It was a night of few chances, the best of which fell to Sadio Mané at close range in the first half, and the Liverpool manager admitted that his side were "too passive" in the closing stages.
The result leaves Bayern needing a win on their home soil, while a score draw would be enough to see the Premier League outfit into the quarter-finals, and Ferdinand believes Liverpool should fancy themselves to find a crucial goal away from home.
"But we've got experience in the Champions League and I feel like we can go there and hurt them".
"Going over there is a new challenge but there's probably a bit more pressure on them than us because they are at home and their fans will start demanding things", said the full back. Matip then missed a fantastic chance after good work from Salah and Roberto Firmino.
"We were at home so of course we were disappointed". If Bayern have home advantage and a growing sense of confidence to help them in the second leg, the result alone gives Liverpool the edge. But in the first half we still had the chances and, as it always is, a goal would have changed the game a bit.
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We are trying to avoid some mistakes by video. "I think the problem is the performance and the result against City", he said. Chelsea are at Stamford Bridge tonight to take on Malmo in the first knockout round of the Europa League .
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The second leg is scheduled to be played on March 12. "We had put in a great performance against Borussia Dortmund", added Simeone.
Given both teams proficiency in attack, and their defensive troubles, many expected the tie to be a high scoring one.
However, with a huge match against Manchester United at Old Trafford on Sunday, the Scotland captain said Bundesliga champions Bayern would be put on the back-burner.
Meanwhile, both Klopp and Kovac said their lengthy exchange at the full-time whistle was due to a misunderstanding of pleasantries at the end of a match.
But I would argue that their current team is quite average in comparison to the ones that have made the Allianz Arena such a fortress in the past five years. "That's how it was".
Over in the English studio we have Ruud Gullit & Andy "Andrew" Cole joining Angus Scott!