Germany international Philipp Lahm hopes Bayern Munich can produce a much better display when they take on Barcelona at the Allianz Arena in the second leg of their Champions League quarter-final clash.
The Bundesliga side slumped to an embarrassing 4-0 defeat in last week's first leg and Lahm is desperate to avoid another thrashing.
Lahm, who missed last week's match through injury, said: "We have to play a good game to show that we are a team capable of playing against the best in Europe.
"We must correct the disaster of the first leg because the four goals were a very painful loss for the whole club.
"Barcelona have a phenomenal team, it will be an honour to face them.
"Barca are not a group of individuals, they are a team. Each one forms part of the team and then contributes themselves. If (Lionel) Messi plays I will be glad to find myself against him."