So much has been written about last week's overwhelming victories by German clubs over their Spanish counterparts in the Champions League semi-finals that neutral observers could be forgiven for thinking Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich only had to turn up for the second leg to qualify.
Dortmund striker Robert Lewandowski celebrates after scoring a penalty to mark the 4-1 during the UEFA Champions League semi final against Real Madrid on April 24, 2013 in Dortmund. German clubs have scored overwhelming victories over Spanish ones in the Champions League semi-finals, but there is no cause for celebration yet.
But foregone conclusions are not something the Germans consider - and both Dortmund and Bayern will be only too aware of the pitfalls of complacency.
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