cup final on Saturday had dented their confidence ahead of their clash with the Blues.
"That definitely was a bit of a blow to our morale. That was a very nice trophy that we wanted to win as well," Robben confessed.
Nevertheless, Robben believes his team is focused on the Champions League final and nothing else.
"Now there is only one prize. Everything else is forgotten. We have showed this season in Europe that we are one of the best teams and hopefully we can say on Saturday that we are the best team. That would be sensational," he added.
Meanwhile, French winger Frank Ribery, instead of contemplating his team's result, says Chelsea will be completely destroyed if they lose the Champions League final to Bayern Munich. According to him, Chelsea will be under tremendous pressure to win this game especially because they will fail to qualify for next season's Champions League if they lose. Also, Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich, who has made it clear that he wants the European trophy, will be putting pressure on interim manager Roberto Di Matteo and his men.
"Abramovich has wanted to win the Champions League for so long," he said, "If they lose it on Saturday then it will be brutally tough. It would ruin them in the head and really lower morale," ESPN quoted Ribery as saying.