GERMAN World Cup winner Mats Hummels has warned Celtic that Bayern Munich intend to dominate them into submission tomorrow.

The Hoops face a daunting task at the Allianz Arena in their third Champions League match when they take on a Bayern side rejuvenated by new management, after 72-year-old Jupp Heynckes took charge last week.

He got an immediate response from his players at the weekend when Bayern walloped Freiburg 5-0 and will demand more of the same against the Scottish champions.

With both sides level on points after one win each, it’s a crunch game in Bavaria.

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But 28-year-old central defender Hummels admitted he isn’t interested in what Celtic do because he expects his side to take control of the game, after praising the effect of veteran boss Heynckes.

The former Borussia Dortmund star said: “To be honest I hadn’t been thinking about the Celtic game until now. But we are at home and we are definitely the ones who want to be dominant.

“We’ll sit down and have a team meeting about Celtic and take it from there. I don’t think we are under pressure at this stage - last season we lost at Atletico Madrid in our second game in the Group too.

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“We played really well against Freiburg. Now we want to build on this win.

“Jupp Heynckes is very demanding in training. He wants us to play with great intensity.

“He constantly corrects us when we are doing something wrong. Personally, I liked what he said to me and I am working on a few things he said.”

“But we’ve had a few training sessions, so it will take time to get his new ideas across.”