- Chelsea vs Bayern Munich's Champions League clash ended up in tears for the Blues
- Two goals from Serge Gnarbry and one from Robert Lewandowski handed the German club massive boost
- Olivier Giroud is confident the Blues can turn the table around when they travel to Allianz Arena next month
Chelsea suffered a disappointing 3-0 defeat to Bayern Munich in the first leg of their Champions League round of 16 clash at Stamford Bridge.
Two goals from former Arsenal star Serge Gnarbry and one from Robert Lewandowski helped the Bavarians cruised to a convincing victory at the end of the meeting.
With the round looking done and dusted for the Bundesliga side after the first leg, the French World Cup-winning star believes his side can go to Germany and get a favourable result in March.
Asi ti stands, Frank Lampard's wards must win by a margin of more than four unreplied goals to stand a chance of qualifying for the quarter-finals of the European competition.
But Giroud, who kept his place in the team after scoring against Tottenham at the weekend believes his side only needs belief and to play with more freedom in Germany to turn the tables.
"It's going to be almost impossible. But we need to go there with belief, to believe that we can score. You never know.
"They scored three here, so we need to go there and score three and not concede. I'm not joking," Giroud quipped according to Express UK.
“We have nothing to lose, we're going to play our game maybe with more freedom," he continued.
Meanwhile, the west London club will have to make the Germany trip without Marcos Alonso and Jorginho who is suspended.
Alonso was handed marching orders in the closing stages of the first leg after clumping down Lewandowski.
Legit.ng earlier reported that three second-half goals from Serge Gnabry and Robert Lewandowski were all Bayern Munich needed to claim their first victory over Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.
The Blues put up an impressive performance in the first stanza of the encounter to keep the German League giants from finding the back of the net.
Germany international Gnabry broke the deadlock for the visitors from close range in the 51st minute and completed his brace three minutes later.
Lewandowski sealed the win for the visitors towards the end of the meeting as they also kept a clean sheet.