a step. It really happened. Against all odds, Bayern Munich, who has been a steam player for the past two months, has been eliminated from the German Football League after falling 0-5, in the round of 32, against Borussia Gladbach by Adolf Hutter.
They may have thought that Julian Nagelsmann took turns, and that he sent an eleventh substitute for the meeting at Borussia Park, but that was not the case. With the usual headlines, the Bavarian giant suffered the worst defeats in its history.
Thomas Muller, one of the captains of the Allianz Arena, stood up and shared his impressions after suffering the biggest loss of his career.
Thomas Muller analysis after 5-0 at Bocal Stadium
A complete disappointment.
The world champion said Manuel Neuer’s removal disappointed everyone.
This was the biggest collective failure that Bayern Munich had suffered.
“Throughout the match, we couldn’t find the target of Bayern Munich’s anger drive to start working. We got used to other things about ourselves and were disappointed with our own performance.”
“I just apologize to the fans and congratulate M’gladbach on a great match. Normally we want to be the ones to decide whether the opponent plays well against us or not. I think if we take out Mano (Neuer), we all disappoint. It was a disastrous performance for us. …of all concerned. I have never seen a collective failure of Bayern Munich in such an important match. That is why it is difficult to understand now, if I’m being honest.”
Mueller’s message on social networks
“I am still speechless about tonight’s match. That was definitely not what Bayern Munich would call it. We have to apologize to our fans and supporters. However, let’s take this as professionally as possible and get all the negativity out of our heads until Saturday. Congratulations to Borussia.”
Unbeatable data. It took 626 days (84 games in a row) for Bayern Munich to once again unmarked in an official match. Goodbye line.
Did you know…? It is the first time that Thomas Muller has lost by 5 goals in his entire professional career.
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