FC Bayern Munich was down 2-0 to Paris Saint-Germain in their UEFA Champions League Quarterfinal first leg match. However, the Bavarian club would fight back to tie the game.
Thomas Müller would score Bayern Munich’s second goal to tie the game. Despite creating chances and firing shots at Keylor Navas and they had plenty of opportunities to score the squad’s third goal. The German giants fell 3-2 to Les Parisiens. After the match, Müller spoke to Sky Germany to discuss the loss, where Canal Supporters relaid his words.
“We can always discuss the goals we conceded, but our game is to score. If we win 5-3 or 6-3, it’s not the same story and now we will have to run behind this deficit, it is clear,” Müller said.
“We didn’t concede a lot of chances, I think Manu (Neuer) only had one or two saves to make. But if we had had that killer instinct, we would have seen another game. Yes, on the goals of Paris, we are not very good, but our game is to score more than the opponent and we have missed too many big opportunities.”
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