MUNICH (AP) -- After putting seven goals past Hoffenheim, Bayern Munich is confident it can overcome a one-goal deficit to FC Basel in the Champions League on Tuesday.
The Swiss champion holds a slim advantage going into the second leg of their round of 16 tie thanks to substitute Valentin Stocker's 86th-minute winner at St. Jakob Park.
But Bayern thrashed Hoffenheim 7-1 on Saturday in its 900th Bundesliga win to lift sagging morale after a difficult start to the year that had yielded only three wins from six league games.
Jupp Heynckes says, "This will give us a push for Tuesday. We know we have to make good a one-goal deficit ... we're capable of scoring goals."
But the Bayern coach warns that "Basel won't make it as easy for us as Hoffenheim did."