Kai Havertz scored the only goal of the game as Tuchel was hailed for guiding the west London side to unexpected success. Guardiola remains without a European crown in his seven years at the club, but his side have been backed as favourites to finally claim the elusive trophy this year.
Tuchel's Bayern stand in their way of a place in the semi-finals and, after dumping out Lionel Messi's Paris Saint-Germain in the last-16, the former Chelsea boss is confident his side can get a result and opened up on their gameplan.
"We'll give our best tomorrow to get a good result. We're prepared to impose our game, it will be a different match compared to the one against PSG," he added. "They have a different style, higher pace, great squad and especially in attack. You can't compare these encounters.