Hansi Flick expects Bayern Munich to be especially motivated for their return to Champions League action and insists he makes no excuses for the teams recent dip in form.Die Roten followed a comeback 3-3 draw against strugglers Arminia Bielefeld with a disappointing 2-1 defeat to Eintracht Frankfurt over the weekend.Those results have seen Bayerns lead in the Bundesliga trimmed to just two points, with RB Leipzig now within striking distance in second place.Tonight, Bayern continue the defence of their European crown with the first leg of their last-16 tie against Lazio in Rome, a match head coach Flick expects to focus some minds.Im not someone who looks for excuses. The first half was not good against Bielefeld and Frankfurt. We had a lot of games, but other teams did too, Flick told a pre-match news conference.We need to be in top form in the Champions League. These are special matches for us and Im expecting the team to be especially motivated.We have an idea of how we want to play. We want to start showing that from the start of games. I have complete confidence that the team will do that on Tuesday.Also tonight, Chelsea will play Atletico Madrid behind closed doors at Wanda Metropolitano. Click here to read full news..