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Upset of the round was a no-brainer this time around, for few people in world football outside of Belarus predicted that BATE Borisov would topple German giants Bayern Munich.
They were at home, but still, pretty much nobody expected this result to be the final outcome and those that did didn't expect it to be as favorable for the home side as it turned out to be.
BATE were strong in attack and showed good resilience in defense against a star-studded Bayern lineup, and now with two wins from their opening two matches, the question must be asked as to whether the Belarussian side are really that good?
As crazy as it seems, are BATE Borisov a genuine chance at qualifying from the group stages of the UEFA Champions League, or did they just have a good night against an off-Bayern Munich team?
Week 3 sees them at home to Valencia, and if they can attain a result in that fixture, I'm prepared to call BATE as a potential group-winning team in the Champions League and definitely a team that can qualify for the knockout stages.
Until then, however, I remain cautious. Cautiously interested.