‘It hurts just a tiny bit’ – Muller missing lovers after Bayern win twice


The German attacker was quick to acknowledge his team’s success would have been much sweeter with a crowd to celebrate

Thomas Muller surrendered Bayern Munich’s triumph at the DFB Pokal closing”hurt just a little bit” since the German giants asserted their next significant trophy of the year. 

Hansi Flick’s side maintained a 4-2 victory over Bayer Leverkusen in the cup decider on Saturday using a second-half dual from Robert Lewandowksi wrap up the outcome.

Early goals from David Alaba and Serge Gnabry put Bayern in their way, together with all the reigning Bundesliga champions claiming a 17th straight win in all competitions. 

Muller, who played with before the 88th moment, was in a reflective mood post-match and declared the club’s achievement could have been sweeter when fans were in attendance. 

“it is a small sad moment. When the lovers are missing in a cup last like this, it is different,” Muller advised ARD. “We did well for the majority of the way, but it hurts just a little bit also ”

While German soccer was among the first to restart amidst the coronavirus pandemic, games have continued to be performed with audiences.  

Although Muller’s pleasure was twinged with a despair, Bayern trainer Flick was thrilled by what he saw out of his side because they now turn his focus to the Champions League. 

“We depart the scene proud that we’ve achieved this. What the group has achieved in the past couple of months is magnificent,” Flick informed Sky post-game.

“The mindset is simply excellent. I’m very, very pleased. How the team performs is exceptional. Now there’s only happiness.”

Experienced goalkeeper Manuel Neuer considers Bayern’s continuing achievement in the face of interruptions resulting from the pandemic is a indication of the club powerful mindset using a treble currently in their landscapes. 

“We’ve experienced in the past couple of months how excited and motivated FC Bayern is,” Neuer informed Sky.

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“What we’ve achieved is something really unique. The mindset was sensational. We’ve got a small break now, then we will prepare ourselves in the very top and naturally attempt to make the treble.”

Bayern’s hopes of procuring a treble will be tested in early August if they face Chelsea in the second leg of the Champions League final -16 tie. 

Flick’s men maintained a 3-0 win at the first leg to set them in the box seat to advance to the quarter-finals, together with Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp recently announcing Bayern among the favorites for the contest. 


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