A hotel evacuation caused by a fire alarm is not going to knock Bayern Munich off their stride when they face CSKA Moscow in the Champions League on Tuesday, according to their coach Pep Guardiola.
The team were forced to leave their hotel in the centre of the Russian capital for several hours on Sunday night, but Guardiola has taken the incident lightly.
``It was nothing major,'' Guardiola said. ``We were in the restaurant and some people were having a massage.
``We had to stay out for two hours, but...
Pep Guardiola is expecting a "weird" atmosphere when Bayern Munich take on CSKA Moscow in front of a near-empty Arena Khimki in the Champions League on Tuesday.
The German champions beat Manchester City 1-0 a fortnight ago in their first Champions League game of the season, and have since collected seven out of nine points in the Bundesliga to lead the division.
But Guardiola and his players will play their next match in front of only a handful of officials...