The Los Blancos was on another side when all out attack backfired at them but this time he is expecting soothing similar kind of thing.
Today the Bayern Munich side will host the Real Madrid side at the Allianz arena in the mouth-watering Champions league quarter final and the German midfielder expecting the home team will go for all out attack against them.
Toni Kroos joins the Bayern Munich side in the 2013-14 season and he is in with his third season with the Real Madrid side.
With the Real Madrid side the German international won Champions league once and tenth for the club under the present Bayern Munich boss, Carlo Ancelotti when he was in charge of Real Madrid by defeating their city rivals Atletico Madrid in the extra time.
A few years back Kroos was at the Bayern Munich side and in a Champions league semi-final, the Bayern Munich side faces a defeat against the Real Madrid side by a 5-0 aggregate.
Though Kroos believes Bayern Munich side is different under the Italian manager Carlo Ancelotti’s helm but he thinks they will play more like a same.
Kroos voiced: "It's easy to predict what Bayern want to do,"
"I think they're going to attack us from the start and try to press us high up the pitch.
"Not for 90 minutes like they did under Guardiola, they will step back a bit, but here at home they are going to pressure us a lot and have a lot of possession, of course."
Earlier in a news conference, the Bayern Munich boss jokingly said that he wish in this match Real Madrid’s BBC to be stationed on the bench.
Kroos elucidated: "I always say that in the quarter-finals of the Champions League, Bayern and against Real Madrid, I'd prefer that both teams are at full strength,"
"We've got some injured players well right now and hopefully Bayern can play with their strongest team.
"I like challenges. We're Real Madrid and we have to take the game to Bayern."