Champions League: Bayern Munich are 'better team' and will beat Paris Saint-Germain, says Joshua Kimmich
"I believe that we will progress, because we're the better team," Kimmich told the club's website. Bayern need to overturn a 3-2 defeat from last week's first leg in Munich.
Serge Gnabry "has tested positive for the coronavirus. The FC Bayern forward is okay and isolating at home," Bayern said ahead of the quarter-final, first leg tie against PSG.
"Serge has a sore throat and will probably be out as well," Bayern coach Hansi Flick said Tuesday ahead of the quarter-final, first leg at home with the return in Paris next Tuesday.
Bayern host PSG in the last-eight first leg on 7 April, before visiting the Parc des Princes for the return game on 13 April.
Denmark also stayed perfect as they made a double statement, protesting the treatment of migrant workers in Qatar before putting eight goals past Moldova
Bundesliga: Robert Lewandowski nets his 32nd league goal as Bayern Munich beat Werder Bremen; Wolfsburg thrash Schalke
Lewandowski took his season tally to 32 league goals and matched the record of scoring against 16 different teams within a season. He managed the same feat last season. Former Bayern great Gerd Müller and Bremen striker Aílton are the only others to manage it.
Leipzig fought back with second-half goals by Christopher Nkunku and Yussuf Poulsen before Sorloth's winning header in the 93rd minute after Gladbach had led 2-0 at half-time.
Gnabry has scored six goals in 28 games for Bayern in all competitions this season and missed only four games.
Bundesliga: Bayern Munich stay seven points clear at top after win over Hoffenheim; Borussia Dortmund also claim victory
The European champions exacted perfect revenge for their only defeat of 2020 after losing by the same 4-1 scoreline at Hoffenheim last September.
Champions League: Bayern to go ahead with Atletico Madrid fixture despite Serge Gnabry's positive COVID-19 test
Bayern said Tuesday that the 25-year-old Gnabry was “doing well” and was in isolation at home. He had trained with the rest of the team earlier that day.
Champions League: Bayern Munich's Serge Gnabry tests positive for coronavirus ahead of Atletico Madrid match
Serge Gnabry is the second member of the Germany squad to test positive for the virus after Manchester City midfielder Ilkay Gundogan.
Bundesliga: Serge Gnabry hits hat-trick, Leroy Sane scores on debut as Bayern Munich demolish Schalke in season-opener
Just 26 days after winning the Champions League final, Bayern picked up where they left off last season with their 22nd-straight win.
While most will be watching PSG forwards Neymar and Kylian Mbappé, or Bayern counterparts Thomas Müller and Robert Lewandowski, the title could come down to the likes of Ángel Di María and Serge Gnabry.
Champions League Final: Bayern Munich need to be 'stable' in defence against PSG if they have to win title, feels Lothar Matthaeus
Centre-back David Alaba said Bayern's pressing game - forcing opponents into mistakes in their own half - carries a certain risk, but they can adapt against PSG.
Gnabry is this season's third-highest scorer in the Champions League behind Lewandowski (15) and Dortmund teenager Erling Braut Haaland (10).
Champions League: Serge Gnabry's brace propels ruthless Bayern Munich past Lyon, sets up final against PSG
Bayern Munich are the first team to win their first 10 matches of a Champions League campaign and now hope to make it 11 out of 11 when they face PSG in the final.
This Bayern Munich's 19th consecutive victory in all competitions, and a 28th game unbeaten for Hansi Flick's side. They have now scored 39 goals in nine Champions League outings this season.
It was Bayern’s second straight league and cup double, their 13th overall. Now Bayern are targeting the reorganised Champions League in August as their bid to repeat the treble-winning season under Jupp Heynckes in 2013.
Bundesliga: Borussia Dortmund, Hertha Berlin players kneel for George Floyd as Bayern Munich keep cruising with another win
Bundesliga was marked by gestures against racism and support for the Black Lives Matter movement on Saturday as Bayern Munich took another step toward a record-extending eighth straight title.
Bayern Munich fired in three goals in opening 15 minutes en route to a 6-0 demolition of Hoffenheim in a game interrupted for 20 minutes over an offensive banner unfurled by visiting fans