- Sevilla will seek to overturn a 2-1 deficit in Germany on Wednesday night
- Spanish side must score at least two away goals to reach the semi-finals
- Ever Banega, Joaquin Correa and Gabriel Mercado all took part in training
Vincenzo Montella says Sevilla must be patient as they seek to overturn a 2-1 deficit at Bayern Munich on Wednesday night.
The Spanish side received a boost as Ever Banega, Joaquin Correa and Gabriel Mercado all took part in training on Tuesday.
Sevilla must score at least two away goals at the Allianz Arena if they are to reach the semi-finals of the Champions League.
Sevilla playmaker Ever Banega (right) is available after missing first leg through suspension
Montella said: ‘The match lasts 90 minutes, so it’s important that we are in it for the whole 90 minutes.
‘We need to have balance. We don’t need to score as quickly as possible. It’s important that we stay in the game.
‘We know we can score a goal or two in the second half, but we have to avoid conceding, especially in the second half.’
Midfielder Joaquin Correa (right) jokes with Banega at the Allianz Arena on Tuesday
Sevilla scored twice on their last trip in Europe to knock out Manchester United in the last-16 at Old Trafford.
Their bid to complete an unlikely comeback will be boosted by the return of Banega, who missed the home leg through suspension.
‘Banega is a very important player for us, but we played very well in the first leg without him, which shows we have other options,’ Montella added.
Montella also confirmed injury doubts Correa and Mercado are expected to be available for selection after proving their fitness in training.
Defender Gabriel Mercado (left) shares a joke Roque Mesa during training at Allianz Arena
Vincenzo Montella says Sevilla must be patient as they seek to overturn a 2-1 deficit in Munich