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Liverpool forward Xherdan Shaqiri is relishing a Champions League reunion with former club Bayern Munich.
Shaqiri spent two-and-and-a-half years at Bayern before joining Stoke in a £12million deal in July 2015.
The 27-year-old Switzerland international moved on to Liverpool last summer and said he always hoped he would face Bayern in the Champions League.
"I was very happy because I wanted to play against Bayern Munich, against my old teammates and my old team," Shaqiri told Liverpoolfc.com ahead of Tuesday's last-16 first-leg tie at Anfield.
"It was an amazing time (at Bayern). We won a lot of titles, we won the Champions League. We had the best team Bayern Munich had.
"It was an amazing feeling to win so many trophies. I had many great memories there, I will never forget them.
"I'm really looking forward to going there and trying to win the game in Munich with my team."
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Bayern Munich forward Thomas Muller is set to miss both legs of the Champions League last-16 clash against Liverpool through suspension.
Muller has been hit with a two-match ban by UEFA following his red card for an ugly tackle on Nicolas Tagliafico during the recent 3-3 draw with Ajax.
However, Bayern have said they will appeal against the decision.
Muller was shown a straight red card - the first of his career - after catching Tagliafico with a head-high challenge.
Afterwards the 29-year-old said sorry via Twitter, writing: "'I would like to apologise to Nico Tagliafico for yesterday's incident. It was unintentional. Get well soon."
Bayern travel to Anfield for the first leg on February 19, with the return in Munich on March 13.