Borussia Dortmund midfielder Axel Witsel says that the 'madness' Dortmund's young players can bring to the game could be enough to get the better of a more experienced Bayern side in Der Klassiker clash this weekend.
Dortmund go into the match in red-hot form, sitting top of both the Bundesliga and their Champions League group - four points ahead of third-placed Bayern in the former - and the
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"They know what it is to win titles almost every year. They're much more experienced than we are right now. Their players are older and still have a lot of quality, like Franck Ribery for instance. His career is closer to its end than its beginning, but he's still playing at a very high level.
"You can't go to Dortmund and say that you want to secure three points. Dortmund have had a very good season so far, no doubt about it," he said.
"We do not go to Dortmund as favourites, but as underdogs – for the first time in a long time."