New Delhi: If it's a memorable farewell for Bhaichung Bhutia, for his India teammates on Tuesday it's going to be a match to remember. They are all keyed up to match their skills against power-packed European giants Bayern Munich at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium. None seems to be bothered about the result, let alone embarrassment of the margin.
The high-flying Dutch club PSV Eidenhoven crushed India 7-0 at the same venue in January 1991.
This time around, the scoreline should not be all that staggering as the Indians have come a long way in recent years and should be expected to hold their own against the four-time Champions League winners.