Borussia Dortmund coach Jurgen Klopp admits that his side will have to put in a very good performance to see off Bayern Munich in the UEFA Champions League final.
The German rivals will lock horns for Europe's biggest crown on Saturday night, and the Schwarzgelben are underdogs despite impressive performances in the Bundesliga over the last few seasons.
Bayern have been rampant in the Champions League this term though - and come into the final off of an unbelievable 8-0 aggregate win over Barcelona.
"This team's been growing over the last five years, and we think this could only have been done in this club. Maybe that's why things are a bit more emotional for us.
"People have climbed Mount Everest before and had to turn around 10 metres from the top, but at least they've tried. And we've tried too.
"To be prepared for the details, you have to do the big things right. It is two strong teams playing against each other and the whole world will watch this.
"We have to play really well, otherwise we don’t stand a chance. We have to try our utmost; we only have this one chance."